Are you a Crochet Beginner?
Are you finding it hard to follow patterns?
Do you feel like you’ve been left out & are getting frustrated as there are SO many lovely patterns in magazines, books & on the internet that you want to make?
Then this IS the book for you
Available from Amazon – UK Version
“Using a Traffic Light Crochet Teaching System, Ali will take Crochet Beginners through a series of projects that are written in easy to understand patterns, which will help to build confidence in pattern reading & Crochet techniques. Beginners are often left to fend for themselves when it comes to pattern reading, once they’ve learnt a few basic stitches & this could break a newly self taught or newly taught crocheters confidence. By purchasing this book, you will not only learn to read patterns more confidently, but you’ll learn lots of simple tips & tricks along the way, which you will take with you and your crochet forever & hopefully pass your newly learnt knowledge on to others too! You will also learn to Crochet confidently in Rows & Rounds, Crochet socks, Hats, Granny Squares & lots more, including colour changes, joining methods & finishing touches. There are 10 easy to follow pattern projects incorporating her Crochet Traffic Light system, that have all been designed by Ali, who has successfully taught these patterns to many pupils in the last few years with GREAT results. You will need to know the basic stitches and have a chunky /bulky weight wool /yarn & a Size K or 6mm hook to get started in your next crochet journey – from Beginner to Improver! .”
And this is what Sara Duggan AKA Momwithahook posted on my blog comments yesterday….
Thanks Ali. I do mean it when I think your book is a resource. Your unique way of teaching via the Red, Amber, and Green light technique helps even someone like me who has been crocheting since ’09.
The following well regarded Crocheters that I hold in high esteem, have kindly reviewed my book (s) and here are the links
Wink – A Creative Being: http://winkieflash.nl/2013/10/24/book-review-crochet-beginners/
Guest Blog Posts:
Sedruola at Yarn Obsession: http://yarnobsession.com/crochet-beginners-want-improve-guest-post/
Patrice from Yarn over Pull Through: http://www.yarnoverpullthrough.com/how-i-got-hooked-on-crochet