24 Great Things About Quick Crocheted Accessories: 3 Skeins or Less

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Quick Crochet Accessories (3 Skeins or Less)
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Quick Crochet Accessories (3 Skeins or Less)

Quick Crochet Accessories (3 Skeins or Less)
By Sharon Zientara
Published by Interweave/F+W; $23.99 retail price
Available at Amazon and Interweave

I have yet another hot-off-the-presses crochet pattern book to review for you. Today I’ll be talking about Quick Crocheted Accessories: 3 Skeins or Less. The author is listed as Sharon Zientara, but the book is actually a collection of 24 patterns by 10 designers: Brenda K. B. Anderson, Jessica Bolof, Terri Keller, Kathy Merrick, Cristina Mershon, Beth Nielsen, Anastasia Popova, Regina Rioux, Linda Skuja, and Sharon Zientara.

You will find a variety of hats, shawls, cowls, slippers, socks, mitts, and more. The patterns also feature a variety of techniques, including lacework, slip stitch, Tunisian, motifs, beadwork, working on the bias, and techniques that achieve a knit look.

As always with books published by Interweave, the photography is exquisite, courtesy of photographer Joe Hancock. You’ll also find clear written instructions and stitch diagrams, thanks to tech editor Charles Voth. I haven’t actually made anything from this book yet, so I can’t give you any specifics about a particular pattern.

Oh, yes, we’ll also be giving away a copy of the book to one lucky random winner, so be sure to read through to the end to see how to enter the giveaway!

Now, let’s get on to what you really want to see: photos of all the designs. Each design is linked to the corresponding Ravelry pattern page for your convenience, in case you want to start a project page of your own for any of the designs.

Annulet Wrap
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Annulet Wrap by Cristina Mershon
Aperture Scarf
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Aperture Scarf by Kathy Merrick
Arcadian Wrap
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Arcadian Wrap by Kathy Merrick
Askew Scarf
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Askew Scarf by Sharon Zientara
Bedizened Brooch
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Bedizened Brooch by Kathy Merrick
Buttons & Lace Hat
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Buttons & Lace Hat by Sharon Zientara
Cirque Shawlette
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Cirque Shawlette by Cristina Mershon
Corona Cowl
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Corona Cowl by Brenda K. B. Anderson
Engild Mitts
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Engild Mitts by Linda Skuja
Enmeshed Cowl
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Enmeshed Cowl by Jessica Bolof
Entwined Bonnet
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Entwined Bonnet by Anastasia Popova
Floret Cloche
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Floret Cloche by Jessica Bolof
Flourish Cloche
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Flourish Cloche by Sharon Zientara
Garland Wrap
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Garland Wrap by Kathy Merrick
Honeycomb Shawlette
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Honeycomb Shawlette by Regina Rioux
Long Winter's Scarf
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Long Winter’s Scarf by Brenda K. B. Anderson
Mosaic Slippers
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Mosaic Slippers by Cristina Mershon
Oblique Cowl
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Oblique Cowl by Beth Nielsen
Stellina Fingerless Mitts and Hat
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Stellina Fingerless Mitts and Hat by Terri Keller
Tessellation Socks
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Tessellation Socks by Anastasia Popova
Transverse Mitts
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Transverse Mitts by Beth Nielsen
Wavelength Beanie
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Wavelength Beanie by Sharon Zientara
Zaftig Mittens
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Zaftig Mittens by Brenda K. B. Anderson

 

Giveaway

This has been a very long post, so let’s keep the giveaway simple. To enter to win one copy of Quick Crocheted Accessories, simply leave a comment on this blog post and tell us which is your favorite design.

RULES: You must be 19 years of age or older to enter.

Enter on or before 11:59 PM CST on Friday, August 21, 2015.

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23 thoughts on “24 Great Things About Quick Crocheted Accessories: 3 Skeins or Less”

  1. I love to crochet accessories and this book has so many attractive designs for accessories. It is difficult to pick just one favorite, but I have to say that the Cirque Shawlette especially calls out to me.

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  2. I really like the appearance of the Garland Wrap by Kathy Merrick. So feminine looking. Think this would be beautiful in a multitude of differen colors(solid or variegated.

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  3. Annulet Wrap is my very favorite, but there are several others I would also like to create. Looks like a fabulous book!

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  4. My favorite, hands down, is the Annulet Wrap by Cristina Mershon. Loved it ever since I saw it in the Patternworks catalog.
    I like the concept of the book. But I wish there were more shawls or even shrug patterns, and fewer hats and fingerless gloves. Most of the other patterns seem to qualify for “one skein or less”.

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  5. There are so many wonderful designs to choose from, but I really love the Flourish Cloche by Sharon Zientara. Thanks and keep up the great work!!!

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