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Debbie Does Crochet Debbie Stoller, The Knitting Superstar, Has Been Leading An Entire Movement Of Hip Young Knitters With Her New York Times BestsellerStitch N Bitch And Its Follow Up, Stitch N Bitch Nation, Together With Over , Copies In Print But Guess What For Every One Knitter In The World There Are Three Crocheters Which Translates Into Millions Of Hip, Crafty, To Year Olds Ready To Be Happy Hookers With Stitch N Bitch Attitude, Sexiness, Ingenuity, And Cool Written In The Author S Cheeky Chick Style, This Heavily Illustrated Book Featuring Four Color Photographs And Instructional Illustrations Throughout Is Chock Full Of Instruction, Inspiration, And To Die For Designs, From A Fishnet Skullcap To A Lacy Evening Wrap For Knitters And New Crafters Exploring The Hook Comes The Primer The Advantages Of Crochet And The Ways In Which Knitters And Nonknitters Benefit By Learning This Sister Craft A Discussion Of Tools All The Cool Yarns Available, And What The Different Gauges Mean Plus Basic Techniques And Stitch Patterns Including The Chain Stitch, Picot, Flowers, Filet Crochet, Changing Yarns, And Finishing Then Come Fabulous, Funky Projects The Kind That Make Stitch N Bitch Rule For Crocheters Pom Pom Capelet, Retro Clutch Purse, Anarchy Irony Hat, Ms Pac Man Change Purses, Doris Daymat, Va Va Va Voom Bikini, Animal I Pod Cozies, Kid S Sock Monkey Poncho No, These Aren T Your Grandma S Doilies


10 thoughts on “Stitch 'N Bitch Crochet: The Happy Hooker

  1. says:

    A good book for a skinny bitch if you re interested in crocheting clothes Debbie Stoller s book tends to be a little bit size ist, but that s pretty standard for pattern books these days Still, the accessories are great and very fun to crochet I did the First Aid Purse for my cousin Alex who s going to nursing school, and it was a huge hit In general, I d say it s a book worth owning, at any stage or skill level Stoller has chosen designs that are attractive and entertaining, some very challenging, and very few are real duds It definitely belongs in any crochet library.


  2. says:

    I got this book yesterday, and cannot put it down I started crocheting a month ago, confused but determined to learn The last day I have had epiphanies regarding crocheting all thanks to this book As Debbie Stoller says herself, many books on crocheting are confusing than helpful, lacking basic information such as the fact that one usually crochets through the two top loops and not one, as I did for my first month of crocheting believing I was doing it correctly Debbie has made an awesome book for beginners, explaining the basic stitches in a simple and humoristic manner.While I have read on that her patterns contains errors I have not yet tried any of them, but they look cool , the explanations on how to crochet are alone worth buying this book My best book buy in ages


  3. says:

    I adore this book If you want to learn to crochet, or, if you ve already got the basics, or heck, if you re really flippin good and just want a project to work on, this is the book for you I ve gotten several people hooked on crochet via this book One caveat, if you have an early printing, there may be some errors, but you can go to Debbie Stoller s website, and all edits are posted.


  4. says:

    This book has been invaluable to me while I have been learning the basics of crochet and expanding my skills I bought the book already knowing the basic chain, single and double crochet stitches and the lengthy primer with diagrams and photos helped me put that knowledge into context and build upon it After a few scarves and a beanie hat I tried making granny squares which led to an afghan.I m currently working on the Short n Sweet bolero which, while advanced than anything I have tried before, is well explained and logical The pictures are lovely and the gauge sections, yarn recommendations and ideas for notions and alterations are all hugely helpful.I have encountered people who learn in a far visual way than me, and for those people I would suggest not giving up on book learning, but instead supplementing it with videos and step by step picture tutorials, both of which are readily available online Personally, I find that if I m struggling I am best served by turning to a diagram, something this book has in abundance, but others may find that frustrating.


  5. says:

    If you are a beginning crocheter this is the perfect book for you It explains all stitches in detail In fact, it is the only crochet book I have ever come across that explains where exactly to put your needle and which strand s to pick up It talks about tools, different kinds of yarn and techniques It shows you how to crochet buttons and button holes, adding tassels, making pompons and how to finish your work with easy to follow instructions and clear illustrations.The second part is a number of projects and patterns Scarves, bags, tops, hats and caps, blazers and jackets, it is all there There is one jacket in particular by Suzanne Kats called FrouFrou which looks absolutely stunning I d love to have that but am probably too impatient to make.There are patterns for everyone, beginners as well as experienced crocheters It is such fun browsing through this book or even read it from cover to cover in one go.Highly recommended


  6. says:

    I just made the mohair capelet thingie and it s pretty nice but it s a little weird in the back because it s increased all around so the back isn t flat I get cranky when patterns could be better But, it s my first finished crochet thing and I used dc, tr, made shells and it only took 2 days Go me The instructions in the front of this book are awesome for reference My hand hurts now, though Might make one of the cardigans but I m wary of patterns that require one to make several pieces and then put them togther And my hand will hurt.


  7. says:

    A good book for someone beginning crochet or someone a little bit advanced Check the errata before starting any projects It s riddled with mistakes.


  8. says:

    I ve had the knitting version for years even though I ve not caught the knitting bug but hadn t read the crochet one Picked it up through Kindle Unlimited and zoomed through it Really enjoyed the historical information That was my favorite part I can t see myself making anything from the patterns included but still enjoyed the book.


  9. says:

    Good started book Breaks things down really well


  10. says:

    This book is amazing If there were a better word for it, I would use it but one doesn t exist so I m going to make one up Stupendiferous Debbie Stoller does it again with her instalment on crochet, adding to her numerous knitting books.As a complete newbie approaching crochet, it was very daunting until my friend lent me a copy of The Happy Hooker The diagrams and descriptions are just perfect when you re coming into a new craft like this I needed things lined up plain and simple, and Stoller achieved it As if that weren t enough, she also includes a plethora of newbie friendly crochet patterns in the second half of the book You really won t find a better how to crochet book out there I don t think one exists This is all you need Here s a hook and some yarn now get hooking