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Knitlandia: A Knitter Sees the World
Building on the success of The Yarn Whisperer, Parkes's rich personal essays invite readers and devoted crafters on excursions to be savored, from a guide who quickly comes to feel like a trusted confidante. In Knitlandia, she takes readers along on 17 of her most memorable journeys across the globe over the last 15 years, with stories spanning from the fjords of Iceland to a cozy yarn shop in Paris's 13th arrondissement.
Cute Crochet World
Quirky, eclectic, and just plain fun: with this adorable collection, crocheters can embellish clothing, decor, gifts, and more! Suzann Thompson, author of the popular Crochet Bouquet and Crochet Garden, has fashioned more than 60 irresistible motifs that fall into six categories: Critters, Food, Seasons, Growing Things, Home, and Toys, Tools, & Transportation - plus a few Martians thrown in!
Lovely Knitted Lace
Lace knitting gets a fresh update that finally makes the craft accessible to all! From a Triangle Tulip Shawl and Floral Tunic to a Starry Nights Bolero, these stunning projects showcase rich textures and beautiful detail. Working with four basic shapes, Brooke Nico creates 16 gorgeous wearables plus two “bonus” variants. You can use needles and yarn of any size to knit these garments, and each one features simple construction and elegant lines.
Knitting's gone to the dogs - and it's absolutely adorable! There's something for pups of all shapes and sizes - and for every occasion - in this collection of 22 whimsical knitwear patterns, all created by design sensation Debbie Bliss. The fun selection includes a classic cabled Aran pullover to keep Fido warm on cold winter days, while the “Sherlock Bones” matching cape and hat will make a bloodhound out of any breed. These are what every well-dressed dog will wear!
For as long as women have been knitting, they’ve been knitting garments for men - only to have men hide their lovingly created pieces in drawers and closets. Men aren’t being intentionally cruel; they’re just not comfortable in knitwear made with bright colors, itchy yarn, or flashy designs. So what’s a knitter to do? Understand the male psyche, says knitting instructor Bruce Weinstein. In Knits Men Want he presents ten hilarious essays, each based on a rule that helps women knit for men successfully. "Men Are Babies" explains why guys need to wear soft fabrics. "Men Hate Fittings" describes how to create a sweater based on one that’s in his wardrobe. Following each essay is a timeless master pattern, from socks, hats, and scarves to an array of sweaters, all in a range of sizes and most written for multiple gauges. With this book in hand, women finally have the secret to knitting garments that men will appreciate and actually wear.
Classic Kicks for Little Feet: 16 Knitted Shoe Styles for Baby's First Year
From ballerina slippers and moon boots to basketball sneakers and espadrilles, this adorable collection features 16 booties that mimic actual adult styles. Created for babies from 0 to 9 months, every pattern is quick and easy—especially since they all use the same basic sole construction. And since these small projects don’t require much yarn and have multiple options, they’re perfect for stash-busting. With a sampling of fun embellishments like shoelaces, beads, and zippers, these tiny shoes will leave everyone cooing in delight.
Pixel Crochet: 101 Supercool 8-Bit Inspired Designs to Crochet
Pixilated patterns have a really cool, retro feel - and these 101 unique and original motifs are created by seaming simple one-color squares. Take this technique to the next level, and crochet a range of beautiful themed home accessories, from flowers and food to animals and typography. Fifteen inspirational projects include a "Love" cushion, a cheeky monkey blanket, and a rainbow placemat.A comprehensive crochet basics section covers all the skills needed to complete the projects.
Fleece Hat Friends
Soft, warm, comfy, and durable, fleece has taken the crafting world by storm--and the hottest new trend is animal hats. Whether you're already a fleece junkie or a first-time fleece sewer, this fun collection will have you making oh-so-cute hats in no time. Thanks to a few basic templates, the hats are easy to make. But there's plenty of room for variety! Whether you choose an owl, kitty, dinosaur, or monster, every hat includes custom templates for unique facial features.
