20 to Knit: Mini Knitted Charms
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20 to Knit: Mini Knitted Charms

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Description

Charms and dangles are popular fashion accessories, used to decorate purses, bags, mobile phones, and anything else you can think of. In this book, Sachiyo provides patterns for 20 different designs all in her distinctive, cute and fun style. All of the projects are quick and easy to make and each one can be made in just 15 minutes! They are great for passing the time on a journey or when you have a few minutes to spare, and are small enough to carry around in your bag. They are ideal for using up scraps of yarn too, and they make perfect little gifts for family, friends and boy or girlfriends.



Choose from ice cream cones, beach huts, strawberries and mushrooms, as well as love hearts, owls, and stars, then pop it on a charm strap or even a suction cap to dangle in your car and your creation is complete!
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Product details

  • Paperback | 48 pages
  • 155 x 215 x 5mm | 128g
  • Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 51 Illustrations, color
  • 1782213759
  • 9781782213758
  • 238,471

Table of contents

Hats: Irish with 4-leaf clover and Stars and Stripes
Beach hut
Hearts
Macaroon
Sheep
Stars
Gloves/Socks
Ice cream cones
Strawberry/acorn
Dice
Pair of baby bootees
Monkey
Mushrooms
Red Riding Hood and Bunny
Candies
Cat and Mouse
Owl
Fish
Plane
Basketball/beach ball
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Review quote

Well presented. I am hoping to knit some of these patterns myself to use for pencil toppers and it's an ideal book for raising money for charities i.e selling the patterns you knit. * Penny Carver-Irvine * I haven't had chance to try all the designs yet but the ones I? have tried have been easy to follow. Good clear pictures throughout the book. Would definitely recommend! * Hayley Hobbs * Another excellent offering from Sachiyo. This is my third one of her books and she still manages to deliver. This is excellent for this time of year for little extra gifts for people. This book would also make a nice gift. * Tracey Stanley * Pictures and layout of instructions are clear and concise.

The charms are cute and easy to sew up.

I have enjoyed knitting several for presents. i attatched the booties and mittens to the fronts of cards.

As they only use 4ply they are great for using up oddments of wool.

Well woth getting for the older or younger knitter! * Carole Stephens * I am a big fan of Sachiyo Ishii's previous books, so I was pleased to get a copy of this one.



As with all other "Twenty to Make" series, this tends towards to the simpler side of her style, but is just as adorable as her work from 'Mini Knitted Woodland' et al. The instructions are clear and concise, and I particularly like the suggestions for ways to adapt the patterns to suit your own ideas. I have already made a couple of charms, which I have in fact added to my pile of Xmas tree decorations!



It's a fab addition ot the "Twenty to Make" series, and yet another fab book from Sachiyo Ishii. * Natasha Field * A lovely book full of wonderful little patterns that cater to a wide variety of interests * Em day * This fab little book has the most delightful, quick, easy, and adorable little charms. The patterns are so clear to read, and full colour illustrations to guide you through, and to simply ooh and ahh over. There is a cute monkey, beach hut, little socks and bootees...and more - and a great pair of dice which I think would be perfect for the men.

It would make a perfect gift for any knitter - without breaking the bank. If you are knitting them for yourself, prepare to be completely addicted. I just can't decide which to start with first - but I am going to knit every one! * Lesley Bambridge * This is a great little book for those that love to make small novelty items. The book has been well formatted and the pictures are large and clear. The patterns are easy to read and well laid out. One pattern on each page with the picture on the opposite page makes this so easy to use. Fully recommend. * Kim Williams *
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About Sachiyo Ishii

Sachiyo Ishii was born and raised in Japan. She was a money broker on Wall Street and in London before discovering the joy of handicraft after her second son was born. She learned dressmaking and Waldorf doll making and has been designing and creating dolls and toys ever since. She teaches knitting, doll making, wet and dry felting, sewing, crochet and spinning, among other crafts. She has authored a number of titles for Search Press and her work regularly appears in knitting magazines. Sachiyo lives in Sussex with her husband and two sons. Visit her website at www.knitsbysachi.com.
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