Craft book review: 6 craft books we love

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Hooray! It’s World Book Day today! Here’s our roundup of must-have craft books

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[Clockwise from top-left] 1. Anna Wilkinson‘s Learn To Knit, Love To Knit is a beautiful, modern take on knitting your own clothes. Read our interview with Anna here.

2. Pip Lincoln’s second book, Sew La Tea Do, is packed full of cool projects and beautiful photography to enjoy. Check out the full review in issue 18 of Gathered by Mollie Makes.

3. Granny Chic is a superb showcase of dottie angel and Ted & Agnes’ “perfectly peachy” lives. See what wonders these ladies can do with an embroidered tea towel and a crochet hook!

4. Homespun Style looks beautiful and offers tons of inspiration, giving you hints and tips to track down one-of-a-kind pieces that make a room uniquely yours.

5. Erika Knight’s Crochet Workshop includes 20 patterns for you to try, including blankets, snoods and slippers. The book’s layout, styling and photography is accessible, thoroughly inspiring and, as a result, encourages you to give it go.

6. Meanwhile, Material World by Perri Lewis covers 15 different craft techniques, along with short features, tips and interviews with top designer-makers and fashion and craft businesses. Read our full review.

What’s your favourite craft book? Share your recommendations in the Comments box below

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