CD Collections,
& DVDs
t a b l e o f c o n t e n t s
New Books 1
Magazines 4
Special Issues 6
CD Collections 7
DVDs 9
New Books 10
Recent Books 20
Backlist Books 23
Magazines 49
Special Issues 51
CD Collections 56
Calendars 58
DVDs 60
New Books 72
Recent Books 76
Backlist Books 77
Magazines 88
Special Issues 90
CD Collections 92
DVDs 94
8¾ × 8¾, 176 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-280-1
$19.95, PC: 11AA03
Available February 2011
Sketching is a vital artistic skill. Learning to use sketches as the basis for fnished paintings and
how to create sketches that are visual statements in their own right is a foundational necessity.
Mastering Sketching ofers forty carefully planned lessons complete with projects devised to
help artists put theory into practice. Judy Martin guides the artist along the path of becoming
comfortable sketching with exercises to help get started and to progress through various
materials and subjects. Filled with encouraging examples along with practical and easy-to-follow
advice and demonstrations from leading artists, Mastering Sketching will be an indispensible
resource for any artist.
Judy Martin spent six years studying drawing, painting, and printmaking in Great Britain, win-
ning a frst-class diploma in art and design and the postgraduate degree of Master of Fine Art.
She has taught at several art schools and exhibited her work in London; she now combines her
painting career with working as a writer and editor.
Mastering Sketching
A Complete Course in 40 Lessons
Judy Martin
A l s o A v a i l a b l e
Botanical Sketchbook
Mary Ann Scott with
Margaret Stevens
Experience a master class in
botanical illustration through
one woman’s development from
enthusiastic amateur painter to
accomplished botanical artist.
$24.95, 128 pages
8½ × 10¾
hardcover, PC: 10AA01
ISBN: 978-1-59668-232-0
8¾ × 8¾, 208 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-279-5
PC: 11AA02., $19.95
Available February 2011
An easy-to-navigate resource manual, American Artist Guide to Painting Techniques provides
clear instruction, new painting ideas, and inspiration in encyclopedic detail for any artist
picking up a brush.
A comprehensive overview, American Artist Guide to Painting Techniques shows all the
techniques painters need to know to work in watercolor, oil, acrylic, and pastel. From clear
instruction to new painting ideas, this is a four-in-one foundation book for every artist
interested in improving fundamental painting skills using these mediums.
Trough clear and illustrative photography and valuable tips, forty-fve painting techniques are
presented. Each technique includes specifc detail for use in oil, acrylic, watercolor, and pastel.
Ten each technique is applied to subjects of particular difculty, including landscapes, animals,
portraits, still lifes, and more. Beginning painters will love the specifcs on the unique properties
of each painting skill, while intermediate painters will rely on the tips and reference materials to
produce outstanding results.
Hazel Harrison is a practicing artist who studied painting at the Guildford School of Art and
the Royal Academy of Painting in London. Elizabeth Tate is a practicing artist who studied
art history at Shefeld Polytechnic, then spent several years painting in Italy, Spain, France,
Switzerland, and Germany.
American Artist
Guide to Painting Techniques
Hazel Harrison and Elizabeth Tate
7 × 7, 176 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-265-8
$22.95, PC: 11AA01
Available February 2011
An easy-to-use reference for watercolor painters of all levels, 600 Watercolor Mixes shares all
the keys to expert color mixing and how to enhance results with vivacious shades and tints.
Beginning with comprehensive charts demonstrating the nuances of each color pairing, 600
Watercolor Mixes ofers thorough color swatches of expected results when using diferent color
mixing techniques such as palette mixing, wet-into-wet, and overlaying. Plus, the basics on color
theory and concepts are presented, including saturation and value. Sharon Finmark gives expert
advice on advanced color mixing, for example, creating grays and neutrals and how to get the
precise depth of color needed.
600 Watercolor Mixes illustrates how colors can be used to enhance a painting—to create spatial
efects, add contrast, and make shadows. Filled with watercolor illustrations and examples, this
manual gives all the color-mixing fundamentals for watercolorists of all levels.
