Book reviews

Crochet Book reviews

These are some books from my collection. I hope the book reviews will help you expand your collection of crochet books.

You also have access to the complete contents and to look inside the book.

200 Crochet Stitches

A Practical Guide with Swatches, Charts and Step-by-step Instructions. Book by Sarah Hazell. READ BOOK REVIEW

5/5

200 more Crochet Stitches

A Practical Guide with Swatches, Charts and Step-by-step Instructions. Book by Tracey Todhunter. READ BOOK REVIEW

5/5

Ultimate Crochet Bible

A Complete Reference with Step-by-Step Techniques. Book by Jane Crowfoot. READ BOOK REVIEW

4/5

A Little Course In... Crochet

Simply everything you need to succeed. Book by Susie Johns. READ BOOK REVIEW

4.5/5

Edward's Menagerie

Over 40 soft and snuggly toy animal crochet patterns. Book by Kerry Lord. READ BOOK REVIEW

4.2/5

Why buying books?

The advantages of having a book are innumerable, to me what I like most is to have everything neat. But we can highlight:

  • It is much easier to quickly find what you want in a book, either when you are learning new skills or reviewing old ones.
  • It’s easy to flip to the index, or some other page, and back to the page you were reading.
  • If you wish, you can highlight things, attach a sticky note, write margins, and more!

While there is no perfect book, you should find one that you like. Here I leave some books of my collection, which for some reason have captivated my attention.

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