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Men's Knits

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By (author) Erika Knight

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  • Publisher: Quadrille Publishing Ltd
  • Format: Hardback | 144 pages
  • Dimensions: 192mm x 248mm x 14mm | 581g
  • Publication date: 3 October 2008
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 1844006247
  • ISBN 13: 9781844006243
  • Illustrations note: Illustrations
  • Sales rank: 86,568

Product description

For the very first time, leading knitwear designer Erika Knight has put together a collection of knits for men perfect for all ages and all shapes and sizes. Practical, comfortable and reliable, the sweaters, cardigans and accessories she has created for this book are sure to become 'old friends', guaranteed to be well-worn and well-loved, and perhaps even borrowed by a partner. The first section, Basics, presents strong classic shapes that are quintessentially masculine and can be worn by men of any age.From the definitive v-neck sweater to an easy-wear cardigan, the garments can be made time and time again in a variety of yarns and colourways. New Classics reworks many of the basic shapes from the first chapter, and gives them a contemporary edge. The v-neck sweater becomes a slimmer-fitting fine knit while a classic cardigan becomes patterned with cables. Items, is for men who aren't afraid to make statement with their clothes, whether it's a multi-coloured striped sweater, a herringbone patterned v-neck or an over sized super chunky sweater. The perfect finishing touch to the collection comes from some of Erika's trademark accessories - a highly adaptable basic beanie hat and two scarf patterns.

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Author information

Erika Knight is a much-respected knitwear and crochet designer, as well as a sought-after fashion and crafts consultant. For many years, Erika has been working towards a greater understanding of crafts, bringing them to a new generation. Through her work as a key consultant to many design companies, she has sought to align the worlds of fashion and crafts. The profile of knitting and other crafts has never been higher than it is now, and Erika has played a major role in this renaissance - she is seen by many as a knitting guru for her creativity, knowledge and vision. Erika has previously written nine highly acclaimed knitting books including New Knits, Baby Bloom, Classic, Glamour, Classic at Home and Glamour at Home as well as two crochet books, Simple Crochet and Essential Crochet.