Anne Robinson, Karen Saxby
Crochetopedia is a comprehensive reference guide to crochet. Encompassing all the know-how essential for learning to crochet through intermediate stitches and advanced techniques, this guide is designed to help its readers learn and master every skill before moving on.
An array of over thirty fun, fabulous projects helps the reader to progress, and exploring advanced techniques such as chainless foundations, thread crochet, and garment construction gives the reader confidence to try different crochet methods. A gallery section featuring photographs of experimental and fashion crochet is also included as a springboard to inspire readers to begin creating their own patterns.
Crochetopedia also comes complete with a handy photographic stitch directory, allowing the reader to browse through and easily select a crochet stitch. This alphabetical directory provides cross-references to detailed stitch instructions, and easy discovery of any corresponding projects. The ease of cross-referencing, attention to detail, and beauty of this book make Crochetopedia an essential guide for all who enjoy this craft.