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30662397 Interweave Fall 2010 Book Catalog[1]

30662397 Interweave Fall 2010 Book Catalog[1]

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Sections

  • Stephanie van der Linden
  • Lynda Maynard
  • Fiona Bell
  • Abigail Patner Glassenberg
  • Yoshiko Jinzenji
  • Malka Dubrawsky
  • Judith MacKenzie McCuin
  • Cas Holmes
  • Gwen Hedley
  • Jodi Bombardier
  • Sharilyn Miller
  • Dale “Cougar” Armstrong
  • Mary Ann Scott
  • Color Style
  • Simple Style
  • Bag Style
  • Folk Style
  • Lace Style
  • Wrap Style
  • Scarf Style O
  • The Harmony Guides: Knit & Purl
  • The Harmony Guides: Lace & Eyelets O
  • The Harmony Guides: Cables & Arans
  • The Harmony Guides: 101 Stitches to Knit
  • The Harmony Guides: Colorwork Stitches
  • The Harmony Guides: Knit Edgings & Trims
  • The Harmony Guides: Crochet Edgings & Trims
  • The Art of Fair Isle Knitting
  • The Best of Interweave Knits O
  • Boutique Knits O
  • Classic Knits:
  • Dogs in Knits
  • Domino Knitting
  • Favorite Socks O
  • Fearless Knitting Workbook
  • French Girl Knits O
  • Feminine Knits
  • Funky Knits
  • Getting Started Knitting Socks O
  • Folk Vests
  • Folk Hats
  • Folk Shawls
  • Folk Mittens
  • Folk Socks
  • Folk Knitting in Estonia
  • Hip to Knit
  • The Gossamer Webs Design Collection
  • Gifted
  • Inspired to Knit O
  • Inca Knits
  • Interweave’s Compendium of Finishing Techniques
  • It Itches
  • Interweave Presents Knitted Gifts O
  • Knit Fix
  • Knit Kimono
  • Knit to be Square
  • Japanese Inspired Knits O
  • Knitted Babes
  • Knit So Fine
  • Knitted Jackets
  • Knitted Lace of Estonia O
  • The Knitter’s Handy Book of Patterns O
  • The Knitter’s Handy Book of Sweater Patterns
  • Knitting Little Luxuries
  • Knitting Green
  • Knitter’s Stash
  • Knitting on the Road
  • Knitting Out of Africa
  • Knitting Socks with Handpainted Yarn
  • Knitting Vintage Socks
  • Men in Knits
  • Natural Knits for Babies and Moms
  • Knitwear Design Workshop
  • New England Knits
  • The New Stranded Colorwork
  • Nicky Epstein’s Knitted Embellishments
  • No Sheep for You
  • Northern Knits
  • One Skein O
  • Poems of Color
  • Shadow Knitting
  • Sock Innovation O
  • Traditional Knitted Lace Shawls
  • The Twisted Sisters Knit Sweaters
  • Power Cables
  • Felted Knits
  • How We Felt
  • Simply Felt
  • Felt Frenzy
  • Felt Forward
  • Simply Needlefelt
  • Shibori Knitted Felt
  • Blueprint Crochet O
  • Couture Crochet
  • Workshop
  • Crochet in Color
  • Crochet Me O
  • Crochet So Fine
  • The Crocheter’s Companion
  • Double Stitch
  • The Harmony Guides: 101 Stitches to Crochet
  • The Harmony Guides: Basic Crochet Stitches O
  • The Harmony Guides: Crochet Stitch Motifs
  • Wrapped in Crochet O
  • Interweave Presents Crocheted Gifts O
  • Hip to Crochet
  • All New Homespun Handknit
  • Color in Spinning
  • Hands On Spinning
  • Get Spun
  • In Sheep’s Clothing
  • Respect the Spindle
  • Spin Control
  • Spin It
  • Spin to Knit
  • The Spinner’s Companion
  • Start Spinning O
  • The Twisted Sisters Sock Workbook
  • Color Works
  • Yarns to Dye For
  • A Dyer’s Garden
  • Card Weaving
  • Hands On Rigid Heddle Weaving
  • Learning to Weave O
  • Mastering Weave Structures
  • The Handweaver’s Pattern Directory O
  • Rag Rug Handbook
  • Time to Weave
  • The Weaver’s Companion
  • The Weaver’s Idea Book
  • The Weaver’s Studio: Doubleweave
  • Weaving in the Peruvian Highlands
  • The Weaver’s Studio: Woven Shibori
  • Woven Treasures
  • Creative Quilting O
  • Art + Quilt
  • Inspired to Quilt
  • Weaving Made Easy
  • The Quilting Arts Book
  • Cloth Dolls for Textile Artists
  • Bags with Paper and Stitch
  • Carry Me
  • Art Cloth
  • Color on Color
  • Customizing Cool Clothes
  • Fabricate
  • Free Expression
  • Freestyle Machine Embroidery
  • I Love Patchwork
  • Mixed Mania
  • Mixed-Media Self-Portraits
  • Mixed Media Explorations O
  • Printmaking + Mixed Media O
  • 49 Sensational Skirts
  • Sew Liberated
  • Sew Me, Love Me
  • Stitch Graffiti
  • Stitchy Kitty Fuzzy Puppy
  • Weldon’s Practical Needlework, Volume 12
  • Stitch Alchemy O
  • The Surface Designer’s Handbook O
  • 100 Beaded Jewelry Designs
  • All Wired Up O
  • Ancient Modern
  • The Bead Directory
  • Bead Romantique O
  • 101 Wire Earrings
  • Beaded Embellishment
  • The Beaded Garden
  • The Beader’s Companion
  • Beader’s Stash
  • Beading for the Soul
  • Beading in the Native American Tradition
  • Beading on Fabric
  • Beading with Peyote Stitch
  • Beads in Bloom
  • Bella Beaded Jewelry
  • Earrings
  • Beaded Rings
  • Necklaces
  • Beaded Bags
  • Beadwork Creates Jewelry
  • Crochet Jewelry
  • Crochet with Wire
  • Custom Cool Jewelry O
  • Create Jewelry: Glass
  • Create Jewelry: Pearls
  • Create Jewelry: Crystals
  • Create Jewelry: Stones
  • Chain Style
  • Elements of Style
  • Enchanted Adornments
  • The Encyclopedia of Contemporary Jewelry Making Techniques
  • Designing Jewelry with Glass Beads O
  • Designing Jewelry with Semiprecious Beads
  • Fabulous Fabric Beads
  • Getting Started Making Metal Jewelry
  • Getting Started Making Wire Jewelry and More O
  • Getting Started Stringing Beads
  • Getting Started with Seed Beads
  • Hip to Bead
  • Hand Felted Jewelry and Beads
  • Jewelry Studio: Silver Wire Fusing O
  • Jewelry Studio: Wire Wrapping O
  • Making Colorful Wire & Beaded Jewelry
  • Making Connections
  • Knitting with Wire
  • Making Polymer Clay Beads
  • Marketing and Selling Your Handmade Jewelry O
  • Mastering Beadwork
  • Mixed Metals
  • Seed Bead Fusion O
  • Sculptural Metal Clay Jewelry
  • Simply Modern Jewelry
  • Stamped Metal Jewelry
  • Step-by-Step Jewelry Workshop O
  • Stringing Style 2
  • Stringing Style O
  • Totally Twisted
  • Wire Style O
  • Woven Wire Jewelry
  • The Workbench Guide to Jewelry Techniques
  • Zulu Inspired Beadwork

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New Titles Backlist Knitting Felting Crochet Spinning Dyeing Weaving Quilting/Mixed Media/Sewing Beading & Jewelry Index 25 36 38 40 42 42 45 50 60 1

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Knit Kimono Too
Vicki Square

Simple Designs to Mix, Match, and Layer
Paperback with DVD 8½ x 9 136 pages ISBN 978-1-59668-239-9 $26.95 December 2010

From the best-selling author of Knit Kimono comes new a speciality collection of kimono and Asian-inspired tops with simple shapes and unique details, accompanied by technique demonstrations on DVD. In Knit Kimono Too, best-selling author and knitwear designer Vicki Square returns to the simple, flattering shapes that made her work a hit with knitters. In more than 20 brand-new designs, Vicki collects kimonos and Asian-inspired designs and blends traditional inspiration with clothes that contemporary knitters can’t resist. She focuses on lighter weight knits for layering, plus unique stitch patterns, colorwork, and openwork designs. Beginning with an overview of design concepts and guidance for working with color, Knit Kimono Too offers garments that feature innovative shaping, interesting closures and edgings, and clever techniques. In addition to her signature kimono shape, the book includes Asianinspired tops, tunics, and vests; each with details that flatter all body types. To teach knitters the details and finishes, Knit Kimono Too includes clear photography and step-bystep instructions. On the included instructional DVD, Vicki demonstrates the special techniques and stitches that make her kimono-style garments so wearably elegant, including two-color slip stitch, surface embroidery, two-hand stranded knitting, garter-stitch short-rows, making bobbles in a contrasting color, attaching knitted cord, making origami folds, double knitting, and more. Projects include vests, coats, lightweight shells, short-sleeve tops, and a wide assortment of jackets featuring various weights of yarn. Knit Kimono Too features deceptively simple patterns that transform fabric with minimal shaping into stylish, polished-looking garments. Vicki Square is the author of Knit Kimono, Folk Bags, Folk Hats, and the best-selling The Knitter’s Companion. Vicki has taught knitting for more than ten years, as well as painting and drawing at Colorado State University. She lives in Fort Collins, Colorado.

