Next Steps in Crochet
Next Steps in Crochet
Kim Werker
Build on your basic crochet skills and unlock new project possibilities as you conquer fundamentals for cables, lace, bobbles and more!
Curiously Similar
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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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Get started with crochet! From holding your hook to creating a beautiful granny square blanket, get the techniques you need to crochet with confidence!
Kim Werker
Kim Werker
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Stitch your way to better crochet! Develop a better understanding of patterns, measure gauge and play with stitch construction for better results.
Edie Eckman
Edie Eckman

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