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12 Months of Crochet with RedAgape
12 Months of Crochet with RedAgape

12 Months of Crochet with RedAgape

Your Creative Planner for Year-Round Crocheting

12 months of crochet

CRAFTS & HOBBIES

128 Pages, 10 x 7.25

Formats: Trade Paper

Trade Paper, $18.95 (US $18.95) (CA $24.95)

Publication Date: August 2018

ISBN 9789491643224

Rights: US, CA, CAM, SAM & MX

Meteoor Books (Aug 2018)

Price: $18.95
 
 

Overview

A collectible project book for crochet enthusiasts

Paint the seasons in your favorite colors with these wonderful crochet designs! Designer RedAgape (Mandy O'Sullivan) loves crochet so much that she needs to crochet all year round, without exception. She now happily shows you around her creative space in 12 outstanding patterns and shares her most colorful, splendid, and bright ideas to bring out the best of every season. The book presents a kiwi cushion for summer, a leaf tote for fall, a heart blanket for winter, flower embellishments for spring, and much, much more! Each season has plenty to offer, to make the most of all the happy and cozy moments that make that time of the year unique. Whatever the season, you will find projects that will bring a smile to your face and allow you to be creative, all year round!

Author Biography

Mandy O'Sullivan is an Australian crochet designer and blogger who is passionate about living a creative and colorful life. She lives on a small property in the countryside with her family, 4 alpacas, 2 dogs, 2 cats, 10 goldfish, and too many chickens to count! She is host to 200K Instagram followers at @crochetbyredagape and has been a regular contributor to Mollie Makes Magazine. She loves combining craft with interiors and shares her fun ideas for creative living on her blog www.redagape.com.au. REDAGAPE combines the R, E and D—the initials of Mandy's children—with "agape," the Greek word for "unconditional love."