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The Elmore Method is a unique way of crocheting! In this book, you値l learn how to create these versatile stitches, along with helpful instructions on making a no-chain foundation, how to replace standard stitches to less yarn, and how you can turn corners with less bulk and no holes. You値l soon discover how the Elmore Method will help you increase the versatility and enjoyment of your crochet work.

Skill Level: Easy

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Customer Reviews for The Elmore Method:

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2.5 out of 5 (Reviewed by 6 customers.)

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August 3, 2014
Sarah B
This book was published in 1991, and is supposed to save you time and money. I have found some of the stitches in online tutorials, but I don't see how they save time or money on yarn. I have been crocheting for 48 years, and plan to keep on with the typical stitches and tried-and-true old methods out there.
July 29, 2014
Darlene T
This item should come with a warning that he uses the pencil grip as opposed to the knife grip. He also uses an old fashioned method of holding the yarn. In addition he uses his own terminology instead of common terms, which may cause a lot of confusion. I agree more pictures of the stitches would help, especially with his using of his own terms. I do like his granny square corners using the Tower Pattern and piggyback stitches.
July 12, 2014
Sheila M
I haven't actually tried to work with this yet, but in reply to other reviews...

You can find videos demonstrating this method of starting a project, using modern terms. It's usually called "foundation single crochet".

The "Elmore stitches" are, I believe, what we call "extended stitches". There should be videos out there on these as well. Basically, once you've drawn up a loop, you work that one loop off the hook first, and then complete the stitch as usual. It gives a slightly taller stitch ... good for those of us who have trouble making row gauge. So for an "Elmore single", you would insert your hook in the work, draw up a loop, yarn over, draw through one loop on hook, yarn over, draw through both loops on hook. For the other "Elmore stitches", you yarn over first (however many times needed for height), draw up a loop, work off *one* loop, then work the stitch as normal.

Hope this helps.
July 7, 2014
Patricia A
I really wish I could give this book a knowledgeable star rating, but I find it absolutely impossible to understand what on earth the stitch instructions are trying to say. I have read and re-read and re-read over and over and over, and cannot understand how to make these new Elmore stitches. I think if I could just see a video on how to make the single Elmore, I could then decipher the halfs and doubles and triples. But try as I might, I can't find a video anywhere.

Very frustrating indeed.
May 21, 2014
Lynne L
I am not impressed. The author uses totally different terms for crochet and not enough instructions are given for the foundation row which is the basis for the rest of the projects.

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