Lovely Knits for Little Girls

20 Just-right Patterns, Just for Girls

Author: Vibe Sondergaard

Publisher: Taunton Press


Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 144

View: 553

"Knit patterns for little girls"--

Knitting Clothes for Young Girls

Author: Amanda Davis

Publisher: BookRix


Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 50

View: 841

Girls need and love clothes. Knitting Clothes for Young Girls meets this need with 14 vintage patterns. There are sweaters, a few outfits, and more in this lovely book. The sizes are for girls between the ages 6-14.

Lovely Layettes

Author: Carole Prior

Publisher: Leisure Arts


Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 40

View: 742

That new baby will capture your heart in an instant! Why not knit a layette for that darling girl or boy, so you can lovingly wrap the wee one in softness and warmth? These four sets by Carole Prior each include a hat, booties, jacket, and pants made with light weight yarn. The garment patterns are sized for 6 months to 18 months. Each set is fun to knit, with its lovely texture taking shape before your eyes. So while you knit a soft layette to pamper that precious child, you can also pamper yourself with a little creativity!






Page: 80

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In its 114th year, Billboard remains the world's premier weekly music publication and a diverse digital, events, brand, content and data licensing platform. Billboard publishes the most trusted charts and offers unrivaled reporting about the latest music, video, gaming, media, digital and mobile entertainment issues and trends.

Such a Lovely Couple

Author: Linda Yellin

Publisher: Simon and Schuster


Category: Fiction

Page: 336

View: 235

A charming and bittersweet first novel, set in the 1980's, about falling in love and marrying your best friend, then divorcing because you both have gently drifted apart, only to discover too late that you made a mistake that can’t be fixed because the love of your life now has a fatal brain tumor. Yellin will win you over with her keen eye, warm wit and heartbreaking story.

Baby Beanies

Happy Hats to Knit for Little Heads

Author: Amanda Keeys

Publisher: Potter Craft


Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 144

View: 350

Easy-to-knit hats for easy-to-love babies • 25 super-cute, simple-to-make hats for little heads • Cute-as-a-button projects showcased with stunning baby portraits • Perfect projects for beginning knitters make great baby gifts! Whatever their activities, we think you'll agree: babies should wear hats. Mainly because they look so darned cute in hats! And they look really, really cute in Baby Beanies. Author and photographer Amanda Keeys designed these enchanting toppers for the babies who model for her, and her simple patterns use bright colors, lush textures, and quirky embellishments to rise to the top. Directions for basic stitches and techniques are included, so even beginning knitters can easily whip up a present for a special baby. Readers will enjoy the funny, engaging text and the hundreds of adorable photos. Go beyond blue for boys and pink for girl—make them something nice from Baby Beanies!


A Novel Biography of the Schumanns and Brahms

Author: Boman Desai

Publisher: AuthorHouse


Category: Fiction

Page: 824

View: 479

The trio comprises three musical geniuses: Robert and Clara Schumann and Johannes Brahms. Clara married Robert, with whom she fell in love when she was just sixteen, though it meant challenging the iron will of her father, who wished her to marry an earl or a count, certainly not an impoverished composer. The Schumanns had eight children, and Robert’s greatness as a composer was never in doubt, but he was also mentally ill, attempted suicide, and finally incarcerated himself in an asylum, where he died two and a half years later. Johannes Brahms entered the picture shortly before the incarceration and fell deeply in love with Clara but was just as deeply indebted to Robert for getting his first six opuses published within weeks of their meeting. Clara was forbidden to see Robert in the asylum because the doctors feared she would excite him too much. Brahms became a go-between for the couple, ferrying messages to and fro, but both loved Robert too well to abuse his trust. Brahms learned instead to associate deep love with deep renunciation—and, coupling this love with early experiences of playing dance music for sailors and prostitutes in Hamburg’s dockside bars, he became a victim to the Freudian conundrum: where he loves, he feels no passion, and where he feels passion, he cannot love. Germany grows in the hinterland of the story from four hundred-plus principalities to one nation under Bismarck. The great composers of the century (Mendelssohn, Chopin, Liszt, and Wagner among others) have their entrances and exits, and the ghosts of Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, and Schubert are never distant. Though firmly grounded in fact, the book unfolds like a novel, a narrative of love, insanity, suicide, revolution, politics, war, and of course, music.

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Knitting and Crocheting

Author: Gail Diven

Publisher: Penguin


Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 304

View: 906

This guide has been a bestseller ever since its first publication. Plus, it's the only book to include knitting and crocheting, with both comprehensive instructions and exciting patterns. Readers will get: -- Goof-proof instructions to get them knitting and crocheting in no time -- Expert advice on how to correct common knitting gaffes -- Terrific tips that will help them decipher knitting and crocheting patterns -- Easy ways to check their gauge-and what to do when it doesn't match the pattern