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Introduction Basic Crochet Instructions Kitchen & Dining Strawberry Shortcake Standing-Mixer Cover Grocery Fridge Magnets - Steak, Baguette, Soup Can, Fish, Broccoli, Donut, Ham, Fried Egg, Lemon Honey-Bear Apron Breakfast Dish Cloths - Waffle, Fried Egg, Cup o' Coffee Cherry Pie Seat Cushions Living & Lounging Frosted Animal Cookie Garland Banana Split Throw Pillow Cheeseburger Tissue Box Cozy Licorice All Sorts Afghan Giant Donut Floor-Pouf Bath & Beauty Gummy Bear-Shaped Basket for Towels Ice Cream Cone Shower Mitt Birthday Cake Toilet-Paper Cozy Little Cherry Zipper Pulls Bubble Gum Bath Mat Home Office TV Dinner Tablet Cozy Taco Pencil Case Carnival Pen Cozies - Corn Dogs and Cotton Candy Bread Loaf Letter-Organizer Red Licorice Wrist Rest
Twinkie Chan rocked the craft and fashion world in 2005 with her unique accessory designs, most noteably her food-themed scarves. She launched her website, www.TwinkieChan.com, with a dozen one-of-a-kind scarves and a couple of tater tot plush dolls. Since then, her work has developed a crafty cult following--there's nothing else quite like it out there. In 2010, Chan released Crochet Goodies for Fashion Foodies, which featured patterns for crocheting food-inspired fashion accessories like hats, mittens, scarves, and tissue-box cozies. Her designs have been featured in Crochet Today magazine, Giant Robot magazine, Glamour Italia, xoJane.com, the Huffington Post, MentalFloss.com, and HGTV's "Uncommon Threads." As a designer, she is highly sought after by companies such as Sanrio, major yarn brands such as Lion Brand Yarn and Lily's Sugar 'n Cream Yarn, and craft stores such as Michaels. Chan learned to crochet from her best friend's grandmother when she was ten years old, and she has always turned to crochet to make gifts for friends and family. She has a B.A. in English/Creative Writing from Stanford University, but after working in the publishing industry for ten years, she now crafts and crochets full-time.
'Twinkie Chan's eccentric designs always make us smile and her new book Crocheted Abode a la Mode has left us positively beaming ... it's the stuff of dreams.' "There are so many cute crochet patterns in this book you won't know what to do with yourself. With 20 unique food-themed patterns you'll be able to make your living space a little more delicious...Every design in this book truly is creative and one-of-a-kind. Each of the patterns provides a lot of detail allowing you to practice your crochet skills such as working in the round and changing colors." AllFreeCrochet.com "Indulge in all your favorite foods without worrying about calories! Crochet a healthful snack such as the broccoli fridge magnet, or go hog wild and crochet a large donut floor pouf to rest your weary feet upon. Pie, cookies, ice cream, and even a TV dinner become cozies, pillows, and accessories you can use in your kitchen, bath, living room, and office. Yum!" Interweave Crochet