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Vicki has taught knitting for more than ten years.95 A ls o AvA i l A b l e Now with an instructional DVD. this resource has everything you need for knitting with confidence. and increase stitches. Folk Bags. bind off. as well as detailed descriptions of each technique and photographs that show the finished look. Vicki Square is the author of Knit Kimono. illustrations. and definitions. seams. Innovative methods are also explored in The Knitter’s Companion Deluxe Edition with DVD. Vicki also shares with you in an extended DVD every technique featured in the book for a truly hands-on experience. plus favorite embellishments such as tassels. fringe. gauges. borders. The Knitter’s Companion Deluxe Edition is every knitter’s perfect reference guide! Chock-full of techniques. All the information knitters need is right at their fingertips with The Knitter’s Companion Deluxe Edition with DVD—an indispensable addition to any knitter’s bag of tricks. Vicki Square shares an abundance of detail on color knitting techniques.00 ! sold Previous ISBN: 978-1-59668-314-3 Available November 2010 ISBN 978-1-59668-314-3 $24. including additional ways to cast on. and more. Inside you’ll find an overview of stitches. Fearless Knitting Workbook page 28 Knit Fix page 31 2 Fall 2010 interweave.n ew t i t l es The Knitter’s Companion Deluxe Edition with DVD Vicki Square Hardcover with concealed wire-o with DVD 7x5 140 pages an More th pies 0 co 250. and buttonholes. and the best-selling The Knitter’s Companion. as well as painting and drawing at Colorado State University. knitting with beads. Folk Hats. She lives in Fort Collins. Colorado. Knit Kimono Too.com . joins.

and her line of New Zealand Merino lace yarn and patterns is distributed in the United States and throughout the world. Framed by an engaging narrative of learning to create knitted lace from scratch. A passion for knitting and later designing lace led Stove to explore techniques for spinning lace yarns. patterns. and traditions in depth. or even remake knitted lace heirlooms. and identifying the characteristics of lace traditions from around the world. Margaret Stove is a leading expert of handknitted superfine lace. Stove’s designs are the pinnacle of the craft. Wrapped in Lace highlights a significant part of Stove’s personal knitting journey: working with the legendary “wedding ring shawl. but among lace aficionados.com Fall 2010 3 .new ti tl es Wrapped in Lace Knitted Heirloom Designs from Around the World Margaret Stove Paperback 8½ x 9 144 pages ISBN 978-1-59668-227-6 $26. With Wrapped in Lace. spinning lace yarns. She teaches lace knitting and spinning for lace internationally. stole. Stove also teaches how to preserve. An expert on lace repair and conservation. then gives an original pattern for a lace shawl. Stove shares her story as a lifelong student of knitted lace. Examples of her work are found in many galleries and private collections throughout the world. or scarf.95 Available November 2010 A ls o AvA i l A b l e Designer Margaret Stove is best known as a spinner and creator of Artisan Lace Wool yarn. including designing patterns. restore. and lace motifs of New Zealand. The twelve original projects are characteristic of knitted lace from the Faroe Islands. Orenburg. as well as more contemporary European work.” a large knitted lace shawl so fine and delicate that it can be drawn through a wedding ring. Shetland Islands. Wrapped in Lace describes each set of lace techniques. Estonia. Knitted Lace of Estonia page 32 Traditional Knitted Lace Shawls page 36 interweave.

feminine. Vogue Knitting. and cherished signature style. or embellishment to demonstrate the range of looks possible. In 2005. Each of the four chapters in Knitting in the Details explores a different set of embellishment methods. acclaimed knitwear designer Louisa Harding shares even more unique and creative ways to add charming embellishments to knitted projects. offering clear illustrations and step-by-step instruction. quick-to-knit projects focused on how the tiniest of elements can bring big appeal. Louisa Harding has been designing knitwear professionally for more than seventeen years. The 24 patterns in Knitting in the Details showcase small. Knitting Little Luxuries page 33 Feminine Knits page 28 4 Fall 2010 interweave. encouraging knitters to add their own personality by customizing projects. Harding’s previous books include Knitting Little Luxuries and Natural Knits for Babies and Moms. from a beret with ribbon embroidery or a beaded scarf to a simple knitted vest with eyelets or tank top with appliqué hearts. Louisa’s approach highlights the boutique feel of each design. Her designs have appeared in Rowan Knitting Magazine. Many patterns also include variations using a different yarn. The additional design tips and ideas offered throughout the book provide fresh inspiration to create a unique piece of knitwear. distributed by Knitting Fever. edging. she launched a signature line of yarns and design collections in the United States and the United Kingdom.95 Available January 2011 Charming Designs to Knit and Embellish A ls o AvA i l A b l e Continuing the best-selling success of Knitting Little Luxuries. Knitting in the Details evokes romantic femininity and showcases how a project can be totally transformed by creative and well-placed embellishment. Filled with inspiring project photography from the coast of France.com .n ew t i t l es Knitting in the Details Louisa Harding Paperback 8½ x 9 136 pages ISBN 978-1-59668-256-6 $22. She has also worked as an in-house designer for Rowan Yarns and Jaeger Handknits. and Knitting Magazine. Each technique is then showcased in Louisa’s romantic.

the socks presented here blend regional knitting traditions with Stephanie’s unique design flair. These patterns draw inspiration from signature local textiles. Stephanie van der Linden is a knitwear designer based in Frankfurt. To help knitters achieve the elegant finishes showcased here. the thoughtful construction and attention to detail are signature elements of Stephanie’s work. Belgian lace. Germany. and Austrian twisted-stitch designs. including Estonian and Latvian braids.com Fall 2010 5 . Her designs have appeared on Socken-Kreativ-Liste (a German Yahoo group) and in Twist Collective and Anna Crafts magazines. and Scottish argyle tartan. knitting techniques and construction details. She is the author of six knitting books in German. Stephanie takes knitters on a journey through world cultures by foot. this is the first book of her designs to be published in English. They also give a nod to traditional knitting techniques. such as Turkish kilim carpets.new ti tl es Around the World in Knitted Socks 26 Inspired Designs Stephanie van der Linden Paperback 8½ x 9 144 pages ISBN 978-1-59668-230-6 $24. A ls o AvA i l A b l e Sock Innovation page 36 Favorite Socks page 28 interweave. a detailed glossary and accompanying photographs demonstrate the special techniques. American quilts. Norwegian stranded knitting. Though each pattern in Around the World in Knitted Socks draws on a different global inspiration. In Around the World in Knitted Socks. Using stitch motifs and colors. Japanese sashiko embroidery.95 Available September 2010 International sock knitting sensation Stephanie van der Linden shares an irresistible collection of twenty six original designs inspired by global knitting traditions. her first book of sock designs.

Now with Baby Blueprint Crochet. no scratchy yarns that make the baby red. Blueprint Crochet. The modern baby garment and accessory patterns in Baby Blueprint Crochet are designed to appeal to moms and kids as well as crocheters: no frilly stuff.com . She lives in Cincinnati. the projects are contemporary and bright.95 Available December 2010 A ls o AvA i l A b l e Robyn Chachula’s first book. including JCA Crafts. Catwalk Crochet.n ew t i t l es Baby Blueprint Crochet 25 Irresistible Projects for Little Ones Robyn Chachula Paperback with flaps 8½ x 9 136 pages ISBN 978-1-59668-201-6 $21. less daunting projects. and launder easily. Vogue on the Go: Crocheted Shawls. Crochet Me. Although written-out directions are more common to American readers. and Artful Yarns. introduced American readers to crochet stitch diagrams used by crocheters throughout the world. Robyn Chachula is the author of Blueprint Crochet and Mission Falls Goes Crochet. Robyn offers the opportunity to practice these new skills and techniques on smaller. including Interweave Presents Crochet Gifts. Blueprint Crochet page 38 Crochet So Fine page 38 6 Fall 2010 interweave. Instead. SWTC. Not Your Mamma’s Crochet. The twenty five projects include six girls’ garments. including a jacket and a vests. Once crocheters understand the symbols. diagrams are the standard in international crochet patterns. fun. and seven home items including blankets and toys. Mission Falls. fashionable. including Interweave Crochet and Crochet Today! She has appeared on Knit and Crochet Today and as a guest on Knitting Daily TV. Sensual Crochet. She has been published in a number of magazines. the diagrams are often easier to follow than written directions. demonstrated on contemporary designs for women. She has also designed for yarn companies. such as a jumper and tunic. and Stitch & Bitch: Men. six boys’ garments. useful. six accessories from hats to slippers and even diaper covers. Ohio. Robyn’s patterns have appeared in books. and no heirloom afghans to keep out of baby’s hands.

