In Interlocking Crochet , readers learn how to turn basic crochet stitches into thick, cushy double-sided fabric, usually with a different textured pattern on each side. The book presents a stitch dictionary of over 86 stitch patterns that crocheters will delight in exploring. Ten projects, from simple accessories like scarves and handbags to a masterpiece afghan, teach readers the many colourful (and reversible) uses for interlocking crochet.
Tanis Galik has been crocheting since her grandmother taught her how over 40 years ago. She is also a professional playwright with several productions and awards for her plays, musicals and a mystery movie script. She holds a MFA in writing from Californi State University and currently lives in California.