Custom Knits 2
In Custom Knits 2, Wendy Bernard picks up where she left off in the bestselling Custom Knits(published by STC Craft), empowering knitters to delve even further into customization. Each chapter begins with a tutorial on the featured topic—such as converting patterns to fit men, women, or children, or tricks and techniques for substituting yarn, gauge, and stitch patterns—and is followed by a selection of Bernard’s fashionable designs on which to try them. The patterns can be knit as-written or customized; specific prompts for customization are included throughout. Custom Knits 2concludes with formulas for making garments without a pattern, using only body measurements as a guide—a graduation of sorts for adventurous knitters.
Made by Hand
Curates a collection of twenty-six studio classes hosted at the author's Brooklyn studio, offering step-by-step instructions for projects that use classic craft techniques showcased in modern styles.
Knitting from the Center Out
In Knitting from the Center Out, Daniel Yuhas teaches knitters the fascinating technique of starting a project with just a few stitches and knitting outward, in revolutions (or circles). The book features 28 mesmerizing projects, ranging from baby blankets and lace shawls to sweaters and stuffed toys, and also includes tutorials for the minimal skills required for center-out knitting, such as special cast-ons, increases, and decreases. Throughout the book are enlightening explanations of the underlying math and the architecture of the flat and dimensional shapes. Clear instructions and beautiful photography and illustrations assure that knitters of all levels and inclinations - whether they are technique junkies or not - will want to have this book.
Wrapped in Color: 30 Shawls to Knit in Koigu Handpainted Yarns
Made of high-quality, hand-painted merino, Koigu's signature yarn is legendary, cherished for its wearability, versatility, and stunning colors. This collection of 30 magnificent shawls, all knit with Koigu, will be a must-have for the company's obsessively loyal following. With patterns in all weights, from ultra-luxe lace to popular bulky yarns, every knitter willl find a perfect project!
For many of us, afghans are the epitome of comfort. Colorful and inviting, they are a staple of the home, without which a living room or bedroom just wouldn’t feel complete. And whether you’re making one for yourself, as a housewarming gift, or to welcome a new baby into the world, the process of creating a handmade afghan can be as rewarding as the finished product. Comfort Knitting and Crochet: Afghans features 50 patterns for these cozy blankets, made with Berroco Comfort yarn - an affordable, ultra-soft acrylic/nylon blend - and designed by the Berroco team, headed by Norah Gaughan. The book includes something for everyone: The designs range from ultra-modern to traditional, from spare to embellished, and are inspired by sources as varied as Scottish tweeds, Japanese Ikat, and Delft pottery. Intended for knitters and crocheters of every skill level, this collection brings new life to the well-loved and versatile afghan.
Dive needles-first into the cozy, lush, reach-out-and-touch-me world of chunky knits! Created by Ashley Little and a talented pool of designers, these 31 projects use one, two, and three+ skeins of chic bulky and super-bulky yarn. Featuring sumptuous cowls, lacy scarves, a draped waffle-weave throw, a cable-knit pillowcase, classic cream-toned cable mittens and a matching hat, plus clutches, jewelry, and other scene-stealing pieces, this on-trend collection is perfect for new knitters, as well as those looking for fresh inspiration.
Magpies, Homebodies, and Nomads: A Modern Knitter's Guide to Discovering and Exploring Style
Cirilia Rose is the epitome of the new knitwear designer - young, educated, curious, and excited to share her passion for all ideas knit and purl. Her attitude toward curating her own collection of designs is informed as much by travel, cultural history, and tried-and-true sourcebooks as it is by modern media and technology. In Magpies, Homebodies, and Nomads, Rose takes readers behind the scenes of her design process, showing them how she curates and organizes ideas and translates them into knitwear designs. Through 25 projects that fall into three categories - Magpies (accessories for the small amounts of precious yarns that knitters inevitably collect), Homebodies (garments for time spent close to home), and Nomads (garments to wear when venturing out into the world)—Rose shares her modern aesthetic and invites readers to develop their own.
This superfun collection of prehistoric pals is a must-have for dino-obsessed children and grown-ups alike. From the neck frills of Triceratops to the ferocious chompers on T-rex to the aquatic flippers of Plesiosaur, the creative details included in these 15 knitting patterns make the charismatic creatures both endearing and true to what scientists believe they looked like when they roamed planet Earth (with some creative license taken with their coloring). Best of all, each dinosaur can be knitted up quickly using only one or two skeins of yarn, and a basic-techniques section guides new knitters each step of the way.
