Zigzag Crochet: A Beginner's Guide to Ripples & Waves
Zigzag Crochet: A Beginner's Guide to Ripples & Waves
Kim Werker
Build your skills as you master one of the most popular stitch patterns — the ripple stitch.
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Tackle the iconic granny stitch and granny square as you create a stylish hooded vest.
Tamara  Kelly
Tamara Kelly
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Build on your basic crochet skills and unlock new project possibilities as you conquer fundamentals for cables, lace, bobbles and more!
Kim Werker
Kim Werker
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Create beautiful mandalas, throw pillows and hats by learning how to crochet in the round.
Kim Werker
Kim Werker

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Zigzag Crochet: A Beginner's Guide to Ripples & Waves