Special Family Knits
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Special Family Knits : 25 Handknits for All Seasons

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Whether having a picnic on a sunny, summer afternoon, exploring a windswept beach or venturing out for a brisk winter walk, some experiences are made for memories. 'Special Family Knits' is a heartwarming collection of hand-knit designs that celebrate making time for family and friends.







Classic lines, flattering silhouettes and ample texture work together to make stylish pieces that are created from a real passion for the knitted stitch. The book is divided into three chapters - beach, picnic and country - and projects are included for knitters of every skill level. From delicate summer cardigans to chunky jumpers to rough-and-tumble guernseys for your little ones, each design is made to endure.







Beautiful photography and concise easy-to-follow instructions accompany each of the twenty projects. No matter if you're young or old, the carefree and relaxed knits in Debbie's signature style are guaranteed to please.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 128 pages
  • 250 x 250 x 10mm | 562g
  • COLLINS & BROWN
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Over 75 colour photographs
  • 1843405458
  • 9781843405450
  • 196,512

About Debbie Bliss

Debbie Bliss is knitwear designer and hugely successful author. She has contributed knitwear designs to numerous magazines and has made several television appearances during her career. She has her own exclusive range of luxury yarns, which she has used to create the brand new designs in this delightful book of family knits.
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