- Published: New York : Lark Books, 2005.
- Year Published: 2005
- Edition: 1st ed.
- Description: 112 p. : col.ill. ; 26 cm.
- Language: English
- Format: Book
- Lexile: 1140
- 1579904777 (hardback)
- 9781579904777 (hardback)
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Crochet : fantastic jewelry, hats, purses, pillows & more
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Call number: J 746.434 Da
Available Copies: Downtown Youth, Pittsfield Youth
Introduction -- Getting started -- The projects -- Fun and games -- Shoe laces -- String game -- Key chain -- Circle games -- Scrunchies -- Shape up! -- Comfy slippers -- Juggling blocks -- Purse -- Pencil case -- Phone carrier -- Getting around -- Large ball -- Hacky sack -- Space balls -- Felt hat -- Roly poly pig -- Network! -- Corner shelf -- Show-off shawl -- Basic net bag -- Really, really big bag -- Small lace-edged bag -- Challenge yourself! -- Chemistry pillows -- Pocket scarf and matching hat -- CD case -- Zippy summer top -- CD case -- Felted backpack -- Shine and dazzle -- Beaded barrette -- Amulet bag -- Corner bookmark -- Shirt edging -- Beaded crochet necklace and bracelet.
Provides instructions for thirty projects you can play with, decorate with, or wear. Demonstrates the techniques of basic crochet, and provides step by step illustrated instructions for creating hats, scarves, toys, slippers, hair decorations, and other projects, a sparkling new entry in the popular Kids' Crafts series. From colorful shoelaces to shimmering amulet bags, these 50 crocheted creations will enchant kids and take them from the very beginning to a more experienced level. Even children who have never picked up a pair of needles will master the fundamentals quickly, thanks to the many detailed directions and instructive, attractive color photos. The fun begins as youngsters try their hand at the basic chain stitch, and then learn to crochet around a ring to make a key chain. Small, accessible projects follow, including a yellow purse with a glass button accent and comfy wool slippers. As kids' skills increase, they can move on to clothes, toys, backpacks, and more.
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