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Fabric, fit and finish for today's knits
by Jean Frost
A jacket is a look, a feel, a function. These 21 knits are truly jackets
Title: Kids' Knits
by Lesley Anne Price
Over 70 classic handknit fashions for young children specially designed for this book. Wonderful designs-cardigans, hast, legwarmers, scarves, mittens, pants, a classic coat, a jazzy jacket, a sweatshirt and trouser set, cotton knits for summer, swimming suits as Christening set, blankest knitted toys and much more. Many patterns given in 6 sizes
Title: Knit 2 together
Patterns and stories for serious knitting fun
by Tracy Ullman & Mel Clark
Over 30 interesting patterns that cover a wide range of designs by Mel Clark. Sweaters, hats scarves, household items. My favourite has to be the wide leg knitted pants knit in a soft cotton, I think they would be great for lounging or yoga or in the cool evening after being in the sun all day .
Title: Knit and Crochet with Beads
by Lily M Chin
softcover 130 pages
handled book-cover has sticker marks
Sparkling beads- strategically nestled among your knitted and crocheted stitches- bring exciting texture and colour to one of a kind garments and accessories. Lily Chin presents 16 techniques for knitting and crocheting with beads, 13 knitting projects, 10 crochet projects and methods for mixing techniques. Step by step instructions and detail illustrations.
Title: Knits for All Seasons
by Jean Moss
27 original designs for all the family.
Unique couture patterns from an internationally know designer.
Featuring 17 seasonal knits plus alternative colourways for men, women and children. Easy to follow knitting instructions. Illustrated throughout with colour photographs and precise knitting charts where appropriate.
yarn girls' guide to
Knits for Older children
by Julie Caries and Jordana Jacobs
softcover 156 pages
This is an uncorrected proof used to promote the book. The pictures of the projects inside are in black and white. There are trendy easy to knit patterns for boys and girls ages four through ten. A total of 30 projects for newer knitter.
Title: (the) Knitter's Bible
Knitted afghans & pillows
by Claire Crompton
Softcover, 128 pages
Dress your furniture with chic afghans, add drama with brightly beaded pillows and make a statement with zingy seating cubes . Combine fabulous colours and textures with 25 stylish designs to create striking accessories for your home.
|Title: Knitter's Lib
by Lena Maikon
Softcover 174 pages
Learn to knit, crochet and free yourself from pattern dependency.
20 all -season knit and crochet projects and tips on how to create your own designs
by Susan Duckworth
Over 30 patterns, all extraordinarily different. Her work draws on a huge range of inspirational sources- from flowers in the fields to Elizabethan embroideries and oriental textiles. Over the years she has experimented with colour and yarns to great success.
I have a second copy which is exactly the same inside but has a different cover, one copy is the original printed in Britain and the second is the copy printed in the US
|Title: Knitting- Learn to
knit six great projects
by Anne Akers Johnson
Soft cover, 94pages
The easiest how-to-knit book ever. Learn to knit a long skinny scarf, a cozy hat, a cell phone sock, a snazzy little purse and more. Great for the brand new young knitter
|Title: Knitting Book
Author: Erica Wilson
Hard Cover 172 pages
Includes over 30 assorted patterns, illustrated with line drawings of the patterns and stitches and full-colour and black and white photographs of the completed projects. Such basics as choosing yarn, deciding how much to buy, testing the gauge, and using knitting tools properly are also provided.
|Title: Knitting in
editor: Melanie Falick
Oversized Hard Cover 225 pages
Melanie Falick travelled thousands of mile to create this book. Revealing portrait of knitters, spinner, dyers and breeder of fiber producing animals. plus 30 patterns for children and adults that were designed especially for this book. The photography and the interviews are really interesting. Many of these designers are names that I was familar with but it is nice to hear from them and see what they are up to. She went from the east to the west and the north to the south. Wonderful trip, great patterns and a book to have and share with other knitters.
|Title: Knitting into the
Mystery-A guide to the shawl-knitting ministry
by Susan S. Jorgensen & Susan S. Izard
Hardcover, 147 pages
The who, what, when and where of knitting Prayer Shawls. This is not a pattern book but one that traces the history of a current world wide knitting ministry-an ecumenical movement of women's group who knit shawl. It includes setting up such a group as well as stories of knitting, giving or receiving shawls.
Title: Knitting yarns
by Ann Hood
Hardcover, 294 pages
Autographed copy 28 Writers contributed
Grand River Yarns
in Hamilton,, Ontario, Canada