Crochet At Play


Crochet At Play

Crochet at PlayCrochet At Play
Provided by: Running Press
Reviewed by: Jeanette Benoit


Crochet At Play by Kat Goldin is a must-have for your crochet library if you have kids in your life. Inside this wonderful book, you will find a collection of fun hats, clothes, and toys for kids. These 30 original crochet designs include patterns for kids of all ages (newborns, toddlers, and young children), so there is definitely a little bit of something for everyone. For the adult-aged kid at heart, you may even want to make some of these crochet patterns for yourself! Although all of the patterns are designed with kids in mind, it probably is not too difficult to adjust these patterns for adults.

Embrace your child's wild and crazy imagination with this wonderfully creative crochet book. This 144-page pattern book includes some of the most playful patterns ever such as hedgehog mittens and a wolf cardigan. Does your little boy dream of being a magician? Turn that dream into a reality with the Wizard Ha (pg. 47). Work up the Glass Slippers (pg. 67) for your little Cinderella-in-training, or the Mermaid Tail for your mini-Ariel. 

Crochet at Play features full-page color photographs, detailed instructions, tips for getting started, and techniques and basic stitch tutorials if you need a refresher. It's organized into four chapters: Head and Shoulders (capes and wizard hats), Fingers, Knees, and Toes (ballet slippers), Whole Self (wolf cardigan), and Play Room (star rug, octopus pillow). It's definitely a fun book to have if you're a crafty parent or relative.

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