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Book: Tunisian Crochet for Baby
Author: Sharon Silverman
Publisher: Stackpole Books
Recently I had the chance to check out a reviewer’s copy of Tunisian Crochet for Baby by Sharon Silverman.
What’s my favorite thing about this book? Tunisian stitch diagrams! I’m a huge fan of crochet diagrams in general, and I’m psyched that this book takes the time to chart out the Tunisian patterns too!
My favorite project is the Checkerboard Blanket. I can easily envision a larger version of that in my living room.
You can learn Tunisian entrelac with the Harlequin Blanket, and make the cutest little Thumbless Mittens. Check out pictures of all the patterns on the online look book.
If your Tunisian skills are a little rusty, don’t worry. The book has great, step-by-step photos for the stitches that are used.
Thanks to Stackpole Books, you have a chance to win your own copy of Tunisian Crochet for Baby. Just leave a comment here by Monday, September 22nd (11:59pm EDT) telling me what you like about Tunisian crochet. Open to US residents only.
I love all things Tunisian. I have been teaching a Tunisian entrelac class to make a baby blanket and I have to keep adding beginning and baby blanket classes! They keep filling up. It is so much fun to teach and I can’t get enough Tunisian patterns! I want more adult sweater pattens!
I like the endless variety of crochet and knitting techniques and stitches and Tunisian is just one more method in which to become proficient. Oh the textures! Oh the diversity!
I love the draping of the fabric.. I have made four shawls using Tunisian stitches. I gave one to a friend who wore it at a needlepoint conference- every body asked about it. I would love the book so I could have more stitches to work.