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  • Publisher: Search Press
  • Edition: BC Paperback
  • Publication: 21 December 2018
  • ISBN 13/EAN: 9781782216636
  • Stock: 50+
  • Size: 190x246 mm
  • Illustrations: 780
  • Pages: 192
  • RRP: £14.99
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200 More Crochet Stitches

£14.99

A practical guide with swatches, charts and step-by-step instructions by Tracey Todhunter

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Book Description

A brand-new collection of 200 crochet stitches for crocheters of all abilities.

Following the success of 200 Crochet Stitches comes 200 More Crochet Stitches by bestselling designer Tracey Todhunter. 

This brand-new collection includes both classic and new stitches, reflecting the modern crocheter’s thirst for new ideas and innovative techniques. As well as popular traditional stitch styles such as ridges, cables and ripples, there are complex Tunisian stitches, trellis and picot, plus textured patterns like bobbles and puffs for those who like to add some 3D fun to their designs! 

This is the only stitch guide to combine clear, photographic step-by-step instructions, charts and examples of the stitches.The book also includes feature spreads that explore ideas for yarns and colours, along with the multiple ways you can use your newly learnt stitches in garments, accessories and homewares. 

This is a book packed full of instruction, ideas and inspiration that crocheters everywhere can dip into time and time again. 

Table of Contents

Prelims
Introduction
PART ONE: THE BASICS
PART TWO: STITCH COLLECTION
· Section One: Basic Stitch Variations and Combined Stitches
· Section Two: Fans and Shells
· Section Three: Bobbles, Puffs, Popcorns, and Clusters
· Section Four: Spike Stitches
· Section Five: Crossed and Raised Stitches and Cables
· Section Six: Mesh and Filet
· Section Seven: Lace and Openwork
· Section Eight: Waves and Chevrons
· Section Nine: Textured Stitches
· Section Ten: Colorwork
· Section Eleven: Borders and Edgings
· Section Twelve: Tunisian Crochet
Index
Resources
Credits

Prelims
Introduction
PART ONE: THE BASICS
PART TWO: STITCH COLLECTION
· Section One: Basic Stitch Variations and Combined Stitches
· Section Two: Fans and Shells
· Section Three: Bobbles, Puffs, Popcorns, and Clusters
· Section Four: Spike Stitches
· Section Five: Crossed and Raised Stitches and Cables
· Section Six: Mesh and Filet
· Section Seven: Lace and Openwork
· Section Eight: Waves and Chevrons
· Section Nine: Textured Stitches
· Section Ten: Colorwork
· Section Eleven: Borders and Edgings
· Section Twelve: Tunisian Crochet
Index, Resources and Credits

About the Author

About Tracey Todhunter

Tracey Todhunter is a well-known and popular crochet designer. She has been teaching for over 20 years and understands how to build the confidence of beginners and challenge her pupils to extend their skills with straightforward projects and clear instructions. Visit her website www.grannycoolcrochet.com.

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Place your trust in this comprehensive guide to crochet stitches. Featuring swatches, charts and step-by-step instructions, this informative title will help you become an expert in your field. Know the difference between a raised chevron and a ridged chevron or a popcorn row and a popcorn fan? Well, now is the time to find out!

Highlights: The run down of abbreviations. 


www.karenplatt.co.uk

A fabulous stitchopedia of 200 more crochet stitches. A companion to the 200 Crochet Stitches already published by Search Press. A book you will thumb through often to choose the right stitch for all your crochet projects. Great clear photos and easy to follow charts and step-by-step instructions. This practical guide will be your best crochet buddy. The Directory is divided into 24 basic stitches, 16 fans and shells, 20 clusters, puffs and popcorns, 14 spikes, 19 raised, 17 mesh, 18 lace, 13 chevron, 19 textured, 10 Tunisian, 15 coloured and 11 edgings. A fabulous range of stitches for every crocheter. In addition there are the basic techniques and stitches, variations and abbreviations. A full colour book that is a must for crochet addicts.


Inside Crochet, Issue 112

If you fancy creating your own stunning crochet designs, or simply livening up a pattern with a bit of extra texture or lace, then this is the book for you! Beginning with basic stitches and moving on to shells, puffs, spike stitches, filet, chevrons, colourwork and much more, there's everything you could possible need to get going. Each stitch is clearly explained, both written out and charted, with full colour swatches and step-by-step photographs, so even the most complex patterns are easy to understand.


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'200 More Crochet Stitches really is packed full of crochet stitches. With great photography and explanations, perfect for designing your own projects. I will certainly keep it to hand when designing new blanket patterns.'

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Postcard Reviews

This is a book filled with over 200 crochet stitches. It is complete with steps to each stitch and is accompanied with a visual image.

Simply explained, the stitches included are lace, textured and even 3D stitches.

My favourite has to be the Tunisian stitches, which I haven't yet tried, but each of the included stitches are brilliantly showcased.

They can be used for making blankets, edging and the Crochet Skills section at the back of the book ensures that everyone will know the basic of crochet before they start.

The abbreviations are in US and UK styles, and the explanations are simple to understand.

What I noticed about this book was the colours. Each stitch is beautiful, and 200 More Crochet Stitches is a book that inspires.

This is a must have addition to your craft room.

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