Luxury Yarn One-Skein Wonders®

Author: Judith Durant

Publisher: Storey Publishing

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Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 272

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A little luxury goes a long way! Discover the treasures you can knit from single skeins of the expensive yarns you dream about. More than 100 patterns include elegant wraps and scarves, cuddly baby blankets, evening bags, and dozens of other projects destined to become cherished heirlooms. Indulge yourself with a small sampling of creamy cashmere, lustrous alpaca, seductive silk, exotic soy, or organic linen. The softest fibers make the greatest treasures, even in small doses.

One-Skein Wonders®

Author: Judith Durant

Publisher: Storey Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 240

View: 440

If you’re like most knitters, you have lonely skeins of yarn in your closet — casualties of projects discarded mid-row or leftovers from long-completed pieces. Offering 101 charming designs that use just a single skein of yarn, Judith Durant shows you how to turn these extra bits of fiber into stylish hats, mittens, scarves, and tea cozies. Covering a wide range of tastes and styles, this collection will inspire you to dig out your orphan yarn and get stitching.

Sock Yarn One-Skein Wonders®

101 Patterns That Go Way Beyond Socks!

Author: Judith Durant

Publisher: Storey Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 288

View: 370

Sock yarn isn’t just for socks anymore! Veteran knitter Judith Durant presents 101 original projects that can be created from just a single skein of sock yarn, including adorable baby clothes, warm hats, beautiful scarves, and even a dog sweater. A quick and creative way to use up leftovers, many of these projects knit up in less than three hours. Adapted from designs contributed by yarn shops and crafters from throughout North America, knitters of all types will delight in these fun and stylish creations.

One More Skein

30 Quick Projects to Knit

Author: Leigh Radford

Publisher: Open Road Media

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Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 128

View: 442

The author of AlterKnits Felt shows knitters how to turn a little yarn into fun projects and gifts—including baby clothes, bags, and household items. “Two needles and one (or one more) skein of yarn—the possibilities never cease to amaze me,” writes Leigh Radford in the introduction to her new book. Radford’s fascination with the creative potential of these raw materials is evident throughout One More Skein, where she melds the alternative approach to knitting and felting she introduced in AlterKnits and AlterKnits Felt with the magic she worked with a single skein of yarn in the bestselling One Skein. One More Skein features 30 diverse projects that can be completed with one or two average-sized skeins of yarn or multiple bits of leftover yarn. Projects include an earflap hat sized for the whole family; fingerless mitts; sweaters, britches, and capelets for baby; hemp jewelry embellished with jump ring “beads”; a felted, pleated sleeve to dress up a vase; and a multicolored blanket worked from assorted stash yarn. All of them are quick and relatively easy to make, without sacrificing beauty or ingenuity.

Skeins Of Yarn

30 Projects To Knit For Beginners: Easy Knitting Projects For Gifts

Author: Lang Pinnt

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Page: 148

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A little luxury goes a long way! Discover the treasures you can knit from single skeins of the expensive yarns you dream about. This Skeins Of Yarn Guide features 30 diverse projects that can be completed with one or two average-sized skeins of yarn or multiple bits of leftover yarn. Projects include an earflap hat sized for the whole family; fingerless mitts; sweaters, britches, and capelets for baby; hemp jewelry embellished with jump ring "beads"; a felted, pleated sleeve to dress up a vase; and a multicolored blanket worked from assorted stash yarn. All of them are quick and relatively easy to make, without sacrificing beauty or ingenuity.

Skeins Of Yarn Guide

How To Turn A Little Yarn Into Fun Projects And Gifts: Yarn Book For Kids

Author: Christina Mushtaq

Publisher:

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Page: 148

View: 316

A little luxury goes a long way! Discover the treasures you can knit from single skeins of the expensive yarns you dream about. This Skeins Of Yarn Guide features 30 diverse projects that can be completed with one or two average-sized skeins of yarn or multiple bits of leftover yarn. Projects include an earflap hat sized for the whole family; fingerless mitts; sweaters, britches, and capelets for baby; hemp jewelry embellished with jump ring "beads"; a felted, pleated sleeve to dress up a vase; and a multicolored blanket worked from assorted stash yarn. All of them are quick and relatively easy to make, without sacrificing beauty or ingenuity.

