The Chicks with Sticks Guide to Crochet: No Think * No Fear * No Sweat Crochet

The Chicks with Sticks Guide to Crochet: No Think * No Fear * No Sweat Crochet Join The Clique Of The Chicks With Sticks Anyone Can Do It Anyone Stop Thinking Stop Being Afraid Stop Sweating, You Ll Get The Hook All Damp Yes, With The Help Of The Chicks With Sticks, Anyone Can Learn To Crochet In Just A Weekend And By Sunday Night, Beginners Will Know What They Re Doing And Have The Confidence To Do It Advanced Beginners The Ones Who Have Already Made An Afghan Square Will Have Fresh, Fashion Forward Projects To Wear Around Town First Up Is An Introductory Section On Tools And Materials Then The Chicks Present A Series Of Lessons That Each Introduce A New Skill And Patterns That Help Readers Learn And Master It Before Moving On The ThanProjects Range From Cool Belts To Stunning Scarves, From Felted Bags To Stylish Wraps And Sweaters Throughout, The Chicks With Sticks Are Standing By With Quips And Anecdotes, Support And Sisterhood Learning To Crochet Has Never Been So Entertaining And So Empowering

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  • Paperback
  • 160 pages
  • The Chicks with Sticks Guide to Crochet: No Think * No Fear * No Sweat Crochet
  • Nancy Queen
  • English
  • 15 May 2017
  • 9780823006762

10 thoughts on “The Chicks with Sticks Guide to Crochet: No Think * No Fear * No Sweat Crochet

  1. says:

    This is a wonderful book on crochet with easy to follow instructions and patterns.

  2. says:

    With clear, concise instructions and good, simple patterns, the Chicks with Sticks guide you through learning how to crochet The book gives you a good background in choosing the right yarn for your projects, and walks you carefully through the beginning stitches and a few cool techniques The illustrations are good, but lacking in a little detail which would have made them perfect Each project builds on the strengths of the previous ones, and each chapter adds a bit depth to your knowledge By the time you finish, it feels like you can begin to tackle just about anything.

  3. says:

    I purchased this book for my Nook Color and love it When referencing a stitch, it s a link, and easy to flip to the corresponding text I m still practicing both the single and double crochet, so haven t moved onto the projects yet, but so far the instructions are clear and easy to follow I enjoy using my Nook, as it doesn t need to be held open like a craft book, and is small enough to carry around in my purse for impromptu practice I can even access the book from my iPhone if I forget my Nook.

  4. says:

    This book succeeds in making crochet look cool Hand this to a teenager who thinks that crochet is just for grandmothers, and watch her ooh and aah over the patterns for items that she is sure to want in her closet My only complaint, as an older stitcher with failing eyesight, is that some of the type is difficult to read The green script on a slightly lighter green background was almost impossible for me to decipher.

  5. says:

    I m just getting back into handicrafts, such as stitchery, knitting, crocheting, etc I picked up this book at Borders with a coupon and I have really enjoyed it I ve already successfully made several of the projects I have found the instructions easy to follow, and the layout of the book is user friendly.

  6. says:

    This is a hip beginners guide to crochet It has useful descriptions of yarn fibers, basic stitches, and all the stitches used in the projects included within the book The patterns are okay, and realistically they are useful for learning to crochet The patterns are arranged in a way as to teach progressively advancing crochet skills It explains the process of felting and garment assembly I feel like this particular book is the kind that folks either love it or they don t care for it I m in the latter group which is why I gave it only three stars.

  7. says:

    some cute patterns, some not how to is present

  8. says:

    Easy to follow patterns and great and interesting projects I appreciate the mini lessons throughout the book

  9. says:

    I learned to crochet in 1999 at the age of 8 This was before crochet was vogue and all the patterns I could find were, well, old lady ish No disrespect to the dolls that cover rolls of toilet paper, but I sure wish I had this book when I was learning to stitch The best book I ve found for learning to crochet Even if you ve been crocheting for years, get this book You might learn something, and if there s no new info you ll still love the patterns This book is up to date and yet these patterns won t get dated, aka, they re timeless If you crochet or want to start crocheting, GET THIS BOOK

  10. says:

    My husband bought this book for me for Christmas a few years ago because he knew that I wanted to learn to crochet I love the tone and patterns of the book, but I thought that the instructions were a little too concise for a beginning crochet er I purchased the Klutz guide to crochet to learn the basic steps and then was able to use this book I ve read a lot of reviews that complain about the costs of the yarns in the book however, the patterns can be made with any yarn found at your local craft store.

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