Crochet at Work contains 20 fun, customisable dolls to crochet you choose the skin and hair colour, hairstyle, gender and outfit. Each doll has been dressed in clothing that reflects an aspirational career, so they're perfect for adults wanting to crochet for little ones who say, When I grow up, 'I want to be a...'. Once you've learned the basic principles and techniques involved in crocheting the dolls, you can create any outfit you like.
With comprehensive tools, materials and techniques sections, illustrated with helpful photographs, beginners will be able to enjoy the projects as much as experienced crocheters. AUTHOR: Kate McCully started her craft business 'Make Me Roar' in 2008 when she made a sock monkey for her boss who had just gone on maternity leave. She went on to create a range of sock-monster making kits and opened an online store with her husband, a graphic designer.
About the Author, Kate McCully
Kate McCully started her craft business - 'Make Me Roar' - in 2008 when she made a sock monkey for her boss who had just gone on maternity leave. She went on to create a range of sock-monster making kits and opened an online store with her husband, a graphic designer. Kate says that one of the highlights of her crochet career so far was when she was selected to compete on Kirstie's Handmade Christmas. She lives in Eastbourne on the South Coast of the UK with her husband and two children.
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