Inspired Fair Isle Knits Fiona Ellis Inspired Fair Isle Knits is another treat from Fiona Ellis. This book is charming and clever, attractive and intriguing, and more than that, it scratches that itch that asks us to find meaning and a connection to the world around us in our knitting.
Modern top-down knitting by Kristina McGowan Sweaters, dresses, skirts and accessories. Inspired by the Techniques of Barbara G. Walker In this sophisticated womenswear collection, designer Kristina McGowan presents streamlined, feminine dresses, tunics and skirts: elegant cardigans and pullovers; and stylish go-to...
Traditional Fair Isle Knitting by Sheila McGregor Situated far to the north of the Scottish mainland, the Shetlands are famous for the dampness of their climate and the excellence of their wool. Fair Isle's unusual technique employs two colors in each row: the wool not in use is stranded along the back in short loops, resulting in an...
200 Crochet Flowers, Embellishments & Trims by Claire Crompton Fresh looks for roses, daisies, sunflowers and more. customise your fashion and homestyle with this irresistible array of 200 crochet flowers, fabrics trims and motifs.
Cool Knits for Kids by Kate Gunn & Robyn Macdonald From beautiful textured designs inspired by classic Scandinavian style to cutest picture knits, this collection of 25 patterns has something to make every cool kid.
Traditional Scandinavian Knitting by Sheila McGregor. An expert on traditional Scandinavian Knitting explains the dictinctive craft's origins, its various types, and knitting techniques, in this classic guide. Sheila McGregor's in-depth treatment ranges from the regional styles of Norway, Sweden, and Denmark to those of the North Atlantic...
Guide To Knitting by Nancy Queen & Ellen O'Connel With more than 30 simple, chic projects plus simple step-by-step instructions, this book is the complete guide to starting and enjoying this fun, rewarding hobby. New knitters can finish up their first projects in a weekend; more advanced beginners (that is, the ones who have...
Felt It! by Maggie Pace If you can knit it, then you can felt it! Pick up your knitting needles, grab some warm fuzzy yarn, and let designer Maggie Pace guide you through on of these 20 creative patterns for fun accessories.
Tea Cozies 2 A beautiful cozy is essential for every tea lover. If your old pot is looking a bit sad, cheer it up with something from this stunning selection of thrifty projects. Ideal for using up oddmemnts of yarn from other projects. The ideal portable project for knitters on the go.
Complete Feltmaking by Gillian Harris Handmade felt boasts countless benefits and applications - it's a durable and non-fraying fabric that can be used for fashion and home projects. With a little fleece, water and soap, any crafter can learn the art of creating felt.
Susanna Wallis demonstrates how to create wonderful pictures and three-dimensional objects using wool and simple needle felting techniques. Simple techniques, clearly explained with step-by-step photographs. Six fantastic projects including cards, pictures, jewellery, birds.
Twenty To Make. Knitted Bears. All dressed up! by Val Pierce Knit twenty little bears, each 20cm (8") high, and all dressed up in a wonderful range of knitted outfits that will delight both adults and children
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