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Interweave Presents Knitted Gifts

Author: Ann Budd
Publisher: Interweave
ISBN: 9781596680913
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Offering more than 30 projects for any occasion--birthday, anniversary, thank-you, get well, bon voyage, new baby, Christmas, and more--this collection focuses on small knitting projects that can be completed in a relatively short period of time. The classic to contemporary projects are from a variety of top knitwear designers, including Nancy Bush, Mags Kandis, Pam Allen, V?ronik Avery, Chrissy Gardiner, Marta McCall, Kathy Merrick, and Kristin Nicholas. Sample projects include garments and accessories for the entire family, gifts for four-legged friends, and items for the home, ranging from beautiful hats, bags, scarves, socks, mittens, and gloves to unique gifts such as a felted oven mitt, napkin rings, baby blocks, a hobby horse, a catnip mouse, a car seat?friendly baby bunting, and floral ballet shoes. With detailed instructions and helpful photos, these projects are perfect for knitters looking for small projects to keep or give away.

Interweave Presents Crocheted Gifts

Author: Kim Werker
Publisher: Interweave
ISBN: 1596685069
Size: 73.52 MB
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A guide to making stylish crocheted gifts year-round, this collection of projects from today's most popular crochet designers is full of perfect projects for every occasion. The first small project book to focus exclusively on crochet, the innovative, unusual, and imaginative designs are provided by various crochet stars such as Doris Chan, Kathy Merrick, Robyn Chachula, and Annie Modesitt, and many others. From easy-to-crochet to more advanced techniques, each project is accompanied by stylish photography and step-by-step crochet instructions. Crocheters will learn to play with color and buil.

Getting Started Knitting Socks

Author: Ann Budd
Publisher: Interweave
ISBN: 9781596680296
Size: 68.21 MB
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From cast-on stitches to binding off, this handbook details the simple steps needed to turn seemingly complicated sock knitting projects into easy and enjoyable activities. Helpful photographs and instructional drawings ensure that even inexperienced knitters will be able to produce high-quality socks and handle more complicated techniques, such as the Kitchener stitch at the toe. Using instructions for five different sizes--from child through adult large--at five different gauges, knitters can produce styles ranging from delicate dress socks to thick and furry slipper socks. More adventurous knitters can add variety and flair by following one of 16 unique designs or trying one of the dozens of rib, cable, and lace patterns provided. With plenty of tips and a handy stitch dictionary, this guide unleashes the creativity and fun of sock knitting.

The Knitter S Handy Book Of Sweater Patterns

Author: Ann Budd
Publisher: Interweave
ISBN: 9781931499439
Size: 59.47 MB
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Created for knitters who want standard sweater patterns in a variety of sizes and gauges, as well as those who want a template from which to develop their own designs, this book provides easy-to-follow charted instructions for 18 sweaters, three in each of the six most popular sweaters constructions. Each style is then provided in 15 sizes ranging from toddler to large adult, then further divided into six possible gauges: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 stitches per inch combining for 90 options for each of the six styles, or 540 patterns in all. The cardigan and neckline variations make for more than 1,000 patterns. Detailed schematics for finished dimensions are included, along with a glossary of techniques and a chapter on design considerations. This is a definitive resource for the passionate sweater knitter.

Knitter S Handy Book Of Top Down Sweaters

Author: Ann Budd
Publisher: Interweave
ISBN: 1596684836
Size: 17.37 MB
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Fiber and yarn enthusiasts nationwide will celebrate Ann Budd's latest addition to The Knitter's Handy Book series. Answering to a growing interest in knitting sweaters from the top down and knitting seamless sweaters that require little finishing, this handy book offers instructions for knitting five basic sweater types: circular yoke, raglan, modified-drop shoulder, set-in sleeve, and saddle shoulder. Patterns are offered in multiple sizes and yarn gauges and for a broad age group. Following the basics for each of the five sweater types are three diverse patterns from top designers that illustrate some of the many ways that instructions can be used as springboards for creative expression, including color, texture, and shaping variations. Also included for intermediate to advanced knitters are personal design touches, detailed charts, clear instruction, and quick tips to expand knitting possibilities and maintain creative originality. A key reference for knitters of all skill levels, this is the new essential knitting resource on your bookshelf.

Interweave Presents Classic Knit Shawls

Author: Interweave Interweave Editors
Publisher: Interweave Press
ISBN: 9781632506009
Size: 10.55 MB
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Wrap Yourself in Timeless Knitting Style! A shawl may be the perfect knitting project. It's quick to stitch, the ideal-size for trying new techniques, and the end result is a versatile, practical accessory. Whether light and airy for a warm summer evening or cozy and cabled to protect against winter's chill, you can't go wrong with a shawl. For this collection of classic shawl patterns, we combed through the Interweave archives to carefully collect an array of popular styles. Knitters at all levels will find something to keep their needles busy exploring lace, cables, colorwork, and more. Create a lacy layer with Ilme's Autumn Triangle. Experiment with color on the Impasto Shalwette. Or whip up the simple yet engaging Madeleine shawl. With patterns for a range of weights and warmth levels, this book will help you stay wrapped in stitches any time of year.

Simple Style

Author: Ann Budd
Publisher: Interweave
ISBN: 9781596680906
Size: 36.37 MB
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Contemporary garments that celebrate stunning results without complicated techniques are the focus of this collection. Step-by-step instructions, thorough materials lists, and a design notebook cover the ways to maximize style while simplifying knitting and finishing techniques. Requiring only a basic understanding of knitting, this guide is packed with clever design ideas such as innovative edgings, a well-placed band of color or texture, an unexpected yarn, and creative constructions that minimize seams or customize personal fit.

Sock Knitting Master Class

Author: Ann Budd
Publisher: Interweave
ISBN: 1596689161
Size: 78.41 MB
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Work from the ground up with knitwear design: create your own socks!Sock Knitting Master Class showcases methods for designing and knitting creative socks, featuring signature elements and techniques from 16 top designers. You'll learn what makes good sock design, and then dive into knitting 18 spectacular, brand-new patterns featuring the widest variety of techniques. With patterns divided into two sections by top-down and toe-up construction, Sock Knitting Master Class explores such techniques as cables, twisted stitches, lace, stranded colorwork, entrelac, shadow knitting, and intarsia worke.

New Directions In Sock Knitting

Author: Ann Budd
Publisher: Interweave Press
ISBN: 9781620339435
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Presents a collection of sock patterns categorized by type of knitting construction, including top-down, toe-up, zigzag, boomerang, and u-turn.

3 Skeins Or Less

Author: Tanis Gray
Publisher: Interweave Press
ISBN: 9781620336731
Size: 13.29 MB
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Knitters will find 25 accessories that take no more than 1, 2, or 3 skeins of yarn, including shawls, socks, hats/berets, mittens, cowls, and even a tank, cropped sweater, and cami! Featured designers include Ann Weaver, Carina Spencer, Heather Zoppetti, Romi Hill, and many others.