Top 10 Crochet Books of 2015

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This year I reviewed more than 50 different crochet books.

Each book had something fantastic to offer! The books ranged in theme from amigurumi to garment construction.

If you have some time, you can browse through all of the books I had the privilege to review here: Reviews 2015

For those of you who are super busy here are my favorite 10 crochet books (in no particular order):

Top 10 Crochet Books of 2015

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The links below go to my review posts.

Big Book OF Little Amigurumi Crochet Books reviewed @OombawkaDesign

Title: The Big Book of Little Amigurumi
Author: Ana Paula Rimoli

Happy-Gurumi | Crochet Books Review @OombawkaDesign

Title: Happy-Gurumi, 20 Super Cute Amigurumi Toys to Crochet
Author: Vanessa Chan

Blueprint Crochet Sweaters | Book Review | Oombawka Design
Title: Blueprint Crochet Sweaters: Techniques for Custom Construction
Author: Robyn Chachula

Hooded Scarves, Book 2 | Review @OombawkaDesign

Title: Hooded Scarves, Book 2
Designs by: Lois J. Long

500 Crochet Stitches | SMP | Book Review oombawadesigncrochet.com

Title: 500 Crochet Stitches, The Ultimate Crochet Stitch Bible

Panel By Panel Afghans | Review | Oombawka Design

Title: Panel by Panel Afghans
Designs by: Becky Stevens

150 All Time Favorite Crochet Blocks | SMP Book Review

Title: 150 All-Time Favorite Crochet Blocks
Published By: St. Martin’s Griffin © 2015

Filet Afghans Book Review

Title: Filet Afghans
Author: Michele Mireau

Crochet Home | Book Review | Oombawka Design

Title: Crochet Home: 20 Vintage Modern Projects for the Home
Author: By Emma Lamb

DB1296_BohoCrochet

Title: Boho Crochet
Author: Marinke Slump

Designers: Amy Astle, Annemarie Benthem, Ruth Bramham, Ali Campbell, Susan Carlson, Sara Dudek, Carmen Heffernan, Dorien Hollewijn, Sandra Paul, Marinke Slump

Do you have a favorite Crochet Book you have purchased this year?

Or a Crochet Book on your Wishlist?

Please let me know in the comments!

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2 Comments

  1. Thanks for this list! I’m going to have to check some of these out.

  2. Wow, it truly is amazing how many different ways yarn can be twisted by a little hook!