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Weekend Makes: Crocheted Toys: 25 Quick and Easy Projects to Make

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Weekend Makes: Crocheted Toys: 25 Quick and Easy Projects to Make

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This new title in the Weekend Makes series presents 25 cute and colourful toys to crochet with love for young children and babies. Perfect for using up your remnants of yarn and quick to make, you’ll be delighted with the results and so will your little ones! A variety of toys and games are included, from tactile stacking rings and an adorable giraffe to a practical stroller toy and educational number cubes you’ll want to make them all. There is even a toy basket to store all your precious makes. The essential tools and techniques section means that those new to crochet need not worry, these simple projects are achievable for all levels of ability. Projects include: baby rattle, elephant toy, number cubes, caterpillar, memory game, fishing game, finger puppets, balls, cars, toy basket. AUTHOR: Emma Osmond was originally taught to knit and crochet by her grandmother, and this wonderful skill has become her career. It was in the haberdashery department at Liberty of London that her love of yarn was established. There she enjoyed teaching beginners’ knitting and crochet classes, which gave people the opportunity to take a handmade item home with them at the end of the day. Now Emma creates beautiful patterns that are inspiring and enable you to use your newly learned skills in different ways. SELLING POINTS: Projects include: baby rattle, elephant toy, number cubes, caterpillar, memory game, fishing game, finger puppets, balls, cars, toy basket. Suitable for those with basic to intermediate crochet skills Projects include a mixture of toys and games Includes 25 gorgeous toy projects

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Dimensions 215 × 275 mm
Author

Emma Osmond

Author Bio

Emma Osmond was originally taught to knit and crochet by her grandmother, and this wonderful skill has become her career. It was in the haberdashery department at Liberty of London that her love of yarn was established. There she enjoyed teaching beginners' knitting and crochet classes, which gave people the opportunity to take a handmade item home with them at the end of the day. Now Emma creates beautiful patterns that are inspiring and enable you to use your newly learned skills in different ways.

ISBN

9781784945497

Book Type

Paperback / softback

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