These crochet books make an excellent resource or reference book for your library. The possibilities are endless.
Another benefit is their value because you’re paying one price for numerous patterns. Some include as many as a hundred or more! There’s something to suit any tastes or interests, so take a look and see what you find!
Here are the twenty best crocheting books.
Table Of Contents
- The Best Crochet Amigurumi Pattern Books
- The Best Crochet Granny Squares Patterns Books
- The Best Crochet Baby Patterns Books
- The Best Crochet Media Inspired Pattern Books
- The Best Other Crochet Patterns Books
- Your Questions Answered
The Best Crochet Amigurumi Pattern Books
Crochet Cute Critters By Sarah Zimmerman
26 Easy Amigurumi Patterns
For beginners to amigurumi. Every step of the process is detailed in helpful visual guides. Featuring beautiful patterns for cute animals.
For other similar projects, check out Edward’s Menagerie by Kerry Lord.Click to Learn More / Buy from Amazon
Whimsical Stitches By Lauren Espy
A Modern Makers Book of Amigurumi Crochet Patterns
Playful is the right word to describe this book! Ranging from personified fruits, plants, and an adorable octopus, many cute creations to learn amigurumi. Practical detailed instructions to guide you.Click to Learn More / Buy from Amazon
Unicorns, Dragons and More Fantasy Amigurumi By Joke Vermeiren
Bring 14 Magical Characters to Life!
Fairies, unicorns, dragons, and many more. In fourteen exquisite patterns, create a fantasy wonderland, full of intriguing residents.Click to Learn More / Buy from Amazon
Kawaii Crochet By Melissa Bradley
40 Supercute Crochet Patterns for Adorable Amigurumi
Combining two very already cute Japanese concepts, amigurumi, and kawaii subculture into one. Create something of every shade of the rainbow, from peas in a pod to animals.Click to Learn More / Buy from Amazon
Snuggle and Play Crochet By Carolina Guzman Benitez
40 Amigurumi Patterns for Lovey Security Blankets and Matching Toys
Designed for young ones or the young at heart, full of huggable, snuggly toys, and an accompanying security blanket. You could make both, or just one. Either way, plenty of ideas to make a gift for a child in your life.Click to Learn More / Buy from Amazon
The Best Crochet Granny Squares Patterns Books
Crochet Granny Squares
Granny squares are fantastic. They’re such a flexible building block of crocheting a project. This includes 20 ideas, ranging in skill level and complicated stitches.
Another author, Catherine Hirst makes other excellent books on these.Click to Learn More / Buy from Amazon
The Best Crochet Baby Patterns Books
Crochet One-Skein Wonders® for Babies
101 Projects for Infants & Toddlers
Edie Eckman, teacher and fiber arts designer, selected and edited this. It features designs from over 54 independent designers all over the world.
Each comes with excellent photography, visual guides, and detailed patterns.Click to Learn More / Buy from Amazon
Best Baby Afghans
54 Baby Blankets in a Variety of Crochet Styles and Colors, Includes Easy Step-by-Step Instructions and Radiant Full-Color Photography
Compiled by the arts and crafts publisher Leisure Arts, this features 54 beautiful ideas for afghans specifically for babies and toddlers. Ranging from simple, bold colors to lacy designs, there’s plenty of range.
They’re all soft, snuggly, and hardwearing once crocheted up.Click to Learn More / Buy from Amazon
The Best Crochet Media Inspired Pattern Books
Harry Potter Crochet by Lucy Collin
It includes all the materials needed to make Harry Potter and Dobby the Elf. Then there are instructions for 12 other characters from the wizarding world.
