More Knitting in the Sun: 32 Patterns to Knit for Kids

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32 warm-weather knitting projects to make for kids

As a knitter and teacher in Southern California, author Kristi Porter knows well what warm-weather knitters want. Based on the success of her previous book, Knitting in the Sun: 32 Projects for Warm Weather, it's evident that patterns for warmer weather and warmer climate knitting are in demand.

This time Kristi focuses her knitting needles on warm weather patterns for children, bringing you a ...

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Overview

32 warm-weather knitting projects to make for kids

As a knitter and teacher in Southern California, author Kristi Porter knows well what warm-weather knitters want. Based on the success of her previous book, Knitting in the Sun: 32 Projects for Warm Weather, it's evident that patterns for warmer weather and warmer climate knitting are in demand.

This time Kristi focuses her knitting needles on warm weather patterns for children, bringing you a stunningly designed collection of projects and the same beautiful photography you enjoyed in Knitting in the Sun.

  • 32 warm weather patterns for children sized 2-12
  • Garments are designed to be comfortable to both knit and wear during warm weather
  • Other title by Porter: Knitting in the Sun: 32 Projects for Warm Weather

If you enjoy knitting in the summer or live in a climate that is warm year-round, More Knitting in the Sun will keep your needles clicking until the wee hours of morning.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470874486
  • Publisher: Turner Publishing Company
  • Publication date: 4/26/2011
  • Edition description: First Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 192
  • Sales rank: 1,428,126
  • Product dimensions: 7.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Kristi Porter is an author, designer, technical editor, and teacher. In addition to authoring Knitting in the Sun and Knitting Patterns For Dummies (both from Wiley), her work has been featured in numerous books and online magazines. As a parent and teacher in Southern California, Kristi knows well what appeals to kids and knitters in warm climates.
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Table of Contents

Introduction.

Accessories.

Jim: beach cover-up (Janine Le Cras).

Frances: retro poncho (Laura Nelkin).

Owen: beach towel blanket (Kristi Porter).

Huck: fishing hat (Kristi Porter).

Eloise: mini cloche (Anne Kuo Lukito).

Caddie: summer carry-all (Kristi Porter).

Bottoms.

Milo: cargo shorts (Carol Feller).

Kimo: board shorts (Kendra Nitta).

Olivia: bubble skirt (Beautia Dew).

Trixie: peasant skirt (Carol Sulcoski).

Sleeveless.

Mashenka: surplice sundress (Faina Goberstein).

Anastasia: summer dress (Stacey Trock).

Wendy: pleated empire top (Tian Connaughton).

Hermione: sun top (Janine Le Cras).

Ramona: racerback tank (Katherine Vaughan).

Pippi: lacy collared top (Mary C. Gildersleeve).

Charlie: updated argyle vest (Kristi Porter).

Matilda: swing top (Julie Turjoman).

Short Sleeves.

Vashti: hooded top with eyelets (Talitha Kuomi).

Madeline: lace panel t-shirt (Susan Robicheau).

Max: striped baseball t-shirt (Kate Oates).

Thumbelina: cap-sleeved top (Katya Frankel).

Long Sleeves.

Edmund: summer henley (Susan Robicheau).

Lucy: ruffled top (Tabetha Hedrick).

Fern: cropped pullover (Lisa Limber).

Cardigans.

Ginny: tie-front shrug (Janine Le Cras).

Jack: hooded sweater (Lisa S. Rowe).

Artemis: zip-up jacket (Anne Lecrivain).

Satsuki: yukata robe (Sarah Barbour).

Beezus: cropped lace jacket (Katherine Vaughan).

Natka: openwork cardigan (Faina Goberstein).

Ronia: short-sleeved cardigan (Linda Wilgus).

Special Knitting.

Techniques.

Knitting.

Abbreviations.

Contributing.

Designers.

Yarn Sources.

Index.

About the Author.

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