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Follow-up to the eagerly awaited Alexandra’s Garden Flowers. Here are 30 friendly vegetables waiting to be brought to life by hook and yarn. The array includes orange Pumpkin, yellow Corn on the Cob and red Cherry Tomatoes.
A book for crafters and gardeners alike, from hugely popular author Kerry Lord. Thirty super-cute yarn flowers are yours to crochet, complete with step-by-step instructions and tips on all the techniques you need to make and finish off. ‘Cro’ your own garden from winter Snowdrop to summer Rose.
Originally a follow-up to the outstandingly successful Blankets and Throws, the newly reformatted Cosy Throws & Blankets (previously published as More Blankets and Throws) has over 100 different blanket squares that can be knitted up to create a dozen unique blankets or throws in a variety of styles.
Finally, there’s a headwear solution for fashionable felines – and a practical use for accumulated shed hair. Cats in Hats contains step-by-step instructions for constructing stylish hats out of excess fur, so your cat will soon be the belle of the furball as they transform into a magical unicorn, ferocious lion or even a birthday cake!
Stuart Hillard is on a mission to help quilters all over the world realize their quilting dreams and prove “it ain’t what you do, it’s the way that you do it” – one simple shape at a time.
Dog lovers will go barking wild for this addition to the popular Edward's Menagerie series, with 65 beginner-friendly patterns for crocheting adorable pups.
The exciting follow-up to the bestselling Harry Potter Knitting Magic, this volume offers 28 new and official patterns for knits ranging from spellbinding stuffed toys to cosy Hogwarts house apparel to all-new costume replicas – including bewitching projects inspired by the Fantastic Beasts films!
It’s time to enjoy more bare-bottomed fun from Woolly Bush. Bernard and Barbara invite you to the Woolly Bush Carnival and all that entails – there’s dancing round the maypole, a baking competition, vegetable growing, archery, farm animals and a dog show to enjoy.