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950-930

33 projects from simple to sublime - scarves, hats, capes and footwear.

950-927

25 wonderful projects to warm and comfort children from newborns to 3-year olds: kitten and puppy sweaters, starlight blanket, play cubes, party flags, head honcho poncho, 1-2-3 sweater, my first teddy, darling dolly, my own puppet theatre.

950-925

these 30 stylish projects to knit and felt will expand your knitting skills. make a colourful eyeglass case from a simple rectangle, combine delting with traditional knitting on a warm sweater jacket, add a touch of embroidery to give a scarf a special touch, and more

950-924

a delightful collection of children's sweaters, cardigans, hats, scarves, and knapsacks. each garment combines the handcrafted detail and practical wearability that gives each little badger design its charm; combines updated traditional knitting techniques with a modern colour palette.

950-919

tangled reflections on the knitter's life will keep you in stitches and unravel your tensions for many warm and woolly moments to come

950-912

beautiful bags and accessories based on andean knitting traditions. work with the classic motifs and bright colours of the andean nations to knit 35 exceptional projects. become familiar with the fascinating cultural context, creativity, stories and spirit of the andean people.

950-907

how to successfully plan and create beautiful knitted garments that will complement your wardrobe and lifestyle. offers simple methods for planning the sweater of your dreams without starting from scratch. plus a variety of original stitch patterns.

950-905

whether you're travelling on the bus, waiting for an appointment, or taking a lunch break, these lovely, portable knitting projects are just what you need to happily pass the time.

950-899

dress it up, dress it down - do it all with the knitted tee. start with a basic tee, then move on to eye-catching edgings and touchable textures. choose from 5 constuction techniques and 20 eas-to-wear styles, all fun to knit and fast to finish.

950-898

gorgeous handknits for new babies, in soft yarns that are gentle against delicate skin. classic items with luxurious trimmings and simpledesigns in soft cashmere.

950-897

a universal pattern for sock knitiing. an interchangeable heel/toe, a cast-on that works equally well from cuff-to-toe or toe-to-cuff, and a finish that requires only one method.

950-896

41 projects, mostly simple, all surprising - beds for felines, bags, bowls and baskets for you - cozies for your needles and more.

950-895

many knitters consider the designs in elizabeth zimmereman's newsletters to be timeless: from her first fair isle issue in 1958 to the now classic baby surprise jacket in 1968. long time fans will welcome these old friends and new knitters may discover the freedom and creativity that elizabeth's patterns encourage.

950-894

the linen look

950-892

why buy the same store-bought garments other babies are wearing when you can make adorable knitwear that's uniquely your own. these projects are exceptional for their stylish good looks and charming detail.

950-888

the varied patterns and colorways now available in self-striping yarns let you make complicated looking projects using only basic knitting.

950-886

950-883

950-882

sized for children and adults. based on a system: 2 bands + 5 tops + colour + texture = endless possibilities

950-881

nine "silky tweed" designs, six in "silky wool", and one in angora, ranging from basic elegance to intriguing surface patterns and garment shapes.

950-880

13 designs using designer's choice angora, and one using silky wool

950-874

make fresh and exciting knitted designs highlighted with distinctive beadwork. featuring a kaleidoscope of colours and textures, these projects go beyond the typical purses and bags knit with small threads or eveningwear with bead embroidery, and include sweaters, scarves, hats and gloves that are stylish and chic and can be worn every day.

950-871

second edition. a collection of socks designed to be seen, emphasizing heels (which show prominently in sandals and clogs). includes free-sole socks - a new technique which allows the sole to be made with a more durable yarn than the upper, and which allows the sole to be detached and replaced.

950-865

adorable sweaters, breezy summer tops, jazzy jumpers, delightful shorts, cozy hats, fun coats, baby toys, child's bathrobe and slippers, jackets, animal backpack, comfy mittens, kid's afghans, colourful rompers, interesting vests, baby blankets and cuddly animals

950-862

25 irresistible knits for children from 6 months to 4 years old. from polka dot bootees to chunky sweaters, floral jackets and even a fairy dress. yarns range from coolottons to cozy wools.

950-861

1000 charted motifs. traditional styles from western europe and the middle east, new classics from the usa and around the world. you will easily learn how to add a personal flair to all your knitting projects and give handmade gifts a special touch.

950-860

let the vibrant colours and rich textures of han-dyed yarns guide you on your next knitting adventure. instantly give a designer look to pullovers, cardigans, vests and more. 20 stunning projects

950-858

16 techniques fro knitting and crocheting with beads. 13 knitting projects. 10 crochet projects. methods for mixing techniques.

950-854

nineteen fun, simple-to-follow patterns make it easy for even first-time knitters to create beautiful stockings for the entire family, plus knit and felt ornaments for the tree.

950-852

presents ideas for making fabrics and garments from modules. they can be knitted as presented, but you can also personalize them in any colour, stitch or texture. from there you can design your own combinations - one square, one triangle or one strip at a time

950-850

the six most popular sweater constructions (drop shoulder, modified drop shoulder, set-in sleeve, saddle shoulder, raglan, seamless yoke) are presented with easy-to-follow charted instructions.

950-847

this leaflet contains specific yarn requirements for eight of the most popular knitted items - mittens, gloves, socks, scarves, tams, hats, sweaters, vests; all for a wide range of sizes and yarn gauges.

