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Granny Squares: Over 25 Creative Ways to Crochet the Classic Pattern Paperback – 30 May 2012
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A wonderful guide to the traditional crocheted granny square. --sewingisforgirls.blogspot.com
About the Author
Stephanie Goehr was born in Stuttgart and grew up near Tubingen. She lives in Esslingen with her husband and two children. Stephanie spent a lot of time in her mother's craft shop as a child, where she learned many different types of handwork. While she studied to become a graphic designer, she wrote several books about different craft techniques. Stephanie enjoys the challenge of looking for new ways to use traditional crafting techniques. You can see all her published books at www.stephaniegoehr.de. Melanie Sturm was born in 1973 in Bavaria. As a child, she watched her mother and grandmother sewing and knitting almost daily. During the last 15 years, she has been busy with many creative endeavors. About two years ago, she became re-acquainted with her original passion for textiles and since then works exclusively with yarn and fabric. Her creations can be seen on her blog, http://nomimikry.blogspot.com. Melanie currently lives with her son near Munich. Barbara Wilder lives with her husband and two grown children in Ilsfeld near Heilbronn. Her love of handwork began at a very young age. As a child, she spent a great deal of time with her grandmother who was an accomplished seamstress and taught her everything she knew about handwork. It became clear that her granddaughter would follow in her footsteps. In 2004, Barbara Wilder created her label, "Raumseelig" (http://raumseelig.blogspot.com). She recently began working on her Graphic Design certification and has many creative ideas that she'd like to have translated.