Continuous Crochet: Create Seamless Sweaters, Shrugs, Shawls and More–with Minimal Finishing!

Beautiful and stylish wearables don’t have to be complicated – with Continuous Crochet, Kristin Omdahl teachers readers how to work up beautiful and seamless clothing and accessory pieces, all made using the basic crochet stitches you’re already familiar with. Choose from garments like sweaters and shrugs as well as accessories such as hats, cowls or shawls, all which will help you stand out in the crowd. Each design is great for beginners without being overly simple, so pick up your hook and start crocheting!

Paperback, 144 Pages, $22.99, 978-1632501653

  • Elizabeth G.

    No, it should not be hard to switch yarn. Usually you should change in the last stitch in a row if you can. It’s a lot easier. Just when you are about to yarn over and finish the stitch, yarn over with the new color and continue as before. You should give the old color’s tail a tug before you go on any further so it will tighten up and look like the stitches before it.


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