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• Essential Techniques • Troubleshooting • Time-Saving Tips

Solutions to common crochet quandaries are at your fingertips—anywhere you go

Crochet VISUALQuick Tips has the answers you need—fast. With detailed color photos and concise instructions, plus time-saving tips, it covers:

Selecting tools and yarn Working basic stitches Increasing and decreasing Working in rounds and colors Making puffs, bobbles, clusters, and knots Working Tunisian crochet, filet crochet, and lace Crocheting with beads Finishing Interpreting patterns Diagnosing problems and fixing mistakes
Published: Wiley on
ISBN: 9781118153086
List price: $16.95
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