Dozens of delightfully colorful holiday patterns from popular designer Jorid Linvik.
Make it the best time of the year--all year long Fan-favorite Scandinavian knitwear designer Jorid Linvik, the bestselling author of the beloved Big Book of Knitted Mittens and Big Book of Knitted Socks, has brought together an all-new collection of patterns: over 70 projects bursting with
This stunning collection features 26 luxurious projects with all the delight of classic textured cable patterns, plus renowned designer Martin Storey's trademark contemporary appeal. With a versatile range of garments-including scarves, hats, mittens, shrugs, sweaters, and more-Easy Cable & Aran Knits provides a unique opportunity to expand your repertoire of stitch patterns.
A modern take on brioche stitch with gorgeous wearable garments and accessories that knitters will love. Knitters will create striking colorwork and beautiful brioche cable designs with Brioche Chic.
Preview all 31 finished projects in our exclusive Look Book In Knitted Beanies & Slouchy Hats, Diane Serviss, the design force behind the fantastically successful Pixiebell, offers up 31 original designs in an incredible range of styles, utilizing a wide variety of textured stitches and colorwork techniques.- Beanies and slouchy hats have been and continue to be the fashion-forward choice for
Glamourie is a Scots word meaning a charmed condition in which everything is invested with magical properties and possibilities. In this unique book, Alice Starmore leads us into the realm of glamourie and -- like the witches of Gaelic folklore -- casts spells with needles and a single thread.
Add personality, sentiment, and coziness to your kitchen with Easy Knit Dishcloths. Don't underestimate the effect knitting your own dishcloths can have on a space!
There's a difference between a house and a home, and there's definitely a difference between a kitchen and a cozy kitchen!$24.95ISBN: 9781631864513Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 DaysPublished: Taunton Press - January 31st, 2017
Big Yarn = Big Style Big, bold, and beautiful, chunky yarns are knitting up big fashions Big.Knit.Love. celebrates the big stitches created with bulky, jumbo, and roving yarns in the 20 fashion-forward designs from knitwear designer Linda Zemba Burhance. Called one of the most important knitting trends by Lion Brand Yarn, knitting with chunky yarns is$7.95ISBN: 9780486241784Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 DaysPublished: Dover Publications - October 1st, 1981
"One of America's most ingenious and creative knitters." -- Barbara G. Walker, author of Treasury of Knitting Patterns.$18.00ISBN: 9780684135052Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 DaysPublished: Simon & Schuster - July 1st, 1973
From Elizabeth Zimmermann, who “revolutionized the art of knitting” (New York Times), the classic knitting bible that removes the frustration and puts the fun back into knitting with easy-to-follow instructions and timeless designs.
Do you love to knit—and hate to purl? Have you ever started a sweater without enough yarn from the same dye lot to finish it?$24.99ISBN: 9781446307311Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 DaysPublished: David & Charles - May 7th, 2019
Learn to make an adorable collection of knitted animal toys with these new patterns by the author of My Knitted Doll, Louise Crowther. Louise, brings her unique style of coordinated knitwear with cute colourwork details to this new collection of toy animal knitting patterns.$24.95ISBN: 9781570766879Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 DaysPublished: Trafalgar Square Books - May 12th, 2015
Finally, a fully illustrated, step-by-step knitting book that melds classic Scandinavian knitting patterns with the latest Norwegian designs Traditional, quintessentially Norwegian favorites like the Setesdal and Marius sweaters rub shoulders with funky modern tunics and chic berets.$24.99ISBN: 9781632507105Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 DaysPublished: Interweave Press - February 22nd, 2019
Dropped and twisted stitches, too-small button holes, and mis-crossed cables are only a few of the knitting dilemmas tackled in this humorous and useful guide. Beginners and seasoned knitters alike are promised that learning from mistakes improves technique and inspires personal style--and that sometimes the best solution is just to let a mistake stand.