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    The Best of Interweave Knits: Our Favorite Designs from the First 10 Years (Paperback) By (author) Ann Budd

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    DescriptionJoin Interweave Knits as we celebrate ten years of publishing innovative and appealing garment designs for knitters everywhere."The Best of Interweave Knits" showcases 26 stylish designs that stand the test of time - scarves, stoles, cardigans, pullovers, vests, jackets, tops, and even a couple of terrific totes. These favorite projects represent the creative work of more than 20 notable designers.This must-have pattern collection, with a foreword by Pam Allen, also includes a dozen favorite articles derived from the popular Beyond the Basics column, a great reference tool.The instructions and articles are written in clear language in Interweave Knits' familiar style, leading readers step by step through every aspect of knitting and finishing, ensuring success even for relatively inexperienced knitters.If you've been collecting Knits for many years, or if you're new to the Knits world, pick up a copy of "The Best of Interweave Knits" - this impressive collection of favorite designs will be a great reference tool for years to come.

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  • stunning!5

    kathy muat This is a wonderful book for beginners to improve and experienced knitters to improve and be inspired. Each pattern has detailed explanations of stitches and techniques. There are 25 patterns for women, men and accessories and a beautiful shawl and an even more stunning stole. As Interweave knits is an American company some of the yarns are difficult to grt in the UK but that is what the internet is or. With trial and error the yarns could be substituted.
    Try it - I don't think you will be disappointed. by kathy muat

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