Mini Christmas Crochet (Twenty to Make) Paperback – 15 Jun 2011
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"Crochet your way through patterns for a Christmas tree, dove of peace, glimmering snowflake (embellished with pearl beads), Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer, a cute baby penguin and much more. There's even a Christmas cracker - why not crochet one for everyone at the dinner table?" --"Knit Today "(December 2011)
About the Author
Val Pierce's passion for knitting began when her father taught her to knit at the age of five. Later in life she began home knitting for yarn manufacturers, and since then she has made a huge range of items, from evening dresses to teddy bears. She later began designing items of her own, and before long Val's designs were appearing regularly in national knitting and crochet magazines. She also teaches knitting, as well as a range of other needlecrafts, to both adults and children. Val lives and works in Shropshire.
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The selection of things to make is fine, I just hope I don't encounter too many more errors. I do crochet to relax, not as a brain teaser!
All the designs look well thought out and the photographs illustrate them to their best advantage.
Very good value for money and a little book one can use time and time again. The finished projects would make super gifts, fancy gift-embellishments and tree/mantle ornaments. They would also be good to sell on charity craft stalls and similar.
I usually alter designs somewhat, but I don't think I'll need to here.