The Joy of Sox
Obsessed with sock knitting? Heighten your passion with more than 30 beyond-the-basic patterns that will keep the spark burning brightly. From fantastic cable and lace patterns to killer colorwork, The Joy of Sox offers the very best in challenging constructions and techniques. There are also fun stories and helpful tips straight from the designers. Laura Bryant and Shannon Okey explain how to make the most of hand-painted yarn, Crazy Aunt Purl describes her first time knitting socks, and much more.
The Knitted Slipper Book
Moccasins, mukluks, clogs, ballet flats, boots, booties, Mary Janes - whatever your slipper or house shoe preference, you'll find all the instruction and inspiration you need in The Knitted Slipper Book.
Acclaimed knitting author Melanie Falick traveled thousands of miles and interviewed dozens of knitters, spinners, dyers, and sheep breeders to create this inspiring and revealing collection of portraits and patterns. With profiles of 38 artisans and farmers, 175 beautiful color photographs, and 30 original patterns whose difficulty ranges from basic to advanced, from traditional to contemporary, America Knits is the most complete survey yet published on this highly popular and vital art form in America.
Reversible Knitting: 50 Brand-New, Groundbreaking Stitch Patterns
Most of the stitch dictionaries on knitters’ shelves are remixes of familiar stitch patterns already published elsewhere. Not so for Lynne Barr’s groundbreaking book Reversible Knitting. Not only is every one of the 50 stitch patterns completely new and never before seen, but each is also reversible - for a total of 100 different looks! Reversible stitch patterns can be used to create projects where either side can be worn facing outward, or where two sides of the piece are visible simultaneously (such as a scarf or a garment with collar or cuffs that can be worn up or down). In addition to stitch patterns, the book features 20 such projects - from accessories like scarves, hats, and socks to sweaters and dresses - designed by the author and by 12 top knitwear designers including STC authors Véronik Avery, Norah Gaughan, and Teva Durham. Rounding out the book are in-depth instructions for the specialized techniques required for reversible work.
Winter Knits Made Easy
Hildyard, Anne (Edt)
Packed with patterns that make cable, fair isle, and textured knitting accessible to everyone, Winter Knits Made Easy contains step-by-step tutorials and straightforward projects for the family and home. Winter Knits Made Easy features beautiful and inspiring photographs of every completed project accompanied by knitted swatches, yarn samples, and a choice of color ways that encourages embellishment and creativity. Projects include: cable jacket, crewneck sweater, beanie, gloves, socks, scarf, patchwork blanket, and more.
Wee Garter Stitch: Must-Have Knits for Modern Babies & Toddlers
From knitting personality Vickie Howell comes an adorable collection of modern baby knits featuring a fresh new take garter stitch, everyone's go-to for easy projects. Taking this stitch into new creative territory, Howell--designer, author, Knit Simple® columnist, and host of PBS' Knitting Daily TV with Vickie Howell--has created 28 standout garments for boys and girls, including plenty of unisex items. These pieces wow with their inventiveness and modern appeal--including stylish fringed moccasins, a boho hooded poncho, a feathered pom-pom toboggan hat, and a baby Cowichan sweater that grownup knitters will envy!
Pride & Preju-knits: Twelve Genteel Knitting Projects Inspired by Jane Austen
von Purl, Trixie
Revel in the wonderful knitted world of Jane Austen's lords, ladies, gentlemen, and gentlemen's daughters. Featuring twelve delightful knitting projects, you'll be able to re-create iconic scenes and unforgettable characters from Jane Austen's much-loved literary classics. Complete with step-by-step knitting instructions, this charming book is packed full of Regency decor, period details, and even dueling swords! Trixie von Purl's unique style brings to life Austen's iconic characters in the most endearing of interpretations. Move over Mr. Darcy, there's a new heartthrob in town!
Popular knitwear designer Cathy Carron has gone from head (her bestselling Hattitude) to toe, with this unique collection of socks, stockings, legwarmers, slippers, sandal socks, and more. Perfect for advanced beginner to advanced knitters, the more than 40 fashion-forward designs offer a variety of fun styles and challenges, including tube or spiral shapes, turned heels, afterthought heels, and toe-up. A helpful introduction gives readers a leg up on terminology, sizing, and fiber choices.
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