Fair Isle Crochet: Demystifying Colorwork
Fair Isle Crochet: Demystifying Colorwork
Karen Whooley
Translate timeless Fair Isle techniques to crochet as you create beautiful colorwork throughout three captivating projects!
Curiously Similar
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Crochet cables with confidence and ease! From basic designs to intricate beauties, learn how to add captivating cables to all of your projects.
Shannon Mullett-Bowlsby
Shannon Mullett-Bowlsby
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Make all of your crochet projects look and feel better! Discover designer-favorite tweaks and techniques for fabulous fabric, fitting and beyond.
Shannon Mullett-Bowlsby
Shannon Mullett-Bowlsby
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Bring the breathtaking look of traditional Aran cabling to your crochet! Find out how to work fun textures, new patterns and incredible panels.
Melissa Leapman
Melissa Leapman

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