Last Updated on December 29, 2017 by ellen
My daughter learned how to crochet last year and has been looking for a few simple crochet patterns to make as gifts for friends. She didn’t want anything too complicated because she doesn’t have hours to put into a project. With 365 crochet patterns, I knew that there would be some she’d enjoy. Thank you to the author for sponsoring this post and providing a copy of it for review.
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365 Crochet Patterns for 365 Days
Do you love to crochet, but you don’t have a lot of time to get involved with big projects? This doesn’t mean that you can’t still enjoy your favorite hobby. All you need to do is find patterns that you can make up in a few hours. There are loads of great patterns out there that you can whip up easily while you’re sitting around watching television, riding in a car on a long trip, or in your spare time (if you actually have any).
In this 365 Days of Crochet e-book, we are giving you a whole year’s worth of patterns, and each one can be made in a single day. In fact, you can make many of these patterns in a couple of hours or less, although you may want to set aside 5-6 hours if you plan on trying some of the bigger projects like blankets and ponchos.
I was particularly drawn to this craft book because there are so many simple projects to choose from. Each project has the necessary materials and step-by-step directions to explain what to do. If you need photos, you can refer to the back of the book for more detail. The projects are separated by month which is especially helpful if you’re looking for a project for Easter or Valentine’s Day because you know right where to look. The back of the book also contains a helpful crochet hook conversion chart, a tips and tricks section, and a crochet pattern mini ebook. I’ve already mentioned to her that I could use a few new crochet dishcloths so I think that is where she’ll start. A great ebook for someone who has basic crocheting knowledge and wants to try a few new projects.
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