60 Quick Toddler Knits

Author: Sixth&Spring Books
Editor: Sixth & Spring Books
ISBN: 9781942021650
Size: 17,15 MB
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Knitters will love making these 60 adorable garments and accessories and little kids will love wearing and using them! Every project is stylish, playful, and practical, from a Cat Hat with pointy ears, button eyes, and an embroidered face to a Raccoon Blanket, Striped Cardigan, Clown Mittens, and pencil-shaped scarf. As they work, knitters will master vital skills, from garment shaping to construction and more. "

Knitting For Little Sweethearts

Author: Hanne Andreassen Hjelmås
Editor: Schiffer Publishing
ISBN: 9780764356278
Size: 10,96 MB
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Thrill to these 60+ patterns for adorable knitted clothing designs from KlompeLOMPE. Designed by friends Hanne and Torunn, mothers from Norway, this blog and webshop's patterns have quickly stormed the world. Brimming with nature-inspired and sweetlycasual appeal, these patterns are mostly for boys and girls aged one to six, but there are some charming pieces for adults, and for babies too. Choose from comfortable creations like cowls, shorts, Rough and Tumble Pants, jackets, mittens, a ballet skirt, and of course several of the perfectly-crafted caps and hats that led to KlompeLOMPE's fame. Color and yarn alternatives are included for most patterns, along with a handy difficulty rating: most patterns are at level 2. If you want to make a quick and easy project, look for level 1. If you have time for something a little more challenging, go to level 3. Your little sweethearts will never look sweeter.

Knits For Girls And Young Juniors

Author: Lee Gant
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0811765784
Size: 15,62 MB
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Knitting is finding a new generation of enthusiasts. More and more kids of all ages are interested in knitting and creating their own special clothing and accessories. Finally! A collection of knits for girls and teenagers that suits their relaxed, comfortable, style! From high-textured cabled ponchos and sweaters to stockinette tops and dresses to warm, comfy coats, these pieces all share a carefree style your girls will love. Sized from 6 to young juniors 12, the patterns reach an often-missed generation of girls between toddler and adult. Yes, this age group can be tricky to please, so get them involved! Let them choose the pattern, the yarn, the fit (body-skimming or looser), and especially the color(s). Encourage them to personalize their design with the choices they make. Once exposed to the joy of creating a unique piece of hand-made clothing, they may even want to learn to knit for themselves!

Knitting Little Luxuries

Author: Louisa Harding
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 1620332205
Size: 18,62 MB
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Learn to pamper friends and loved ones with lavish and fun knitted gifts. Projects are broken down into four different categories by style and include hats, mittens, purses, wraps, tops, sweaters, and socks--all of which are simple to make and require minimal yarn. Tips are provided for embellishing each project with different fabrics, edgings, and stitching patterns, making personalization easy, even for novices. Beautiful photographs and color illustrations detailing how to create each piece, as well as contemporary designs and small, quick projects make this guide a must-have for the gift-giving knitter.

Knitting The New Classics

Author: Kristin Nicholas
Editor: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
ISBN: 9780806931708
Size: 17,68 MB
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“Crisp, clear photographs precede charts and schematics, providing an easy-to-follow format. Altogether a wonderful book.”—McCall’s Needlework. “Well represented are Aran, Fair Isle, and multihued patterns for sweaters and coats that can be worn by men or women.”—Booklist. “Libraries should consider this title for even very small knitting collections.”—Library Journal.

Knitting America

Author: Susan M. Strawn
Editor: Voyageur Press (MN)
ISBN: 0760340110
Size: 14,29 MB
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Enhanced with more than three hundred images, a comprehensive history of knitting in America includes twenty historical knitting patterns.

Simple Knits For Sophisticated Living

Author: Barbara Albright
Editor: Quarry Books
ISBN: 9781564969187
Size: 12,55 MB
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From Hollywood's trendiest starlets to the legions of pariticipants in knitting classes and knitting groups around the country, people of all ages and lifestyles are taking up their needles and learning to knit. And once they learn the basics of the craft, beginners are eager to tackle projects they can create on their own. Simple Knits for Sophisticated Living offers more than 44 simple yet beautiful projects created specifically with the beginning knittter in mind. Featuring gorgeous, chunky yarns and simple designs with a clean, natural appeal, projects use U.S. size 8 (5mm) needles and above--so the work is as fast as it is enjoyable. These appealing yarns were carefully selected to do some of the work for the knitter--and they guarantee spectacular results. Author Barbara Albright, an expert who works with many of the top designers in the county, also provides helpful tips on choosing yarns, working with large needles, and mastering various finishing techniques. Whether you're looking to accentuate a home with throws, pillows, or seat cusions or to create lovely handmade gifts such as totes, backpacks, sweaters, scarves, and hats, this handsome book will inspire novice knitters to turn a sometime hobby into a lifelong passion.

Love In Every Stitch

Author: Lee Gant
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1632280299
Size: 13,80 MB
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In her inspiring book, Love in Every Stitch: Stories of Knitting and Healing, master knitter, teacher, and widely published knitwear designer Lee Gant shares real-life stories about the power of knitting. As an employee of three different yarn stores, a teacher of countless knitting classes, and a volunteer with at-risk youth, Lee has had the opportunity to gather diverse stories. The stories Lee shares about herself and fellow knitters from around the world illustrate how each stitch and purl can comfort and calm, heal and renew. A suicidal teenager crochets through pregnancy. A dying woman finds comfort in the company of knitters. A woman finds the courage to face her estranged parents. A woman going blind realizes she can still knit — and experience life. And Lee’s life, riddled with more than just anxiety, has at last become stable and productive. This book includes stories of women, men, and teens who have experienced profound change and enlightenment through knitting and crochet.