25 Crochet Baby Blanket Patterns
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|Author||: Daisy Crafts|
Welcome to Daisy Farm Crafts and our first collection of crochet baby blanket patterns! I'm Tiffany and my four daughters and I love making baby blankets for our friends and family - a tradition that has been passed down through my family for generations. The collection we have put together in this book are 25 of our most popular baby blanket patterns from the Daisy Farm Crafts website. Our patterns have been shared on Pinterest millions of times and many hands have now made Daisy Farm Crafts baby blankets to celebrate and welcome their new ones into the world. I'm happy the patterns will now be in book form and we hope you have as much fun making them as we did! We use US crochet terms and easy to read explanations of the patterns. If we do use an abbreviation, we explain what it stands for. You can also find video tutorials for most of the patterns in the book if you need help. We love seeing what you make! Come and share with us on Facebook or Instagram. We will cheer you on!
|Author||: Leisure Arts|
|Editor||: Leisure Arts|
The Big Book of Baby Afghans, - A must for any crocheter’s library, this book has 22+ baby blankets for all skill levels. Perfect for quick and easy gifts or family heirlooms.
|Author||: Sharon H. Silverman|
|Editor||: Leisure Arts|
"Tunisian Crochet Baby Blankets contains 8 original designs in contemporary colors by Sharon H. Silverman. Whether you?re looking for classic cables, ripples, stripes, bobbles, or basket weave blocks, you?ll find projects to suit your taste and become heirlooms for that special baby. The projects are all worked in Tunisian crochet, a technique that combines the look of knitting with the ease of crochet. If you are new to Tunisian crochet, or need a refresher on the basics, the Tunisian Crochet Skills section will help you get started." -- Publisher's website.
|Author||: Margaret Stump|
|Editor||: Stackpole Books|
Tiny palm-sized pin looms are making a comeback. Here is the perfect book to get started with this intriguing weaving technique. • 40 appealing projects for everyone • As portable as knitting--drop a tiny loom in your bag or keep one in your car • Tips and techniques for blankets, bags, and 3-D creations • Includes directions on how to build your own pin loom
|Author||: Carri Hammett|
|Editor||: Quarry Books|
Written with the absolute beginner in mind, Knitting 101 teaches all the basics for learning to knit with step-by-step instructions and photographs. Knitting skills are learned by working on projects, beginning with something very easy and getting progressively more difficult as the reader works through the book. New skills are explored in depth as they are introduced. The introductory section covers all the basics of knitting—selecting yarn, needle types and sizes, other tools and accessories, knitting gauge, casting on, forming stitches, reading patterns—making this the most comprehensive beginner's book available. The accompanying online videos include a how-to guide illustrating all the knitting techniques presented in the book. The videos are very useful for those who learn better by seeing a step in action as opposed to still photographs.
Conspicuous consumption has had its day: the mantra now is "make do and mend". From knitting to needlepoint, quilting to crochet, embroidery to appliqué - traditional crafts are thriving. Hugely satisfying and easy on the pocket and the environment, these are not just recession-proof pastimes. Imagine producing beautiful clothes, throws and covers, quilts, canvases and cushions to adorn your family and your home. With this book you can. The tools, techniques and terminology required to create truly personal pieces are all clearly explained, and the "complicated" art of needlecraft is revealed to be easier than readers might have thought. Packed with easy to follow techniques, the book brings these traditional artistic and practical crafts right up to date with advice on contemporary styles and new materials, bringing these immensely satisfying skills to a whole new generation.
|Author||: Judith Durant,Edie Eckman|
|Editor||: Storey Publishing|
In this all-crochet addition to the One-Skein Wonders® series, Edie Eckman and Judith Durant offer 101 exciting crochet projects — including jewelry, scarves, bags, hats, dresses, and home decor items — that each use just one skein of yarn. With projects organized by yarn type and weight, you’ll be crocheting lacy shrugs for the springtime and heavy-duty beanies for the snowy winter months. Whatever your experience level, you’re sure to find a delightfully portable project that suits your individual style.
