Crochet One-Skein Wonders: 101 Projects from Crocheters around the World

January 26, 2015 - Comment

Finally, a One-Skein Wonders book just for crocheters! Edie Eckman and Judith Durant offer 101 great crochet projects — from jewelry and scarves to bags, hats, dresses, and home dec items — that each use just one skein of yarn. Whatever your experience level, you’ll find something here to delight you! Product Features WORKMAN PUBLISHING-Storey

Finally, a One-Skein Wonders book just for crocheters! Edie Eckman and Judith Durant offer 101 great crochet projects — from jewelry and scarves to bags, hats, dresses, and home dec items — that each use just one skein of yarn. Whatever your experience level, you’ll find something here to delight you!

Product Features

  • WORKMAN PUBLISHING-Storey Publishing: Crochet One Skein Wonders
  • Use one skein of yarn there are 101 ways to get hooked
  • Discover the possibilities in a single skein

Comments

Rudy Fan says:

ONE skein crochet, finally! I have always loved looking through those ‘One-Skein’ knitting books. I usually crochet though and always wanted one for that instead. Now, here it is!Particulars about the book:1) All skill levels are covered, but most projects are geared more toward those who already know how to crochet, not someone just learning. With 101 projects though, there is something for everyone to make.2) Like those one-skein knitting books, this one is broken down by yarn weight. Of course, this can be very helpful when you dive into your stash. 🙂 The side of the book’s pages is color coded so you can find each yarn section quickly3) First rate photos4) The patterns are clear and the font is easy to read. Rounds are clearly labeled and helps are given for specific areas of each project.5) Somewhat easily accessible yarn, but you may want to consider substituting. This is simple as yardage is given (not just weight.) Keep in mind though that a…

E. C. Shearer says:

Almost perfect Full Disclosure: I received a digital advanced reader’s copy of this book for reviewing purposes.I have but one complaint about this book: where are the difficulty guides?This book is full of great projects, and as it says, they truly are projects from around the world–particularly, it features several amigurumi projects and several projects that feature Tunisian crochet. Variety is certainly not lacking here–there are plenty of hat and scarf patterns, as part of the typical crochet fare (especially as you would expect for a book that focuses on one-skein projects)–but there are also pillows, jewelry, stuffed animals, baby clothes, and some neat projects like a water bottle holder, yoga mat bag, and e-reader holder. And the authors have kindly added visual patterns as well as the usual scripted patterns for those who have difficulty following along with crochet patterns–they’ve thought of almost everything.I tried my hand at a few projects,…

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