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The Finer Edge

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Our use of edgings You will learn how edging patterns can be used to create entire fabrics reformatted to make individual decorative motifs reverse engineered from existing fabrics and even used to create three dimensional designs Focusing on construction techniues for edgings The Finer Edge is divided into separate sections based on top down sideways and bottom up methods to help this book is a wonder is you need help with intricate edgings for your crochet work

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Guide the readerThough there are 12 project patterns that highlight the edgings you'll be inspired to creatively mix and match within each edging’s section Also included in this gorgeous book are charts illustrations and photographs of crochet swatches and a pattern collection that includes multiple sizes including plus sizesDiscover innovation at its finest with The Finer Edge I was so excited to see a new book of crocheted borders and disappointed when I saw the book Despite the openness of many of the designs I disliked how heavy the borders and motifs looked I look at designs and think pillowcase handkerchief edgings These were heavier designs suitable for clothing and accessories blankets and perhaps towels Just not the right edging book for me

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An innovative collection of 40 stitch and 12 garment patterns from best selling author Kristin Omdahl The Finer Edge demonstrates various techniues construction methods and versatile applications for crochet edgingsWhile crochet edgings are customarily used to trim or finish blankets and garments designer Kristin Omdahl treats you to both traditional and novel new ways to expand y A few usable ideas for edgings and belts most of these patterns are either outrageous in design or impractical for almost any useperhaps a museum piece The directions are complete and seem reasonably clear so if you are looking for a truly off the wall idea there is likely something here for you Les mini memos Foucher - Export avec Incoterms various techniues construction methods and Fiscal versatile applications for crochet edgingsWhile crochet edgings are customarily used to trim or finish blankets and garments designer Kristin Omdahl treats you to both traditional and novel new ways to expand y A few usable ideas for edgings and belts most of these patterns are either outrageous in design or impractical for almost any useperhaps a museum piece The directions are complete and seem reasonably clear so if you are looking for a truly off the wall idea there is likely something here for you


10 thoughts on “The Finer Edge

  1. says:

    If you want to crochet a border at the bottom of a skirt the top of a cocoon create rows of ruffles make an edging to sew around a neckline etc there are some really cute patterns here Many would probably work on round projects like doilies or round blankets too A couple look like they would make good bookmarks on their own A few can be extended indefinitely to create a fabric curtains maybe?If you want to crochet a border around an afghanblanket you probably want a different book the patterns do not include instructions for making corners There is a page labelled Edging around the corner with some very vague generic information that I didn't find very helpful and which isn't even listed in the table of contentsAlthough it isn't much help for my current rectangular project I expect this to be a useful reference for corner less projects I make


  2. says:

    A few usable ideas for edgings and belts most of these patterns are either outrageous in design or impractical for almost any useperhaps a museum piece The directions are complete and seem reasonably clear so if you are looking for a truly off the wall idea there is likely something here for you


  3. says:

    Not what I expectedI really thought this book would be full of edge and trim patterns but it's big projects than anything


  4. says:

    this book is a wonder is you need help with intricate edgings for your crochet work


  5. says:

    The biggest thing that caught my eye was the possibility of using some of these patterns for a pretty headband or perhaps an edging for a dishcloth gift something small where you can learn a new stitch and not want to pass out from terror looking at unreadable instructions I love that not passing out readable instructions in both formats lolThe pictures in the book are colorful and really illustrate the wide variety of styles and functions The Birka Car Coat was a lovely piece as was the Ephesus Cowl and the Pompeii Mobius This book has a lot of great patterns that can be used in many ways Many thanks to the publisher for sending a copy my way for review My fingers are itching to pick up a hook and get a couple of headbands going


  6. says:

    nonfiction; intermediate crochet I've checked this book out before and was impressed by the variety of edging patterns in here but keep forgetting that I don't know basic crochet beyond a chain stitch and a single crochet stitch and this is definitely written for a veteran crocheter Though a uick internet search would probably fill in the stitches I don't know I managed to muddle through an approximation of one of the simpler patterns and left it at that


  7. says:

    I agree with the previous reviewers I think the book is great for all the reasons they didn't like it One of the main points of the book is to get the reader to explore new applications for the art of the edging There are literally thousands of existing patterns for thread crochet and there are just as many books and videos with 'how to' instructions I thought it was refreshing to have an book without all the redundancy


  8. says:

    I was so excited to see a new book of crocheted borders and disappointed when I saw the book Despite the openness of many of the designs I disliked how heavy the borders and motifs looked I look at designs and think pillowcase handkerchief edgings These were heavier designs suitable for clothing and accessories blankets and perhaps towels Just not the right edging book for me


  9. says:

    Some nice edgingsbut not worked with fine yarn I guess the title planted expectations in my head The close upschunkier yarn does make the work easier to see but without either shots taken from further away or shots of finer work the edgings just ended up looking bulky Found the projects also on the chunky side Bit disappointed in this maybe I've been spoiled by Japanese books


  10. says:

    I got this book to get the pattern for a scarf which was shown on one of the shows but the pattern was never available on the show's Website There are lots of clever and beautiful edgings in the book


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