Your Ultimate Guide to Mastering Colorwork with Crochet
Creating gorgeous colorwork projects is so much easier than it looks! In this unparalleled guide, colorwork expert Claire Goodale walks you through three distinctive styles—Tapestry, Intarsia and Fair Isle—introducing each technique through bright,contemporary patterns. With clear step-by-step photos, smart tips and straightforward directions, Claire shatters the myth that impressive colorwork pieces are complicated—or possible only in knitting. You won’t believe how simple it is to pick up the essential skills to create unique designs.
Try out Tapestry Crochet with the Trailing Vines Cardigan, working beautiful fresh green leaves into your new favorite sweater. Use the Intarsia method to layer on the color with the Ombré Prism Wrap or add an outdoorsy motif with the Mountaintop Cowl. Fair Isle isn’t just for knitters! Work some Nordic style into your winter wardrobe with the beautiful Falling Snowflakes Hat and matching sweater. This is the only book you need to incorporate detailed patterns and fun shapes into beautiful, cozy accessories, sweaters and more. Your crochet practice is about to get a lot more fun!
About the Author
Claire Goodale is the founder of E’Claire Makery and has published over 50 popular, original designs on Etsy and Ravelry. Her work has been featured by companies such as Clover Needlecraft and Lion Brand Yarn. She lives in Fresno, California.
“Colorwork isn’t only for knitters! Claire leads crocheters by the hand and shows them all the possibilities of crocheting in color. This book is a keeper for your crochet library.”
-Heather Mann, host of the WeCrochet Podcast
“If you want to master colorwork crochet this book is a must. With clear instructions and beautiful, inspiring patterns you’ll be hooking in color in no time.”
-Sarah Huntington, editor at Simply Crochet magazine
“If you’ve ever felt hesitant to give colorwork a try, now is the time to dive in! You’re going to love recreating these gorgeous designs—with an added bonus of wowing your friends when you do!”
-Pamela Grice, founder of Crochetpreneur®