Rebecca Danger, best-selling author of Knit a Monster Nursery and The Big Book of Knitted Monsters, presents a delightful collection of over 30 irresistible toys–a terrific value. And each project uses only about 50 yards of yarn!
- Stitch five basic body shapes, each shown in several variations, to create knitted animals, robots, monsters, and characters of every description
- Knit small projects that make great use of yarn scraps and are wonderful for ornaments, gifts, mobiles, and baby toys
- Find knitted toy patterns for all skill levels, any type and any weight of yarn, and any needle size
From the creative mind behind The Big Book of Knitted Monsters comes an adorable collection of 16 knitted toys, clothing articles, accessories, and nursery decorations that you’ll love to knit for Baby.
- Stitch a whole roomful of practical items–including an irresistible monster mobile, baby blankets, blocks, bookends, rattles, hats, and more
- Find beginner-friendly patterns that make the most of your precious knitting time
- Create useable items in all sorts of colors, shapes, and sizes for both boys and girls
Get ready to spend some time with a suave high-flying rhino, a lovesick elephant who knows her way around a kitchen and a seriously chivalrous tiger .
With just two weeks to go before baby Edward’s due date, yarn enthusiast Kerry Lord picked up a crochet hook for the first time and a new obsession began. Over the next 12 months the collection of crochet animals expanded week on week until Edward’s Menagerie was complete with 40 unique patterns.
These cute animals with larger-than-life personalities are made using simple crochet techniques and the step-by-step instructions enable a complete beginner to get hooking straight away. Each animal also has a universal pattern where you can change your hook and yarn to create four different sizes, making 160 different possibilities.
Be warned that these unlikely characters made using a supersoft yarn in a sumptuous natural colour palette will become your new best friends as you hook your way through the whole menagerie!
Have you always wanted to learn to crochet but thought it was too difficult? Have you considered crocheting a project but thought it would take too long? Would you like to create a special and meaningful gift for someone? Are you looking for fun, easy, and quick crochet projects to complete in just a day?
If any of these questions resound with you, then this book is for you! Inside you will find a review of the main crochet stitches and materials often used in crochet projects, in case you are new to the craft, or are looking for a refresher. Finally, you will find 10 beautiful crochet project patterns that can be completed in just one day. Note that these patterns will help you complete one project in just one day. If you want to create multiple copies of a certain project, you can expect that you will need more than one day to complete them.
You can complete the following projects:
- Heart hat
- Throw pillow
- Flower hair band
- Pot holders
- Rag bowl
- Minion hat
- Evil minion hat
There’s a lot to love about the classic square crochet motif. But if it’s hip to make squares, imagine the excitement of making circles, stars, triangles, and hexagons. Beyond the Square Crochet Motifs introduces crocheters to more than 150 designs of every size and shape. Full-color photographs capture the intricate details and color work of each motif, and clear step-by-step instructions are presented in both text and visual formats. With its unexpected range of shapes, designs, and color ideas, Beyond the Square Crochet Motifs will keep enthusiasts happy for a very long time!
From the author of the incredibly original Knitting Mochimochi comes a delightful collection of supersized, quick-and-easy knitted toy creations sure to please knitters of all ages.
Bigger sometimes does mean better. In Teeny-Tiny Mochimochi Anna Hrachovec charmed knitters with her adorable miniature Mochimochi Land creatures. In Huge + Huggable Mochimochi she gives us knitted toys with even more to love.
With 20 large-scale projects, from a massive monster truck to a pirate pillow pal and a super-cute bag buddy that converts from knapsack to shoulder bag, these playful knits make wonderful gifts and whimsical decorations. Anna also explains how to size the projects up or down so the knitter can customize each piece as desired.