Learn to Waterfall Crochet
Learn to Waterfall Crochet and how to add colors to your project with ease!
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Title: Learn to Waterfall Crochet
Designer: Joanne C. Gonzalez
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Current Price: $ 9.99* (electronic download)
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Learn to Waterfall Crochet Book Review
Learn to Waterfall Crochet includes 6 practice patterns that you can crochet to master this new technique.
The Waterfall Crochet technique will teach you how to add new yarn colors mid-row, without having to carry any unused / dropped colors of yarn behind your work. Instead, you will use chained spaces to create a lattice in the areas that you want to place your other yarn color and then return to those sections in future rows to add your other colors.
I recommend you read through the Waterfall Crochet Appendix and Tips section which is included at the end of the book (page 31) as it outlines how to read the patterns in the book and how to complete the new Waterfall Crochet Stitches.
The book also includes a 14-minute Learn to Waterfall Crochet Video which is added to your Annie’s Bookshelf under the “My Videos” tab when you purchase the book.
Waterfall Crochet Appendix & Tips
The Waterfall Crochet Appendix & Tips section begins on page 31 and includes explanations and step-by-step diagrams and images for the stitches referenced.
Examples of Stitches Used
W indicates you will use the Waterfall technique
5 indicates the number of rows the st will be worked over (i.e. 5 rows)
st indicates how the bottom of the stitch will be anchored (it is being anchored in a stitch)
W indicates you will use the Waterfall technique
2 indicates the number of rows the st will be worked over (i.e. 2 rows)
cs indicates it will be anchored in a chain space
The patterns are written in US crochet terms. The eBook is in full color, with full color images. Bold type and italics are used throughout to emphasize important headings and notes.
The Patterns included:
- Project 1: Dishcloth – EASY – Medium Weight Yarn  and 4 mm (G) hook. Size: 8 inches X 9 inches
- Project 2: Hot Pad – EASY – Medium Weight Yarn  and 5 mm (H) hook. Size: 8.5 inches X 11.5 inches
- Project 3: 3-Color Throw – INTERMEDIATE – Super Bulky Weight Yarn  and 6 mm (J) hook. Size: 48 inches X 56 inches
- Project 4: Table Runner – INTERMEDIATE – Medium Weight Yarn  and 5 mm (H) hook. Size: 14.5 inches X 28 inches
- Project 5: Plaid Throw – INTERMEDIATE – Medium Weight Yarn  and 5 mm (H) hook. Size: 42 inches X 52 inches
- Project 6: Diagonal Baby Blanket – INTERMEDIATE – Medium Weight Yarn  and 5.5 mm (I) hook. Size: 26 inches X 34 inches
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The basic stitch guide is provided on page 37. If you need additional help you can check out Annie’s Online Stitch Guide.
I love how the Waterfall Crochet Technique allows you to add additional colors to your project without needing to change your yarn colors mid-row. I think this would be a fun technique to use and apply in crochet. I especially love the Diagonal Baby Blanket and the Table Runner patterns.
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Love learning new techniques and the yarn in your current giveaway is in my opinion perfect to try this this one!
I didn’t know anything about this technique, it’s very interesting.
This book is different as it has stitches I haven’t learned yet. Interesting review. Thank you.
I’d love to be able to do this.
I love learning new stitches. I have been crocheting for 47 years and am always surprised by something new someone gas figured out. Lots of talented people!
What an interesting concept! I’ve never heard of this before but will definitely be exploring it. Thanks for the great review.
Another crochet technique that I’m willing to try. Thanks!
I’m always looking for new and interesting pattern stitches to crochet. I think this is something that looks fairly easy to make, while making the project look more difficult and intricate at the end. Score one for me!
Whoa! looks like a really different pattern…maybe fun too. Good choices to try too.
Wow, that looks like a really cool technique, I need to learn that!
Oops, I meant Lap throws for the Family!
I like to see a review of the Afghans for the Family or the Seamless Crochet books.
Im always looking to learn new stiches and patterns. These look amazing!
The review on the Waterfall Crochet is very helpful. Since it is the time of year for Holiday festivities I would like if you would review Angels Through The Years Crochet Pattern Book.
This book review for Learning to Waterfall Crochet makes me want to try it. I had never heard of it before reading this review. Thank you for the review and the opportunity to win the book!
What a beautiful pattern!
I would love to learn how to crochet socks. This book looks very helpful.
You’ve done a great job with this book review. Looks like there are some awesome stitches to learn.
My vote for next Annie’s book to review is 5o afghan stitches, toy food, or lap throws for the family.
How about Shaped Afghans Crochet Pattern Book? Would love to get that.