Bring Colour to Crochet: 64 Multi-Coloured Squares

Explore the many varied ways of incorporating color and novelty into crochet Noted needleworker Renate Kirkpatrick provides patterns for 64 multicolored squares, all meant to become part of an attractive final sampler rug The techniques range from basic, simple stripes and spikes to zigzags, ripples, chains, mosaics, and complex bricks and boxes Freeform crocheters, tooExplore the many varied ways of incorporating color and novelty into crochet Noted needleworker Renate Kirkpatrick provides patterns for 64 multicolored squares, all meant to become part of an attractive final sampler rug The techniques range from basic, simple stripes and spikes to zigzags, ripples, chains, mosaics, and complex bricks and boxes Freeform crocheters, too, will enjoy adapting the ideas to enhance the variety and beauty of their work.
Bring Colour to Crochet Multi Coloured Squares Explore the many varied ways of incorporating color and novelty into crochet Noted needleworker Renate Kirkpatrick provides patterns for multicolored squares all meant to become part of an attract

  • Title: Bring Colour to Crochet: 64 Multi-Coloured Squares
  • Author: Renate Kirkpatrick
  • ISBN: 9781863514149
  • Page: 350
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Bring Colour to Crochet: 64 Multi-Coloured Squares”

    1. Since I enjoyed Crochet Techniques by Renate Kirkpatrick so much, I decided to pick up this book. The book starts with an introduction which includes illustrated stitch instructions, a stitch symbol key, and some helpful tips for weaving in ends since the patterns require frequent color changes. Renate also includes directions for edging and joining the squares in the beginning section. As with Crochet Techniques, stitch abbreviations throughout the book use Australian/UK terms with US terms in [...]

    2. This is a very practical book - easy to follow with excellent diagrams and instructions for the different stitches. As the subtitle says, it has 64 squares to crochet, and it has them neatly categorised into types of pattern.The book uses 5 different colours, with some squares using all 5, and others using different combinations. I found some wool I'd bought years and years ago that I had in three colours, so I went through doing mostly 3-colour squares (but also three 2-colour ones). I don't re [...]

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