Saturday, July 23, 2011

Ten Top Craft books for The 2011 Year of Craft in Oranmore Library

2011 is the Year of Craft and to celebrate Oranmore Library has added lots of new craft books to their collection. If you think you’d like to learn something new, renew your interest in an old hobby or even sell your wares online we have lots of titles to suit. 

The following titles are some of the new craft books available to borrow now at Oranmore Library:

Cherished by Kim Hargreaves – A collection of patterns from her latest knitwear designs.

Modern Top-Down Knitting by Kristina McGowan- A book full of great instructions for getting the perfect fit from you knitwear.

The Ultimate Book of Baby Knits by Debbie Bliss – A collection of 50 of the most popular designs from the Queen of baby knitwear design.

Amigirumi! Super Happy Cute Crochet by Elisabeth A. Doherty – Lots of cute crochet animals following the Japanese crochet craze.

Crochet Unravelled by Claire Bojczuk- perfect for anyone learning to crochet.

The Handmade Marketplace by Kari Chapin – A great guide for the enterprising crafters looking to sell their work.

Felt Furnishings by Anne Kyyro Quinn – A beautiful book of contemporary designs with great instructions on how to make things from cushion covers to placemats all from felt.

Stupid Sock Creatures by John Murphy – Ever wondered what to do with those odd socks lurking in the bottom of the drawer? This book has the answers.

Gifts for Kids to Make by Cheryl Owen
The Crafty Kid by Kelly Doust – Two great books full of rainy day activities.

 For information on the 2011 year of craft visit

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