I Can't Believe I'm Crocheting (Leisure Arts #4061) by Leisure Arts

I Can't Believe I'm Crocheting (Leisure Arts #4061)

By Leisure Arts

  • Release Date: 2012-07-24
  • Genre: Crafts & Hobbies
Score: 3.5
From 6 Ratings
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Updated with color how-to photos and the latest techniques (such as felting), this easy-to-follow handbook is a complete guide to everything beginning crocheters need to know to create beautiful handmade projects. You'll learn how to work stitches, rows, and rounds; join pieces; change colors; determine gauge and sizing, understand instructions, hold a hook and yarn, and much more! There are even special illustrations for left-handed crocheters! The book is chock-full of time-tested fundamentals that experienced crocheters will find useful, too. Seven trendy projects include dishcloths, afghans, a koala bear, a scarf, vests, a felted purse, and a baby afghan.


  • I Can't Believe I'm Crocheting.

    By CindyT52
    I've been crocheting for years and downloaded this just for the patterns. I think this book is great for anyone that wants to learn to crochet on their own. The instructions are very clear and well illustrated. I have some people at work that have asked me to teach them to crochet and this will be a good guide.
  • I can't believe I'm crocheting

    By Kccheb
    The book was very good at explaining all the stitches, how to do them and the different type of yarns to use. I do beginning crocheting and the book helped me to go to the next level. I would recommend it to beginner crocheters.
  • Photos too small

    By Mordria
    Instructions are easy to follow but the illustrations are too small to see the stitches and hook placements. I was able to increase the size of the print but the photos do not enlarge enough to clearly see the examples.
  • Small

    By SColetta
    Seems like a nice book with good basic facts in it but the photos are very small and text for photos even smaller. My eyes could not make out fine detail in the stitches being taught nor the small print in the labeling. A hard copy of this book, if it exists, would be excellent for anyone starting out in the world of crochet.