Simple Knits for Little Cherubs

Simple Knits for Little Cherubs

By (author) Erika Knight

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Erika's Knights's ever popular 'Simple Knits for Little Cherubs' is now available in a newly formatted size. The hallmark of Erika's designs are that they are not only true classics, that will become the hand-me-downs of the future, but that they are simple enough for a beginner to knit successfully. Attention to detail is another feature of Erika's patterns, along with beautifully soft natural yarns. Her clothes are all comfortable and extremely wearable - no scratchy necklines, tight sleeves or itchy collars. In addition to a classic range of clothing, from sweaters and cardigans to hats and socks, 'Simple Knits for Little Cherubs includes' a range of knitted accessories just right for the pre-school child, from cuddly toys to a doll's blanket. Erika Knight is fast establishing a reputation as one of the most coveted knitwear designers of the time. Her first book, published in 2000, has reprinted and been sold in five languages. Previous ISBN: 9781843400189 Other titles in the series include 'Simple Knits for Cherished Babies' (ISBN 9781855859265), also being reissued in this new and exciting format.

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  • Paperback | 128 pages
  • 218.44 x 220.98 x 10.16mm | 544.31g
  • 05 Aug 2008
  • PAVILION BOOKS
  • COLLINS & BROWN
  • London
  • English
  • Revised
  • 2nd Revised edition
  • 140 colour photographs
  • 184340477X
  • 9781843404774
  • 126,776

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Erika Knight is a renowned design consultant to the fashion and yarn industry. Originally from a fine art background, she has worked in most areas of knit and fabric design from original concept, garment design, pattern and print through to yarn design and production. Her signature designer hand knit label - Molto! - was highly successful across the globe, leading her to work with design companies in Italy and the U.K., as well as 'high street' brands in the U.K., U.S.A., South Africa and Australia.

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