Learn to Do Bavarian Crochet Paperback – Oct 1 2010
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Jenny King is a crochet designer and a professional member of the Crochet Guild of America.
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Includes detailed step-by-step instructions and great colour photographs.
I have seen this stitch called Catherine's Wheel Stitch and also used by other Crochet Bloggers - Wooleater Blanket being one I remember but I still wanted to have a printed copy of this book for my Crochet Reference Library.
I think this is a great book - with detailed step-by-step instructions. You can find the technique elsewhere online but for those who want to have a book you can keep demonstrating the technique this book will do in a pinch :)
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The booklet includes no explanation of why the two-round stitch technique is called "Bavarian crochet". There are excellent photos that show how to use the technique to make squares, triangles, and rectangles. All nine patterns (baby blanket, vest, afghan, shawl, bag, scarf, hat, basket, table runner) use the same two-round technique.
I purchased this booklet because I was curious about "Bavarian crochet". Although it is a fine booklet, I was disappointed to learn that "Bavarian crochet" is nothing more than a two-round technique for combining various treble crochet stitches into diamond-patterned fabric.
fun to do.
For those who like to crochet and are looking
for something different than what you have
been doing, then give this book a try. You
won't be disappointed.
The instructions are clear and easy to follow.
They are accompanies with clear(in color)detailed
pictures that are helpful to double check your
work in progress.