Sharon Finmark trained at St. Martin’s College of Art and currently teaches drawing, painting,
and the history of color in contemporary art at the City Lit College in London. She writes for
Te Artist magazine and has published several books.
600 Watercolor Mixes
Washes, Color Recipes, and Techniques
Sharon Finmark
(work in progress,
detail, reversed)
by Steven Assael
Tell the
Show You How 7
The Figure in Action
to Improve Your
FAL L 2 01 0
Self-Portrait With
Hermes (detail)
by Kate Sammons
American Artist
9× / year • $5.99
Become a part of a lasting tradition.
For over seventy years, American Artist magazine has provided the ultimate tools to artists just
like your customers. Brimming full of new ideas, helpful demonstrations, and a pathway into
the world of emerging and seasoned artists, American Artist continues to exceed expectations.
Once readers fip through the pages of American Artist magazine, they’ll fall in love with
· Exciting ways to blend colors, mix mediums, and discover new materials and tools to get just
the efect they desire.
t Answers to challenging technical questions. Tis is their chance to see what others are asking
and enhance their skills with expert advice.
· Tips to capturing subject matter with uncanny accuracy and realism.
t Secrets from the masters. Follow top artists as they share their inspiration, beginning
sketches, and all the steps they take to achieve their fnal masterpiece, helping artists learn
how to achieve the same amazing results.
Every issue, American Artist magazine ofers special features sure to enhance artists’ skills and
inspire them to broaden their horizons to create artwork like never before.
Drawing Magazine
4× / year • $8.99
Now is your chance to be a part of the drawing revival. Stock your shelf with the magazine that
always fies of it.
Increasingly, Drawing magazine has come to the attention of a large and signifcant pool of
national art educators teaching across a wide range of student levels. From high school art class,
through college foundation programs, to local community art center and artist-run workshops,
Drawing magazine is the frst-choice “go-to” instructional publication for artists that teach.
Whether it’s a portrait, still life, or landscape, in every issue of Drawing, artists will learn how to
add amazing detail into their art as they:
· Test out ways to correctly depict shapes and perfect the fundamentals of their drawing.
Te detailed diagrams and illustrations, as well as in-depth descriptions, will help them
portray subjects with astonishing realism and extraordinary detail.
t Learn from master artists—past and present—and get a view into the lives of these artists
and see examples of their work all while learning their techniques.
t Sneak a peek inside our sketchbook and get all the latest news of upcoming competitions,
events, as well as new products on the market.
FAL L 2 01 0
Seaside Stroll
by Alan Wylie
the Power
of Color
Explore Limitless
Options With a
Limited Palette
Create Compelling
Narratives With
Simple Means
Make a Statement With
Old Master Techniques
Venture into Abstraction
Find the Best Paper
for your Technique
and more!
Watercolor Magazine
4× / year • $8.99
Provide the very best in water-media expertise with the magazine trusted for more
than twenty years.
Watercolor magazine will give your customers the expert tips and water-media technique tricks
they need to become better artists. Each issue is flled with advice from master watercolorists,
beautiful photography of original works, new ideas and innovative techniques, and more.
Discover all the reasons your customers will love this magazine:
· From the frst page, they’ll master the fundamentals of watercolor with tips on selecting the
right materials, sketching pictures, mixing colors, and more.
· Whether they’re diving into new techniques or fne-tuning their skills, readers will enjoy
lessons for all levels of expertise.
· Learn to portray subjects with astonishing realism and extraordinary detail with expert
advice on how to make an audience take a deeper look.
· Get started the right way with material advice and tips for starting up a painting from setting
up a canvas to fnishing techniques.
Watercolor magazine is the must-have resource for water-media enthusiasts, packed with every-
thing they need for successful paintings.
Pastel Highlights Spring 2011
100 pages • Available April 2011 • $8.99
Give your customers everything they need to know about
one of the most popular media with Pastel Highlights.
From generously illustrated step-by-step instruction to
in-depth coverage of top-level studio practices, readers will
enhance their pastel skills with must-have content from the
trusted experts at American Artist magazine.
