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Rustic Modern Crochet: 18 Designs Inspired by Nature [Copertina flessibile]

Yumiko Alexander

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33 di 33 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
4.0 su 5 stelle fun unusual crochet patters but check author's site for corrections 6 febbraio 2014
Di egoh - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato:Copertina flessibile|Acquisto verificato
The patterns in this book are a little different (more of an organic feel to the shapes?) than what I'm used to seeing and that led me to take a chance and buy it. I consider myself somewhere between a beginner and intermediate crocheter and have been able to follow the instructions and diagrams well.

One thing worth noting, the first pattern I chose to make was the Sea Flower wrap with instructions that had some mistakes (not all that uncommon for needlework publications--oopses happen). I checked the author's site (dandoh . com / pattern-errata) and found the corrections and penned them into my book. Worked like a charm.
22 di 23 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
3.0 su 5 stelle Kindle version of crochet book 3 febbraio 2014
Di Margaret A. Hosky - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato:Formato Kindle|Acquisto verificato
Because you cannot print images from a Kindle book, this version strips the crocheter of the ability to print and use the charts effectively. Normally, the easiest way for one to follow the pattern, charts on a computer monitor are useless.
The designs are lovely; the execution via Kindle is not.
15 di 15 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
3.0 su 5 stelle Gorgeous designs, bizarre and incorrect directions. 12 marzo 2014
Di KC Daniels - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato:Copertina flessibile
I absolutely love the designs in this book. Clearly Ms. Alexander is an amazing visionary of design. Each pattern inspired by sea and shore, each clearly representing nature. So now that I am done gushing over how wonderful the patterns items appear in the book, let's get down to the reality . . . can you make them?

If you're a beginner at crochet, I would suggest holding-off until you have either mastered difficult patterns or written any for yourself. I cannot stress enough how unclear these patterns are, and I am a skilled crocheter! The written directions for the cover-photo pattern are strange to follow, and a bit off. If you don't use the chart and/or count using the pictures, this will not turn out correctly. I bought the yarns to make the cover-pattern: "Sea Turtles" and the first pattern in the book: "Lacy Shoals". While I am currently working on Sea Turtles, I have glanced-over Lacy Shoals numerous times and it's given me a headache each time. Why? Because there's no clear directions on which strip to start with. Which strip is next? How do you attach them to each other? I am sure I'll figure it out once I sit down, yarn and hook in hand -- but really, when you pay over $20 for a book, it should not be giving you headaches -- much less have directions that aren't written in a basic: first, next, last, bullet-ed, numbered, by row/round -- simplicity. These directions turn what should be an enjoyable project into a puzzling and frustrating undertaking. And let's face it, we don't want to look at our end-results and be reminded of what a pain-in-the-arse it was to make!

I have to say I am very disappointed that Interweave published these written directions in this state. They barely follow normal pattern rules/guidelines for typical crochet patterns. I wonder why they did not edit, or perhaps bring in a more experienced crochet pattern writer to make sense, and double check the accuracy of the pattern directions? While I can muddle through, and fully intend to do so as the designs ARE gorgeous -- these items are going to take a lot longer to make simply by trying to decipher the written directions. They're a hot-mess. And clearly, I'm frustrated as I write this. I just don't like buying pattern books only to have to sit and re-write the patterns so they make sense as I am trying to hook!

One bonus: I am finally learning how to follow Japanese style crochet-patterns with the graphs included with each pattern (well, frankly it's because I have no choice)!

Next I am heading over to their website and hoping with fingers AND crochet-hooks crossed -- that Interweave did have someone with better experience in pattern-writing -- rewrite these patterns. Please please please!
11 di 11 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Great Design, need a little more explanations for newbie 25 gennaio 2014
Di Julie - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato:Copertina flessibile
I am so excited about the book rustic modern crochet...I started with bridges...so far, the instructions are a little confusing..on bridges...the repetitions are marked by '*to*' twice, I am not sure what exactly the repetition is...I imagine it is a nested loop, but the nesting is not clear! (After playing with the instruction, it is now clear.) This makes it impossible for me to figure out where the 3xdbl stitches go..I did manage to get the circles..so I figure the fundamental structure is there...so I am going ahead with it...also, there is the trm 'pm' at the end of row one .."pm; rep from * to * across, return. -- I realize now pm, means place marker..which of course make more sense.

I would like an abbreviation summary at the back of the book..and more detail charts..or more description of the whole pattern, for example, maybe saying at the end of rows..how many circles..etc.

Still, I was able to follow through the instructions and am well on my way!

I would like either an actual diagram ...of at least the beginning rows with circles and 3*doubles...not the abbreviated one..as the abbreviation makes it impossible to decipher.

The patterns look great, I am hoping author sees this, and responds somehow...as I want to make many patterns from this book..

if anyone knows of a way to contact the author, please advise!!
9 di 9 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
4.0 su 5 stelle Rustic Modern Crochet 31 gennaio 2014
Di kharmakat - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato:Copertina flessibile
The patterns are beautiful and caught my attention immediately!!! Just my style. I already made the Water Lily scarf. Very easy. I am experienced at crocheting and have found the instructions a bit confusing with the Sea Turtle and have had to use the lay out for the primary source of instructions.

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