With the myriad of fashion and home projects to make, it comes as no surprise that many of us are hooked on crochet! Weekend Crochet is the perfect book to transform a beginner crocheter into a devoted enthusiast. the book begins with fully illustrated sections of basic techniques. Once the reader is comfortable with the process, they can create classic and contemporary projects, ranging from fashionable cover-ups and accessories to contemporary throws and pillows for the home. Whether it's a hippy-chic granny square scarf or a cuddly-soft baby blanket, a denim textured pillow or shimmering evening jewellery, the projects in this invaluable reference book will offer a rewarding and stress-free crochet experience to keep first-timers inspired. Each project is accompanied by easy-to-follow instructions and a full-colour photograph to make the stitch process all the more enjoyable.
Sue Whiting has been involved in the needlecraft industry for nearly 30 years, at first working for Fashioncraft, Pins & Needles, and Family Circle magazines as well as publishers Marshall Cavendish, Eaglemoss and Fabbri. She now works as a freelance designer mainly for Rowan, Jaeger and Patons, but also for Colinette Yarns, Wendy, Twilleys and Sirdar. Luise Roberts was taught at an early age by her mother how to knit and sew. However, it was with a degree in graphic design and earning a living designing books, in particular several knitting books, that rekindled her interest in crochet. With a new enthusiasm and fresh ideas, she is keen to convey this passion to others. She is the co-author of Decorative Knitting (1843402521). Sophie Britten is a freelance designer, specializing in crochet and knitwear. She makes specially-commissioned pieces and also teaches crochet and knitting. She has written several books, including Fun & Funky Crochet (1843402793).