25 Cushions to Knit: Packed with Patterns for Cushions of Every Size to Suit Every Room in Your Home

25 Cushions to Knit: Packed with Patterns for Cushions of Every Size to Suit Every Room in Your Home


By (author) Debbie Abrahams

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  • Publisher: COLLINS & BROWN
  • Format: Hardback | 128 pages
  • Dimensions: 250mm x 250mm x 27mm | 904g
  • Publication date: 27 May 2004
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 1843401576
  • ISBN 13: 9781843401575

Product description

A collection of 25 stunning cushion designs, split into six lifestyle settings to suit modern-day living. From the raw energy of Urban Cool to the restrained quiet of Modern Minimal, these are accessories that beg to be knitted. The traditional stitches of cable, moss stitch and lace are combined with colour and embellishment to create unique, desirable accessories to complement any home. There are full instructions for each design, with fabulous colour photographs of the finished cushions, plus helpful tips throughout the book to help make every project a success. These quick-to-knit projects offer knitters of all abilities the opportunity to create spectacular accessories that push the boundaries of traditional hand-knitting.

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Author information

Debbie Abrahams is renowned for her vibrant, contemporary hand-knit designs that have inspired knitters world-wide. She has a keen eye for colour and stitch detail, which, combined with her passion for accessories, has resulted in unique designs for knitters of all abilities. As part-time Design Consultant Manager for Rowan Yarns, Debbie spends the rest of her time working with a team of design consultants to teach and encourage knitters to keep the craft of hand-knitting alive - a position that perfectly complements Debbie's never-ending desire to design. Her first book '100 Blankets & Throws to Knit' (1855859661) has performed brilliantly in the first six months of its publication. Debbie lives in Nottingham.