The Knitter's Palette: A Workbook of Color and Texture, Techniques and Effects

The Knitter's Palette: A Workbook of Color and Texture, Techniques and Effects

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By (author) Kate Haxell

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  • Publisher: Creative Publishing International, US
  • Format: Paperback | 224 pages
  • Dimensions: 191mm x 246mm x 23mm | 748g
  • Publication date: 1 May 2013
  • Publication City/Country: Beverly
  • ISBN 10: 1589237307
  • ISBN 13: 9781589237308
  • Illustrations note: 200 color photos
  • Sales rank: 548,418

Product description

Explore the myriad of color and texture opportunities available to the hand knitter with The Knitter's Palette! This comprehensive and creative guide uses a large collection of swatches--or palettes--to inspire and instruct as it covers every aspect of color and texture in knitting. In these pages, you'll find a library of 55 palettes, containing over 400 swatches, supported by over 70 illustrated techniques. Each palette illustrates variations on effects, patterns, designs, or techniques. While it's aimed at novices who understand only basic knitting techniques, this book will also appeal to experienced knitters looking for new and creative ideas.

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Author information

Kate Haxell is a professional writer and editor specializing in craft. She has written several books, including the best-selling First Knits and the creative sourcebook Decorative Knitting. She lives in London. Visit her online at http: //www.katehaxell.co.uk.

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"Haxell ("Knit Edgings and Trims") explores in this handbook the use of color in knitting. After a clear overview of color theory (using stockinette swatches knit out of colorful yarn), the author describes a variety of methods that knitters can use to incorporate color into their projects. Some of these techniques, such as intarsia, mosaic knitting, and stranded colorwork, are obvious choices, while others, for example, bead knitting and surface embroidery, are more unusual. Though this title doesn't include any projects for readers to try out, the examples and directions are clear and detailed. VERDICT Readers looking for projects may prefer books by Kristin Nicholas or Melissa Leapman, but this comprehensive reference is suitable for experienced knitters. An excellent purchase."" -- Library Journal"