From Bonnets to Bearskin Rugs . . . Sweet Crochet Projects for Baby & Family
Create something extra special for the baby, toddler or child in your life with Jennifer Dougherty’s new book of better-than-boutique patterns. Find the same gorgeous textures and stylish designs that made her first book, Crochet Style, a hit with makers everywhere, this time for little ones of all ages. If you’re looking for a baby shower gift parents will treasure, choose from a selection of chic bonnets, beautiful blankets, creative car seat covers and more. Make baby’s first photo shoot over-the-top adorable with Jennifer’s original, one-of-a-kind Faux Bearskin Nursery Rug pattern. The whole family can keep warm in style with quick cold weather designs, including sizes through adults.
This versatile collection for intermediate crocheters is one you’ll keep returning to for meaningful shower gifts, newborn photo props and cute toddler attire. Jennifer guides you through every step, providing tips, tricks and pointers for a perfect finished product without the guesswork. Each pattern combines sumptuous textures and delicate details with dependable construction for gorgeous, high-quality designs you won’t find anywhere else. These 30 timeless patterns, enhanced by your handmade touch, are sure to become one-of-a-kind family heirlooms.
About the Author
Jennifer Dougherty is a crochet pattern designer, the founder of the online shop Crochet by Jennifer and the author of Crochet Style. She lives with her husband and children in Hibbing, Minnesota.
“These adorable patterns will be instant heirlooms—a must for your next child, grandchild or baby shower!”—Tamara Kelly, author, designer and owner of Mooglyblog.com
“Jennifer’s newest book has me begging my friends to have more babies just so I can crochet all of these gorgeous projects for them!”—Emily Truman, editor-in-chief for Happily Hooked Magazine and Pattern Pack Pro
“Impeccable, flawless and timeless. Any project from this book is sure to bring joy to both the crocheter and the recipient.”—Marly Bird, crochet and knitwear designer, national spokesperson for Red Heart Yarns and host of the Yarn Thing podcast