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Meine Oma war, einige Jahre, Handarbeitslehrerin in Sorg, ein Dorf in dem Frankenwald. Naturlich hat meine Mutter Handarbeiten in der Schule gelernt. Sie lehrte mir Stricken (ich war sieben Jahre alt) und, spaeter, Haekeln.

Als Kind habe ich sehr gern dem Buch, "Gestaltende Haende" von Hildegard Fochs, angeschaut. Es war ein Geschenk von meiner Oma an meiner Mutter. Heute habe ich meine eigene Kopie des "Gestaltende Haende"s--Danke, Internet!

Meine texanische Grossmutter war auch Handarbeiterin. Also, Handarbeiten sind in meinem Blut! Aber meine ursprungliche Liebe fuer Handarbeiten ist aus Deutschland, durch meine Mutter, meine Oma, und meine liebe Tante Christa, wer mir jahrelang das Heft "Handarbeiten" geschenkt hat.

Ich bin froh, dass meine Buecher auf amazon.de zu kaufen sind. Zunaechst, brauchen wir ein deutscher Redaktuer wer diese Buecher auf deutsch redakten wird--hoffentlich mit Haekel-zeichen.

Ich wohne in Texas, USA, mit meiner Mann, ein Geoarcheologer und auch ein Deutsch-Texaner, zwei Toechter, viele Buecher und Tiere, und viel Wolle.

Wenn Sie fragen ueber meiner Haekelmuester haben, bitte schreiben Sie mir: textilefusion@hughes.net oder durch die "Crochet Bouquet" Seite auf Facebook. Oder schauen Sie an meiner blog: http://www.textilefusion.com/bookblog.

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Suzann Thompson writes about and teaches crochet, knitting, and polymer clay. She also exhibits her textile art. Suzann lives in Dublin, Texas.

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Crochet Your Own Whimsical Garden 26. Mai 2012
Von Tanis Galik - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
If you love crochet flowers (and who doesn't), Crochet Garden by Suzann Thompson is a must have.

A follow-up to Crochet Bouquet, Crochet Garden contains more whimsical designs and 3-demensional flowers, leaves, butterflies and forms. Some of my favorites are:

I'm a fan of irises in my personal garden so I was really grabbed by these "full figure" irises, unlike any I've seen before. Midi and Maxi Mums are bold, striking flowers that would be a standout in any project. The Perspective Daisy has multi-layers of petals, popping right out at you. The Van Wyk Rose is an unusual rose interpretation and a definite eye catcher. The Samarkand Sunflower is a crazy, ameba-like creation. The Poinsettia is another multi-layered sensation. Then there is an adorable Pinecone, Curlicue Sprays and numerous international designs to add to your garden.

Ms. Thompson shows how to combine all your favorite flowers, leaves, butterflies, etc. into projects that have a fabulous "free-form" crochet look. I'm definitely crocheting some of my favorites to create a great purse!

Also included is a half-treble (htr) stitch to bridge the gap between the double crochet and the treble/triple crochet stitches.

And if all this isn't enough, Ms. Thompson has extended a personal invitation on page 17 for you to contact her AND join her monthly on a crochet-a-long at her book blog [...] where she'll walk you through the beautiful designs from this book for at least the next two years. You're also welcomed to visit her Ravelry group at Ravelry.com textilefusion as well. In short, you'll have plenty of help to crochet your own beautiful garden.
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Good book but lacks well written instructions 23. Juni 2013
Von Anfal Al-Awadhi - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I like everything in this book except for one thing ,the instructions are not clear, the first project was fine but with the second and third projects I had to guess which was time consuming.I've been crocheting and knitting all my life following written instructions but this is the first time I encounter such a problem,even though I prefer following instructions but I think this book needs charts or more clearer instructions to follow.
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Unexpected Delights 12. Mai 2012
Von Rudy Fan - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
This book has it all. Even the Introduction and Basics sections were well thought out to offer some wonderful tips for making these flowers (and other crochet items too). Happily, they don't include typical 'how to crochet' instruction. The author opted not to include that, but instead put in some really useful ideas in this short section.

One of these ideas is the Circle Gauge. I love this. You don't have to make a big swatch for these items, just a little circle. The required size of this circle is listed at the beginning of every pattern. She also mentions Youtube as a great source for seeing how basic stitches are done. And then there's her Ravelry group, Facebook, and Yahoo. I like that it's very topical and keeping with the times. Wow, and that sweet idea about making a Flip book. There's more, but I better talk about the flowers!

There are 4 sections of flowers. They are: Botanical Garden (most realistic looking), Inspired Garden (more decorative such as folk artsy), International Garden (from other countries), and Fun and Fantastic Garden (example: Candy Cornflower). There are a total of 8 projects specifically for certain flowers, but there are many more ideas in the intro section. I love the Flower Cloth Scarf that uses a mixture of the flowers for a free form look. The patterns are visually appealing with detailed pictures in focus and close up. You will find some standard flowers, but many more unusual ones such as Mexican hat, Byzantine Beauty, Russian Picot Daisy, and Rafflesita. There are also some items such as a Peacock, a Pomegranate, and Butterflies. The main focus of the book is the flowers though. :-)

This is truly a lovely book and a worthwhile addition to anyone's crochet library.
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Crochet Garden: Bunches of Flowers, Leaves, and Other Delights 28. Mai 2012
Von Naida M. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Crochet Garden is a gem of a pattern book. I've never seen such lovely flower patterns!
The introduction part of the book is very helpful and discusses yarn variations, hooks, hardware, techniques and stitch how to's among a few other things. This book is filled with vibrant photos and just delightful to browse through in general. I was instantly inspired to grab my crochet hook and yarn and get to creating a few flowers myself.

Each time I turned a page, I found yet another pretty flower to crochet.
The book is divided into four chapters: Botanical Garden, Inspired Garden, International Garden and Fun and Fantastic Garden.

Begonias, Bluebells, Irises, Orchids, Edelweiss and Czech Festival Flowers are just a few of the many pretty flower patterns included here. Besides flowers, butterflies and different types of leaves and stems patterns are available for embellishment.

Ideas for what to do with your crocheted flowers are included as well.
I found the patterns easy to follow, they range from easy to intermediate and experienced. The directions are well written and there are photos on every page. The flowers I chose to crochet were easy to make.
I will be crocheting more flowers for certain. These would look great as embellishments on wearables like scarves and hats.

I also thought it was great that designer Suzann Thompson invites you to email her or visit her blog if you need help. She also invites you to join flower crochet-a-longs that she belongs to online.
Being an avid crocheter, I have joined several crochet-a-longs online, and they are always fun.

If you are looking for pretty crochet flower patterns, look no further than Crochet Garden: Bunches of Flowers, Leaves, and Other Delights.
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Poorly written 27. Januar 2013
Von Lori S - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I picked up this book at JoAnn's and I will be returning it. I am an advanced crocheter. I have made doilies. I've done filet crochet. I've made afghans and any number of other projects. That said, I practically had to rewrite the directions in this book. I attempted four different projects from this book. There were so many mistakes in the written directions that I had to keep referring to the photographs and counting stitches that way. Don't waste your money on this pretty, yet poorly executed, book.
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