|Author||: Mrs. Gaugain (Jane)|
|Author||: Janine Kosel|
|Editor||: Voyageur Press (MN)|
Vesterheim Museum in Decorah, Iowa, is one of the premiere centers for Norwegian-American heritage in the United States. As such, it houses one of the country's most extensive collections of the textiles and handknits that have woven ties between Norwegian communities in America and the Old World, between today's culture and a rich past. This book collects thirty patterns for handknits from Vesterheim—folk mittens, socks, scarves, hats, wristers, handbags, knapsacks, and sweaters—all inspired by traditional knits housed in the museum. With an introduction reflecting on the history of Norwegian-style knitting and the stories behind the handknits that inspired the patterns, the book is at once a practical guide, a repository of cultural history, and a lovely look at one of the rich traditions knit into the American fabric.
|Author||: Jil Eaton|
|Editor||: Three Rivers Press|
Provides 19 skill-building lessons designed to help new and out-of-practice knitters master specific techniques from stripes and cables to lace and pleats, in a guide organized by ability level that is complemented by expert tips and troubleshooting advice. Original.
Crochet is the perfect book for people interested in shifting away from mass-produced items, who want to create unique, crocheted pieces. There are more than 80 crochet projects to choose from, and the book helps you get to grips with the basic stitches before leading you to the best projects to try next. Why is it special? * It's the go-to crochet compendium that combines a step-by-step technique section with 101 projects for crocheters of all levels of ability. * This comprehensive book takes you through the basics, with useful practice projects to build confidence, before embarking on more adventurous crochet patterns. * Close-up step-by-step photography and detailed text give you crystal-clear instructions for every crochet stitch. * A huge variety of projects spans things to wear, items for the home, decorative pieces, and cute gifts. Whether you're looking to crochet oh-so sweet baby booties, amigurumi animals, a granny square bedspread, a one-size-fits-all shopping bag, or a fabulously slouchy hat--you're sure to find something to fit the bill.
|Author||: Margaret Hubert|
|Editor||: Creative Publishing International|
Explore 22 exquisite, runway-inspired projectsâ€”including skirts, dresses, jackets, tops, handbags, and neckwearâ€”with Runway Crochet! These beautiful pieces are designed by Margaret Hubert and six other prominent crochet designers including Doris Chan, Ellen Gormley, Shannon Mullett-Bowlsby, Shelby Allaho, Sharon Valencia, and Tatyana Mirer. Project instructions include a full range ofsizes, and theinstructional text and stitch diagrams are accompanied by stunning fashion photography.
|Author||: Leisure Arts, Inc,Allan Ed. House|
|Editor||: Leisure Arts|
You'll love this wonderful collection of favorite Leisure Arts baby afghans, with a variety of styles and colors. Each one of these 54 cover-ups includes step-by-step instructions and radiant full-color photography so you can be confident of success.
|Author||: Jean Moss|
|Editor||: Taunton Press|
Presents twenty-five patterns for shawls, cowls, and other wraps, and includes information on yarns, stitching techniques, and knitting tips.
|Author||: Emma Guess|
|Editor||: Search Press Limited|
Tunisian crochet is a great way of producing stunning creative textiles and in this gorgeous book Emma Guess will show you how. Offering the perfect challenge for seasoned and new crocheters alike, Emma takes you from the absolute basics of Tunisian crochet. She then demonstrates how to develop your skills to create unique designs and textures. Accompanied by clear, step-by-step photography you'll learn the basic stitches, then how to combine stitches and colour changes to create exciting new textures. There are three easy projects to practise your new skills, followed by ten stylish and modern projects for you to create. You can make a beautiful chunky blanket, a pair of mittens and matching scarf, a stylish shoulder bag, a chevron cushion and more. Emma's unique style is fun, exciting and instantly alluring and these sleek and sophisticated projects will complement your home and make lovely gifts.