5 Great Crochet Books
In this post i’ll be sharing some great books that I’ve discovered over the years.
The first book I want to share is Stitch ‘n Bitch Crochet - The Happy Hooker by Debbie Stoller. When I first learned to knit I read the author‘s other book (Stitch ‘n Bitch) and found it so helpful that when I decided to learn to crochet I bought this book straightaway.
I found crochet really difficult to pick up, but that all changed once I read this book! It’s got great step by step pictures and instructions that would be useful to all crocheters. I still refer to it when I come across a stitch I’m not sure of.
The second book that I wanted to share was Mindful Crochet. It’s a great one for diving into when you need a project to hook away the stress. I especially love the mandala design on the front cover.
I was sold on the 3D Granny Squares book as soon as I spotted a rainbow and a sheep square on the cover! This is an excellent book if you love granny squares and want to up your game. With 100 designs to choose from you’ll easily be able to find a 3D square to suit your project.
Crochet: The Complete Step-by-Step Guide is another great book to keep handy to refer back to. It does a great job of explaining techniques you need to know as well as having a great selection of patterns.
As a huge fan of unicorns, I had to have Unicorns, Dragons and More Fantasy Amigurumi! The patterns in this book are so cute and well explained. I don’t normally enjoy hooking toys but I made an exception for this book!