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Entree to Entrelac - PDF
Whether you are new to entrelac, have dabbled some, or love it already and just want more interesting designs, this Gwen Bortner book is for you. For knitters who haven’t tried entrelac (or need to try again), the book works as a series of skills and concepts with projects along the way to apply what you have learned. Knitters with some experience with entrelac can review the basics, then learn options for shaping, seams, and joining. And with over 30 projects, those here just for the designs will find a wide range of garments and accessories for the whole family.
Hats: a Knitter's dozen - PDF
Traditional to whimsical stocking caps and hats with twists and turns, textures, and lots of color work are among the best ideas for hats from Knitter's Magazine featured in this project book. Providing knitters with an opportunity to learn while they create, these 18 hat projects range in complexity to appeal to beginning through advanced skill levels. Knitters are invited to either start out with more ordinary yarns and stitches or to experiment with rich yarns and sophisticated stitches. A variety of embellishments and visually appealing instructions will inspire knitters to create their own custom designs.
Jean Frost Jackets - PDF
Basic stitches, quality yarns, and easy-to-do details add up to the style that distinguishes these 21 classic, designer-inspired jackets. Comfortable to wear, easy to pack, and fun to create—this is real-life knitting for women with real lives. Whether the inspiration is Armani or Chanel, Jean Frost makes knitting a jacket a pleasure. She’s a pro: experienced, low-key, and efficient. From taking initial measurements to the final finish, Jean Frost Jackets breaks the process into easy steps.
Kids, Kids, Kids - PDF
This book provides a colorful array of fun-to-wear garments and fanciful toys to knit for children. It features 43 winning patterns from the Knitter's Magazine "Knitting is for Kids Too" contest.
Kids: a Knitter's dozen - PDF
19 patterns, hundreds of possibilities. More than a dozen irresistible hand-knit projects for boys and girls, ages two through ten. Projects you can count on for good design, function, knitting fun, and endless possibilities.
Knit in New Directions - PDF
Myra Woods introduces the pure fun of knitting with strips and modules, creative short rows, crazy quilt pieces, and freeform shapes. From small sampler bags to sweaters and jackets, each of the 20 designs is a step-by-step exercise to discover and develop creativity.
Knit My Skirt - PDF
Candace Eisner Strick gives you over 25 patterns with thoughtful fit additions, and brilliant waist treatments.
Knit One Below - PDF
In Knit One Below, Elise Duvekot introduces a new and exciting way for knitters to combine colors, weights, fibers, and types of yarn into versatile fabrics. The One Stitch is K1B, knit into the stitch below, (or P1B, purl into the stitch below). The Many Fabrics range from the basic 2-stitch, 2-row repeat worked in a single yarn to Elise’s initial inspiration—the Column Pattern, made using 2 colors in alternating rows. This 2-stitch, 4-row repeat produces 1-stitch vertical stripes in a fabric that has a very supple, non-stiff, hand. The choices continue into cables, intarsia, and knit-purl combinations incorporating the Knit One Below fabric. With non-roll edges that require no borders and require minimal finishing, the 35 projects ranging from sweaters and shawls to socks and accessories are easy to intermediate knits.
Knitter's Handbook - PDF
During our knitting time, most of us don't need a wagonload of technique books, we just need one that does the job—one that is compact, concise, and convenient.
Maggie's Ireland - PDF
With over 40 exciting designs by Maggie Jackson, you'll come for the knitting, but you'll stay for the coastal views, the historic ruins, and the Irish wit.
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