a process that gives beautiful and sometimes surprising results. Various techniques for coloring cloth are discussed in Eco Colour.com Fall 2010 7 . writer. an ecologically sustainable plant-based printing process giving brilliant color to cloth.new ti tl es Eco Colour India Flint Botanical Dyes for Beautiful Textiles Hardcover with belly band 87⁄8 x 105⁄8 240 pages ISBN 978-1-59668-330-3 $40.00 Available September 2010 Dyeing with plants is a kind of botanical alchemy. India describes only ecologically sustainable plant-dye methods using renewable resources and takes the path of doing the least possible harm to the dyer. and Germany. Flint has been working with plant dyes for more than twenty years. India Flint is a designer. and she has artwork in a myriad of collections and museums in Australia. A ls o AvA i l A b l e Art Cloth page 46 The Complete Guide to Natural Dyeing page 42 interweave. She currently lives in South Australia. An artistic dyer and colorist. It is also a gentle and ecologically sustainable alternative to synthetic dyes. the end user of the object. applied color. and methodologies for applying plant dyes. which are often harmful in themselves and in the processes used for their manufacture. she explores this fascinating and infinitely variable world of plant color. In India Flint’s Eco Colour. and interesting effects from plant prints to layered dye techniques. and the environment. Eco Colour inspires both the novice home dyer and textile professional seeking to extend their skills using India’s successful methods for achieving stunning color. from whole-dyed cloth. Her work has been greatly influenced by her extensive travels—from Melbourne to rural Austria to Montreal. artist. Latvia. directions for the distillation of nontoxic mordants. She is known for the development of the highly distinctive eco-print. Recipes include a number of entirely new processes developed by India as well as guidelines for plant collection. and sheep farmer.

Fashion designer and expert sewist Lynda Maynard tackles each professional technique with clear instructions in simple step-by-step stages. The Dressmaker’s Handbook of Couture Sewing Techniques takes the mystery out of the sewing and finishing techniques that many dressmakers assume are either extremely difficult or are only for professional fashion designers.com . Plus. and professional finishing touches.n ew t i t l es The Dressmaker’s Handbook of Couture Sewing Techniques Lynda Maynard Paperback 81⁄2 x 10 144 pages ISBN 978-1-59668-247-4 $26. She is known in the industry as a fit specialist and is the author of the audio book DeMystifying Fit. she teaches how to master finishing touches from textured stitches to couching and appliqué.A. armholes. Lynda Maynard has been designing and sewing clothes much of her life. Lynda also explains several seemingly difficult “secrets.” from making bindings and finishing for hems. refined looks. in textiles and clothing from San Jose State University and is an adjunct professor in the fashion design departments of two community colleges and a private design school in the San Francisco Bay area. and necklines to underpinnings and structuring techniques.95 Available September 2010 Essential Step-by-Step Techniques for Professional Results A ls o AvA i l A b l e Packed with professional techniques and tips. She has a B. The Dressmaker’s Handbook of Couture Sewing Techniques unlocks the door to stunning results with better shaping. Once these skills are understood. A complete guide to the fabrics suited to each technique and inspirational fashion photography are also included. sewists will embrace their dressmaking projects with more confidence and the ability to create chic. Sew Liberated page 48 49 Sensational Skirts page 48 8 Fall 2010 interweave. She also has a private clientele challenging her to develop innovative techniques to create a superior product. simpler construction methods.

Fiona’s couture sewing expertise and eye for fashion have allowed her to bring her range of gorgeous clothes to online retailers and in various stores and boutiques around the world.95 Available October 2010 An eclectic and unique collection of patterns and designs. including Wild West. and 1970s. especially when made up in Their Nibs’s delightful distinctive prints. and tips for mixing vintage pieces with new clothes. Love Me page 48 I Love Patchwork page 47 interweave. Sewn with Love showcases the work of Fiona Bell.-based children’s clothing shop and label. the sewing patterns each have easy-to-follow instructions. and Retro Cars. including Laura Ashley. England. a children’s shop and label with clothes. with full-size patterns on a CD-ROM. all produced in the distinctive signature prints and vintage style. Bell’s designs at Their Nibs are well-known for their contemporary retro styles and prints with a distinct influence from the 1950s. Bell’s beautiful.com Fall 2010 9 . styling ideas for children’s rooms.K. and Avoca. Fiona Bell is a former junior buyer at Topman and several major international department stores. Russian Doll. A ls o AvA i l A b l e Sew Me. John Lewis. She lives in London. Pirate. 1960s. Harrods. Butterflies and Carriages.new ti tl es Sewn with Love Fiona Bell Classic Patterns for Children’s Clothes and Accessories Paperback with flaps and CD 91⁄4 x 93⁄4 144 pages ISBN 978-1-59668-349-5 $26. playtime. including Mothercare. and bedtime). Fiona selected some of her favorite and best-selling pieces. the founder of Their Nibs. Fiona opened Their Nibs. whimsical designs appeal to children and adults alike. Bon Marche. and homeware. In addition to the projects are ideas for vintage games and toys. accessories. parties. For Sewn with Love. Mermaid. In 2003. from a boy’s classic shirt and playtime dungarees to a girl’s pretty party dress and sweet summer pajamas. Retro Planes. Vintage Fairy. The twenty five patterns in Sewn with Love will take sewists back to an era when mothers painstakingly made clothes and keepsakes for their children. Divided into four sections (babies. the U.

While the structure. glitter.com . and collage elements give crafters even more tools for bird-making magic. craft. Sew Me. Abigail offers an array of creative ideas to give each bird individual character and personality and an amazingly life like yet handcrafted appearance. personality-filled birds. Bird projects in The Artful Bird range from dignified owls to friendly wrens. Artist Abigail Patner Glassenberg. Paper. Through a set of step-by-step basic bird-making techniques and tips. embroidery. beautifully detailed. Ideas for inspired use of paint. selling them in galleries. Scissors. from an elegant flamingo to a swooping crow in flight. and stuffing process for each of the bird bodies is similar. and online. boutiques. and mixed-media craft techniques. artists and crafters will not only learn to make these fun projects. Her work also been featured in magazines. sewing. appealing creatures. presents nineteen incredibly creative projects. quirky. Abigail Patner Glassenberg has been making award-winning soft toys and soft sculptures since 2005. but also discover how to draft their own pattern for almost any bird—real or imagined. including Cloth.95 Available January 2011 Fanciful Feathered Friends to Make + Sew A ls o AvA i l A b l e Create your own aviary of charming. She has made more than 100 birds of every variety. as well as a gallery of birds from other noted fabric bird makers. She lives in Boston. and in sewing. celebrated for her charming.n ew t i t l es The Artful Bird Abigail Patner Glassenberg Paperback 81⁄2 x 9 144 pages ISBN 978-1-59668-238-2 $24. craft shows. Love Me page 48 Cloth Dolls for Textile Artists page 46 10 Fall 2010 interweave. one-of-a-kind fabric bird sculptures with basic machine. Careful instructions and how-to photographs for the entire process will help beginners and more advanced crafters build successful.and hand sewing. and soft-sculpture books. Massachusetts.

and teaches quilting and fabric dyeing in Japan and in Bali. From large bedsize quilts to smaller bags and pillows. Although the artistry and philosophy are evident in the project designs of Quilting Line and Color. The Victoria and Albert Museum. Quilters will learn to cut. Quilting Line and Color stands out as a contemporary and uncomplicated approach to making artistic quilts. and her work has been exhibited around the world. In nearly fifty quilt patterns. and the Spencer Museum of Art at The University of Kansas.com Fall 2010 11 . During her thirty years of artisanal quiltmaking. Yoshiko has authored multiple books. including Quilt Artistry. Her asymmetrical and graphic use of color takes on a fresh.95 Available February 2011 A ls o AvA i l A b l e Combining crafters’ enthusiasm for Japanese design with the modern quilt movement. New England Quilt Museum. quilters will learn to create innovative pieces while exploring new and traditional techniques. innovative uses of appliqué and reverse appliqué. Yoshiko explores the interplay of shape and fabric.new ti tl es Quilting Line and Color Yoshiko Jinzenji Techniques and Designs for Abstract Quilts Paperback 81⁄2 x 101⁄4 192 pages ISBN 978-1-59668-333-4 $28. In Quilting Line and Color. Yoshiko Jinzenji has been quilting for more than three decades and teaching for two. internationally known weaver. and handstitching. Art + Quilt page 45 Inspired to Quilt page 45 interweave. and fabric. layered transparent fabrics. shape. the emphasis is on teaching techniques through the projects. and stitch a variety of designs that include simple patchwork. Quilting Line and Color brings a fresh. fabric artist. with pieces in the permanent collection of the Museum of Art and Design. teacher. dyer. she has synthesized a wide range of cultural styles. piece. set off to striking effect with white fabric and stitching. stitching. accompanied by precise instructions and detailed illustrations. painterly feel. and quilter Yoshiko Jinzenji explores color. contemporary vision to the scene.

