New Crochet Book
My latest book is out in the UK and America!
The US title is “40 Colorful Afghans to Crochet” and is published by St Martins Griffin. Order your copy now from here if you are in America
Get your hooks out for my hexagon crochet book!
A delightful collection of hexagons to crochet in bright and inspiring colourways. With 75 designs from which to choose, a further 50 vibrant colour variations, as well as five eye-catching projects to try, there’s plenty here to spark the imagination.
Each design comes with a clear written pattern, an easy-to-follow chart, and a large photograph. Ranging from simple to more advanced in skill level, simply pick your favourite hexagon and get crocheting, or mix and match designs to create your own unique project.
Containing a step-by-step guide to all the basic crochet techniques and advice on how to design your own projects, this wonderfully illustrated book will appeal to beginners and more experienced crocheters alike.
Published by Search Press
75 Colourful Hexagons to Crochet – ISBN: 978-1-78221-300-0
Published by St Martin’s Griffin
75 Colorful Hexagons to Crochet – ISBN: 978-1-250–7434-8
Published by Sally Milner Publishing
75 Colourful Hexagons to Crochet – ISBN: 978-1-86351-484-2
South African Edition
Published by Struik Lifestyle
75 Colourful Hexagons to Crochet – ISBN: 978-1-43230-572-7
100 Colourful Ripple Stitches to Crochet
A book of 100 crochet ripple patterns. I had so much fun, and a little bit of hair pulling, designing the ripples in this book. I hope you enjoy making them! Remember to post your projects on Ravelry and my Facebook page, I love to see them.
The US version of my Ripple Stitches book is available from Macmillan and the UK version of my Ripple Stitches book is available from Search Press. You can also buy them on amazon.com and amazon.co.uk and other book retailers.
100 Bright & Colourful Granny Squares to Crochet
I loved working on my first crochet book so much! I hope you all enjoy the patterns.
The granny square book has been translated into other languages too. Don’t forget to post your finished projects on Ravelry and my Facebook page. I love seeing what folks make!