Author(s): Emma Friedlander-Collins
As a new convert to crochet, and a mother of two small superheroes, Emma Friedlander-Collins wasfrustrated by the lack of cool patterns available for children's costumes, so she decided to start writing herown. This collection of over 35 pieces, which make up 15 different costumes, is the result. All the dressing-upfavourites are here, from a pirate to a mermaid, fairytale characters such as Rapunzel and Red Riding Hood,superheroes and Vikings, and even some furry friends - a cute cat and a floppy-eared bunny. All the itemsare quick to make - great for those last-minute panics over forgotten party invititations - and will cost you afraction of the price of shop-bought outfits, as well as being truly unique.
Emma Friedlander-Collins has been moonlighting under the name Steel & Stitch since 2010 and has asuccessful online business and blog (steelandstitch.blogspot.co.uk) where she tries out her crochet patterns,and shares tips and techniques.