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Pawlowski, Sarah

Summary: Crochet fun for everyone! Kids love to play grown-up, and with the crocheted toys in this book, they can pretend to be a doctor, hairdresser, carpenter, mail carrier, policeman, gardener, painter, or make-up artist. Quick and easy to crochet, the 80 patterns for fun-to-play-with items include such imaginative toys as a hair dryer, hammer and nails, carrots and other vegetables, watering can,...

Format: text

Publisher / Publication Date: Stackpole Books 2018

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Brauneis, Andrea

Summary: "Save yourself some purl rows and knit your wraps in the round! When working most traditional shawl patterns in rows, you work a "pattern" row, and then turn and purl the wrong side. But by knitting your shawls and scarves in the round, you are always knitting on the right side, so it is easy to work beautiful stranded, lace, texture, and even brioche patterns. Plus, it's so fast to keep...

Format: text

Publisher / Publication Date: Stackpole Books 2020

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1 available in Adult Non-fiction, Call number: 746.432 BRA

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