Paperback, 8½ x 9,136 pages100 photographs,25 illustrations, 30 charts
ISBN 978-1-59668-090-6$24.95 Available April 2009
19 Innovative to Traditional Designs withSimple Knitting Techniques
Instead, knit simple, beautiul designs with interesting details and silhouettes with
, acollection o 19 contemporary garments that celebrate stunning results without the intricate techniques.Following in the ootsteps o the popular Style Series,
eatures appealing projectsaccompanied by beautiul, luscious liestyle photographs, easy-to-ollow step-by-step instructions,thorough material lists, and a Design Notebook that covers ways to maximize style while simpliyingknitting and inishing techniques.Projects rom 16 renowned knitwear designers—including Pam Allen, Véronik Avery, Mags Kandis,Deborah Newton, and Vicki Square—range rom pullovers, cardigans, vests, skirts, wraps, and more,all using simple design sensibility or maximum impact.
Knitter’s Handy Book of Patterns
About the autho Ann Budd
is a book editor and the ormer senior editor o
. Sheis the author o
The Knitter’s Handy Book of Patterns
Getting StartedKnitting Socks
, plus many o the
series books (all rom Interweave.) She livesin Boulder, Colorado.
Take a break from fussy garments with overly complicated techniques.