Sweet Crochet

Author: Sandrine Deveze
Homepage_9781441318367

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  • : $16.99(AUD)
  • : 9781441318367
  • : Peter Pauper Press, Inc
  • : Peter Pauper Press, Inc
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  • : April 2015
  • : 226mm X 175mm X 8mm
  • : United States
  • : 26.99
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  • : Sandrine Deveze
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  • : Hardback
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Barcode 9781441318367
9781441318367

Description

Create a world of wonderful, whimsical creatures! Author Sandrine Deveze's distinctive and charming crocheted characters have won her devoted fans in France. Now, for the first time, her "amigurumi" patterns are available in English.Her friendly, straightforward tutelage will guide you through the ins and outs of crochet if you're a newcomer to the craft (the adorable "Little Owls" pattern is designed especially for beginners), and more experienced crocheters will find fun challenges as well.Twelve patterns for crocheting adorable, unique animals.Designs include a pear, a rabbit, an unusual bird, a cat with a moustache, a series of woodland portraits, and more. From animals to sushi rolls, flights of fancy await you!Accessible to both beginners and advanced crocheters.Clear, detailed guidance for beginning crocheters and those new to crocheting in the round.Illustrated stitch diagrams and photos.Materials recommendations.Helpful in-progress photographs for each pattern.Full-color book is softcover, with French folds.Measures 6-3/4 inches wide by 8-1/2 inches high (17 cm wide by 22 cm high).64 pages.Sandrine Deveze uses yarn and thread to devise her own personal universe filled with poetry and harmony. More than anything, she loves bringing these adorable cuddly toys to life for her children and loved ones. She created her blog, "Tournicote . . . a cloche-pied," in 2009. Sandrine lives with her family in the Atlantic Pyrenees region of France.

Author description

Yvonne Eijkenduijn is a writer, photographer, stylist, and blogger whose blog www.yvestown.com has shared cooking, baking, gardening, crafting, decorating, and DIY tips with over 500,000 monthly visitors worldwide. She launched her bimonthly online magazine Yvestown Magazine in October.