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Vogue® Knitting on the Go! Crocheted Scarves
Scarves are the perfect take-along crochet project. They’re small enough to stuff into a tote, there’s no fussing about fit, and they’re ideal for using up leftover yarn or splurging on a luxury skein. The 25 designs included here range from classic and elegant to fun and funky, with projects suitable for complete novices as well as veterans who are truly “hooked” on croch ...more
Hardcover, 88 pages
Published March 1st 2004 by Sixth&Spring Books
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Dec 09, 2014 Sarah Lee rated it it was amazing
Lots of great scarf ideas, and if you liked this book check out the second one! Some I think might be hard for me, but others I think will be easy. Will be referring back to this often as I expand my skills and learn more!
The patterns are pretty nice, especially the one shown on the cover, but the book's patterns could use more description, or maybe accompanying symbol patterns. I think I am more of a visual person, and have difficulties picturing what exactly the pattern is asking for. If this applies to you as well, have patience, or try another pattern book.
Some very interesting patterns here. I've tried one with good success. I bought the book for the cover scarf and have started it, but haven't finished it yet. I bought a yarn that was too chunky, so I will wait before I review it and base my review on the appropriate yarn. There are some very intricate and cute scarves in this book.
Many of the designs in this book are interesting and fun. I learned stitches which I was able to incorporate into afghans and my general crocheting. I will say, however, that the directions were not always as clear as I needed them to be. Great book for inspiration and for some of the patterns.
I borrowed this book from the library for 2 specific scarf patterns. The plaid scarf pattern I'm using for my 2012 Special Olympics scarf. I also really liked the Spoke Motif Scarf but am working out a curtain idea using this motif instead of a scarf.