A to Z of Crochet Book Review
Number of Pages: 160 pages
Number of Projects: 30+ stitches and techniques.
Difficulty: Stitches range from beginner to advanced beginner.
First Impression: Pictures!!! I wish this book was around when I learned to crochet! This book is a great investment if you’re a visual learner!
Favorite Attribute: This book is loaded with photo tutorials. If you are a visual learner, or if you have a hard time with written instructions/stitches, you should consider this book for your crochet library.
Review: This book is loaded with stitches that the new crocheter will love. There are also techniques to learn broomstick, entrelac, filet, hairpin – just to name a few. Plus, they have a section called “special touches” where you can learn buttonholes, edging, spirals, and more. Note: There are no projects in this book. It is stitches, techniques, and learning tools only – 160 pages worth!
Bonus: There are so many pictures! Every stitch is layed out step-by-step with a photo of each step. I hear many say that youtube is just too fast. If you feel that way, you may love this layout!
I’ve only shown you a few of the pages. You can click on any of the photos, or the link under the cover photo, to go to Martingale website and see more pages from the book.
*Disclaimer* – This book was provided to me for a review, but all opinions are strictly my own.