Contents Introduction The Box Stitch Box Stitch Increase Box Stitch Decrease Rectangle Motif Beveled Edge Changing Colors Increasing Decreasing Joining Box Stitch Join Lattice Join Projects 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
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 Crochet4myButterfly.com, Etsy, and Elann.com. She lives in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Box Stitch Crochet: Use the Corner-to-Corner Stitch in New Ways to
Make 20 Hats, Wraps, Scarves & Accessories by Corinne Freeman is a
fantastic new book written especially for those who love the
crochet box stitch, aka the corner to corner or C2C stitch! And if
you don't already love it, this book might just change your mind...
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Maybe you have heard of the box stitch before; it is also known as the corner-to-corner stitch or C2C. Traditionally it was used to crochet corner-to-corner afghans & graphghans, pillows, scarves or other square/ rectangular crochet pieces. In her book, Corrine proves that this stitch can do so much more! She has used the stitch in innovative ways, designing fashionable crochet pieces, such as shawls, cowls, ponchos, hats, headbands, fingerless mitts, boot cuffs and more. . . . After learning the basics of the box stitch, you will learn how to increase and decrease the box stitch, how to work various shapes, such as a rectangle or motif, how to change colors while increasing or decreasing and how to join motifs. . . . I found Corrine's instructions clear and easy to follow; the step by step pictures were a great help also. -- MyHobbyIsCrochet.com * No Title *
Whether you call it the corner-to-corner stitch, C2C stitch or the crochet box stitch, you are about to be impressed by the versatility of this simple-to-learn crochet stitch. Box Stitch Crochet moves beyond the afghan to create gorgeous one-of-a-kind garments in various shapes and styles. Learn how to crochet the box stitch with Corinne's straightforward step-by-step instructions. Tutorial with photos are included for: *Box Stitch Increase, *Box Stitch Decrease *Rectangle *Motif *Beveled Edge *Changing Colors - Increasing - Decreasing *Joining - Box Stitch Join - Lattice Join Instructions have been included for 30 beautiful designs ranging from accessories to garments . . . . . . Each pattern specifies the yarn used, hook(s) used, gauge, finished measurements in inches and cm and important details in the notes section . . . The extra sizes range from extra small to size 5X. -- Oombawka Design
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. -- ACCrochet.com