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Review: Seamless Knits

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First, the facts:

Title: Seamless (or nearly seamless) Knits

Author: Andra Knight-Bowman

Published by: Martingale & Company, 2011

Pages: 78

Type: Patterns.

Chapters:

1. Welcome to Seamless (or nearly seamless) knits
2. Special techniques and tips
3. Building from the bottom up
4. Taking it from the top down
5. Somewhat side to side

Seamless Knits

Pattern Size Range: It varies, but 36″-54″

The In-Depth Look:

This is a collection of 19 perfectly wearable sweaters, ranging from vests to short-sleeved to long sleeved, all of which have practically no seams whatsoever. (Usually, the only seam is a small one at the underarm.)

I wish I had more to say than that. They’re nice designs, if not overly exciting, and they look like they’re easy enough to knit and just as easy to wear (which isn’t true of every collection). I worry a little about the way the models are kind of scrunched sideways with exaggerated head-tilts in a few of the photos, but still. This is a nice collection.

This book can be bought at Amazon.com.

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My Gush: Attractive, wearable sweaters.

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