950-845

beautiful examples of age-old, traditional shetland knitting side-by-side with highly contemporary knitting projects. each project includes instructions that are carefully written and charted.

950-844

 

20 great knitted and felted bags. from small sleek handbags to roomy totes these quick knitted and felted designs rank high on style and simplicity.

950-843

try any kind of yarn, use any size needles - you can't go wrong with this onventive, easy approach to knitted lace. even the simplest project becomes a work of art when you use the unlimited colours and textures of hand-painted yarns.

950-841

950-840

a knitter's dozen? handbags, totes, packs, pouches, purses, and pocketbooks. 21 patterns, hundreds of possibilities.

950-838

only basic knitting skills are needed to make the twelve adorable bears and myriad outfits found in this colourful collecction.

950-836

the author explains the distinctive origins of this craft, its various types and techniques in this classic guide: the regional styles of norway, sweden, denmark, the faroes and iceland.

950-835

choose from more than 550 knitting patterns that are perfect for a wealth of projects. this is the big book you can't be without: areference guide as useful as needles and yarn

950-834

 

ribs, ruffles, lace, fringes, flora, points and picots; the essential collection of 350 decorative borders

950-832

prominent and up-and-coming knitwear designers reinvent this most basic of garments. expect to be surprised by this collection of 31 elegant, whimsical and ingenious scarves

950-831

transform simple shapes into colour-splashed fashion statements with a simple "modular" method that even beginners can quickly catch on to.

950-820

each 5 1/4" x 8 1/4" laminated project card features a colour photo, size and materials information, step-by-step instructions and a schematic drawing. 20 sweater patterns are easy enough for any confident beginner. pullovers, tunics, shells, tees and cardigans

950-819

each 5 1/4" x 8 1/4" laminated project card features a colour photo, size and materials information, step-by-step instructions and a schematic drawing. 20 traditional to trendy, easy to advanced projects for women and men

950-817

anne-maj has explored and developed two-end knitting (twined knitting) to achieve exciting new designs and refinements.

950-816

101 original stitch designs plus: theory, techniques, design tips, borders and much more

950-815

a collection of memorable designs to suit everybody, every occasion and every season, from beginner to advanced

950-814

with this new knitting technique, you can create beautiful felted accessories. wool yarn, simple stitches, and large needles guarantee quick success for knitters of all levels

950-813

all-over patterns, edgings and trimmings, motifs, irish style crochet

950-812

basic stitches, lace patterns, motifs, filet, clusters, shells, bobbles, loops

950-811

diamonds, cables, twists, honeycombs, textures, panels, backgrounds

950-810

slip stitch mosaics, cross stitch patterns and panels, cable panels

950-809

patterns for texture and colour, cable patterns and panels, lace panels

950-808

knit and purl patterns, rib patterns, basic cables, edging patterns

950-807

all you need to know about hand knitting

950-805

a family collection of sweaters and accessories designed especially for B&L pure wool

950-802

stories from sheep to shawl ..... and more writing about knitting

950-801

sweaters and their stories ...... and other writing about knitting

950-798

tips, techniques and strategies to help you reach your full potential in the knitter's craft

950-796

shadow knitting alternates rows of light and dark yarn to produce a subtle undulating patterning that appears and disappears depending on the viewing angle. this book includes basic principles, clear, well-illustrated instructions, followed by an imaginative range of garments and accessories.

950-795

knits inspired by nature. capture the romance of a springtime garden in every stitch you take

950-794

25 knitted projects using natural fibres - silk, cashmere, linen, cotton, hemp.

950-792

16 styles for men and women - versatile designs for any season and every occasion

950-788

over 190 creative knitwear designs

950-786

30 classic projects, favourite designs from the archives of knitter's magazine

950-780

thirty knitting designs from rowan fro men and women

950-778

accurate, thoroughly tested patterns that offer a range of knitting experiences for every level of knitter

950-777

15 projects that fit babies and children up to age 3

950-776

six exceptional sock patterns for printed yarns

950-775

working around on one needle

950-774

21 handknitting designs in pure shetland wook

950-773

more than 20 original designs for men and boys

950-764

30 traditional designs based on folk bags or folk art from around the world

950-763

a basics-and-beyond book for knitters at all levels includes 25 go-for-it projects

950-762

the art of shrinking your knitting

950-761

30 original machine-knittingdesigns for sizes 2 to 48

950-760

detailed instructions for 12 breathtaking designs in either hand- or machine- knitting

950-759

20 original patterns featuring harrisville designs yarns

950-757

15 easy-to-follow patterns

950-756

15 projects from jaunty caps to stylish socks and booties

950-747

step-by-step instructions for more than 20 original projects

950-741

practical advice, projects to transform your knitting from hobby to art

950-738

shows how any circular-method knitting technique can yield the popular fair isle patterns

950-737

packed with patterns for little bootees and snuggly socks for newborn to nine months

950-725

the complete guide to finishing stitches for hand-knitters

950-699

an in-depth study of knitting and designing lacework garments and eyelet stitch patterns

950-669

this instructive guide is for the everyday and expert knitter, presenting the craft of Shetland lace knitting in a clearly understandable form. explanations of technique, how to develop patterns, comprehensive projects section.

950-393

a compendium of clever and crfdeative techniques for solving common hand knitting, machine knitting and crocheting prblems, from choosing yarn to blocking and assembling a garment. knitter and crocheters of all skill levels will find more than one solution to every problem.

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