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If you have been searching for a copy of Modular Crochet by Judith Copeland but can’t afford the $100+ price tag the out-of-print hardcover is selling for, you’re in luck. The book will be back in print as a paperback on June 17, 2015.
Modular Crochet, first published in 1979, was my crochet design bible for many years. I’ve created a multitude of dresses, sweaters, and vests, using this simple construction technique. It’s easy to learn because Copeland provides step-by-step instructions, photos, and diagrams to guide you.
And because the construction technique is so simple, you can use a wide range of yarns to create unique, one-of-a-kind designs. You’ll also learn how to incorporate four different necklines (i.e., round, boat, V, and turtle) into your designs.
Don’t let the original publication date fool you into thinking the designs you create with this technique will be out of date. It’s because the construction technique is so simple and straightforward that you can create garments that never go out of style.
I’m so happy to see this book back in print. And you will be too. You can purchase a copy HERE.