New Locker Hook Book – Locking Loops

Locking Loops by Theresa Pulido

Locking Loops by Theresa Pulido

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I never get tired flipping through the latest locker hook book from Theresa Pulido, “Locking Loops: Unique Locker Hooking Handcrafts to Wear and Give”. Thanks to Theresa for sending her autographed book together with some sample supplies to me for the book review and project testing. Get a peek below on what’s in the book… I am sure you will love it too.

With a compilation of 30 unique locker hook projects & new techniques, Locking Loops provides alluring projects suitable for every skill level, from beginner to veteran. This books offers colorful projects to give and wear; from rugs, pillows, tableware, baskets, bags and wearables like a belt, brooch, bracelet and more.

Buy Locking Loops: Unique Locker Hooking Handcrafts to Wear and Give at Amazon.
OR
WIN a free copy and the DIY kit from Theresa, worth $120. WOW!!! Act now before it is gone [closing on 23 September 2011]. Remember to tell Theresa that you know locker hooking from Craft Passion in the giveaway comment, :-) and don’t forget to “like” Color Crazy Facebook page with a comment there too.

 
And, if you would love to get Theresa’s first locker hook book, Hook, Loop ‘n’ Lock: Create Fun and Easy Locker Hooked Projects, you can buy from Amazon too. This is the book that inspired me into locker hooking crafts.

You can also view the video of Theresa, introducing the “Locking Loops” Locker Hooking Book, produced by the book publisher F+W Media.

If this is your first time trying locker hook craft, you can buy the kit from Color Crazy online shop. Basically you can get all you need for locker hooking there, from tools to materials.

Locking Loops book reviewThis is my autographed copy and I am in love with it.
I am going to try out the projects with the sample Theresa gave. Will show you later once it is done.

With Theresa’s easy to follow step by step photos and descriptions, one can easily learned how to locker hook in no time.
I am a good example, remember I told you about how I was deeply inspired by Theresa after I bought her first book Hook, Loop ‘n” Lock when I wrote my first tutorial on this craft.

This is my favorite…. Hope to try it soon!!! However, this is for advance level as it involves more complicated steps.

A lovely garden preserved basket perfect as a “gift basket” for the homemade fruit preserved to friends and families.

I think I am going to try this project first, a floral name card holder.

There are 2 project on Christmas ornaments, a Christmas tree and a snowman. If you buy the book now and start learning it, you can make them in time for this coming Christmas.

Colored chart for you to follow the pattern easily.

About the book author: Theresa Pulido
After a twenty-year career in high-tech, Theresa decided to pursue a more creative track that taps her passion for color, design and anything that is handcrafted. Theresa has always sought out unique objects that feature compelling designs, whether found in nature or crafted by hand. She applies this passion to her own surroundings and handmade creations. Theresa is the author of “Hook, Loop & Lock,” her first book on locker hooking, and “Locking Loops,” her latest book that features unique locker hooking hand crafts to give and wear. To learn more about Theresa’s designs and patterns, visit colorcrazy.com and be sure to check out the gallery.

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  1. There are starving needy children in the United States that need help. I would give to them not in other countries when there is a need here.

  2. Good book to share.

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