Don’t miss your chance to sell the ultimate resource
for pastel artists, packed with easy-to-follow how-tos,
instructional critiques, material advice, and more!
Workshop with the
Masters Spring 2011
148 pages • Includes DVD • Available May 2011 • $19.99
Help your customers transform their artwork through
expert instruction from master artists.
Introducing the newest edition of the special issue devoted
to leading instructors’ exclusive demonstrations and
more behind-the-scenes instruction. Dive into exclusive
interviews with top artists from around the country as they
share their trade secrets to creating exquisite works of art.
Accelerate artists’ learning with all the expert advice, how-
tos, and more in this exciting special issue.
W k h h
Plein Air Painting
148 pages • Available March 2011 • $14.99
Following the success of Plein Air 2010, the favorite
magazine is back again with more tips and how-tos on
painting outdoors.
Packed with over 140 pages of how-tos and artist profles,
this special issue covers all aspects of outdoor painting and
is sure to be your customers’ must-have reference whether
they’re a beginning painter or lifelong plein air enthusiast.
Readers will join top artists as they reveal their expert
perspectives, techniques, material advice, and tips to create
natural-looking landscapes with ease.
Drawing: A Complete Course
148 pages • Available June 2011 • $14.99
Tap into the fundamental needs of every artist: drawing.
No matter the media of choice, every artist needs to know
how to draw. Now you can ofer how-tos in these essential
skills with this brand-new special issue.
Te ultimate resource for any artist, Drawing: A Complete
Course is a user-friendly, comprehensive how-to guide
that will enhance every reader’s skills with step-by-step
demonstrations, insights, and tips that illustrate important
concepts and techniques.
Your customers will be inspired to take their sketches
further to captivate audiences with features on classical
drawing technique, step by steps from the masters on cast
drawing, fgure modeling, and more.
American Artist Studios
148 pages • Available July 2011 • $14.99
Now your artists can love their space as much as they
love their craft.
American Artist Studios is back and bigger than ever
with a special issue devoted to making beautiful and
functional spaces for all creative needs.
Tis year’s Studios will include more artist profles
and artwork reproductions, frst-ever views of master
artist studios and tips on their creative process, and an
inspirational, do-it-yourself manual for setting up an art
studio—no matter what the space or budget restrictions.
A i A i
Explore a full year of American Artist, Watercolor, Drawing, and
Workshop magazines exactly as they were printed—now in a new,
convenient format. With these amazing CD collections, customers
will get each entire season with full-color searchable pages, quick-
print studies, and all the tips and how-tos the art world trusts from
these favorite magazines.
American Artist Collection CDs
1 CD, 11 issues • $29.99
Help your customers expand their artistic repertoire with essential step-by-step lessons. Artists will enhance all of their
artwork with timeless tips and techniques, start-to-fnish demonstrations, in-depth artist profles, and more with these
must-have resources
Available collections:
2007 Collection • Product Code: 10AA03 • ISBN: 978-1-59668-262-7
2006 Collection • Product Code: 10AA04 • ISBN: 978-1-59668-263-4
2005 Collection • Product Code: 10AA05 • ISBN: 978-1-59668-264-1
Drawing 2007
Collection CD
Now artists can boost their skills with advice from over
twenty top draftsman. Give your customers the resource
they need to develop their drafting skills and improve
their artwork with ffteen in-depth studies and a variety of
techniques from classic to contemporary.
1 CD, 4 issues
Product Code: 10AA13
ISBN: 978-1-59668-276-4
Watercolor 2007
Collection CD
Discover twenty-three in-depth studies and over
twenty-fve expert perspectives. Give your customers
the confdence they need to create compelling works
of art with easy access to all the favorite articles, expert
guidance, and more with this essential resource.
1 CD, 4 issues
Product Code: 10AA14
ISBN: 978-1-59668-277-1
Workshop 2007
Collection CD
Provide the resources your customers need to accelerate
their learning with a front-row seat to thirty-fve master
classes and demonstrations—plus access to material advice
and creative instruction you can only get from working
with the masters.
