Crochet a zoo full of adorable animal friends with ease.
Discover how simple crafting your own crochet plush animals can be. From alligators to zebras, Crochet Cute Critters features 26 beginner-friendly patterns for creating all kinds of cuddly companions.
"An essential addition to the knitter's bookshelf." --Library Journal (starred review)The ultimate knitting reference, from the world's most recognized knitting magazine, gets a thorough update--including 1,600 color images and brand-new sections with techniques and designs
Single-color relief-stitch patterns in a rare and singular Scandinavian style.
From a little-known chapter of knitting history comes the Danish "night sweater"--part of women's traditional dress in the 1800s, these sweaters have long been overlooked in surveys of Scandinavian handcrafting and design.
Forty stunning intermediate-level designs from one of knitwear's brightest stars: Norah Gaughan
In the course of her career as an internationally recognized authority on knitting design and instruction, Alice Starmore has acquired a remarkable collection of charted designs for color knitting.
In the Japanese Knitting Stitch Bible knitting guru Hitomi Shida shares some of her favorite needlework patterns.
Shida's strikingly original designs and variations on every imaginable classic stitch result in intricate patterns that form the basis for beautiful and unique knitted fashions.
Keep your canine companions warm this winter in their very own wardrobes of knit coats Special instructions are included on sizing each jacket or sweater to fit dogs measuring 10" to 30" in the chest.
Knit Dishcloths Making dishcloths is quick and fun Even better, this plentiful collection of 15 designs by Julie A. Ray can be knitted--or knooked The Knook is an exciting new tool, a special crochet hook that replaces knitting needles. It creates true knitted fabric while the attached cord prevents dropped stitches. Knook kits are available at your local craft store.
"One of America's most ingenious and creative knitters." -- Barbara G. Walker, author of Treasury of Knitting Patterns.
250 Japanese Knitting Stitches contains the original collection of knitting stitches first published by Hitomi Shida in 1996. Copies of the original Japanese edition have been jealously coveted by knitters around the world, and now Tuttle Publishing brings you this classic in English for the first time
"It is the perfect blend of fashion, photography, English history, and knitting " -- Petals to Picots
"A gorgeous book filled with classic-looking sweater patterns." -- Canary Knits
The projects in Pam Allen's Plain & Simple: 11 Knits to Wear Every Day are proof that, with the right yarn, simple shapes and stitches are all that's needed to create essential knits.