A REVIEW OF EDWARD’S CROCHET IMAGINARIUM

Updated: Mar 22

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I might be a little late with this one… but I finally got my hands on Edward’s Crochet Imaginarium and I couldn’t help myself I had to do a video of my first impression. You can find the full video below it’s about 15 minutes and gives you a full flip through of the book. If you don’t have time to watch here are a few reasons I think you need to add this book to your crochet library.


  • Umm did you see that cover?

  • When the author says over one million mix and match designs like seriously the design options are endless.

  • The flip book section is so much fun I had to make myself put the book down and even now I’m thinking of different design options.

  • Even with all the design options you can still add your own creative spin.

  • The designs are easy enough for the beginner crocheter and there are more advanced techniques for the experienced crocheter.

  • Tips for sewing, stuffing and choosing yarn for your design.

I could go on and on but I will just say go grab a copy and judge for yourself. You can get a copy from Amazon HERE. I found my copy in Jo-Ann Fabric and I have also seen the book in Michaels.



Do you already have this book? What monster would you crochet? Let me know in the comments below.




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