Knitting Traditions - Fall 2011
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Knitting Traditions - Fall 2011

Knitting Traditions - Fall 2011

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  • Including over 35 patterns designed by master knitters like Nancy Bush, Margaret Stove, Galina Khmeleva, Evelyn Clark, as well as the popular Scottish Kilt Hose by Audrey Manwaring-Spencer, this fantastic issue of Knitting Traditions allows you to explore the amazingly rich traditions of knitting from all over the world. Designs included originate in the British Isles, the mainland of Europe and Eastern Europe, Asia, and South America and the Andes, as well as from the prairies of the United States, and are featured together with inspiring and informative companion stories that frame the projects with cultural and historical context. Focusing on techniques ranging from lace and colorwork to heel treatments of the 16th century, with various projects like stockings, socks, mittens, shawls, and sweaters, each design also includes beautiful color photography and any charts needed, as well as a full list of abbreviations and explanations for each of the techniques needed to complete the project.

Including over 35 patterns designed by master knitters like Nancy Bush, Margaret Stove, Galina Khmeleva, Evelyn Clark, as well as the popular Scottish Kilt Hose by Audrey Manwaring-Spencer, this fantastic issue of Knitting Traditions allows you to explore the amazingly rich traditions of knitting from all over the world. Designs included originate in the British Isles, the mainland of Europe and Eastern Europe, Asia, and South America and the Andes, as well as from the prairies of the United States, and are featured together with inspiring and informative companion stories that frame the projects with cultural and historical context. Focusing on techniques ranging from lace and colorwork to heel treatments of the 16th century, with various projects like stockings, socks, mittens, shawls, and sweaters, each design also includes beautiful color photography and any charts needed, as well as a full list of abbreviations and explanations for each of the techniques needed to complete the project.
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