Looking for the best Crochet books? Browse our list to find excellent book recommendations on the subject.
- A to Z of Crochet: The Ultimate Guide for the Beginner to Advanced Crocheter (2010)
- Crochet Cute Critters: 26 Easy Amigurumi Patterns (2019)
- Crochet: 365 Days of Crochet: 365 Crochet Patterns for 365 Days (2016)
- Harry Potter Crochet (Crochet Kits) (2019)
- Crochet Stitch Dictionary: 200 Essential Stitches with Step-by-Step Photos (2013)
- Make in a Weekend Afghans to Crochet-10 Simple Designs for Cozy Wraps for the Family-Easy or Easy-Plus Weight Yarns (2017)
- The Complete Book of Crochet Stitch Designs: 500 Classic & Original Patterns (Complete Crochet Designs) (2011)
- Itty-Bitty Animals (Annie’s Attic: Crochet) (2009)
- Bookies: Bookmarks to Crochet (2019)
- Edward’s Menagerie: Over 40 Soft and Snuggly Toy Animal Crochet Patterns (2014)
- Crochet One-Skein Wonders®: 101 Projects from Crocheters around the World (2013)
A to Z of Crochet: The Ultimate Guide for the Beginner to Advanced Crocheter (2010)
Whether you’re a new crocheter or just want to try new techniques, this must-have resource offers all the know-how you’ll ever need. And it’s now in paperback! #6,281 in Books (See Top 100 in Books) #4 in Needlework (Books) #2 in Crocheting (Books) Would you like to ?If you are a seller for this product, would you like to ?
Crochet a zoo full of adorable animal friends with ease.Discover how simple crafting your own crochet plush animals can be.
Do you love to crochet, but you don’t have a lot of time to get involved with big projects? This doesn’t mean that you can’t still enjoy your favorite hobby. All you need to do is find patterns that you can make up in a few hours. There are loads of great patterns out there that you can whip up easily while you’re sitting around watching television, riding in a car on a long trip, or in your spare time (if you actually have any).
Create your own magic and conjure up these adorable figures of “the boy who lived” and his friends. All the spells you need to make amigurumi dolls of Harry Potter and Dobby are included: yarn, stuffing, needle and thread, safety eye beads, and the special magic wand crochet hook! A 76-page instruction book gives step-by-step directions to make ten more magical models, and the full-color photos will ensure your projects turn out completely enchanting.
Great for new and experienced crocheters alike, Crochet Stitch Dictionary offers 200 stitches with detailed written, charted, and photographed instructions. This essential book presents 10 color-coded stitch sections: Basic stitches, Fans & Shells, Bobbles & Clusters, Spike stitches, Post stitches, Mesh & Filet, Cable stitches, Tunisian stitches, and more!Learn each stitch with written, charted, and step-by-step photo instructions that clearly explain where the yarn goes each step of the way.
Make in a Weekend Afghans to Crochet-10 Simple Designs for Cozy Wraps for the Family-Easy or Easy-Plus Weight Yarns (2017)
75590 Make in a Weekend – Afghans to Crochet Want to crochet cozy wraps for the family but don’t have a lot of time? It’s fast and easy with the 10 simple designs in Make in a Weekend – Afghans to Crochet from Leisure Arts. Choose from baby wraps, lap throws, and jumbo afghans.
The Complete Book of Crochet Stitch Designs: 500 Classic & Original Patterns (Complete Crochet Designs) (2011)
This stitchwork classic features 500 designs ranging from traditional patterns to original motifs—and crocheters of all levels will find essential information and inspiration on every page. Each design features a close-up color photograph, a diagram showing each stitch and its placement, and easy-to-follow instructions.
In this release from Annie’s Attic you’ll find an adorable collection of tiny animals crocheted from size 10 cotton thread that will make everyone smile. Includes 15 cute 3- to 4-inch animal projects. #3,325,800 in Books (See Top 100 in Books) #604 in Stuffed Animal Crafts #4239 in Crocheting (Books) #4916 in Knitting (Books) Would you like to ?If you are a seller for this product, would you like to ?
Crochet your own bookmarks—but not just any bookmarks! These fun and unusual animal characters are Bookies, and they’ll not only help you keep your place while reading but will also attract admiring attention.
Get ready to spend some time with a suave high-flying rhino, a lovesick elephant who knows her way around a kitchen and a seriously chivalrous tigerWith just two weeks to go before baby Edward’s due date, yarn enthusiast Kerry Lord picked up a crochet hook for the first time and a new obsession began.
In this all-crochet addition to the One-Skein Wonders® series, Edie Eckman and Judith Durant offer 101 exciting crochet projects — including jewelry, scarves, bags, hats, dresses, and home decor items — that each use just one skein of yarn. With projects organized by yarn type and weight, you’ll be crocheting lacy shrugs for the springtime and heavy-duty beanies for the snowy winter months.
Best Crochet Books Everyone Should Read
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Modern Crocheted Afghans, Throws, and Pillows: 35 colorful, cozy, and comfortable patterns
Author(s): Laura Strutt
ID: 2305279, Publisher: CICO Books, Year: 6 Dec 2018, Size: 13 Mb, Format: epub
Crochet, Step By Step
ID: 2910648, Publisher: DK Publishing, Year: 2021, Size: 57 Mb, Format: pdf
Knitting and Crocheting All-in-One For Dummies
Author(s): Pam Allen, Tracy L. Barr, Marly Bird, Susan Brittain, Karen Manthey, Shannon Okey, Kristi Porter
ID: 2481010, Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Year: 2020, Size: 53 Mb, Format: pdf
Please note that this booklist is not final. Some books are truly chart-busters according to USA Today, others are drafted by unknown writers. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant links you could recommend? Leave a comment if you have any feedback on the list.