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Enjoy a superior collection of knitted lace patterns!

Brought together for the first time, the projects of Knitted Lace represent the most intricate, beautiful, and sought-after lace pieces in the history of Interweave's knitting publications. Anne Merrow has assembled a world-class resource of eyelet scarves, delicate socks, elegant tops, and more, to inspire knitters of all skill levels. Knitted Lace offers all lace enthusiasts the broadest range of garment types, projects of all levels of difficulty, and expert design advice in one exceptional volume.

Included are popular commentaries by knitted lace experts illustrating how to follow lace charts, execute perfect stitches, and understand the construction of even the most complex knitted lace patterns. Plus, Interweave Knits editor and lace expert Eunny Jang contributes a new introduction on the art and craft of knitted lace and the reasons why lace is so irresistible. Knit gorgeous lace designs anywhere you are with Knitted Lace!

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ISBN: 9781620331903
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