Crochet Kid Stuff 20 Fun Projects by Sharon Mann

By Sharon Mann

Эта книга предлагает уникальную коллекцию вязания крючком. 20 простых вязания крючком проекты для девочки и мальчика одежды и аксессуаров. Дети любят шапочки, ретро свитера, шарфы, рюкзаки, шляпы, свитера, мини-сумки. Все проекты включают в себя творческие штрихи.

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