Free and Cheap Kindle Books for Crocheters



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With the start of a new year, I discovered a new project that has me intrigued. It’s called a temperature blanket. Basically, you pick a color scheme based on the temperatures in your area, and you crochet one row every day based on the temperature for the day. I’m choosing to do my rows based on the day’s high temp when I check the forecast in the morning. I’m excited to go purchase my yarn this afternoon, and I’m going to catch up this weekend. I’m also looking forward to trying out a new stitch on my blanket. 

If yo’ve ever wanted to learn to crochet, or you’re looking for a new project idea, stock your Kindle with these crochet books and see what inspires you! 

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Free and Cheap Books for Kindle

Please remember, Amazon prices can change quickly. The books below were free at the time this post went live, but may only be so for a limited time. Please double check the price before purchasing any of the books below.   

 

Crochet Stitch Gallery {2.99}

 

Boot Cuffs: Easy Crochet Pattern {.99}

 

Crochet: An Introduction to Crochet, Reading Crochet Patterns, & Expanding Your Skills in Crochet {2.99} 

 

8 Different Crochet Stitches {FREE} 

 

Granny Square Crochet for Beginners {FREE} 

 

Welcome to Our Home: Knit & Crochet Ideas from Red Heart {Free} 

 

Striped Granny Square Crochet Pattern {.99}

 

My First Afghan: A Visual Step-by-Step Guide to Crocheting a Beautiful Afghan {2.99} 

 

One-Day Crochet Afghans: Easy Afghan Project You Can Complete in One Day {2.99}

 

Afghan Crochet Patterns {99¢} 

 

How to Crochet: 16 Quick & Easy Granny Square Patterns {FREE} 

Written by Tara Mitchell

Tara Mitchell

Tara is wife to Matt and homeschool momma of three. Her children are 21, 16, and 11 – two boys and one girl. She is currently homeschooling her daughter – 6th grade. When she’s not blogging, Tara enjoys crocheting and snuggling up with a good book. She and her family recently moved from Texas to Ohio, and they’re having fun exploring their new surroundings. She blogs about homeschooling, motherhood, and family life on both of her blogs – Homeschool Preschool and Embark on the Journey.

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