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Stitch up something for all the little ones in your life · 25 simple projects to sew, embroider, and knit – make garments, bags, stuffies, quilts, and much more! · Includes reusable full-size graded patterns on tissue paper · Perfect for girls and boys! Projects are categorized into three ages: infant to 12 months, ages 1 – 4, and ages 5 – 10 · Each project exemplifies simple, organic styling with a popular Zakka look Whether you stitch up a pair of cute baby shoes, knit a clever cardigan, or upcycle adult sweaters into children’s sweaters, this charming how-to book, Sweet & Simple Handmade, has something for all the little ones in your life. Popular designer and mother, Melissa Wastney, shares 25 adorable – and very practical – projects designed for babies and young children up to age 10. Inside you’ll find reusable patterns, detailed instructions, and endless inspiration.
Nicky Epstein’s blockbuster Edge titles have sold more than 125,000 copies; she’s a needlework star whose every book is eagerly anticipated and snatched up. Now Nicky’s giving devoted readers her most important and wide-ranging collection of patterns yet: a worldwide tour of knitting traditions and techniques, including colorwork, cables, lace, intarsia, and more. She explains the origins and traditional uses of each one, and then goes on to reinvigorate and recombine all these beloved styles in her inimitable way. The result: more than 40 all-new, innovative designs collected in an attractively designed book with a handy ribbon marker. There’s a Celtic Pullover with braided twisted rib strips; a Snowflake Tunic from the Far North; a Felted Tyrolean Capelet with appliqué, cord, and balls; a Spanish Rose Pullover with lace accents; a colorful Peruvian skirt; and an oversized, zipped Navajo Blanket Jacket.
Colorful maps and historical photos make this collection a visual treat, as well as an invaluable tool for knitters seeking new inspiration.
From cuddly toys to snuggly sweaters, every one of these knits, meant just for two to six year olds, is easy enough for total beginners to complete successfully! More than that, they’re so beautiful that they’re destined to become future family heirlooms. All the items use wonderfully soft, natural yarns that make the clothes comfortable and extremely wearable; there are no scratchy necklines, tight sleeves, or itchy collars to irritate a tot’s tender skin. Detailed illustrations show basic stitch techniques, along with alternative motifs and colors. Make an adorable classic cardigan, with a ribbed cuff that fits snug to the child’s wrist, and a sweet Scotty dog stitched on the pocket. The little patchwork doll’s blanket, with its colorful squares, will delight little girls. Knitters will want to make all 18 projects!
Knitting has been called “the hot new hobby” and “the new yoga.” More women – and men – are knitting today than in many decades. More knitters than ever are demanding quick projects that provide creative fulfillment and relaxation and suit today's busy lifestyles. Weekend Knitting answers their call with 50 original projects from simple slippers to cozy mittens and chair covers. Weekend Knitting Projects is beautifully photographed on locations to evoke the relaxing weekend knitters long for, with beautiful scenery, fresh air, friends, and delicious food. All of the projects are presented in full color photos and some are shown in more than one color option. The book is sprinkled with knitting trivia, quotes about knitting, relaxation techniques, and balanced living. Recipes for treats such as hot cocoa and shortbread are also included, as are sidebars about relaxation activities such as how to give a hand massage and brewing the perfect pot of tea – making Weekend Knitting the book about the knitting lifestyle.
Turn your home into an Olympic Stadium with Knitlympics, the only book that lets you knit your favourite athletes! Whether you're a fan of track, swimming, or gymnastics, there's a project for you. Knit up your own lightning-fast Usain Bolt, mustachioed Mark Spitz, or sparrow-like Olga Korbut. Or enjoy the opening festivities with your own Olympic torch and go for the gold by knitting medals and a podium!
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