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Myra Wood introduces the pure fun of knitting with strips and modules, creative short rows, crazy-quilt pieces, and freeform shapes.
Candace shows you how easy it is to knit YOUR skirt and gives a closet-full of choices with over 25 knit skirt fun-to-knit and flattering-to-wear patterns.
In Knit One Below, Elise Duvekot introduces a new and exciting way for knitters to combine colors, weights, fibers, and types of yarn into versatile fabrics.
This popular collection of 12 lace angels first appeared in Knitter’s Magazine.
Actually 2 dozen favorite patterns from the Knitter’s Magazine archives.
The best ideas and patterns for making totes and handbags from the archives of Knitter’s Magazine are included in this project book for knitters of all skills.
A Knitter’s Dozen: Hats includes 25 favorite, tried-and-true patterns from the archives of Knitters Magazine.
19 favorite projects for boys and girls, ages two through ten, from the archives of Knitter’s Magazine.
Although this book began with favorites from the archives of Knitter’s Magazine, we were soon up to our needles in yarns and inspiration. The result is a collection of 22 patterns.
Although this book began with favorites from the archives of Knitter’s Magazine, we were soon up to our needles in yarns and inspiration. The result is a collection of more than 24 patterns.
Most of us don’t need a wagonload of technique books, we just need one that is compact, concise, and convenient. That book is The Knitter’s Handbook.
A learn-to-knit book that’s not just for beginners: In The Knitting Experience, Sally Melville combines “everything you need to know” with “everything you want to make.”
A basics-and-beyond book for knitters at all levels: In the second book in the popular Knitting Experience series, Sally Melville continues to present detailed skills as you need them, patterns for garments you really want to make and wear, and meditations on what knitting brings to our lives.
A basics-and-beyond book for those who already know how to knit and purl: In the third book in the popular Knitting Experience series, Sally Melville presents detailed skills as you need them, 40+ projects that explore knitting with color, and meditations on what knitting brings to our lives.
With over 40 exciting designs by Maggie Jackson, you’ll come for the knitting, but you’ll stay for the coastal views, the historic ruins, the Irish wit, and the recipes!
Anna Zilboorg’s classic, Magnificent Mittens, contained patterns for 42 gloriously color-patterned mittens, all knit from fingertip to wrist. In this expanded editions, you’ll discover how Anna Zilboorg’s toe-up, free-sole sock designs can be combined with the mitten charts.
Discover MODULES! It’s easy to be creative one square . . . or triangle . . . or strip . . . at a time. Color? Fit? Construction? It’s MAGIC!
This amazing compilation of sock patterns grew from the hundreds of entries from 32 states, 4 Canadian provinces, Iceland, and New Zealand to the Knitter’s Magazine contest.
The craft of knitting is devoted to making useful things. The craft of embroidery is devoted to making useful things beautiful. Anna Zilboorg brings these two crafts together in Splendid Apparel.
Jean Frost’s expertise with tailored knits, especially jackets, is well known. Stitches for Tailored Knits is a collection of her favorite fabric stitches filled with ways to transform them by adding a second or third color, fiber, or yarn.
This collection of 29 swing coats, swagger jackets, drapes, and other garments shows what makes a Jane Slicer-Smith design unique—masterful use of color, fabrics that move, shapes that flatter, and customized fit.
Think Outside the Sox features over 60 winning designs from the Knitter’s Magazine contest; knitter profiles and design processes; innovative constructions; updates on traditional techniques; and just plain beautiful socks.
Jane Sowerby draws on inspiration from the first knitting books in these 40 patterns knit today’s way—with clear instructions, in the yarns, colors, and shapes you love.
Judith Shangold dispels the myth that you need expensive equipment, a large space, or special threads to weave simply fabulous garments and accessories. All 30 projects are made on a 20″-wide rigid-heddle loom.