Big Book of Crochet Afghans: 26 Afghans for Year-Round Stitching (Paperback)

Big Book of Crochet Afghans: 26 Afghans for Year-Round Stitching By Connie Ellison Cover Image
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Adding a touch of comfort and style to a crafter's home decor, the patterns in this collection can be made from a variety of yarns and colors and by crocheters of all skill levels. With 26 designs, this book features full-color photographs and detailed instructions on stitching and incorporating motifs and patterns such as granny squares, Tunisian lace, pineapples, shells, ripples, and more. Beautiful, whimsical, and practical, these afghans make perfect gifts and home accents.

About the Author


Connie Ellison oversees crochet-pattern leaflets and books for DRG Publishing. She is the author of 50 Stitches for Afghans, Afghan Calendar 2012, and Shaped Afghans. She lives in Big Sandy, Texas.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781596354821
ISBN-10: 1596354828
Publisher: Annies
Publication Date: October 1st, 2012
Pages: 80
Language: English
Series: Annie's Crochet

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