Knit Cute and Cuddly Hats and Booties: Complete Instructions for 6 Sets

Knit Cute and Cuddly Hats and Booties: Complete Instructions for 6 Sets

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By (author) Edie Eckman, By (author) Bonnie Franz, By (author) Debby Ware, By (author) Quayside

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  • Publisher: Creative Publishing International
  • Format: Paperback | 32 pages
  • Dimensions: 216mm x 286mm x 3mm | 136g
  • Publication date: 1 December 2012
  • ISBN 10: 1589237544
  • ISBN 13: 9781589237544
  • Illustrations note: 35 color photos
  • Sales rank: 810,482

Product description

These simply adorable knitting projects make the perfect gift for new parents. "Knit Cute and Cuddly Hats & Booties" is an easy-to-use knitting booklet that contains patterns for six hat and boot sets (12 projects total). Projects include Roly Poly Ridges, Grape Fizz, Soft and Simple, Elf, Ribbons and Bows, and Dots and Ruffles. Includes a special skills section at the end of the booklet that teaches double-pointed needles, I-cord, knitted welt, grafting, and French knot skills.

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Edie Eckman has her hands in many aspects of the fiber arts--teaching, writing, designing, and editing. Her designs are contemporary classics, accessible to the average knitter, and have appeared in many yarn company publications, magazines, and pattern leaflets. Edie travels extensively teaching at conventions, yarn shops, and guilds. She enjoys sharing in that "aha!" moment when her students grasp a new technique.Edie is the author of "The Crochet Answer Book." Visit Edie's website: www.edieeckman.com. When she was only five, Bonnie Franz learned to knit from her mother. After making a blanket for her doll, she dropped the needles until her college years when she re-learned the basics and went beyond. She eventually progressed through the Master level of the Knitting Guild of America program and began designing her own patterns, which have been published in many books, booklets, magazines, and newsletters. In 2002, Bonnie started a newsletter called Stranded to create a forum for colorwork discussion, history, and designs. She is the author of "Double Exposure: Knit it Basic, Knit it Bold." See more of Bonnie's designs on her website: www.bonniefranz.com. Debby Ware is a graduate of The School of Visual Arts in New York City. For many years, she sold her one-of-a-kind knit goods from her businesses and home on Martha's Vineyard. When she and her husband and son moved from the ocean to the mountains of Virginia, she started designing and producing kits for Debby Ware Knitwares. Debby is the author of "Too Cute!" See more of Debby's designs on her website: www.debbyware.com.