Crochet Inspiration

Crochet Inspiration

Book - 2007
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Celebrated designer and renowned colorist Sasha Kagan has created a distinctive crochet reference that showcases her unique sensibility. Containing more than 200 swatch designs in her signature style, this is a must-have manual for beginning and experienced stitchers alike. Special chapters on fabric, motifs, grannies, and flowers highlight a myriad of patterns, including beautiful lace, shell, and cluster stitch variations, and gorgeous circular and hexagonal designs. Each chapter also includes stunning garments, such as a classic Chanel cropped jacket in woven mesh, a lacy shawl with leaf embellishments, and a 1920’s cloche cap covered in crocheted blossoms. Every one has a special individuality that transcends “here today, gone tomorrow” trends, so crocheters will enjoy these for a long time.A Main Selection of the Crafter's Choice Book Club.


Baker & Taylor
A celebrated designer introduces an innovative crochet reference that showcases more than two hundred swatch designs for both beginning and experienced stitchers, with special chapters on motifs, fabric, and stitch variations, as well as instructions for projects that range from a classic Chanel-style cropped jacket to a lacy shawl and a 1920s cloche cap. Crafter's Choice Main.

Publisher: New York : Sixth & Spring, 2007
ISBN: 9781933027128
1933027126
9781936096091
Branch Call Number: 746.434 KAG
Characteristics: 256 p. : col. ill. ; 30 cm

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Apr 19, 2013

I like the selection of stitches in the front. Love the tunic pattern, but not much else.

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