Feng Crochet – Calming Projects for a Harmonious Home

Feng Crochet - Calming Projects for a Harmonious HomeWhen it comes to crafting…crocheting is one of my favorite things to do. I’ve been crocheting since the age of 13 and over the years I’ve made beautiful afghans, baby blankets, doilies, table runners, holiday ornaments, hats, scarves and all kinds of different things. If you’re a crochet fan, you’re going to love this new book that’s about ready to hit the retail market.

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Feng Crochet: Calming Projects for a Harmonious Home (September 2017; 9780762462629), which draws on the elements of feng shui to teach readers 30 peaceful, practical crafts to infuse their spaces with positive energy and beautiful objects. Grouped by the five elements of feng shui (wood, fire, earth, metal, and water), the patterns in this book range from home decor (plant hangers, large baskets, lampshades, and scatter rugs) to small, precious items that add a touch of warmth and peace to any room (napkin rings, dreamcatchers, doilies, and curtain ties).

Feng Crochet - Calming Projects for a Harmonious Home

This is a soft-cover book contain 30 crochet designs to help make your home a happy home! One of the things I like about this book is the wide variety of designs/patterns inside it. Definitely something for everyone!

Here’s a sampling: stool covers, bookmarks, nesting bowls, dish cloths, tote bag, afghan, doilies, star blanket, dream catchers, curtain tie-backs and so much more!

Feng Crochet - Calming Projects for a Harmonious Home

I’m really excited about this crochet book as it has a great variety of projects. There are several that will work up quickly (in an afternoon) and other’s that will take you a few days or a week to complete. There are designs for beginners and some for the more experienced to complete. I’m looking forward to completing at least 7 out of the 30 included designs this fall.

You can learn more about the Feng Crochet Book by author Nikki Van De Car by visiting the Running Press website online.

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