Synopses & Reviews
Projects ranging from one-of-a-kind hats, blankets, and cardigans to mermaid-tail sleeping bags, hedgehog mittens, ballet slippers, and toys for the play room make this an irresistible collection of crochet projects to make for babies and toddlers. The book is organized into four chapters for: Head and Shoulders (capelets, wizard hats); Fingers, Knees, and Toes (ballet slippers, hedgehog mittens); Whole Self (silver birch tunic, wolf cardigan); Play Room (star rug, sleepy octopus pillow). Photography of the 30 projects modeled on adorable tots throughout make the book truly precious. Suitable for crocheters of all abilities, Crochet at Play is a must-have for crafty parents, grandparents, and aunts.
Projects range from one-of-a-kind hats, blankets, and cardigans to mermaid-tail sleeping bags, hedgehog mittens, ballet slippers, and toys.
About the Author
started to sell her designs and finished projects online in 2011. She made a strong impact in the online craft community and has sold over 300 finished designs. Her crochet workshops in her home in Alloa, Scotland sell out within days of being announced. Her popular blog slugsontherefrigerator
has won the UKs MADS 2012 Blog of the Year and Best Blog Photography awards. Kat is originally from America and currently lives in Scotland with her husband and three children.