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Box Stitch Crochet: Use the Corner-to-Corner Stitch in New Ways to Make 20 Hats, Wraps, Scarves & Accessories

by Corinne Freeman Stackpole Books
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Pbk 96 pages
AU$39.99 NZ$40.86
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The box stitch, or corner-to-corner stitch, is for more than just afghans! Crochet it in creative ways to make wraps, scarves, tops, mittens, and other accessories.

Instructions for working the box stitch are photo-illustrated so that even someone who has never worked the stitch will be able to learn it and complete any of the patterns in the book.

The Box Stitch
Box Stitch Increase
Box Stitch Decrease
Beveled Edge
Changing Colors
Box Stitch Join
Lattice Join
Butterfly Shawl
Candy Stripes Cowl
Celebration Cuffs and Headband
Cocoa Dream Alpaca Shrug
Crossing Neck Scarf
Down by the Bay Poncho
Under the Sea Motif Shawl
Favorite Cowl
Hot Pop Neckerchief
Dusty Purple Motif Stole
Pomegranate Camisole
Pretty in Pink Beveled Shawl
Cozy Shoulder Wrap and Boot Toppers
Starlight Chunky Scarf
Twilight Dress
Forest Skirt
Raspberry Hat and Fingerless Gloves

You've seen box stitch crochet online, even if you don't think so. When you have, it's been called 'c2c' or corner-to-corner. A lot of crocheters use it to create beautiful pictures in their work, often when crocheting blankets.
Corinne Freeman is taking this stitch to a whole new level with her book Box Stitch Crochet: Use the Corner-to-Corner Stitch in New Ways to Make 20 Hats, Wraps, Scarves and Accessories.
Corinne Freeman is a crochet designer who believes that the box stitch should be set free from its "box" as an afghan stitch. She has a presence online through, Etsy, and She lives in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.