Knitting Around the World

Knitting Around the World A book which describes different methods of knitting Aran knitting Fair Isle knitting knitting with than one colour and Japanese techniques There are complete patterns for an Aran jumper a winter c

  • Title: Knitting Around the World
  • Author: Threads Amy T. Yanagi
  • ISBN: 9781561580262
  • Page: 411
  • Format: Paperback
  • A book which describes different methods of knitting Aran knitting, Fair Isle knitting, knitting with than one colour and Japanese techniques There are complete patterns for an Aran jumper, a winter coat, a Shetland lace shawl and Fair Isle socks Show Show less

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    1. If, like me, you enjoy the knitting articles in Threads but aren't very interested in all their other articles about sewing, quilting, etc this book of creative inspiration and practical advice is for you. Drawing from articles published in the magazine between 1986 and 1992, this collection showcases techniques from the world's folk knitting traditions. There are familiar favorites such as highly textured Aran knitting and delicate Shetland lace as well as some less well-known traditions like S [...]


    2. It was thrilling nostalgia to find this (and the other books in the set)! Alas that my original Threads magazines were jettisoned in my many moves, so this is sweet compensation. I'm a sucker for the historic and obscure, so these articles are pure fascination. The color photos and diagrams are bright and clear, and although a few of the avant garde styles scream early '90s, the ideas are extremely useful and inspiring. I'd not recommend this for beginning knitters, or those who prefer to follow [...]



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