The author says, "I think of this book as a knitter's approach to the seven summits. It is proverbial mountain climbing for lace knitters who are adventurous; delighted by the basics, yet yearning for more."
First, the facts: Title: Cable Left Cable Right: Twists and turns to take your knitting in a whole new direction Author: Judith Durant Published by: Storey Publishing Pages: 216 Type: Cable stitch patterns Chapters: 1. Cable Basics 2. Simple Cables 3. Angles and Curves 4. Braids and Pretzels 5. Fillers, Ribbings, and Allover Patterns 6. [...]
The projects are all stylish--not always a word you think of when describing things for soft, cuddly, little people.
How can you resist all this cuteness? (Hint: You can't; don't even try.)
It's about time, frankly, that someone put together a book this good, this thorough, and this useful for pattern writing.
It's true that the OUTLANDER series is a huge hit--and why not? A sexy time-travel romance with Highland flair and great knitwear ... what's not to love?
Chappaquiddick Kittanning Boyken, Boykin Spaniel
7 July 2001 - 14 April 2016
What can I say? It's classy.
And the winners are ...
It's been ages since I had a giveaway ... but that's about to change!
Oh, Ann Budd, never change. You and your crack team of designer friends/accomplices never cease to amaze.
The author writes, "For this book, I have selected my absolute favorite motifs from the many I have drawn. As I hope you'll agree, they are imaginative and full of personality and range from tiny, superquick embroideries to large, intricate designs that may take a day or so to embroider."
I love this series. I hope Joanna and Eric never stop.
Coloring books are all the rage, and there's no doubt why. They're fun, they're creative ... and isn't it nice to play with things other than yarn once in a while?