The Crochet Block Bible
Over 100 traditional and contemporary blocks to make
This wonderful collection of crochet blocks is packed with inspiring designs that will get you reaching for your crochet hook. From classic, timeless patterns, to more modern textures and color combinations, there's something for every taste.
Each design comes with a clear written pattern, an easy-to-follow chart, and a large photograph. Complete with designs that range from simple to more advanced in skill level, simply pick your favorite block and get crocheting, or mix and match some of the designs to create your own unique project. With sections on block design and technique, The Crochet Block Bible will take you through each block step-by-step, making it perfect for those new to crochet and seasoned crochet veterans. You don't need advanced crochet skills to make any of the blocks in this book but some require more concentration than others.
This book features 100 fabulous crochet blocks, in a range of shapes and sizes, that can be mixed and matched and made into all sorts of projects, from throws and pillows to bags, scarves and even toys. Containing a step-by-step guide to all the basic crochet techniques you need, this book appeals to beginners and more experienced crocheters of all shapes and sizes.
Chartwell Books, 9780785833314, 224pp.
Publication Date: August 26, 2015
About the Author
Luise Roberts worked as a book designer before starting towrite on a broad range of craft subjects. She was taught to knitand sew at an early age and exhibited as an embroiderer beforeturning her attention back to knit and crochet. She lives andworks in London.
Heather Lodinsky has been a professional knit and crochetdesigner for more than 20 years. Her designs have appeared innumerous magazines, and she is a freelance designer for majoryarn companies. She teaches classes at her local yarn shop in Buffalo, New York.