Flip the Mix-and-Match Crochet Patternsto Make and Dress Your Favourite People by Kerry Lord
Imagine if you could crochet your son's favourite footballer, make your granddaughter herself in her new uniform on the first day of school, or even gift your best friend her groom at her hen-party?
With this gorgeous and super clever spiral-bound, hard cover book, you can now make everyone you know whether old, young, bearded or bald (and then have a chance to turn dress them up into a ballerina, superhero, mermaid, astronaut, cowboy, or just plain ‘dad’ clothes if you fancy!).
Re-create your favourite people and then make them a limitless wardrobe with this amazing collection of mix-and-match doll patterns to uniquely combine hairstyles, clothing and accessories.
Personalise your dolls to capture your family, friends or favourite characters in crochet form, then dive into Edward’s dressing-up box and decide who your doll will be that day.
Complete with all the patterns, technical tuition and basic and advanced options, Edward's Emporium is perfect for both beginners and advanced crocheters to enjoy bringing these little people to life over and over again.
Paperback: 96 pages
Dimensions: 22.9 x 2.5 x 28.6 cm
Publisher: Pavilion Books (Oct 2017)
Kerry Lord - TOFT I believe in only using the best quality natural materials in order to deliver stunning results with maximum pleasure and ease throughout the making process. With a growing young family and expanding business, I find myself increasingly busy and so more than ever when I do grab time to make just for me, I want to ensure that the finished results will be super-soft, supple and long-lasting. I have always been motivated by the process itself of creating something with simply 250 metres and a pointy tool. The sense of satisfaction at the completion of a project is second to none, not to mention the psychological advantages to unwinding with a good ball of wool and with your hands engaged in creating. I established TOFT in order to share my knowledge and enthusiasm of the making process, and to show others just how easy it is. I accidentally designed ‘Edward’s Menagerie’ while attempting to make toys for my over-due unborn son. As a beginner crocheter very familiar with yarn and knitting needles, but very unfamiliar with this new craft, I rapidly discovered a seriously addictive hobby. Motivated by the feedback from other people when seeing my creations for the first time – first an elephant, and then a bunny - a whole new side to TOFT was born at the same time I became a new mum. #edsanimals are perfect for both complete beginners and the more experienced crafter. Each critter is fast to make and because the patterns following a limited number of stitches and techniques, it doesn’t take long before you find you can make them without too much concentration. The only warning I will give you is just how addictive making these characterful critters is! Half the people you show them to will want you to teach them how to crochet and the other half will want you to make them one (or a dozen)!