Tiny Trinkets to Crochet - 
      Susie Johns

Tiny Trinkets to Crochet

More Than 50 Cute and Easy Crochet Trinkets

Here are 25 patterns for small-scale crocheted novelties to use as toys or mascots, or to attach to key rings, bags, and clothing. The book is divided into three themed chapters--Food, Sea Creatures, and Accessories--and while some of the items are suitable for crochet novices, others will challenge those with more experience. Les mer
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Here are 25 patterns for small-scale crocheted novelties to use as toys or mascots, or to attach to key rings, bags, and clothing. The book is divided into three themed chapters--Food, Sea Creatures, and Accessories--and while some of the items are suitable for crochet novices, others will challenge those with more experience. The patterns are easy to follow and include a helpful guide to tools, materials, and techniques. Crochet a turtle, squid, or starfish, or make some miniature food that looks good enough to eat. The projects take very little time, use very little yarn, and are perfect for gifting.
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Forlag: Tuva Publishing
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 128
ISBN: 9786059192590
Format: 28 x 22 cm
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Susie Johns is an artist and designer who has written dozens of craft books, mostly on knitting, crochet and sewing. Her patterns and designs appear regularly in a number of consumer craft magazines in the UK, such as Let's Knit, Sew, and Let's Get Crafting, and she has written numerous patterns for DMC. As well as teaching drawing and painting, Susie also runs classes and workshops on knitting and crochet and has been involved in a number of textile-based community projects in and around London, where she lives.