One Skein Crochet

Author: Ellen Gormley

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN:

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 112

View: 987

Turn a cherished skein of yarn into a unique crocheted accessory! Have you fallen in love with a single skein of yarn, but struggle to find just the right pattern for it? One Skein Crochet has just what you're looking for! Packed with stash-busting know-how, Ellen Gormley is sharing more than just patterns in this inspiring resource. Inside you'll find: • Information on how to pair single skeins of yarn with the perfect crochet project. • How-to on anticipating when a skein of yarn will end so you always have enough to finish what you're stitching. • Lessons on designing your own stunning one-skein projects. • Plus, 15 inspiring accessories that only take a single skein! You'll never wonder what to make with a skein of yarn again with One Skein Crochet!

Queen of Skeins: Or Yarn Goddess... Either Will Do!

Author: Laverne Benton

Publisher:

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Page: 40

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Lady Dye Yarns Exclusively available in February Subscription Box. Order here: https://ladydyeyarns.com/?product=february-theme-black-history-monthEnjoy this handy combined yarn catalog and project journal. Upon completion, your yarn stash will be a well curated collection. The project section lets you jot down thoughts and plans for the perfect creations. In an easy to carry size, this 5 x 8 inch journal can travel with you anywhere! The first section contains space to document the following for each skein or ball of yarn: Yarn Name; Yarn Brand; Yarn Weight; Fiber Content; Yarn Color/#; Lot #; Weights; Lengths; Cost per weight or length; Hook and Needle Sizes; Gauge and several other handy descriptive fields.The second section provides space to plan: Project Name; Source/Inspiration; Theme; Yarn Details Hook and Needle Sizes; Free Planning Space and several other fields. It also includes optional wholesale and retail price planning fields.

3 Skeins or Less - Fresh Knitted Accessories

Author: Tanis Gray

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN:

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 144

View: 317

A collection of fun knitting projects--all in three skeins or less! In 3 Skeins or Less: Fresh Knitted Accessories, knitters will find 25 accessories that take no more than 1, 2, or 3 skeins of yarn. They will delight in knitting patterns for ever-so-popular shawls, socks, hats/berets, mittens, cowls, and even a tank, cropped sweater, and cami! Featured designers include Ann Weaver, Carina Spencer, Heather Zoppetti, Romi Hill, and many others. Their designs feature stitch patterns that go for interesting color combos, unexpected pattern twists, and extra sparkle. 3 Skeins or Less: Fresh Knitted Accessories is the perfect book for knitters wanting to make gifts for any occasion. The yarns chosen are a great balance of beautiful hand-dyes and big brands, allowing you to keep an eye on your budget or find the perfect use for precious skeins of special yarns.

Special Little Knits from Just One Skein

Author: Cheryl Potter

Publisher: Martingale

ISBN:

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 112

View: 337

They're called oddballs, orphans, and leftovers--those stunning but solitary skeins of yarn just waiting to be turned into treasures. What can you make with just one skein of yarn? Find loads of creative ideas in this collection of "one-skein wonders." Knit hats, scarves, shawls, socks, purses, and more--over 25 projects each made from just one skein or hank of yarn To get started, choose a yarn with a similar yardage, weight, and fiber content as the project shown Find designs for all types of yarns, from lace weight to chunky and everything in between

Crochet One-Skein Wonders®

101 Projects from Crocheters around the World

Author: Judith Durant

Publisher: Storey Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 288

View: 427

In this all-crochet addition to the One-Skein Wonders® series, Edie Eckman and Judith Durant offer 101 exciting crochet projects — including jewelry, scarves, bags, hats, dresses, and home decor items — that each use just one skein of yarn. With projects organized by yarn type and weight, you’ll be crocheting lacy shrugs for the springtime and heavy-duty beanies for the snowy winter months. Whatever your experience level, you’re sure to find a delightfully portable project that suits your individual style.

Going on a Trip Need about 4 Skeins of Yarn Iv'e Packed 152 Just to Be Safe!

Funny Knitting Saying Notebook

Author: T. M. W. Craster

Publisher:

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Page: 102

View: 982

Going on a Trip need about 4 skeins of yarn Iv'e Packed 152 just to be Safe! Funny knitting humor. Lined notebook for every crafting fan. White pages in very compact size 6 x 9 inches. With space for all important notes. Keep thoughts and plans written down in their knitting theme.

