Book Review: Crochet Stories: J. M. Barrie’s Peter Pan

I love looking at Crochet Stories for some of my favorite stories.¬† This one shows you how to create your own crocheted characters from the classic story of Peter Pan.¬† In addition to telling you how to create the stories it also tells the story of Peter Pan so you can tell the story with your dolls once your projects are completed! The characters in this book look absolutely ADORABLE and I wish that I knew how to crochet to be able to make a couple! Maybe someday…

I received a free e-copy of this book in order to write this review, I was not otherwise compensated.

About the Book

Travel to Never-Never Land with this “crafty” retelling of the adventures of the boy who wouldn’t grow up. The book features a brief version of J. M. Barrie’s classic tale, Peter Pan, punctuated with more than a dozen well-illustrated patterns for the beloved characters, plus a variety of accessories.
The ever-popular story opens in the London nursery of the Darling household, presenting patterns for Peter, Wendy and her brothers, and Nana the dog. Storybook chapters of the young Darlings’ adventures in Never-Never Land follow,¬†alternating with patterns for Captain Hook, Smee, the crocodile, Tinkerbell, the Lost Boys, the pirate ship, and other whimsical projects that range from easy to intermediate to advanced.

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