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Crochet Scarves Fabulous Fashions Various Techniques by Sharon Hernes Silverman. Featuring 21 original scarf patterns in a variety of styles, colors, yarns, stitch patterns and techniques, beginning through experienced crocheters will enjoy this book. Each crochet pattern includes step-by-step instructions for every stitch used in the patterns, easy-to-follow symbol charts, and hundreds of detailed technique photos.
Sharon Silverman is a crocheter, designer, and the author of several books, including Crochet Pillows with Traditional and Tunisian Techniques, Tunisian Crochet and Basic Crocheting. She is a member of the Crochet Guild of America and a design member of The National NeedleArts Association. In addition to the books, her private line of patterns are available on Ravelry and a few designs are available through MyCrochetKits.com. You can find out more about Sharon on her website, www.sharonsilverman.com
Listen as Marly and Sharon discuss the choices made of yarn weights, techniques and more this book has to offer! The Swallowtail Cowl, worked in Tunisian honeycomb stitch caught Marly’s eye – how about you? Woven yarn is not just for knitters, as shown in the Marabou scarf! Sharon also talks about some of her favorite projects: Crisp Green Apple and the Classic Plaid was a rewarding project and worth all the stitches!
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This podcast is sponsored by: Knitter’s Magazine, Craftsy, Fiesta Yarns, Kollage Yarns and Bijou Basin Ranch.
Jan Smith says:
Marly — Thanks for doing the podcast with Crochet Scarves. I’m a competent beginner at crochet, but get hopelessly confused when I crochet something that’s not square. Even with charts, I have trouble getting the right number of stitches in a row. I used to know how to do Tunisian crochet I think (30 years ago what I did was called afghan stitch), but I’ve lost it. Your conversation with Sharon gave me some confidence to try to increase my skill level — and I’ve ordered Crochet Scarves to help me get there. — Jan