Tunisian Crochet for Baby

Tunisian Crochet for Baby

Tunisian Crochet for BabyTunisian Crochet for Baby
By Sharon Silverman
Gifted by Stackpole Books
www.stackpolebooks.com
Reviewed by Jeanette Benoit, Editor of AllFreeCrochet.com

 

The next time you have a baby shower to attend, turn to Tunisian Crochet for Baby by Sharon Silverman. This crochet pattern book includes some of the cutest patterns ever to crochet for baby.

Whether you're looking to crochet something cute or practical (or both), this book truly has it all. Not only are the patterns irresistibly cute, but the crochet instructions are flawless, as well. Sharon Silverman not only gives expert directions, but she also shares tips and advice that will help you complete your crochet pattern.

Tunisian crochet can be considered an intermediate crochet skill, which makes it critical for the crochet instructions to be crystal clear. Inside Tunisian Crochet for Baby, you'll get clear instructions, as well as step-by-step photos. If you need an extra refresher, simply refer to the Skills Refresher or Special Stitches chapters.

Whether you're looking to crochet a baby shower gift or make something for your own little bundle of joy, this book has definitely got it all. You'll find super cute clothes to crochet including the Honeycomb Pullover (pg. 10), Strappy Pants (pg. 53), Spring Poncho and Turban (pg. 101), and more. Make the Nursery Box and the Washcloth Quartet for the baby's nursery, or crochet the cozy Harlequin Blanket (pg. 73). For something with extra special sentiment, the precious Christening Gown, Bonnet, and Booties on page 34 are sure to become a family heirloom.

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