Simple Hip Knit Scarves: 14 Easy Everyday Knits

Simple Hip Knit Scarves: 14 Easy Everyday Knits


By (author) Kara Gott Warner

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  • Format: Paperback | 48 pages
  • Dimensions: 210mm x 272mm x 4mm | 180g
  • Publication date: 18 December 2010
  • Publication City/Country: Berne
  • ISBN 10: 1592173284
  • ISBN 13: 9781592173280
  • Illustrations note: 30 colour
  • Sales rank: 50,179

Product description

This book for the knitter who swoons when they see beautiful yarns! They are not afraid to pay for quality. The projects are very stylish, and this knitter also has an eye for fashion. Making a scarf fits into everyone's budget, so why not splurge! The projects are easy to make in a weekend - or even in just a few hours. You won't spend time fumbling with intricate instructions, because most of the patterns are easy to understand making scarves the perfect traveling project.

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Author information

Kara Gott Warner, author of The Divine Drop Stitch, a quirky collection of boutique-quality drop stitch designs, and editor of two new multi-designer books: The Perfect Finish, authored by teachers and designers known in the knitting industry for their expertise in finishing, and Circular Knitting Redefined, featuring over 40 circular knitting patterns. She is also known for her independent knitting pattern collection: igottknits, sold exclusively through Annie's Attic and ePatterns Central. Kara's knitwear designs have been published in Vogue Knitting, Interweave Knits and Family Circle Easy Knitting. Kara lives in Berne, IN. You can follow her blogging adventures at:

Review quote

""Simple Hip Knit""Scarves "is really what the market needs--a collection of fashion scarves to encourage the knitter to the next step." --Linda Pratt, Westminster Fibers Whatever style you're looking for, take your pick from patterns of classic scarves, a capelet, cowls, skinnies and more, in a range of different yarns. UK readers may need to substitute the US yarns used, but it's easy to do - even if the tension doesn't work out exactly the same and the scarf ends up slightly different in size, it's no big deal. Most of them are easy to make and relatively inexpensive, since they use such little yarn, except the one worked in four balls of Noro Iro, which is fairly expensive, but just beautiful.-Knit Today

Table of contents

Slinky, Silky Waves Wonder and Whimsy Bryant Park Neckerchief Diamond in the Ruff Cain Male Stormy Weather Clarendon Infinity and Beyond Gossamer Scarflette Plissados Meanderlust Pineapple Hearts Chunky Cable Warmer The Long and Winding Road