Plus, a magic wand themed crochet hook to do the projects. How unique is that? This is a kit including a book to make Harry Potter characters with equipment to create the first few.Click to Learn More / Buy from Amazon
Marvel Universe Crochet By Kati Galusz
It’s a kit, so it has all the materials you need to make Captain America and Spiderman. Assemble the rest of the avengers with instructions for ten other characters from Marvel.Click to Learn More / Buy from Amazon
Star Wars Crochet By Lucy Collin
An excellent choice if you love Star Wars, this is. Plenty of recognizable characters in an adorable crocheted form. Materials for Yoda and a Stormtrooper & instructions the other ten crochet projects.Click to Learn More / Buy from Amazon
Star Wars Even More Crochet By Lucy Collin
Full of beloved characters from the new trilogy, plus some other familiar favorites. Create an adorable BB8 and a sneaky Jawa with materials included in the kit, then 12 other projects for you to do.Click to Learn More / Buy from Amazon
The Best Other Crochet Patterns Books
24 Hours Crochet Hacks by Emily Rohan
25 Fast and Easy Crochet Hat Patterns for Beginners
Hacks to make your journey in making hats easier and faster, learn new skills with confidence. A perfect start in your quest to make a hat.Click to Learn More / Buy from Amazon
Just Little Doilies: 27 Crochet Patterns By Tara Cousins
Breathing life into the beautiful dolly designs from the 30s and 40s, and giving them a modern take. These pretty designs aren’t too complicated or fiddly, and an excellent jumping-off point to make dollies.Click to Learn More / Buy from Amazon
10 Stylish Handbag Patterns for Crochet By Maria Barnes
A trendy collection of easy-to-make crochet bags
Add a handmade touch to your everyday life. Patterns for handbags to suit any occasion, they’re stylish, trendy, and easy to whip up in a few days.
They’re adaptable to different colors, different weight yarn, and yarn textures.Click to Learn More / Buy from Amazon
Crocheted Succulents By Emma Varnam
Cacti and Other Succulent Plants to Make
Written by the talented designer Emma Varnam, this book is for those who wish they had a green thumb, but their plants never live. Add a cute, handmade touch to your home with these crocheted succulents and plants.Click to Learn More / Buy from Amazon
Colorful Wayuu Bags to Crochet: By Rianne de Graaf
A guide to making tapestry crochet bags
The Wayuu people are an indigenous group who lives in areas of Columbia and Venezuela. They make beautiful bags, called mochilas, and those wonderful creations inspire this book.Click to Learn More / Buy from Amazon
Crochet Boutique: Hats By Rachael Oglesby
25 Fresh Takes on Classic Crocheted Hat Designs
Fashionable, colorful, and fun hats. Designed for intermediate crocheters, this includes many new techniques and plenty of skills to learn and get excited about.Click to Learn More / Buy from Amazon
One-Day Crochet: Afghans By Barb Asselin
Easy Afghan Projects You Can Complete in One Day
Afghans are notorious for taking days and weeks to make. You have to use lots of yarn to create them! But what about creating one in just one day.
This book helps you achieve the impossible, with beautiful results too.Click to Learn More / Buy from Amazon
Old-Fashioned Doilies to Crochet (Dover Knitting, Crochet, Tatting, Lace) By Rita Weiss
Once a thing of the past, lacy doilies decorated nearly every household flat surface, but for many years, they weren’t famous.
Now, there’s a resurgence. This is a perfect opportunity to discover a bit of crocheting history. Very easy to create and look lovely.Click to Learn More / Buy from Amazon
Delicious Crochet Shawls By Lisa Cook
21 Stylish Crochet Shawls
Inspired by delicious desserts and sweet treats, you’ll almost be able to taste these beautiful foods while crocheting a shawl. Designed for all skill levels and different techniques and stitches, plus they look very stylish too.Click to Learn More / Buy from Amazon
Easy Crochet Dishcloths By Camilla Schmidt Rasmussen & Sofie Grangaard
Learn to Crochet Stitch by Stitch with Modern Stashbuster Projects
I swear by dishcloths as a simple, lightweight project, an excellent way to learn new stitches, easy and functional gifts, plus a yarn scraps user-uper too! An environmentally friendly version of disposable cloths. What’s not to love?Click to Learn More / Buy from Amazon
Your Questions Answered
Where Can I Buy Crochet Books?
You can buy them from any online yarn company, as well as Amazon. Independent stores and designers often sell them. WeCrochet has some great ones, on all sorts of patterns, from accessories to flowers.
I hope you find an excellent collection of patterns to keep your crocheting ventures satisfied for a while to come. When you’ve worked through all of those, maybe you can go back for another!
Something I forgot? Or have a question? Leave a comment at the end.