20 Knit Sampler Squares and 4 Easy Projects

Author: Tara Cousins

Publisher: CreateSpace

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Page: 30

View: 700

What better way to show off your knitting skills than with a sampler project? This booklet contains full-color photos and written instructions for 20 different knitted sampler squares. Take your pick from the 4 easy projects and mix-and-match the squares to create a beautiful sampler. Decide on your own color scheme, your own favorite yarn, and your own individual style. This booklet will guide you through the steps of adding a crocheted border to your squares, as well as show you different ways to join your squares.

Granny Square Flowers

50 Botanical Crochet Motifs and 15 Original Projects

Author: Margaret Hubert

Publisher: Creative Publishing International

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Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 144

View: 342

Following the continuing success of The Granny Square Book, Margaret Hubert presents 50 all-new granny squares with a botanical theme and demonstrates their versatility with 15 new projects.

Knitting Pretty

Simple Instructions for 30 Fabulous Projects

Author: Kris Percival

Publisher: Chronicle Books

ISBN:

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 120

View: 468

At long last, a knitting book thats certifiably hip. Aimed at the rapidly growing new generation of knitters, Knitting Pretty offers up 30 smart-looking projects presented in language ordinary human beings can understand. Perfect for the beginner, the user-friendly basics section features step-by-step illustrations and instructions for everything the knitter on the make needs to know. The unique patterns-from cozy caps, scarves, and mittens, to pillow covers, kooky sock puppets, and even a paperweight-come with easy-to-follow instructions, helpful diagrams, and beautiful full-color photographs of the finished projects. From quick and easy projects to somewhat grander endeavors for the more experienced, Knitting Pretty makes it a pleasure to whip up warm and woolly masterpieces.

Australian National Bibliography: 1992

Author: National Library of Australia

Publisher: National Library Australia

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View: 662

La biblioteca tiene como muestra didactica 1989 (Ene, feb, sept, oct, nov, dic.).

The Knitting Book

Author: Frederica Patmore

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN:

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 400

View: 810

Something needling you? Take up the relaxation technique that's sweeping the globe! Whether you're new to knitting or a wonder with wool, The Knitting Book is for you. Here the traditional, artistic, and practical craft has a modern makeover, in a sumptuous, fully-illustrated book that clearly explains the key tools and techniques you need to knit beautiful accessories for your home and wardrobe. With advice on contemporary styles and new materials, gone are the days of seventies-style jumpers for dad and back in vogue are knitted bags, cushion covers, drinks coasters, not to mention gorgeous and glamorous hats, scarves, and other fashion accessories. Packed with essential advice, inspiring ideas, and beautiful projects, The Knitting Book is the bible no knitter can be without. Hugely satisfying and easy on the pocket and the environment, knitting is the hobby for our times.

Knitters

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Category: Hand weaving

Page:

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The Needleworker's Constant Companion

Complete Step-by-step Instructions, with Hundreds of Projects, for Dressmaking, Sewing for the Home, Knitting Plain and Fancy, and All Kinds of Crocheting

Author: Susannah Read

Publisher: Penguin Putnam

ISBN:

Category: Needlework

Page: 352

View: 181

Uncommon Crochet

Twenty-Five Projects Made from Natural Yarns and Alternative Fibers

Author: Julie Armstrong Holetz

Publisher: Ten Speed Press

ISBN:

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 168

View: 339

Black leather granny squares are anything but square, and hot pink organic hemp gives crocheted vases a decidedly modern cachet. In Uncommon Crochet, designer Julie Armstrong Holetz applies new ideas and unconventional materials--like wire, raffia, jute, sisal, recycled belts, fabric strips, and felted beads--to twenty-five patterns for bins, baskets, totes, handbags, clutches, jewelry, and more. Step-by-step instructions, detailed how-to photographs, and essential advice about creativity, design, and experi-mentation encourage you to play with fiber, add funky embellishments, and use your creative spirit to customize any pattern--even the ones in this book! From practical containers like Red's Goodie Basket (a stylish home for your WIP--works in progress) and Vintage Satchel (a sturdy retro messenger bag) to just plain fun projects like Petite Fleur Vases (tiny bud vases that hold water) and Sushi (crocheted California rolls, anyone?), Uncommon Crochet offers fresh twists on old-school techniques that turn simple projects into gift-worthy creations.