Wednesday, 4 September 2013

Madder Triangles is Finally Published!

This a long photo heavy post and if you want to find out where to buy the book you will need to make it all the way to the bottom of this post :-)

Drum roll please.......

Madder Triangles was published on Monday night, so far the reception has been amazing.
The plan was to publish the PDf and use the funds to pay for the printed version and we are already half way to our target number of 300 copies. if it keeps going like this we will be able to print lots more.

Madder Triangles is unlike any other crochet book, rather than containing lots of crochet stitches and complicated patterns it focuses on colour and surface design.
I have designed a really simple triangle crochet motif, because I wanted beginners to be able to use the book.

If you can make a grenny square you should be able to make my triangle without too much trouble.
4 of the designs use this motif and there are 4 variations of the motif that make the other 4 designs.
The variations are simply taking a few stitches away for the main triangle.

The book is written in 2 sections, the first half contains all the info needed to use the book and the motif patterns.
The second section contains the designs, each design has its own information as to what you will need, yarn, hook etc etc And colour photo's and "crochet by numbers" charts and key's.

So onto the designs, these are some of my favourite photo's


Lecchi Blanket 

Plankton Scarf  


The Rising Sun 

Isabella Scarf 


Spyro Blanket 

Firefly Wrap 


Icarus Shawl 

Serefina Shawl 

You can buy it on the NDS website.
Either as a PDF
I will be adding all 8 of the single patterns in time for tomorrow nights update.

Or you can buy it as a PDF on Ravelry
Some of the patterns are available as singles, I will be adding the rest today.

1 comment:

  1. Love this book. Your pictures are amazing! I especially like the one with the blanket draped over two people. I'm really looking forward to getting my hands on this. The fact that you've made it easy enough for beginners is a huge relief in my mind, since some of your patterns are difficult for me!