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Crochet for Kids (eBook)

Crochet for Kids (eBook)

SKU# 077770

Sweaters for Infants, Girls, and Boys

Ann E. Smith

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Details
  • Product # 077770
  • Type PDF eBook
  • ISBN 978-1-60085-646-4
  • Published Date 2002
  • Pages 128
Imagine your little one having fun in the sun in a tank dress with goldfish and shells dangling from the border, waiting at the bus stop in a colorful cardigan with a matching mittens and scarf, or playing in the backyard in a sweater and coonskin hat reminiscent of Daniel Boone. And what new mother would not treasure a hand-made gift for her newborn, or a special gift for his birthday.

Designer Ann E. Smith has created a collection of more than 30 whimsical and creative designs. Crochet for Kids features 23 themes in all, each with adorable garments and accessories to match. Each project has complete patterns and instructions, features easy-care yarns, and is accessible for beginner to intermediate skill levels. In sizes from infants to toddlers to pre-teens, these projects will be as much fun for you to make as they will be for kids to wear.
Table of Contents
Abbreviations

Introduction

Techniques

DOWN BY THE SEA
Starfish Afghan
Ahoy!
Beach Treasures
Waves
Sailor Jacket
Quackers
Tortoise Tracks

COSTUME PARTY
Baby Dress
Bats!
Clown Romper
Highlander
English Schoolgirl Cape

WILD, WILD WEST
Western Jacket
Miner's Denim Pullover
Buffalo-Plaid Jacket
Pony Pullover
Daniel Boone Jacket
Boots & Lassos Tunic

HI HO! HI HO!
OFF TO SCHOOL WE GO

At the Bus Stop
Indian Summer Daze
Collared Cardigan
"In Crowd" Standout

Resources
Introduction
In tribute to the 1950s, this book is a journey through a kinder, gentler time: A time when families left each summer for a two-week vacation, possibly to the beach. A time when the children gathered around the radio on Saturday mornings to hear "You better not go out in the woods today, because today's the day the teddy bears have their picnic." A time when a TV western held the whole family captive for half an hour on Sunday evenings. And, lest we forget, it was a time when gathering school supplies and making school outfits filled the month of August.
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