Whether you call her the crochet guru, call her your own personal crochet fairy godmother, or are just calling for crochet emergency help, author Beth Wolfensberger-Singer is here to save the day! Whether the dilemma is uneven edges, wonky corners, too-tight stitches, dealing with yarn ends or a forgotten increase, Beth offers level-headed advice on what to fix, how to fix it and when you can just fudge it. Also included are six original crochet designs - so readers can test drive their new-found crocheting expertise.
The latest in the popular When Bad Things Happen series, with troubleshooting advice for crocheters. Deals with uneven edges, wonky corners, too-tight stitches and yarn ends. Also includes six original crochet designs.
Beth Wolfensberger Singer is a writer, artist, and crafter whose articles, essays and reviews have appeared in The Boston Globe Magazine, The New York Times, Better Homes and Gardens and other publications. A former children's book editor and staff writer at Boston Magazine and The Boston Phoenix, she has been crocheting pretty much non-stop since childhood. Her cartoons appear regularly in her blog Ambitionectomy.tumblr.com.