Boho Crochet - 30 Hip and Happy Projects - NO LONGER AVAILABLE / OUT OF PRINT

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Discover a vibrant collection of crocheted projects that exemplify a bohemian spirit. Whether you're new to the crochet scene or already an expert, you'll be inspired to create original pieces featuring vintage motifs in contemporary color combinations.

  • Express yourself with cool and unconventional projects
  • Make blankets, pillows, coasters, bags and fashion accessories, and much, much more
  • Learn the basics with step-by-step photos; then find your crochet groove with easy-to-follow patterns

Available to customers in the U.S. and Canada only.
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8.5" x 8.5"
Format Description:
full color; softcover w/lay-flat binding
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Publication Date:
February 17th, 2015
Return Info:
This title is out of print; Returns accepted in resale condition only until August 5th, 2019
Boho Crochet presents more than 30 colorful crochet projects to catch your attention - including beautiful mandalas, purses, bags, scarves, blankets, wraps, accessories, a floor rug, a table runner...I love the trendy designs and all of the colors included.

The color in this book makes me happy just to browse through the pages!

Projects are easily classified into 4 experience levels and the techniques section included at the back of Boho Crochet outlines all the stitches and knowledge you will need to recreate the lovely designs.

All the yarns used in Boho Crochet are outlined at the very end of the book.

I have many favourites - but if I were asked my three favourites are: Flower Power Runner, Star Fruit Rug and Annie Blanket.

Number of Pages: 147 pages
Number of Projects: 30+
Types of Projects: Home & Fashion (afghans, pillows, scarves, hats, bags, and more.)
Difficulty: The difficulty rating for these projects are – Beginner, Intermediate, Accomplish, & Advanced. The book has project of all levels, but the majority of them seem to be beginner and intermedite.
Yarn Used: This book did a great job of including projects from each yarn weight category. The patterns themselves only list the weight yarn used for the project, not the brand, but the back of the book does include a section that tells you what kind of yarn was used for each project. The only downfall I noticed is that the back of the book lists what kinds of yarns were used, but it doesn’t tell you what weight the brand is. I didn’t recognize all the brands, so I had to go back and look to see what weight it was. Not a huge deal, I think it just may have been more convenient to have all that info in the same place.
First Impression: Lots of color!
Review: Not only are there over 30 patterns in this book, but by changing your color options it makes endless possibilities! While there are a few exceptions (ex: afghans) the majority of the projects will work up quickly. Martingale has included stitch help, with color photos, along with general information (gauge, terms, abbreviations).
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