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  • Publisher: Search Press
  • Edition: BC Paperback
  • Publication: 15 January 2016
  • ISBN 13/EAN: 9781782213819
  • Stock: Temporarily Out of Stock
  • Size: 180x230 mm
  • Illustrations: 250
  • Pages: 112
  • RRP: £10.99
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Crochet Flowers Step-by-Step

£10.99

35 delightful blooms for beginners by Tanya Shliazhko

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Book Description

Make a cute crocheted flower as a gift, a pretty spray for yourself as a corsage or choose from a range of other herbaceous designs. There are 35 flower patterns to choose from all with clear, easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions, charts and illustrations.

Make the world a happy place! Give a cute crocheted flower as a gift, make a pretty spray for yourself as a corsage. Go flower crazy and create an entire herbaceous border! Once the seed is sown, you won’t want to stop making these adorable little embellishments.

Watch your skills grow from beginner hookers upwards. Each flower sample comes with a clear, easy-to-follow step-by-step sequence linked to a chart. Use your crocheted creations to decorate fashion accessories, garments, and homewares.

There are 35 flower patterns to choose from. Enjoy picking.

- 35 flower patterns to choose from
- Step by step instructions, charts and 250 illustrations
- For beginner hookers upwards

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Inside Crochet

This pattern collection contains 35 flower designs from simple forget-me-nots to carnations, cherry blossons, crocuses and more. Designer Tanya uses a range of techniques to acheive each flower's unique shaping: layers of picots and two-tone flat leaves for dandelions, crowded open loops for river daisies and curved overlapping petals for the tulip. Designs are clearly written out with charts and there's a simple guide to crochet at the start for any beginners.


Rachel Hyde - Myshelf.com

There are thirty-five different flowers in this book to crochet; all ideal for adorning garments, furnishings, cards and anything else you can think of. The best part is that this is also a wonderful way of learning to crochet as the subtitle contains the magic words step by step and beginners. A lot of beginner books contain projects which are a bit large and daunting, also that have one very specific use. These wee flowers make up fast and use the basic stitches to great effect, as well as using up oddments of yarn and being a very enjoyable way of doing a lot with a little. They even have the added benefit of not looking very easy to make!

I have seen a large number of books on how to crochet over the years, but this one without a doubt has the best staged photographs I have yet to see. They manage to be quite small and numerous, while combining the winning features of colored yarn and a strongly contrasting hook. No interim stages have been omitted and they truly are foolproof. You can learn all the basics here, including reading charts and getting to grips with all those abbreviations. Patterns include a photograph of the finished item plus staged photographs showing how to do all the stages. These are also all easy to see and follow, not arranged strictly in order of difficulty but roughly. There is also a handy double page spread showing thumbnails of all the flowers. Choose from plenty of garden favorites such as lilies, roses, crocus, gerberas, chrysanthemums, tulips, daisies, etc., as well as various leaves. At the back is a short section of projects where you can make a lacy summer stole, placemat, decorated pillow cover, tote bag and jewelry. There is a resources page with links to various sites not only in the authors native Canada, but in several other countries, a nice touch. The only alloy in all this is the authors choice of a rather non-standard crochet hook size of 3.25mm, but at least this is used in all the projects so you can get by with just this one hook and plenty of 4-ply yarn. This is one for the keeper shelf and possibly the best beginner book on crochet I have seen - do not miss.


Machine Knitting Monthly

April 2016

Suitable for beginners upwards, this book includes 35 flower patterns each with a clear easy-to-follow, step-by-step sequence linked to a chart, along with illustrations. Use your crocheted flowers to deocrate fashion accessories, garments and homewares.


Crochet Addict UK

There are 35 flowers for you to choose from and create. Each of the flowers has step-by-step instructions
and pictures to support them.  There are both written patterns as well as charts. The flowers are varied, bright and beautiful. Whether a beginner crocheter or an experienced crocheter you will really enjoy making the different flowers. Not only do you get 35 flowers to make you also get 5 different projects to use the flowers in and on. If you want to add any embellishment to anything then the flowers
are perfect.


Love Crochet

Make the world a blooming marvellous place and say it with flowers! Give a cute crocheted flower as a gift or make a pretty sprat for yourself as a corsage. Once the seed is sown, you won't want to stpo making these adorable embellishments. Enjoy picking the 50 flower patterns and watch your skills grow. Each flower sample comes with clear, easy-to-follow step-by-step sequence linked to a chart. Use your creations to decorate fashion accessories, garments and homeware. Tanya Schliazhko was inspired to start creating things by her grandmother, who decorated her home with bright floral handmade accessories. 

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