The Knitted Home

The Knitted Home : Hand-knitted Projects, Room by Room

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This is a beautiful book of 30 knitted and crocheted projects for the home, from a UK author. It uses a variety of wools, silk, cotton and bamboo to make tactile and inviting, effortlessly stylish pieces. Give your home a room-by-room makeover with this beautiful book of knitted and crocheted projects for the home. Ten rooms are included, each with three unique items that have their own colour palette and theme, so 30 projects all in all. Using pure wools, alpaca wool, mohair, cashmere, silk, cotton and bamboo, these versatile knits range from cosy and comforting to bright and fresh but are always tactile and inviting. Snuggle up to soft and fleecy throws, brighten up your guest room with a new cushion cover or eat leisurely dinners with matching place mats, coasters and napkin rings. Whichever you go for, your home will be effortlessly stylish. All basic knitting and crochet techniques are clearly explained so it will appeal to all ability levels and the photo gallery will appeal to anyone interested in interior design.

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  • Paperback | 176 pages
  • 190 x 254 x 20mm | 662.24g
  • Guild of Master Craftsman Publications Ltd
  • East SussexUnited Kingdom
  • English
  • full colour throughout, approximately 200 photos, approx 25 illustrations, approx 8 charts
  • 1861088078
  • 9781861088079
  • 159,775

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About Sian Brown

Sian Brown fell in love with yarn and knitting while studying for her BA in Fashion and Textiles in Cheltenham, UK. She went on to become a knitwear designer, freelancing for commercial companies that supply the high street stores and for swatch companies selling design ideas to the US. Sian has taught at the London College of Fashion on their knitwear course. She now lives in Hastings and designs handknits for several magazines and yarn companies. She is a regular contributor to Knitting magazine.

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