Tasty Treats to Knit Calendar 2013

Tasty Treats to Knit Calendar 2013 : 12 Mouthwatering Patterns to Make

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Knitters will have great fun making this mouth-watering selection of food, from cakes and pies to burgers and pizza. Low in fat and high in fibre, these novelty knitted pieces are ideal as quirky gifts, play-aids or just to amuse yourself!
The patterns range from quick and simple to make to more complex and challenging, but all are novel and rewarding to make. All you need are some basic craft materials and tools. With twelve unique designs, and no calories whatsoever, why not treat yourself to the full menu!
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Product details

  • Calendar | 24 pages
  • 294 x 296 x 6mm | 117.93g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 24 Illustrations, color
  • 0857753355
  • 9780857753359

Table of contents

* 12 fun and original designs
* Easy-to-follow instructions
* Fun to make
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About Susie Johns

Susie Johns is a hugely successful author of crochet, knitting, sewing and craft titles, with dozens of books under her belt. She is an experienced crafter, a wonderfully inventive designer, and has articles published regularly in mainstream crafting magazines. Visit her website at: http://www.susieatthecircus.typepad.com/ Susan Penny graduated from Salisbury College of Art, and has turned her love of textiles and crafts into a career. In the early 1990s Susan was the creative editor behind the UK's leading stitching magazines, and over the next few years she edited several more leading stitching and craft titles before moving to freelance work. Susan now lives and works in Devon, where she uses her creative skills to write and edit craft, knitting and stitching books. Most recently she has worked for the Embroiderers' Guild as publisher of their two stitching magazines. Susan also runs workshops, and exhibits and sells her worth through galleries and museums.
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