Celebrate National Crochet Month with a new book

What better way to celebrate National Crochet Month than by learning some new skills and techniques? Take advantage of our 15% off sale and get one (or more!) of these helpful books to get started.

Learn to crochet socksDid you think that socks were only for knitters? Crocheters can get in on the fun too with Learn to Crochet Socks for the Family! Learn to make several different styles of socks, and soon you’ll find yourself making them for everyone you know. Socks work up quickly and they are always a welcome gift, so grab your copy of this book today!

Tunisian crochet baby blanketsDive into Tunisian crochet by making a simple yet impressive baby blanket. Tunisian Crochet Baby Blankets will teach you the basics of this fun crochet variation. Once you’ve mastered the stitches, make one of these 8 stunning designs for a little one in your life. There is no need to limit yourself to baby blankets because the patterns in this handy guide will make beautiful afghans too.

Filet afghansSpeaking of afghans, Filet Afghans features beautiful blanket patterns using simple filet crochet. You can create an entire world of designs using this easy technique, and this book includes charts for basic designs as well as more intricate ones.

What new crochet skills are you eager to learn? We love hearing what you’re making and learning, so visit us on Facebook to let us know. Don’t forget – we will be featuring giveaways in honor of National Crochet Month every Friday in March, so follow us on Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram as well to quadruple your chances of winning!

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