spiral crochet coaster

Home Decoration in Crochet Review

Flipping through a new crochet book as an adult is like flipping through a toy catalog as a kid – so many options that catch the eye and generate excitement. Perusing Home Decoration in Crochet  by Tanya Eberhardt is no exception. From the Corner to Corner Baby Blanket to the Fruity Egg Cozies, there are patterns to fill every corner of your home with beautifully crocheted projects.

Home Decoration in Crochet includes patterns for blankets, throw pillows, potholders, jar covers, and even a teapot cover. All of the patterns have practical uses, and would add a beautiful handmade touch to any home. Some of my favorites include the Geometric Popcorn Cushion Cover and Corner to Corner Baby Blanket, because they appeal to my preference for clean, modern design.

Tanya’s patterns are easy to read, and there are also charts for the more visually inclined. As with all of the books published by Tuva that I’ve had the opportunity to review, the photography is stunning, and the styling accentuates the beauty of the projects.

I have more throw pillows than I will ever need in this lifetime, and everyone in my cohort has already had babies, so I have little need for baby blankets. My eye was drawn instead to the Spiral Coasters as a practical and stylish pattern to try. They would make the perfect housewarming or hostess gift for just about anyone.

crochet coaster

As I said earlier, the pattern was easy to follow, and I worked these up in no time. I’ve already gifted them to a neighbor and am eager to make another set to have on hand. One can never have too many coasters!

If you’d like to win your own copy of Home Decoration in Crochet, all you need to do is leave a comment below telling me what kind of home decor crochet project might liven up your house! I will choose a winner at random. The giveaway is open worldwide, and will close on November 6, 2017 at 12pm, US Central Time. Good luck!

UPDATE: The giveaway is now closed. Thank you to all who entered!

Disclaimer: I was provided a review copy of Home Decoration in Crochet for free. However, the opinions I’ve posted are my own. This post also contains affiliate links, which support this blog.  


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20 thoughts on “Home Decoration in Crochet Review

  1. Asraa Ahmad says:

    I think potholders and jar covers would be the best things to add colour to my home. I have lots of plants whose pots are the same old brown and some colour would really freshen it up.

  2. Bernie Martin says:

    I have many crochet projects living around my house, but my lastest items live there only temporarily as I am crocheting beanies for the preemies at the local hospitals. It is my way of giving back.

  3. Zuzana says:

    The book looks great!! there are so many project in our wonderful life I would like to try! Just give me a time please!! 😀 Im really happy I found your blog, today Im not cooking, Im in MobiusGirl Crochet world, sorry my boys…

  4. Ingrid says:

    That looks like a beautiful book.😍

    A teapot cover would really liven up our house; I drink tea a lot so it would be more cosy with a teapot covered with a beautiful crochet project.

  5. Shireen Chaudhry says:

    I’ve been wanting this book ever since it came out. You can never have enough crochet projects in your home. My house plants need a few pot holders to brighten the place up & to give as Christmas presents 😊

  6. Ana says:

    Oh would love to win a copy! I’ve been following the reviews and wondering if it should be my Christmas present! The spiral coaster looks amazing, I think it would be my first project from this book.

  7. Zuzana says:

    I,m actually finishing crochet granny square blanket, from many square different size, I hope, this month will be ready. I start make this withou schedule, and now it,s not ease to give it together, I must use excel schedule…. :D…

  8. Srie says:

    I’d like to fill my house with many crochet cushions and coasters on my table..
    I hope I will win the copy of this beautiful crochet book.
    Thank you Sandra for the opportunity to win this giveaway!

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