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Woodland Knits : Over 20 Enchanting Patterns

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Description

Enchanting. Whimsical. Adorable! The adjectives will be flying and so will your knitting needles when you see the 20 delightful quick-knits in Woodland Knits . The brain child of designer and singer/songwriter Stephanie Dosen, these critter creations include a Deer Hat, Butterfly Mitts, and Fawn Poncho patterns that have already reached iconic status within the world of quirky contemporary knits. Delicate woodland designs are quick to make. Highly imaginative, these 20 woodland designs feature deer, fox, and owls along with pretty flowers and vines and can be easily completed in just a day or a weekend at most. You ll love these small-scale projects because each one is cuter than the last and they don t take a ton of time. Make today s hottest boutique-quality knits. While these clever knits look like those in specialty shops, they are fully within your reach. Woodland Knits provides photos, charts, and schematics to make all 20. Only traditional stitches and small amounts of luxe yarn are required so you can sport today s hottest looks without breaking the bank! "show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 128 pages
  • 170 x 222 x 14mm | 399.99g
  • Taunton Press Inc
  • Connecticut, United States
  • English
  • colour illustrations, colour illustrations
  • 1627100245
  • 9781627100243
  • 77,485

About Stephanie Dosen

Stephanie Dosen is an American singer-songwriter-turned-knitter who lives in London and Colarado. To date, she has been selling patterns online via her blog and ravelry.com and has been featured in a variety of mainstream and craft magazines and blogs. Her Deer Hat with Little Antlers has gained close to iconic status within the world of quirky, contemporary knits. She teaches widely in Europe and North America. See more at: http: //tinyowlknits.wordpress.comshow more