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Lavish Lace: Knitting with Hand-Painted Yarns
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Lavish Lace: Knitting with Hand-Painted Yarns

by Noble, Potter
 

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Does lace have to be knit on size 0 needles and take years to complete? No! Let this primer on knitted lace put any worries to rest. Go from a skein of fiber to a fantastic finished piece with this unique approach. Simple techniques, helpful hints, and an extraordinary palette of colorways will inspire you to play with the possibilities of hand-painted yarns.

Overview

Does lace have to be knit on size 0 needles and take years to complete? No! Let this primer on knitted lace put any worries to rest. Go from a skein of fiber to a fantastic finished piece with this unique approach. Simple techniques, helpful hints, and an extraordinary palette of colorways will inspire you to play with the possibilities of hand-painted yarns.

  • Create over a dozen scarves and shawls that guarantee no hassles with fitting or shaping--one size fits all
  • Have fun with an incredible variety of exotic textures, colors, and fibers
  • Catch on to techniques quickly with a bounty of specialized tips for patterns from beginning to advanced

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781564775481
Publisher:
Martingale & Company
Publication date:
02/28/2014
Pages:
80
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.25(d)

Meet the Author

We were saddened to hear of the passing of Carol Rasmussen Noble. It was a pleasure to work with her.

Carol Rasmussen Noble was a knitwear designer who wrote knitting books with subjects ranging from Fair Isle mittens to Orenburg shawls.

Cheryl Potter, the owner of a hand-painted yarn company called Cherry Tree Hill, has published patterns in Vogue Knitting and Knitter's Magazine, among others.

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