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Edward’s Menagerie: The New Collection

50 animal patterns to learn to crochet

Kerry Lord

Pavilion

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ISBN: 9781911624905

Price: £16.99

Publication date: 3 October 2019

Category: Knitting & Crochet

Enter a whole new world of 50 animal crochet patterns from bestselling author Kerry Lord. 

Crochet your way through this new collection of easy-to-make amigurumi characters – from a philosophical sloth and a chess-playing armadillo to a very fluffy Angora bunny who loves her job in customer service.

Learn to improve your crochet techniques, working up from the beginner projects through to the more challenging later patterns. Each animal uses only basic stiches and there’s step-by-step instructions that mean this is the perfect book to learn to crochet. Each animal follows Kerry’s basic standard form, so if you can make one animal from the book, you can learn to make them all.

Level one patterns: Hare; Alpaca; Tapir; Camel; Wombat; Kangaroo; Buffalo; Warthog. 
Level two patterns: Woodmouse; Meerkat; Oryx; Rat; Arctic Hare; Mouse; Beaver; Quokka; Ox; Possum; White Tiger; Three-toed Sloth; Platypus; Mole; Black and White Ruffed Lemur; Echidna; Tasmanian Devil. 
Level three patterns: Arctic Fox; Reindeer; Chinchilla; Moose; Giant Anteater; Fennec Fox; Llama; Baboon; Badger; Gibbon; Okapi; Otter; Fallow Stag; Angora Rabbit; Sloth Bear; Leopard; Muskox; Boer Goat; Shire Horse; Armadillo; Snow Leopard; Skunk; Flying Fox; Lynx; Red Panda.

ABOUT THE Author

Kerry Lord is the founder and creative director of the TOFT luxury yarn brand. The yarn brand was born in September 2006, a product of the successful and established family business the Toft Alpaca Stud farm. Kerry is the author of Edward’s Crochet ImaginariumEdward’s Crochet Doll Emporium, Edward’s Menagerie: Dogs and Edward’s Menagerie: The New Collection. She lives in Rugby with her husband, children and dog.

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REVIEWS

'A lovely collection of cleverly designed, adorable projects'

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'Kerry has perfectly crafted every animal again’