She is the author of Color Your Cloth. and Inspiration Malka Dubrawsky Paperback with flaps 8½ x 10¼ 160 pages ISBN 978-1-59668-235-1 $26. In addition to a successful Etsy shop and popular A Stitch in Dye blog. In addition to clear directions and step-by-step illustrations for machine-sewn patchwork and quilted projects. from basic piecing. Design. crisp. Baby!. and measuring methods to more advanced techniques such as inserting zippers into pillow backs and using bias binding to finish a quilt. Free Expression page 47 12 Fall 2010 interweave. and functional. and even a truly adorable fabric baby alphabet book that can also unfold into a crib bumper. and Pretty Little Mini Quilts. Malka shares how to adventurously and confidently mix colors and prints. contemporary. Malka contributes to Stitch. Texas. inspiring others to create their own designs as well. Sew Hip. and Quilting Arts magazines.95 Available December 2010 A ls o AvA i l A b l e I Love Patchwork page 47 For a generation of modern quilters. Pretty Little Pillows. all using author and quilt artist Malka Dubrawsky’s signature intoxicating colors and unexpected palettes.com . and stitchers are eagerly searching for projects that fit today’s DIY lifestyle. Malka Dubrawsky is a fiber artist whose work has been shown in juried exhibitions including Quilt National and Visions. an abundance of fun pillows and scarves. including Fiberarts: Design Book. Fresh Quilting presents twenty one projects that are fun. or bed-size. Quilts. Sweater Surgery. and playful irresistibility into each project. These beautiful and lively projects include modern quilts of baby-. Malka is based in Austin. flirty bags and cool coasters. wall-.n ew t i t l es Fresh Quilting Fearless Color. and her work has also appeared in books. sewing is a way to reconnect with the joy of crafting. Fresh Quilting includes a detailed section of techniques. She infuses a brilliant. cutting. Throughout Fresh Quilting.

plying. techniques. history. and invaluable information about your craft in The Intentional Spinner with DVD. and gently opinionated narrative. with a fun blend of technical knowledge.95 Previous ISBN: 978-1-59668-080-7 Available September 2010 A ls o AvA i l A b l e If you are interested in exploring the infinite possibilities of making your own yarns. Yarn making is approached in three fundamental areas: • Understanding Fibers: Compare the rich historic traditions of plant and animal fibers with the fascinating scientific advances in synthesizing fibers. She is the author of Teach Yourself Visually Handspinning and has contributed to a variety of industry publications.new ti tl es The Intentional Spinner with DVD A Holistic Approach to Making Yarn Judith MacKenzie McCuin Paperback with DVD 8½ x 9 152 Pages ISBN 978-1-59668-360-0 $29. The enclosed DVD features detailed information on yarn diameter. and finish the processes. The projects explain how to choose material. and Spin-Off. PieceWork. She lives in Forks. understanding. Respect the Spindle page 40 Spin Control page 41 interweave. from sturdy plied yarns to playful novelty yarns. The Intentional Spinner with DVD is a compendium of spinning wisdom. and finishing. The Intentional Spinner with DVD includes four projects that demonstrate how handspun can be used in weaving and knitting. • Practical Uses: Learn how to make yarns that precisely match your needs with decision making and planning to create the exact project you want from the beginning. • Managing Yarn Structure: Step-by-step instructions and photographs demonstrate the range of possibilities in yarn. veteran spinner and teacher Judith MacKenzie McCuin offers insight. Judith MacKenzie McCuin is a textile artist with more than twenty years of experience. Interweave Knits. The Intentional Spinner with DVD is a must-have reference for every spinner.com Fall 2010 13 . including Handwoven. Blending technical expertise and fascinating lore. novelty yarn structures. Washington. tips.

Cas explores this practice. Textile artist Cas Holmes is renowned for her use of “the found” and her many-layered. and how to conceive and build a piece around the found object. Kent. PHOTO BY CHRIS SMART Art Cloth page 46 Cas Holmes is one of the United Kingdom’s most renowned textile artists. both for decoration and to imbue their work with meaning. She exhibits widely and runs courses at West Dean College. The Surface Designer’s Handbook page 49 14 Fall 2010 interweave. Cas lives in Maidstone. In The Found Object in Textile Art. and recently the practice has become even more popular.com . She discusses the range of found objects—from natural materials like driftwood to manufactured pieces of machinery and even mundane objects like a CD case—and how they can be used to create stunning pieces and lend deep meaning to a work. She has written for magazines including The Quilter and has contributed to Workshop on the Web. It also showcases how to combine mixed-media and fiber art techniques to create art with meaningful narrative qualities.95 Available September 2010 A ls o AvA i l A b l e Textile artists have always used found objects. The Found Object in Textile Art contains a wealth of techniques and inspiration for incorporating found objects into textile work. how it differs from recycling. atmospheric pieces have been shown around the world.n ew t i t l es The Found Object in Textile Art Cas Holmes Paperback 8½ x 10 7⁄8 128 pages ISBN 978-1-59668-332-7 $26.

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Drawn to Stitch
Gwen Hedley

Line, Drawing, and Mark-Making in Textile Art

Paperback 8½ x 10 7⁄8 144 pages ISBN 978-1-59668-233-7 $29.95 Available September 2010

Line is an essential component of all textile art and surface embellishment. When used effectively line and mark making convey texture, tone, form, movement, and mood. Artist-teacher Gwen Hedley’s Drawn to Stitch is a practical guide to the uses of line in embroidery and textile art, presented as a series of exercises designed to explore line’s potential and develop an artist’s creativity. This helpful resource covers line- and mark making tools, materials, and processes, including printing and mixed-media techniques. Hedley then moves into stitch, explaining how to interpret different line qualities from crisp and sharp to soft and diffused, from raised and overlaid to recessed and inlaid. Full of inspiring ideas, Drawn to Stitch is illustrated with stunning examples and a gallery of stitched-textile work from leading artists. Gwen Hedley is an author, teacher, and embroiderer who exhibits widely. She is a member of the Society of Designer-Craftsmen and the Practical Study Group. She is the author of the best-selling book Surfaces for Stitch. Gwen lives in Chalfont St. Peter, Buckinghamshire.

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The Jewelry Architect
Kate McKinnon
Paperback with DVD 8½ x 9 144 pages ISBN 978-1-59668-176-7 $26.95 Available November 2010

Techniques and Projects for Mixed-Media Jewelry

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Beautiful color photographs and clearly written instructions give jewelry artists the building blocks to combine wirework, metal clay, beadwork, and traditional metalsmithing to create one-of-a-kind art pieces to wear in The Jewelry Architect. Innovative artist Kate McKinnon takes you on a creative journey of techniques and projects as she uses a variety of materials and tools to create art galleryquality bracelets, necklaces, and rings. In The Jewelry Architect, you will learn how to merge techniques to form sixteen uniquely designed projects. In addition, Kate shows in The Jewelry Architect how to manufacture a variety of components such as clasps, hooks, earring findings, and ring bases that can be used in any number of jewelry designs. Plus, an instructional DVD demystifies key techniques and offers extra design inspiration. The Jewelry Architect is imbued with Kate’s signature style, an earthy mélange of metal, beads, and fibers. She also shares tips on the best ways reinforce beadwork, bind edges, string components, form metal clay ring bands, fuse rings, create head pins, and so much more. With The Jewelry Architect, jewelry artists will get a flavor for how mixed techniques and media can combine beautifully into one-of-a-kind personal embellishments. Kate McKinnon is a mixed-media jewelry artist whose work focuses on the engineering of how elements work together, connect, and grow into finished pieces of jewelry. She won the prestigious Rio Grande Saul Bell award in 2003 for her innovative design with the product and has taught and lectured internationally. Kate lives and works in Tucson, Arizona.

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Weave, Wrap, Coil
Creating Artisan Wire Jewelry
Jodi Bombardier
Paperback 8½ x 9 128 pages ISBN 978-1-59668-200-9 $22.95 Available December 2010

Wire jewelry enthusiasts are always looking for innovative ways to manipulate wire. Weave, Wrap, Coil showcases a variety of techniques including weaving, coiling, wrapping, texturing, forging, and filing and offers way to create truly amazing combinations. Emphasizing wire weaving as the signature technique and using both silver and copper wire, Weave, Wrap, Coil also offers contemporary projects that will appeal to new and experienced wireworkers alike. In Weave, Wrap, Coil, jewelry artists will first learn basic techniques as well as beginning cold metalwork tips, including an overview of the properties and gauges of sterling silver and copper wires. Featured next are 25 projects in step-by-step photography and illustrations. Ranging from bracelets, necklaces, pendants, cuffs and rings, the projects use a variety of materials, including beads, wire and stones. Each project is also grouped by level of difficulty, with each level utilizing three to four of the important techniques. Jodi Bombardier is a self-taught jewelry designer who discovered wire wrapping in 2005. She is a regular contributor to Step by Step Wire Jewelry, and she sells her jewelry in boutiques throughout Arizona and Utah. Bombardier is a small business owner of Jewels By Jules, a unique handcrafted jewelry line. Both her website, Jewels-By-Jules.com, and her blog, Online-Wire-Wrapping-Instructions.com, offer tutorials. Jodi lives in Tucson, Arizona.

