Irish Crochet Motifs Book Review.
Find patterns for more than 100 Irish Crochet Motifs and insertions.
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Title: Irish Crochet Motifs
Designer: Kathryn White
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Irish Crochet Motifs
This helpful book will teach you how to make Irish Crochet Motifs. Both traditional motifs and updated motifs have been included (where possible).
The traditional motifs use padding cords and/or padded rings. The updated motifs do not use padding cords, or padded rings. The patterns will list either, Traditional or Updated. If it doesn’t list either, then it works for either method.
If the pattern lists PR you will need padding rings, if the pattern lists PC you will need padded cords.
All the motifs in the book use size-10 crochet cotton and a 1.65 mm steel hook except for the fourth motif in overlays (used size-20 crochet cotton and a 1.25 mm steel hook).
Helpful notes have been included, such as for the bullion stitch and clones knot, using an inline crochet hook may make it easier to draw through all the loops. So be sure to read the Overview section at the beginning of the book.
The difficulty levels range from easy to experienced.
Stitches and Techniques
- padding cords and rings
- bullion stitches
- clones knots
- picots, picot loops
- top-stitching and joining
- 25 flower motifs (Irish Rose, carnation, daisy, etc.)
- 14 different leaf styles
- 12 different motifs (scrolls, wheels, fans, spokes, medallions, shamrocks and trefoils)
Edgings and Insertions
- 14 different types of edgings
- 8 different embellishments (acorn, spirals and beads)
- layering of motifs and shapes
- 6 styles of fill-in lace
- how to put all the motifs together and how to make fill-in lace to connect the motifs
Squares and Motifs
- 5 different motifs
The basic stitch guide is provided at the very end of the eBook beginning on page 94. If you need additional help you can check out Annie’s Online Stitch Guide.
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The irish crochet is so beautiful! ♥️
Thanks for reviewing, it actually looks worthwhile to get!
I’d say this one is my “love the most” book. ☺
Irish crochet is so beautiful! Thank you for your review. It’s always good to know whether a new book will actually teach you or be a waste.
Very helpful review, the book seems like it’s worth building skills for.
Wow this book is beautiful. I may have to invest in this one.
Honestly, I have never seen anything like this. I’ve made a couple doilies but this looks so much more Intricate than I think I could master. So interesting though.
I have the Irish Crochet Motifs book and the designs are absolutely lovely.
This is something I would definitely love to learn how to do.
I love Irish crochet. This book has a lot of things I have never done before. Sounds like a good book.
Such pretty motifs and it actually sounds like a book a beginner would learn from!!
Irish motifs are so pretty and I appreciated this review as to traditional and updated patterns noted.
Such elegant designs!
I’ve always thought Irish lace would be too difficult. I had no idea about padded cords and rings. That changes things.
These are so pretty and delicate. I wonder if I’ll ever have the patience to make them tho.
Such intricate motifs!
I love this type of motifs. They are very versatile and absolutely gorgeous.
I would like to see you review Quick & Easy Crochet Cloches Pattern, I’m really into hats right now.
Thanks Rhonda for all the wonderful resources you share and I’ve recommended your website as the go to for crocheting know how. Happy 😄 yarning.
I’m very excited about the Irish Crochet Motifs. I hope to win this awesome resource.
I would like to see a review of Sleepy Time Friends Crochet Pillows book. These would make great gifts and would appeal to children of all ages.
Hola! Es dificil decidirse entre tantas opciones y tan lindas pero creo que me gustaría saber que tal es el de Hot Mats. Muchas gracias! Suerte para todas! 🍀
I love the ‘Doily Afghans Crochet’ patterns book! Looks interesting 😀
I would love to see a review of one, or all of the snowflake pattern books (Crocheted Snowflakes, Ornamental Snowflakes, 101 Snowflakes).
Please review My Sleepytime Friends.
Thank you so much for a chance to win the Irish Crochet Motifs Book.
I just entered the give away! I’m always looking for new it’s crochet. I so hope I win!!!
I have been trying to find instuctions for this crochet.. want to learn it as my grandma made some real pretty things butnever had a pattern.
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I like the Ripe Stitches book