Tunisian Shawls Book Review

Posted by on January 16, 2015 in Books, Reviews | 0 comments

tunisian shawlsTunisian Shawls

Publisher: Leisure Arts

Number of Pages: 50 pages

Number of Projects: 8 shawls

Types of Projects: Tunisian shawls. From casual to fancy, there is something for everyone.

Difficulty: Projects range from easy to intermediate.

Yarn Used: #3, #4, & #5

First Impression: This book is worth the investment!

Favorite Project: Cables & Heart Shawl

cable wrapCables & Heart

Review: While there are a small number of projects I would make almost every single one. Shawls are multi-functional and can be dressy, casual, useful, and practical and designer Sharon Silverman has included a little bit of every style. I’m sure there is more than one wrap that you would make in this book. Leisure Arts has included general information (gauge, terms, abbreviations), as well as stitch help and photos.

Bonus: There are video links to stitch tutorials for the patterns. I believe this is an invaluable tool for those who are new to tunisian and are visual learners.

silver shimmerSilver Shimmer

popover wedgesPopover Wedges

I’ve only shown you a few of my favorites. You can click on any of the photos, or the link under the cover photo, to go to Leisure Arts website and see the rest of the projects.

Happy Crocheting!

 *Disclaimer* – This book was provided to me for a review, but all opinions are strictly my own.

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