Siren's Atlas book - Australia & NZ Only

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About the book...

A journey through the oceans and seas of the world in crochet.

Take your crochet skills to the next level with sixty-four new granny square designs.

Siren’s Atlas is your guide to crocheting an ocean of granny squares inspired by the colours of the high seas. Each of the sixty-four patterns is a fun, new take on the traditional granny square, named after a sea, ocean or body of water around the world.

Perfect for the intermediate to expert crocheter looking for a challenge and to improve their crochet skills and knowledge.

Inside you’ll find…

~ 64 crochet square patterns in both

~ chart and written format

~ hints and tips for seamless crochet and

~ how to make your crochet sing

~ glossary of all stitches and techniques used

Siren’s Atlas will take you on a journey around the world full of seafaring adventures in crochet.

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Reviewed by Deborah H., from Australia
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My Skill Level
Advanced
Yarn weight used
8 ply/DK/light worsted
Hook size used
4.5 mm
Rated 5 out of 5
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Fabulous

Love this book!! Beautiful patterns, well written and I can’t wait to get creating

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Reviewed by Pam B., from Australia
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My Skill Level
Adventurous Beginner
Yarn weight used
8 ply/DK/light worsted
Hook size used
3.5 mm
Rated 5 out of 5
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Love this pattern

Shelley always make the patterns easy to follow

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Reviewed by Robbie H., from Australia
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My Skill Level
Adventurous Beginner
Yarn weight used
4 ply/fingering
Hook size used
3.5 mm
Rated 5 out of 5
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So many gorgeous patterns I can make!

After completing Granny Square Academy I was so thrilled to receive Sirens Atlas and instantly understand the patterns and diagrams. I picked my favourite pattern (Arafura) and in no time at all I’d completed a square. I can’t wait to make many more of the patterns and create some of the suggested projects.

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Reviewed by Fiona S., from Australia
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My Skill Level
Adventurous Beginner
Yarn weight used
8 ply/DK/light worsted
Hook size used
4.5 mm
Rated 5 out of 5
Review posted

Siren's Atlas book

The patterns in this book look amazing and the two methods of instruction (charts and written) are helpful, so I should be able to follow one or the other. It may take me a long time to make a blanket but I will send you a photo when I do!

Thanks Shelley!

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Reviewed by Daphne T., from Australia
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My Skill Level
Intermediate
Yarn weight used
4 ply/fingering
Hook size used
3.5 mm
Rated 5 out of 5
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Love the book

I love the travel aspect and designs set out for each region.

The photos and instructions are clear and the designs inspiring.

I have tried out some designs and ended up choosing Levantine pg 45 for my current throw rug.

I want a solid and simple design and in one colour to go on a patterned settee.

Enjoying myself with this new project.

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