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and Richard Salley. the author of the best-selling Bead on a Wire. Eugenia Chan. Dale “Cougar” Armstrong. and creating unique wire components. The Stamp Artist’s Project Book and the best-selling Bead on a Wire and has been published in many jewelry magazines. With Sharilyn Miller.95 Previous ISBN: 978-1-59668-143-9 Available October 2010 A ls o AvA i l A b l e Copper jewelry offers jewelry makers an inexpensive yet stylish alternative to silver. you’ll discover the exquisiteness of copper and how to create one-of-a-kind designs with this exciting material. An enclosed DVD with Sharilyn covers all the basic wireworking techniques to offer a solid foundation for creating the projects in Contemporary Copper Jewelry with DVD. She was the editor of Somerset Studio and the launch editor for Belle Armoire and Art Doll Quarterly. With this handy resource. Then. it features seventeen projects in step-by-step photography from a collection of top jewelry artists. California.com . and very accessible. you can learn how to create beautifully designed and affordable pieces. Sharilyn lives in the mountains of Idyllwild. from bracelets and necklaces to earrings and pins. Contemporary Copper Jewelry with DVD features an extensive technique section that includes distressing copper. Mixed Metals page 58 Chain Style page 54 18 Fall 2010 interweave. The material is attractive. simple metalwork. cold joins.n ew t i t l es Contemporary Copper Jewelry with DVD Step-by-Step Techniques and Projects Sharilyn Miller Paperback with DVD 8½ x 10¼ 128 pages ISBN 978-1-59668-289-4 $26. easy to work with. Sharilyn Miller has published four books including Stamp. including Rachel Nelson-Smith.

In the eighteen projects included. The Crafts Report. and a former metalworker who has been published in Art Jewelry. pendants. a workshop teacher. and Wire Artist Jeweler. Dale lives in Riceville. Plus. you’ll discover how to work with half-hard wire. Dale “Cougar” Armstrong showcases her classic jewelry style and shows how to create beautiful custom bracelets. Totally Twisted page 59 Jewelry Studio: Wire Wrapping page 57 interweave.com Fall 2010 19 . Bead Unique. and rings. plus mixing wire gauges and tempers to create stable yet creative pieces. Jewelry artists will learn how to wire-wrap using faceted stones. as well as Dale’s favorite tools and proper tool usage. Dale “Cougar” Armstrong is a wire jewelry maker. you’ll get comprehensive instructions about: • using geometry in wire-jewelry formulations • making the correct right angles • shaping with and without mandrels • using found items for shaping • when and how to use snap-set components • choosing the right cabochons and gemstones You’ll find all the basic techniques discussed in Wirework with DVD on an included DVD. earrings. how to create pendants with any size or shape of faceted stone.new ti tl es Wirework with DVD Dale “Cougar” Armstrong An Illustrated Guide to the Art of Wire Wrapping Paperback with DVD 8½ x 9 128 pages ISBN 978-1-59668-290-0 $26. Step by Step Wire. how to use several methods for working with and setting faceted stones. Tennessee. giving you a solid base for creating the projects in the book. Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist. when to use other tempers and why. necklaces.95 Previous ISBN: 978-1-59668-088-3 Available November 2010 A ls o AvA i l A b l e Wirework with DVD is a step-by-step guide for the intermediate artist seeking new design possibilities combined with solid technique instruction. Fire Mountain Gems.

24 Fall 2010 interweave. including the Gold and Siler-gilt Linley for work of educational interest. It contains work from every assignment she undertook. She holds thirteen RHS medals. and other tutors. In 2006. She is author of The Art of Botanical Painting and The Botanical Palette. Packed with practical advice on all aspects of botanical painting in watercolor.com . and intricate botanical studies. Margaret Stevens is the president of the Society of Botanical Artists and course director of the Distance Learning Diploma course. regularly sending her work to the United Kingdom to be assessed by Margaret Stevens. from her first faltering attempts at drawing a tulip to the triumphant paintings she made for her diploma portfolio. president of the Society of Botanical Artists. Mary Ann Scott received a Diploma with Distinction on the Distance Learning Course run by the Society of Botanical Artists and became a full member in 2009. including delicate floral compositions. told through the outstanding sketchbooks and paintings she produced for the Distance Learning Diploma Course run by the Society of Botanical Artists. this spectacular title includes first hand accounts of the joys and challenges she faced as she progressed through the course.n ew t i t l es Botanical Sketchbook Mary Ann Scott with Margaret Stevens Hardcover 8 1⁄2 x 10 7⁄8 126 pages ISBN 978-1-59668-232-0 $24. this remarkable book is a guide and inspiration to anyone wanting to pick up a paintbrush and embark on life as a botanical artist. In addition to showcasing Mary Ann’s work. Botanical Sketchbook is beautifully illustrated with exquisite examples of the artist’s work.95 September 2010 Botanical Sketchbook is the story of one woman’s journey from enthusiastic amateur painter to supremely accomplished botanical artist. Mary Ann Scott joined the newly created course and began painting in her home in northern Italy. As the months went on it became apparent that her talent was exceptional. ripe and juicy fruit and vegetables.

Paperback. a delicate triangular shawl based on traditional Estonian lace patterns. 128 pages 100 photographs. Gloves. Including Sweaters.com O =bestseller in category Fall 2010 25 . and Carry-alls to Knit and Crochet Pam Allen and Ann Budd These selected signature bag designs by top knitwear designers are sure to be a hit with beginner and experienced knitters alike. 30 charts. Paperback. 152 pages 50 color photographs. Totes. 24 diagrams ISBN 978-1-931499-91-0 $21. 10 charts ISBN 978-1-59668-043-2 $21. 30 illustrations. 25 illustrations ISBN 978-1-59668-028-9 $24. 10 charts ISBN 978-1-931499-54-5 $21. Hats. 22 Inspirational Handbags.95 Folk Style Innovative Designs to Knit. shawls. 8½ x 9. Scarves. Instead. 160 pages 100 photographs.95 Wrap Style Innovative to Traditional. Paperback. there’s a designer’s notebook section included to help you create your own wrap. Patterns from accomplished designers range from scarves. 8½ x 9. 30 illustrations.95 Lace Style O Traditional to Innovative. 160 pages 120 color photographs. 30 charts ISBN 978-1-59668-090-6 $24. and more.95 Innovative to Traditional.k ni tti ng bac k l i st Style Series Bag Style Innovative to Traditional. and a deconstructed striped scarf held together with brightly colored bobbles. 8½ x 9. 30 illustrations. 8½ x 9. 21 Inspired Designs to Knit Pam Allen and Ann Budd Whether you’re an experienced knitter looking for inspiration or a beginner trying lace knitting for the first time. 136 pages 100 photographs. 24 Inspirational Shawls. Paperback. From simple stripes to Fair Isle. 30 color illustrations. Paperback. Plus. sweaters. Paperback. and More Mags Kandis This pattern collection is steeped in fabulous ethnic influence. 8½ x 9. and Capelets to Knit and Crochet Pam Allen and Ann Budd Wrap Style is an inspired collection of classic and contemporary wraps in a host of different techniques from eighteen famous knitwear designers. 31 Inspirational Styles to Knit and Crochet Pam Allen Expand what your idea of a scarf can be! Designs include a timeless scarf that uses cables and stitch patterns. Paperback. 8½ x 9. 160 pages 100 photographs. a collection of nineteen contemporary garments by top knitwear designers that celebrate stunning results without the intricate techniques. hats. 144 pages 100 photographs. 8½ x 9.95 Color Style Innovative to Traditional. dresses. knit simple. 25 illustrations. beautiful designs with interesting details and silhouettes with Simple Style. Each design is a reinterpretation of ethnic and global influences as seen by the designer and approached with a fresh style. 30 charts ISBN 978-1-59668-020-3 $24. Lace Style has everything you need to knit lace with confidence.95 interweave. 50 illustrations. Color Style features classic and innovative use of traditional color techniques by top knitwear designers. Ponchos. 17 Inspired Designs to Knit Pam Allen and Ann Budd Achieve colorful effects in your knitting.95 Scarf Style O Simple Style 19 Innovative to Traditional Designs with Simple Knitting Techniques Ann Budd Take a break from knitting fussy garments with complicated techniques. 28 charts ISBN 978-1-59668-062-3 $24.

