Mosaic Crochet Workshop: Modern geometric designs for throws and accessories

Mosaic Crochet Workshop: Modern geometric designs for throws and accessories

by Esme Crick
Mosaic Crochet Workshop: Modern geometric designs for throws and accessories

Mosaic Crochet Workshop: Modern geometric designs for throws and accessories

by Esme Crick


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Create sensational crochet throws and accessories with this indispensable guide to mosaic crochet.  

Mosaic crochet is a cutting-edge technique that allows you to work two-colour patterns without having to change yarns in one row. You simply skip stitches in one row and connect them by filling in with the alternate colour two rows later. This produces incredible modern geometric patterns that look amazing as throws, blankets, afghans, pillows, rugs, bags and other accessories – using a much easier method than other crochet colourwork techniques. One crochet hook and two balls of yarn are all you need to get started.  

While it might look complex, mosaic crochet is actually incredibly straightforward once you learn the basic techniques. If you can work a chain, a double crochet (US single crochet) and a treble crochet (US double crochet), then you can mosaic crochet (...and if you can't, don't worry, all the stitches you need are covered in the book). And what's even better is that there are minimal ends to sew in because it works on a two-row method with the yarn carried up the side of the work. 

In the only book on the subject, crochet designer Esme Crick of Red Sparrow Crochet, shows you how to make 12 bold, statement throws and then how to use the same pattern to create a further 12 spin-off designs for smaller projects, showing how using different yarn colours with the same pattern can create completely different results.  

In Mosaic Crochet Workshop, Esme shares her skills, passion and gentle humour with you, so that you too can create beautiful throws and stylish homewares whatever your crochet level. And it's not just about slavishly following a pattern, but about building your confidence to make these designs your own, exploring the possibilities of colour and being inspired to start your own design adventures along the way. 

With full step-by-step guidance on the mosaic stitch, charts for all the mosaic crochet patterns, and 24 projects to make with full written patterns, this stylish modern crochet book will change the way you approach crochet colourwork forever and give you a wealth of beautiful throws and accessories for your home.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781446308424
Publisher: David & Charles
Publication date: 09/14/2021
Pages: 128
Sales rank: 345,340
Product dimensions: 8.40(w) x 10.90(h) x 0.40(d)

About the Author

Esme Crick is the designer behind Red Sparrow Crochet. She has designed for Inside Crochet and Simply Crochet magazines for over 5 years. She is also a Scheepjes designer for YARN The After Party and bookazine publications. This is her first book.

Table of Contents

Introduction 4

Understanding mosaic crochet 6

Materials and tools 10

Abbreviations 13

Colour considerations 14

Projects 16

Block Party Throw 18

Spin-off project: Tea Lover's Tea Cosy 25

Tartantastic Throw 28

Spin-off project: Great Outdoors Picnic Set 34

Bumblebee Throw 36

Spin-off project: Dragonfly Floor Cushion 43

Diamonds Throw 46

Spin-off project: Fluffy Diamond Rug 52

Cool As Flock Throw 54

Spin-off project: Matching-Not-Matching Cushions 60

Misty Mountains Throw 62

Spin-off project: Handy Little Clutch 69

Floating Points Throw 72

Spin-off project: Yayoi Scarf 78

Sun Spot Throw 80

Spin-off project: Fancy Footstool 86

Hail Kale Throw 88

Spin-off project: Leafy Table Runner 94

Into The Trees Throw 96

Spin-off project: Evergreen Vases 102

Dutch Houses Throw 104

Spin-off project: Neon Street Wall Hanging 111

Yes Throw 114

Spin-off project: Rebel Rainbow Tote 120

Basic crochet techniques 123

About the author 126

Acknowledgements 126

Index 127

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