A skill-building book ideal for beginners and improvers alike. Written by an experienced and highly respected crochet teacher,
Tracey Todhunter offers expert guidance as you hook away. Features include: hundreds of detailed how-to photographs,
carefully annotated so it is easy for you to see what you should be looking at; charts and patterns working in tandem to explain crochet concepts; guest designers sharing some of their favourite patterns; 'quick-start' patterns for beginners who are impatient to try out their skills on projects that don't need much in the way of materials or time and really useful lists sprinkled throughout the pages for readers who want to quickly understand the essentials. Plus, includes crochet clinics; where the author solves her students' crochet dilemmas.
The book will be featured in the weekly magazine, at Woman's Weekly shows, in special Woman's Weekly craft issues, at their workshops and events and on www.womansweekly.com
Woman's Weekly has a weekly circulation of 296,793!
Tracey Todhunter has been teaching crochet for over 20 years and understands how to build the confidence of beginners and challenge her pupils to extend their skills with straightforward projects and clear instructions. Her recent publications include contributions to Fun Hats (Search Press, 2013) and Crochet (DK Publishing, 2014). Check out more of Tracey's work on her blog: http://bakingandmaking.com/