272 pages 272 photographs.95 The Harmony Guides: Knit & Purl O 250 Stitches to Knit Edited by Erika Knight This collection of classic and contemporary stitch patterns will elevate your knitted projects to new heights. 144 pages The Harmony Guides: Crochet Edgings & Trims Edited by Kate Haxell Crochet Edgings and Trims is the go-to resource for all crocheters to add a personal touch to their designs. 51⁄4 x 61⁄2. 8 ⁄2 x 8 ⁄2. 81⁄2 x 81⁄2. With Knit Edgings and Trims. Lace & Eyelets. Flexibound. 276 pages 272 photographs. 81⁄2 x 81⁄2. Box with flash cards. 276 pages 272 photographs. design your own scarf with a unique stitch edging for original style. Each card features a stitch design on the front side and concise easyto-follow instructions on the back. 81⁄2 x 81⁄2. 50 illustrations ISBN 978-1-59668-056-2 $22. design tips.k n i t t i n g backlis t Harmony Guides The Harmony Guides: Cables & Arans 250 Stitches to Knit Edited by Erika Knight Along with color and silhouette. 50 illustrations ISBN 978-1-59668-058-6 $22. 81⁄2 x 81⁄2.com . 101 cards with 8-page booklet 101 photographs ISBN 978-1-59668-100-2 $19.95 The Harmony Guides: Lace & Eyelets O 250 Stitches to Knit Edited by Erika Knight Lace & Eyelets can lend a hint of sophistication to any knitted project. Flexibound. Flexibound. 276 pages 250 photographs ISBN 978-1-59668-147-7 $22. 81⁄2 x 81⁄2.95 ISBN 978-1-59668-173-6 $19. 144 pages The Harmony Guides: 101 Stitches to Knit The Harmony Guides: 101 Stitches to Crochet page 39 Whether creating a highly textured lace scarf or revamping a basic sweater silhouette with a new stitch pattern. and motifs to keep knitters constantly inspired. texture plays a vital role in the interest of a design. and Cables & Arans—and makes organization a breeze.95 The Harmony Guides: Basic Crochet Stitches page 39 ISBN 978-1-59668-172-9 $19. 50 illustrations ISBN 978-1-59668-057-9 $22. knitters have an abundance of edgings to choose from. Whether you’re looking for a highly textured lace edge or to revamp a basic sweater silhouette with a unique edging. plus design tips featured throughout.95 A ls o AvA i l A b l e The Harmony Guides: Knit Edgings & Trims Edited by Kate Haxell One of the greatest challenges a knitter can face is finding the perfect edging or finishing for a project. Cables & Arans offers endless inspiration. A color-coded system divides the cards into themes—Knit & Purl. Flexibound.95 The Harmony Guides: Crochet Stitch Motifs page 39 26 Fall 2010 O =bestseller in category interweave. you’ll find all the inspiration you need. Or. including some never-before-seen edgings new to the updated Harmony Guides. Finish your log cabin afghan with a modern textured edging. designs. Flexibound.95 1 1 The Harmony Guides: Colorwork Stitches 250 Designs to Knit Edited by Sharon Brant Colorwork Stitches showcases a jam-packed collection of 250 classic and contemporary colorwork stitch patterns. Pick a lace edging for a feminine cardigan. Knit Edgings and Trims is the perfect portable one-stop source for stitch inspiration. From a basic seed stitch to a fanciful ladder pattern. and the handy size is excellent for the knitter’s tote. Flexibound. regardless of skill level. 101 Stitches to Knit is the perfect portable one-stop source for stitch inspiration. This all-inone stitch guide will give you hundreds of ideas to choose from.

com O =bestseller in category Fall 2010 27 . who brilliantly combines ethnic knitting traditions and a clean. 20 illustrations ISBN 978-1-59668-073-9 $21. this inventive method provides color and pattern intrigue for sweaters. Paperback. 8½ x 9. foreword by Pam Allen O Boutique Knits O 20+ Must-Have Accessories Laura Irwin Make knockout. Swartz Dogs in Knits features sweaters and blankets for our faithful friends by expert designer Judith Swartz. 3 charts ISBN 978-1-931499-11-8 $16. author Ann Feitelson has visited the Shetland Islands often and brings Fair Isle knitting to life.95 Classic Knits: Marianne Isager Collection Marianne Isager Classic Knits features twenty five traditional. stylish patterns combines knitting and non-knitting techniques to transform craft into couture.95 The Best of Interweave Knits Our Favorite Designs from the First Ten Years Ann Budd. trendsetting accessories that stand out from the crowd with Boutique Knits: the “it” handbag. afghans. each with a distinctive design element. This collection of modern. Color & Patterns Ann Feitelson An art historian and practicing fiber artist. 96 pages 48 color photographs. Called “domino knitting” because of its modular nature. Paperback. 144 pages 70 photographs.95 Domino Knitting Vivian Høxbro It’s deceptively simple and simply dynamic. or an unusual form of construction. plus great articles to refer to again and again. Paperback. 8½ x 11. 60 illustrations ISBN 978-1-59668-115-6 $24. 49 line drawings. 6 x 7½. 184 pages 60 photographs. be it an interesting combination of yarns. modern sensibility to create sweaters that dogs can “wear with dignity. 30 illustrations. charts.95 interweave. appealing projects worked in basic knit and purl stitch patterns. a clever use of stitch pattern. Paperback. the hat that makes heads turn. 30 charts ISBN 978-1-59668-033-3 $24. 8½ x 9. and illustrations ISBN 978-1-931499-05-7 $18. Technique. 81⁄2 x 101⁄4. 8½ x 9.95 Dogs in Knits 17 Projects for Our Best Friends Judith L.95 These favorite projects represent the creative work of more than twenty notable designers from the first decade of Interweave Knits. 184 pages ISBN 978-1-59668-138-5 $24.” Paperback. the incredible scarf. 160 pages 100 photographs. 96 pages 17 color photographs. Paperback. and projects of all kinds.k ni tti ng bac k l i st The Art of Fair Isle Knitting History.

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65 color photographs 5 charts. Paperback. 144 pages 200 photographs. 8½ x 9. Paperback. closures. colors. 144 pages ISBN 978-1-59668-174-3 $26. and inspiration. 8½ x 9. make eye-catching beads. and textured effects.95 Stamped Metal Jewelry Creative Techniques & Designs for Making Custom Jewelry Lisa Niven Kelly Nineteen projects cover a variety of techniques and designs for personalizing your metal jewelry designs with words. merge. 25 illustrations ISBN 978-1-59668-156-9 $24. rings. Paperback. textures. necklaces. 150 photographs ISBN 978-1-59668-048-7 $21.95 58 Fall 2010 O =bestseller in category interweave. 240 pages. 8½ x 9. earrings. bracelets. wire wrapping. Paperback. and base metals. and mix materials. Seed Bead Fusion is all about the inventive fusion of materials. and knotting for knockout results. using simple techniques such as stringing. 81⁄2 x 101⁄4. 3-D forms. you’ll learn to create practical beaded projects such as bracelets. tools. 7 x 91⁄4. techniques. Full of detailed techniques for creating a variety of components. findings. Brass. inspiration. Gold.b ea d i n g & je we lr y backlis t Making Polymer Clay Beads O Marketing and Selling Your Handmade Jewelry O The Complete Guide to Turning Your Passion into Profit Viki Lareau Provides the practical advice and encouragement to sell your beadwork right and to do it with flair.95 Sculptural Metal Clay Jewelry Seed Bead Fusion Techniques + Explorations Kate McKinnon Learn the art of metal clay from master teacher and jewelry artist. and String Rachel Nelson-Smith This fresh design approach to seed-bead jewelry teaches readers how to fuse. including silver. and creative designs. Copper. beaded beads. This is the quick and easy guide to making fashionable necklaces. 8½ x 9. 112 pages 110 photographs. equipment. Kate McKinnon. Wire.95 Mixed Metals Step-by-Step Techniques for Creating Beautiful Ornamental Beads Carol Blackburn This beginner’s guide introduces materials. and design ideas with a contemporary edge. Paperback with flaps + DVD. 20 illustrations ISBN 978-1-59668-092-0 $22. and assemble them into beautiful jewelry. attachments.95 Mastering Beadwork A Comprehensive Guide to Off-Loom Techniques Carol Huber Cypher This ultimate beading resource is a workshop in a book! Covering sixteen basic off-loom beading techniques.95 O Simply Modern Jewelry Designs from the editor of Stringing magazine Danielle Fox Learn to create simple yet unforgettable accessories for the modern crafter. 120 pages. findings. chains and findings. This book offers jewelry artists both the techniques and design inspiration needed to create gallery-level jewelry that is truly art to wear. Hardcover with concealed wire-o. Twelve projects plus instructional DVD. and 40 illustrations ISBN 978-1-59668-024-1 $21.95 18 Projects to Stitch. Learn to produce fabulous faux effects. and more as you progressively strengthen your skills. Paperback. 136 pages ISBN 978-1-59668-177-4 $24. which creates eye-catching seedbead jewelry. 83⁄4 x 83⁄4 128 pages 500 photographs ISBN 978-1-59668-019-7 $24. settings. and More Danielle Fox and Melinda Barta Create thirty unique projects featuring a variety of metal beads. gold. 6 x 9. charms. techniques. 96 pages 40 photographs.com . Paperback with DVD. and techniques for creating fabulous beads in polymer clay. and earrings that express personal style. 200+ illustrations ISBN 978-1-59668-013-5 $24.95 Creating Contemporary Jewelry with Silver.

