New Book Review

My older sister arrived yesterday for a visit! Since she's a librarian, she is really in-the-know on books and book websites. She just found a really good website and...they gave The Chicks with Sticks Guide to Crochet a really nice review.

Here's the review:
The Chicks with Sticks Guide to Crochet
A full color introduction to the craft of crochet, with 30 patterns.

Review: I am a dedicated knitter and have never really understood the appeal of crochet–until I started thumbing through the
Chicks With Sticks: Guide to Crochet. The patterns are gorgeous and I found at least four things I want to make immediately. I’m particularly drawn to the flower-shaped washcloths, which would be perfect for using some cotton yarn in my stash.
The illustrations make the stitches very easy to understand. The patterns are arranged in order of complexity, with each one chosen to teach you a new technique. The sidebars are filled with really useful tips. And each pattern comes with modification recommendations to help develop you as a designer as well as a crafter.
I can’t believe I’m saying this, but this book might just lure me to the dark side of crochet. Crazy, I know, but I like to live on the edge. Now, if you’ll excuse me, I’ve got to get back to watching So You
Think You Can Dance.

You can pick up the book at Amazon - and please leave a review!