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The Very Easy Guide to Knitting Scarves: Step-by-Step Techniques, Easy-to-Follow Patterns, and 22 Projects to Get You Started
     

The Very Easy Guide to Knitting Scarves: Step-by-Step Techniques, Easy-to-Follow Patterns, and 22 Projects to Get You Started

by Marie Connolly
 

What was your first knitting project? A scarf is where many of us start and often return. Scarves never lose their appeal. For the beginner, The Very Easy Guide to Knitting Scarves offers basic stitches paired with beautiful yarns to create gorgeous scarves—from cozy winter warmers to delicate evening wraps. The more advanced can choose from cable

Overview

What was your first knitting project? A scarf is where many of us start and often return. Scarves never lose their appeal. For the beginner, The Very Easy Guide to Knitting Scarves offers basic stitches paired with beautiful yarns to create gorgeous scarves—from cozy winter warmers to delicate evening wraps. The more advanced can choose from cable patterns, lace stitches, Fair Isle patterns,and many other inspiring ideas.
- Showcases 22 patterns to knit in a range of styles and for different occasions, shown in over 250 color photographs throughout.
- A directory of stitch patterns, plus suggested ways to embellish and customize scarves turn into hundreds of design variations.
- Includes everything you need to get to grips with the stitch techniques, even if you are a complete beginner—plus plenty of designs suited to more adventurous knitters.

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From the Publisher

“Lace and custom embellishments round out a collection warm enough to bring many new stitchers into the fold.” —Yarn Market News

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780312590772
Publisher:
St. Martin's Press
Publication date:
11/08/2011
Pages:
144
Product dimensions:
8.40(w) x 9.90(h) x 0.60(d)

Meet the Author

MARIE CONNOLLY is a life-long crafter who also owns and runs Stitch DC, a local yarn shop in Washington, DC. She designs knit, crochet, sewn and quilted items, writes books, and teaches knitting, while managing a family of three children.

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