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Crochet your favorite characters, iconic outfits, delightful décor, and more from the beloved sitcom, Friends!
There’s nothing better than enjoying an activity with your friends! Gather yours and re-create iconic moments with this deluxe collection of over 25 official patterns for amigurumi, housewares, costume replicas, inspired apparel, and more both inspired by and pulled directly from the hit TV show, Friends. Featuring patterns for all skill levels, beautiful full-color photography, step-by-step instructions, and clearly presented charts and schematics, Friends: The One with the Crochet is the ultimate crocheter’s guide to the show that’s always been there for you.
PROJECTS FOR ALL SKILL LEVELS: This comprehensive, officially licensed guide includes fun projects for every skill level and a wide range of stitches and techniques.
STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS: Includes meticulous step-by-step instructions and easy-to-understand charts and schematics.
25+ ORIGINAL PATTERNS: More than 25 unique Friends-inspired patterns including patterns for amigurumi, housewares, costume replicas, inspired apparel and more.
GORGEOUS PHOTOS: With beautiful full-color photography and iconic images from the show, this is the perfect way to celebrate Friends.
COMPLETE YOUR FRIENDS COLLECTION: Also available are Friends: The Official Cookbook, Friends: The Official Central Perk Cookbook, Friends: The Official Recipe Journal, Friends: The Official Advent Calendar, Friends: Yellow Frame Softcover Notebook, and more!
About the Author
Lee Sartori is the crochet designer behind CoCo Crochet Lee, a guest host on the PBS/Create show Knit and Crochet Now, and a member of Annie’s Creative Studio. Lee’s passion is designing modern, wearable garments and amigurumi. Lee lives in Ontario, Canada, with her two children, husband, and bunny. You can find her on her blog and social media, where she posts fun takes on crochet.
A truly fun reference book for readers to use to make gifts for Friends lovers in their life or themselves
— Library Journal