and you don’t have to hunt all over for inspiring designs. 144 pages 410 color photographs ISBN 978-1-931499-57-6 $21.95 Stringing Style O Stringing Style 2 50 More Designs for Beaded Jewelry Jean Campbell Following in the footsteps of Stringing Style. 20 illustrations ISBN 978-1-59668-034-0 $24. 128 pages 100 photographs. and technical data in one volume. filing.95 The Workbench Guide to Jewelry Techniques Anastasia Young This comprehensive workshop reference for jewelers brings together a vast range of skills. Netted diamond earrings. 8½ x 9. plus Stringing 101. 8½ x 9. All of the techniques demonstrated are illustrated with photographs of remarkable cutting-edge jewelry pieces by jewelry designers and makers from around the world. 320 pages ISBN 978-1-59668-169-9 $34. 96 pages 60 photographs. piercing. and necklaces. 96 pages 60 photographs. 128 pages. forging.95 Wire Style O 50 Unique Jewelry Designs Denise Peck From the editor of Step by Step Wire Jewelry magazine comes a collection of fifty contemporary. You’ll find twelve never-before-seen projects. and Metal Jewelry Nicola Hurst This multi-technique guide for the novice jewelry maker covers a range of all the basics needed to get started creating great designs: transferring designs to metal. 8½ x 10. Paperback.95 interweave. pickling. bracelets. 8½ x 9.95 Zulu Inspired Beadwork Weaving Techniques and Projects Diane Fitzgerald These twenty five stunning projects are inspired by the author’s trips to South Africa. Paperback. plus cleaning your jewelry for that finishing touch. a netted triangle and swag bracelet. sawing. Hardcover. and earrings from Stringing in this stunning collection for any beader or jewelry maker. 1 chart. 3 charts ISBN 978-1-59668-070-8 $19. We’ve collected the most gorgeous ideas for you from Stringing magazine and compiled them in Stringing Style. necklaces. as well as how to use wire and make stone settings. providing an essential look-it-up resource for both students and professionals. Paperback.com O =bestseller in category Fall 2010 59 . Paperback.95 Innovative Wirework + Art Glass Jewelry Kerry Bogert Wire and lampwork artist Kerry Bogert creates her signature colorful wire jewelry by combining sterling silver and colored wire with glass beads to add a pop of color in designs from elegant to whimsical. soldering. techniques. and absolutely wearable designs for bracelets. Project instructions are shown with stepby-step photographs and range from difficult to easy. and pendants handpicked from a collection of top jewelry designers. Paperback. Accompanying the twenty designs for earrings. most can be completed without soldering. 8½ x 11.95 Totally Twisted 50+ Fresh Bead Designs for Jewelry Jamie Hogsett You don’t have to be a designer to make beautiful jewelry. a complete refresher course on stringing. 8 1⁄2 x 10 1⁄4. we’ve gathered proven designs for one-ofa-kind bracelets. Wirework. Totally Twisted includes wirework tips and tricks to make wirework easier and more successful. Paperback. 8½ x 10 1⁄4. stylish. and a Zulu wedding necklace are accompanied by photos of the object that inspired the piece. 40 illustrations ISBN 978-1-931499-96-5 $16. 144 pages ISBN 978-1-59668-168-2 $22. 120 pages 150 photographs. 12 illustrations ISBN 978-1-59668-036-4 $18. 350 photographs ISBN 978-1-59668-060-9 $24. Paperback.95 Woven Wire Jewelry Contemporary Designs and Creative Techniques Linda Chandler and Christine Ritchey Learn to weave silver or gold wire using these exciting techniques to create designer-quality bracelets and chokers.beadi ng & j ewel r y bac k l i st Step-by-Step Jewelry Workshop O Simple Techniques for Soldering. earrings. plus step-bystep instructions. 8½ x 10 1⁄4. necklaces.

