Knitting New Scarves: 27 Distinctly Modern Designs

Knitting New Scarves: 27 Distinctly Modern Designs

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By (author) Lynne Barr, Photographs by Tyllie Barbosa

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  • Publisher: Stewart, Tabori & Chang Inc
  • Format: Paperback | 144 pages
  • Dimensions: 176mm x 240mm x 14mm | 520g
  • Publication date: 1 September 2007
  • Publication City/Country: New York
  • ISBN 10: 1584796332
  • ISBN 13: 9781584796336
  • Illustrations note: cl / bw / tt illustrations, cl95 / bw / tt95 photographs
  • Sales rank: 31,874

Product description

Scarves are often the first garments beginning knitters try. Then, when they feel ready for a greater creative thrill, they move on to other types of garments. In "Knitting New Scarves", Lynne Barr beckons all levels of knitters back to their humble beginnings and then wows them with 27 spectacularly modern designs, each one created using an innovative new technique or a unique take on a traditional one.This novel approach, which dares knitters to rethink what is possible by simply manipulating knits and purls, leads to a collection of flattering, functional, and fun-to-make accessories. Imagine a scarf that looks like a strand of black pearls or unfolds like an accordion, one that playfully draws inspiration from the famed Chanel jacket, or a twisting futuristic high-rise. Every scarf is shown in its finished form in beautiful still-lifes by photographer Tyllie Barbosa, and, when unusual techniques are called for, up-close step-by-step photos are provided as well. This means every scarf in this masterful collection is both captivating and accessible for all levels of knitters.

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Author information

Lynne Barr has taught hand-knitting workshops in the US, machine knitting to factory workers in Haiti and designed sweaters for upmarket boutiques. With her husband, she designed and produced a commemorative sweater for L.L.Bean and co-authored two books: Sweaterscapes of the North Country and Sweaterscapes of the American West.