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Wall Hangings Book Review


Wall hangings have become sure popular this year! But I have to admit, I knew how to do macrame as a kid, but I honestly haven’t tried in probably over 30 years. So when I saw this book, I thought…..genius! I can make a wall hanging and use crochet stitches! 

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Wall Hanging Book Review

Publisher: Leisure Arts

Author: Sharon Silverman

Number of Pages: 50

Number of Projects: 8

Types of Projects: Wall Hangings 

Difficulty Ratings: All patterns are listed as easy or easy+.  

Yarn Used: #2, #2, #4, #6, & #7 

First Impression: I love that this book combines popular style and home decor while using crochet stitches.

My Favorite Project Pick: The Windy Sails project (shown in photo below) is my favorite. It just reminds me of a true crochet project on display for all to see. 

Windy Sails - Wall Hanging crochet book review.


Review 



The book includes many different styles and shapes, so no matter how you like to decorate your house there is something for everyone. Sharon combines basic stitches with stunning colors, beads, and fun yarn to create a beautiful variety of wall hangings. 

Made with basic crochet stitches, you can accomplish these patterns with some shaping and stitch combos. There is help for things that are beyond the basics in the back of the book.  

The book also includes all your general pattern info (gauge, terms, abbreviations), as well as exactly which yarns were used for each project, so you can match it exactly if you choose to.

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

Head over to Leisure Arts to check out the rest of the projects included in this book. You can also visit Sharon Silverman to see more of her amazing work.


Happy Crocheting!




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