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Knitting Pretty

Simple Instructions for 30 Fabulous Projects

By Kris Percival,Photographs by France Ruffenach

8-3/4 x 8 in; 120 pp;
30 line drawings, 25 color photographs
Paperback
September 2002
ISBN 9780811835336
ISBN10 0811835332

SKU# 9780811835336

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At long last, a knitting book thats certifiably hip. Aimed at the rapidly growing new generation of knitters, Knitting Pretty offers up 30 smart-looking projects presented in language ordinary human beings can understand. Perfect for the beginner, the us...
Knitting Pretty


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Knitting Pretty

At long last, a knitting book thats certifiably hip. Aimed at the rapidly growing new generation of knitters, Knitting Pretty offers up 30 smart-looking projects presented in language ordinary human beings can understand. Perfect for the beginner, the user-friendly basics section features step-by-step illustrations and instructions for everything the knitter on the make needs to know. The unique patterns-from cozy caps, scarves, and mittens, to pillow covers, kooky sock puppets, and even a paperweight-come with easy-to-follow instructions, helpful diagrams, and beautiful full-color photographs of the finished projects. From quick and easy projects to somewhat grander endeavors for the more experienced, Knitting Pretty makes it a pleasure to whip up warm and woolly masterpieces.

 

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8-3/4 x 8 in; 120 pp;
30 line drawings, 25 color photographs
Paperback
September 2002
ISBN 9780811835336
ISBN10 0811835332

Kris Percival was born in the wool-steeped wilds of Maine, but today she knits in Brooklyn. Her handknit fashions are featured at Barneys and Butter.

France Ruffenach is a San Franciscobased photographer whose work has appeared in such magazines as Bon Appetit and Parenting.

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I learned to knit from a book!

I learned to knit from a book!

10/11/11| Satsuki Shibuya
I first purchased this book at a local book store because it was nice to 'look' at. (I have a fetish of collecting books.) I decided since I bought the book to at least attempt to try and see if knitting was something that I might be able to do as a hobby. The easy-to-follow directions allowed me to start knitting immediately. Now I love to knit and hope to knit a sweater before this coming x-mas!