DetailsPlush and comfy throws for children and adults are easy to crochet with the designs in Q-Hook Afghans for the Family. Once you see how fast they work up, you'll enjoy making them to share! Each is fashioned using a jumbo hook and multiple strands of bulky or medium weight yarn. The nine designs include Good Morning, Poinsettias, Homecoming, Playroom Wrap, Mod Hearts, and Color Pop by Mary Ann Sipes; American Spirit by Maggie Weldon; Romance by Becky Stevens; and Sunset Shadows by Melissa Leapman.
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- I would highly recommend this book!
Sometimes you want to make snuggly and
warm but you don't have the time to
make a full afghan.
This is where this book is ideal.
It uses multiple strands of yarn either bulky
or medium weight yarn.
You also use a P/Q 15mm hook so it makes
them even faster to make.
The patterns are either of an easy or
intermediate level so every level
of crochet will be able to make some.
The afghans all differ which means you are
sure to find something you want to make.
Their are nine designs which makes the
book fantastic value for money.
I already have four of the designs that
I want to make for family.
There is nothing as special ass curling up
and making a beautiful blanket for someone.
The Poinsettia pattern is perfect for making
this time of the year.
It will look fantastic on Christmas morning
while everyone opens their presents.
The patterns are all in a written format that
is very easy to follow.
Illustrations are provided to help you with
Not only do you have the instructions in the book
you are also given access to online tutorials.
This means that you don't have to worry
because help is just a click away.
I love Leisure Arts books especially
their crochet books.
This book is a fantastic addition
and is amazing value for money.
I would highly recommend this book!
I received this book to review.
However all opinions expressed are my own.
No monies were exchanged.