“Crochet Geometry” is by Shannon Mullett-Bowlsby and you can find him at Shiba Guyz Designz. The book was published in 2016 by Sterling Publishing.
There are 15 fabulous designs with minimal to no shaping and there is a range of sizing from small through 5X.
I was able to pick my three favorite projects in the book and you will quickly see why this book is so special.
Notice and Disclaimer: All crochet patterns written by Kim Guzman at CrochetKim are in US terms. All photos not copyright to Kim Guzman are posted with permission. This website contains affiliate links.
Split Circle Wrap is made in Cascade Lonwood Sport. I love the look of it. There’s a flattering, hip-reducing asymmetrical hem and it can be worn in several different ways.
The Macrame Look Vest is just darling and great for the layered look. This project is made in Malabrigo Sock yarn. I love this orange!
This one is stunning. This is the Two Circles Wrap in Malabrigo Arroyo. The lace is so delicate and perfectly stitched. This one looks like the perfect quick gift too.
If you can’t wait for the drawing, the book is also available on Amazon.
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