Colorwork Creations: 30+ Patterns to Knit Gorgeous Hats, Mittens and Gloves

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Create beautiful woodland-inspired accessories

The gorgeous and cozy projects in Colorwork Creations simply beg to be knit. Choose from more than 30 hats, mittens and gloves that pair traditional Sanquhar knitting motifs with birds and beasts of the woodlands. Small enough for a quick-knitted gift, but precious enough to cherish forever, these pieces will, these pieces will delight and inspire for years to ...

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Colorwork Creations: 30+ Patterns to Knit Gorgeous Hats, Mittens and Gloves

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Overview

Create beautiful woodland-inspired accessories

The gorgeous and cozy projects in Colorwork Creations simply beg to be knit. Choose from more than 30 hats, mittens and gloves that pair traditional Sanquhar knitting motifs with birds and beasts of the woodlands. Small enough for a quick-knitted gift, but precious enough to cherish forever, these pieces will, these pieces will delight and inspire for years to come.

Colorwork Creations features:

  • Over 30 stunning patterns, ranging from ski hats, chullos and tams to flip-top mittens, knit in a wide variety of luscious yarns and colors.
  • Full-color charts showcasing traditional colorwork motifs and original designs inspired by creatures of the forest: nuthatches, butterflies, reindeer and more.
  • Detailed patterns, techniques and tips for stress-free knitting. An innovative "finger-to-cuff" construction method for mittens and gloves makes sizing and construction a breeze.
  • Options for mixing and matching motifs for truly unique and customized creations.
Your adventure begins here: take a journey through colorwork with woodland-inspired knits.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781440212420
  • Publisher: KP Books
  • Publication date: 10/19/2010
  • Pages: 160
  • Sales rank: 569,815
  • Product dimensions: 7.90 (w) x 9.90 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Susan Anderson-Freed learned to knit at the age of nine from her grandmother. She is a retired Professor of Computer Science from Illinois Wesleyan University with more than thirty years of teaching experience. She enjoys cooking, spinning, dyeing, weaving, and, of course, knitting in her spare time.

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  • Posted May 29, 2011

    The charts are a little hard to read on the nook, but the patterns are nice. The book is worth it for the unusual top down mitten and glove construction. I highly recomend it, but if you have poor eyesight get the hardcopy

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 9, 2011

    Beautiful patterns... too bad you can't read the charts

    And bn wont let me exchange this for the paper version. Buy the paper version of this book instead.

    Also note the patterns are designed top down or thumb/fingers first so it's a little different technique.

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