Many people find crocheting with motifs a creative, fun and versatile way to work, especially if you only have a few minutes a day to pick up your hook. Traditionally, crocheters would simply make piles of granny squares and join them to make larger projects such as scarfs, bags or blankets, but Camille Clavi's latest book introduces ten alternative motifs, including hexagons, fl owers and stars, which can be used to create a variety of accessories. Aimed mostly at the intermediate crocheter, this book includes all the basics, from stitch instructions to advice on materials and joining motifs, plus two project patterns for each motif to make items such as a bag, hat and even a sweater.-Inside Crochet
About the Author
Camille Clavi is the author of First Steps in Knitting. She lives in France.