Homespun Vintage:20 timeless knit and crochet projects Hardcover – 3 Jan 2013
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The attention to detail is divine, with perfect placement of original buttons, embroidery and lacing --Inside Crochet magazine, June edition
About the Author
Jane Crowfoot taught herself to knit after being inspired by her great-grandmother's hand-made blankets and studied textile design at Winchester School of Art. In 1996, she became a Design Consultant for Rowan Yarns and went on to work with Debbie Bliss. Jane is a leader of the recent crochet revival, which has seen knitters all over the world put down their needles and pick up a crochet hook. She is the author of The Ultimate Crochet Bible (9781843405634).
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I bought this book as a gift and it is lovely. I'm quite envious and really wish I could knit! My friend is going to love this!Published on 16 Mar. 2014 by Claire Worton
A lovely book full of ideas and inspiration. It will be great fun tackling some of the projects but no doubt very enjoyablePublished on 6 Nov. 2013 by denise flannigan
Aside from an exquisite cushion (hence the 3 stars) I found the patterns in this book very dated and more 70s than the "vintage" expected.Published on 6 Aug. 2013 by Octillio
Some very pretty and clever ideas clearly explained. Can't wait to work my way through the book project by project.Published on 14 Jun. 2013 by Kitchenbound
This appears to be for the serious knitter and crocheter, one of my friends has started making the cushion on the cover. I can't wait to see it.Published on 22 May 2013 by L. Tiley