Stephanie Bush. Mark Lareau. Laura Guy. Meg McEneely. 22. 39. Cheryl Prato. Distort with Machine Embroidery Stitchy Kitty Fuzzy Puppy Stringing Style 2 Stringing Style The Surface Designer’s Handbook Time to Weave Totally Twisted Traditional Knitted Lace Shawls The Twisted Sisters Knit Sweaters Twisted Sisters Sock Workbook Weave. Nancy Buchanan. Heather Brackmann. Vicki Stevens. Monika Singer. Liz Glassenberg.com . Dissolve. Alison Cypher. Rosemary Hogsett. Cas Høxbro. Dorit Ellis. Michele Rose Otsuka. 59 49 14 31. 39 48 54 59 60 Fall 2010 interweave. 39 31 35 58 42 30 54 45 41 26. Loop or Weave 200 Crochet Blocks for Blankets. 30. Denise Perkins. Deborah Chandler. Coil A Weaver’s Book of 8-Shaft Patterns The Weaver’s Companion The Weaver’s Idea Book The Weaver’s Studio: Doubleweave The Weaver’s Studio: Woven Shibori Weaving in the Peruvian Highlands Weaving Made Easy Weldon’s Practical Needlebook. 53. Amy Knight. Jane 50 25. Jan Eklow. Melanie Feitelson. Anne Miller. 33 50 29. 31. Carol Blessing. Volume 10 Weldon’s Practical Needlebook. 31. Volume 9 Weldon’s Practical Needlebook. Betty Linn Dean. Marlene Bogert. David 33 43 25. 28. Kate Meany. Malka Dunnewold. Deborah Carey. 58 42 52 Dickerson. Robbie Joy Elisha. Heather Holmes. Jane Epstein. Jacqui Casey. Alison Wiseman. Ayako Pace. Barbara Alderman. Julie Maynard. Nicky Falick. 36 35 59 41 27 20. Crane. Anna Radford. Candace Crowther-Smith. 34 27. Jane Fournier. 41 47 36 50 38. 47 15 55 54. Lynne Wasinger. Tiana Blackburn. Galina Kim. Melanie Thornton. North Taylor. Ann Fitzgerald. Nilda Callañaupa American Artist Amos. Marianne Jinzenji. 39 26 26 26 56 39 Hip to Knit How We Felt I Love Patchwork In Sheep’s Clothing Inca Knits Inspired to Knit Inspired to Quilt The Intentional Spinner with DVD Interweave Presents Crocheted Gifts Interweave Presents Knitted Gifts Interweave’s Compendium of Finishing Techniques It Itches Japanese Inspired Knits The Jewelry Architect Jewelry Studio: Silver Wire Fusing Jewelry Studio: Wire Wrapping Knit Fix Knit Kimono Knit Kimono Too Knit So Fine Knit to Be Square Knitted Babes Knitted Jackets Knitted Lace of Estonia The Knitter’s Companion Deluxe Edition with DVD The Knitter’s Handy Book of Patterns The Knitter’s Handy Book of Sweater Patterns Knitter’s Stash Knitting Green Knitting Little Luxuries Knitting in the Details Knitting on the Road Knitting Out of Africa Knitting Socks with Handpainted Yarn Knitting Vintage Socks Knitting with Wire Knitwear Design Workshop Lace Style Learning to Weave Making Colorful Wire & Beaded Jewelry Making Connections Making Polymer Clay Beads Marketing and Selling Your Handmade Jewelry Mastering Beadwork Mastering Weave Structures Men in Knits Mixed Mania Mixed Media Explorations Mixed Metals Mixed-Media Self-Portraits Natural Knits for Babies and Moms Navajo Weaving Way New England Knits The New Stranded Colorwork Nicky Epstein’s Knitted Embellishments No Sheep for You Northern Knits One Skein Poems of Color Power Cables Printmaking + Mixed Media The Quilting Arts Book Quilting Line and Color Rag Rug Handbook 30 37 47 40 30 30 45 13 39 31 30 31 31 16 57 57 31 31 1 32 31 32 32 32 2 32 32 33 33 33 4 33 33 34 34 57 34 25 43 57 57 58 58 58 43 34 47 48 58 48 34 43 34 35 35 35 35 35 35 36 48 45 11 43 Respect the Spindle Scarf Style Sculptural Metal Clay Seed Bead Fusion Sew Liberated Sew Me. and Afghans 49 Sensational Skirts Alden Amos Big Book of Handspinning All New Homespun Handknit All Wired Up American Artist Guide to Acrylic Painting American Artist Guide to Drawing American Artist Guide to Oil Painting American Artist Guide to Watercolor Painting Ancient Modern Around the World in Knitted Socks Art + Quilt Art Cloth The Art of Fair Isle Knitting The Artful Bird Baby Blueprint Crochet Bag Style Bags with Paper and Stitch The Bead Directory Bead Romantique Beaded Cords. Straps & Fringe Beaded Embellishment Beaded Garden. Lisa Keele. Anastasia 50. Margaret Strickler. Laura Lewandowski. Volume 6 Weldon’s Practical Needlebook. 41 38. Kelli Pfaff. 27 44 21. Yuka Kuei. Kerry Bolton. Lynda McCuin. Jane Durant. Cheryl Okey. 32. 38 43 59 36. Amy R. 41 59 28 24 55 28 55 47 38 38 35 46 1.Fall 2010 Catalog Index by Title 100 Beaded Jewelry Designs 101 Wire Earrings 200 Braids to Twist. Judith Eaton. Amy Clarke Moore. Jeannette Cookie A. Slater. Stephanie Shinn. Lee Ritchey. Symeon. Margaret Stove. Valerie Cannarella. Ray Square. Lyric King. Vivian Huff. Donatella Clarke. Throws. Erika Koshizen. Holly Brant. Erika Simmons. Louisa Haxell.59 7 40 40 58 40 36 32 45 10 55 49 28 32 35 31 46 46 44 4. Lucinda Habit. Sharilyn Moore. 33 11 Kan. Fiona Bennett. Lisa Niven Kendall.58 9 43 43 58 54 59 45 17 37 49 26 45 38 42 25. 29. Carol Huber Davenport. Jamie Holland-Daly. Vicki Star. Deb Merrick. Jennifer Myers. Shirley Patrick. 27. Catherine Emerson. 30. Nancy Campbell. Love Me Sewn with Love Shadow Knitting Shibori Knitted Felt Simple Style Simply Felt Simply Modern Jewelry Simply Needlefelt Sock Innovation Spin Control Spin to Knit The Spinner’s Companion Spin It Stamped Metal Jewelry Start Spinning Step-by-Step Jewelry Workshop Stitch Alchemy Stitch Graffiti Stitch. Sharon Allen. 39 30 57 42 40 43 26. Jean Campbell-Harding. Melinda Bell. Chains. Janet Meldrum. Volume 11 Weldon’s Practical Needlebook. Volume 7 Weldon’s Practical Needlebook. Nelson-Smith.39 40 48 42 45 55 5 52 27 36. Kim Grey. Alden Armstrong. Knot. Young. Claire Gipson. Debbi Crockett. Robyn Chandler. Volume 12 Wire Style Wirework with DVD The Workbench Guide to Jewelry Techniques Woven Treasures Woven Wire Jewelry Wrap Style Wrapped in Crochet Wrapped in Lace Yarns to Dye For Zulu Inspired Beadwork 40 25 58 58 48 48 9 36 37 25 37 58 37 36 41 41 41 41 58 41 59 49 49 49 49 59 59 49 43 59 36 36 41 17 44 44 44 44 44 44 45 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 59 19 59 45 59 25 39 3 42 59 Fall 2010 Catalog Index by Author Albright. Abigail Patner Gover. 34 26. Carol Menz. 42 38 28 18 40 44 32 58 29. 34 51. Lisa Kandis. Lene Holme Scott. Lily Ciotti. 58 43 28 40. Melissa Lamb. Patricia Bombardier. Mary Scott Hurst. Kristin Orne. Nancie M. Marcia MacDonald. Kim Wick. Diane Flint. Nola Fox. Jane Dixon. Lisa R. 39 26. Yoshiko 54 43 37 12 46 51 38 47 48 44 37 35 33 27 51. Mags Kartus. Volume 4 Weldon’s Practical Needlebook. Coleman-Hale. Christine Samsøe. Sharon Bresenhan. Pam Alvarez. Dale “Cougar” Atkins. Kathy Merrow. Kathleen Testa. Sersich. Bobbie Irwin. Robin Baker. 38 52 51 47 52 36 47 42 37 37. 32 37. Naomi McKinnon. 39 26 26. Janet Hall. Amy C. Rashida Cook. Cate Coulacos Pulvermakher. 59 49 51 46 41 6. Vannetta Seiffert. 39 30 49 37 34 43. Judith L. Karey Patterson Brown. Beryl Taylor. Volume 2 Weldon’s Practical Needlebook. Hsiu-Lan LaBarre. Nicola Irwin. Susan Waterman. Leigh Raven. 39 26 26 26. Mary Ann Seecharran. Larkin Jean Vivian Hoxbro Vogel. Kate Hedley. Ronna Sarvas Werker. 44 Peck. 23 40 19 51 52 54. Danielle Franquemont. 33. Arlene Barta. Maggie Paden. Beverly Garland. Margaret Dubrawsky. Noël Bighorse. Rachel Oberle. Kristeen Grutzeck. Linda Chin. Martha Weltman. Don Prater. Maggie Griffin-Grimes. Kristal Willoughby. 2. Volume 5 Weldon’s Practical Needlebook. Paula Pierce. 39 46 48 34 45 42 50 58 51 29 34 50 34 28 8 13 48 30 16. Franklin Haigh. Carol Simmons. Jennifer E. Wendy Kelly. Laura Isager. Waejong Kindard. 31 52 24 3 44 32. 32. Rita Budd. Judith MacKenzie McElwee. India Fournier. Tara Jon Marchington. Cecily Glowik Mann. Carol Sulcoski. Cynthia van der Linden. Wrap. Jodi Brack. 27. 59 49 43 52 47 48 54 35 40. Maggie Chachula. Carol Swartz. Volume 8 Weldon’s Practical Needlebook. Viki Levaas. 33. Tracy Khmeleva. Shannon Omdahl. Stephanie Van Horn. Eva Lareau. Sara Lambert. Gwen Hill. Abby Galeskas. Ann Burnham. Anne Docherty. Isobel Handwoven Harding. The The Beader’s Companion Beader’s Stash Beading for the Soul Beading in the Native American Tradition Beading on a Loom Beading on Fabric Beading with Peyote Stitch Beads in Bloom Beadwork Creates Jewelry Beadwork Creates Series: Beaded Bags Beadwork Creates Series: Beaded Rings Beadwork Creates Series: Earrings Beadwork Creates Series: Necklaces Bella Beaded Jewelry The Best of Interweave Knits Blueprint Crochet Botanical Sketchbook Boutique Knits Card Weaving Carry Me Chain Style Classic Knits Cloth Dolls for Textile Artists Color in Spinning Color on Color Color Style Color Works Contemporary Copper Jewelry with DVD Couture Crochet Create Jewelry: Crystals Create Jewelry: Glass Create Jewelry: Pearls Create Jewelry: Stones Creative Quilting Crochet in Color Crochet Jewelry Crochet Me 50 50 46 38 48 40 40 50 22 21 23 23 50 5 45 46 27 10 6 25 46 50 50 51 51 51 51 51 51 52 52 52 52 52 53 53 53 53 53 52 27 38 24 27 42 46 54 27 46 40 46 25 42 18 38 54 54 54 54 45 38 54 38 Crochet So Fine Crochet with Wire The Crocheter’s Companion Custom Cool Jewelry Customizing Cool Clothes Designing Jewelry with Glass Beads Designing Jewelry with Semiprecious Beads Dogs in Knits Domino Knitting Double Stitch Drawn to Stitch The Dressmaker’s Handbook of Couture Sewing Techniques A Dyer’s Garden Eco Colour Elements of Style Enchanted Adornments Encyclopedia of Contemporary Jewelry Making Techniques Fabricate Fabulous Fabric Beads Favorite Socks Fearless Knitting Workbook Felt Forward Felt Frenzy Felted Knits Feminine Knits Folk Hats Folk Knitting in Estonia Folk Mittens Folk Style Folk Vests Folk Shawls Folk Socks The Found Object in Textile Art Free Expression Freestyle Machine Embroidery French Girl Knits Fresh Quilting Funky Knits Getting Started Knitting Socks Get Spun Getting Started Making Metal Jewelry Getting Started Making Wire Jewelry and More Getting Started Stringing Beads Getting Started with Seed Beads Gifted The Gossamer Webs Design Collection Hand Felted Jewelry and Beads Hands on Rigid Heddle Weaving Hands on Spinning Handweaver’s Pattern Directory The Harmony Guides: 101 Stitches to Crochet The Harmony Guides: 101 Stitches to Knit The Harmony Guides: Basic Crochet Stitches The Harmony Guides: Cables & Arans The Harmony Guides: Colorwork Stitches The Harmony Guides: Crochet Edgings & Trims The Harmony Guides: Crochet Stitch Motifs The Harmony Guides: Knit & Purl The Harmony Guides: Knit Edgings & Trims The Harmony Guides: Lace & Eyelets Hip to Bead Hip to Crochet 38 54 38 54 47 55 55 27 27 38 15 8 42 7 55 55 55 47 55 28 28 37 37 36 28 29 29 29 25 29 29 29 14 47 47 28 12 28 28 40 56 56 56 56 30. 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