The Complete Guide to Spinning Yarn

Techniques, Projects, and Recipes

Author: Brenda Gibson

Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin

ISBN:

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 144

View: 454

Spinning is experiencing a resurgence of interest as it moves in a contemporary direction away from its traditional past. The Complete Guide to Spinning Yarn provides a new generation of crafters with all the information they need in one accessible package, starting with tools and equipment, types of fibers, and spinning techniques to making, processing, and finishing off a skein of yarn. Included are actual recipes for making many types of yarn, ranging from boucles, to worsteds, to flecked, and chunky yarns, all shown in full-color close-up detailed photos. Instructions for a small group of projects to use the yarn you make are also included. Last but not least, learn how to go commercial, with valuable tips on realistically pricing your goods, accepting commissions, selling at craft fairs or on the internet, and more. A must-have reference and source of inspiration for new and experienced spinners alike, The Complete Guide to Spinning Yarn provides all the know-how to get started, perfect your skills, or take your spinning to the next level.

One Skein

Author: Leigh Radford

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN:

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 131

View: 871

These knitted and crocheted fashion accessories and decorative accents for the home vary in their required levels of skill, but all can be completed quickly and require only one skein of yarn. The stitch patterns and clear instructions make it easy for even procrastinators and the less-than-diligent to create a ruffled cravat, a drawstring bag, a tank top, cozy scarves, arm and leg warmers, lace wristlets, fingerless gloves, a mohair pillow, and even a sweater for a baby. Several projects do not require any new yarn at allâ€"instead projects such as the Felted Striped Tote or the Labyrinth Circle Rug are designed using up a skein's worth of leftovers from other projects. A guide to terms and techniques, a resource directory, and a bibliography are also included.

Skein for Skein

16 Knitted Projects

Author: Cheryl Potter

Publisher: Martingale

ISBN:

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 96

View: 986

Join four well-known knitwear designers as they guide you through successfully substituting same-weight yarns using examples from a range of yarn producers. Learn why "skein for skein," yarn is not always the same. Learn the ins and outs of yarn substitution and discover how style, texture, and fiber content affect results Explore fingering, double-knitting, worsted-weight, and bulky-weight yarns

3 Skeins or Less - Modern Baby Knits

23 Knitted Baby Garments, Blankets, Toys, and More!

Author: Tanis Gray

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN:

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 128

View: 562

When it comes to baby knits, only the cutest garments will do! It's even better when they use only 1, 2, or 3 skeins of yarn. Whether you're whipping up something special for your own little one or need an easy gift for a baby shower, you'll find lots of adorable options in 3 Skeins or Less: Modern Baby Knits. Create a chic, kimono-style sweater for a budding fashionista, or an adorable striped romper for a bouncing baby boy. A cozy colorwork beanie will keep little one’s head warm through the winter months, and a handmade lovey or cabled nursery blanket makes the perfect welcome-home gift for a brand-new bundle of joy. Knitted in chic neutrals and fresh, modern brights in a range of sizes from newborn to toddler, these 23 designs are sure to please babies and moms alike.

One-Skein Wonders® for Babies

101 Knitting Projects for Infants & Toddlers

Author: Judith Durant

Publisher: Storey Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 288

View: 569

This irresistible collection offers 101 original knitting projects for babies and toddlers — each using just a single skein of yarn! From mittens and hats to tees, sweaters, hoodies, pants, dresses, socks, and bootees, you’ll find the perfect wearable for every child and every occasion. You’ll also discover beautiful bibs, blankets, and sleep sacks, plus adorable stuffed toys, blanket buddies, and more. These beautiful projects were contributed by designers and crafters around the world, and each comes with complete step-by-step instructions and a photograph of the finished piece.

DIY Yarn Book

30 Diverse Projects To Knit: Quick Knitting Projects To Sell

Author: Patria Doriean

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 148

View: 546

A little luxury goes a long way! Discover the treasures you can knit from single skeins of the expensive yarns you dream about. This Skeins Of Yarn Guide features 30 diverse projects that can be completed with one or two average-sized skeins of yarn or multiple bits of leftover yarn. Projects include an earflap hat sized for the whole family; fingerless mitts; sweaters, britches, and capelets for baby; hemp jewelry embellished with jump ring "beads"; a felted, pleated sleeve to dress up a vase; and a multicolored blanket worked from assorted stash yarn. All of them are quick and relatively easy to make, without sacrificing beauty or ingenuity.