1 CD, 4 issues
Product Code: 10AA15
ISBN: 978-1-59668-278-8
Mastering the
Dramatic Still Life
Host: C.W. Mundy
Now your customers can learn to be the
director that an artist needs to be, with
how-tos from arranging subjects efectively
to managing the harmony of a piece with
C.W.’s 7 Foundational Truths: drawing,
squinting, design, value, color, edges, and
paint manipulation.
Product code: 11AA06
ISBN: 978-1-59668-441-6
Run time approx.: 60 min • Disks: 1
Mastering Portrait Drawing
Host: Susan Lyon
Stock your shelves with essential drawing
techniques every artist should know in this
full-hour lesson with two-year artist choice-
award winner Susan Lyon. Viewers will learn
how to improve their skills for any medium
with these step-by-step drawing how-tos.
Product code: 10AA12
ISBN: 978-1-59668-275-7
Run time approx.: 60 min • Disks: 1
Mastering Plein Air
Acrylic Painting
Host: Marcia Burtt
Give your customers tools to take their
pieces further and go beyond the preset ideas
of painting en plain air with Marcia’s unique
approaches to choosing location, enriching
color, depicting detail, and more.
Product code: 11AA05
ISBN: 978-1-59668-440-9
Run time approx.: 60 min • Disks: 1
Mastering Oil
Portrait Painting
Host: Ron Hicks
Discover why portraits shouldn’t be “perfect.”
Ofer customers the essentials of portraiture
from sketching to depicting the subtle
features of a model, with expert advice and
techniques on masses, shapes, color, value,
brushstrokes, and more.
Product code: 11AA04
ISBN: 978-1-59668-281-8
Run time approx.: 60 min • Disks: 1
Mastering Plein Air in Oil
Host: Frank Serrano
Discover painting the outdoors the way it
should be. Now your customers can enjoy
their passion for painting en plein air even
more with this dynamic DVD.
Product code: 10AA10
ISBN: 978-1-59668-273-3
Run time approx.: 60 min • Disks: 1
Watercolor Portraiture
Host: Mary Whyte
Give your customers the how-tos they need
to make their mark as a water-media artist
with all the must-knows of watercolor with
this exciting new DVD.
Product code: 10AA11
ISBN: 978-1-59668-274-0
Run time approx.: 60 min • Disks: 1
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Designer Kristin Omdahl showcases her signature motif designs and experimental construction
in eighteen beautiful scarves, wraps, skirts, and shawls in A Knitting Wrapsody.
Focusing on simple shapes, A Knitting Wrapsody ofers elegant patterns that incorporate
reversible stitch patterns, unique knitted edgings, and other clever elements. Sidebars
throughout cover key techniques such as reversible stitches, working with unique motifs, and
interesting closures. On the enclosed bonus DVD, Kristin demonstrates new or unusual
knitting techniques step by step and will help knitters build their skills with edgings, stitch
motifs, constructions, and more.
With her passionate attention to stitch detail and one-of-a-kind motif designs, Kristin ofers a
wide range of projects in A Knitting Wrapsody for a variety of skill levels and time commitments.
Knitters will create gorgeous shawls, extraordinary reversible scarves, beautifully constructed
wraps, and simply fun skirts. Each pattern ofers a bold, stylish shape and is a form-fattering
piece perfect for layering.
Kristin Omdahl is the author of Wrapped in Crochet and Crochet So Fine. She designs knit
and crochet garments and patterns under her label KRISTIN and distributes her own line of
patterns and knits from her website,, and to yarn stores. She also designs for
several knit and crochet magazines and book publishers and teaches knit and crochet techniques
for private lessons and workshops. Kristin creates designs for a variety of yarn companies,
including Plymouth Yarn, Cherry Tree Hill, and Tilli Tomas and has published designs in
Interweave Crochet, Interweave Knits, Knitscene, Crochet Today, and Crochet!.
Paperback + DVD
8½ × 9, 136 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-307-5
PC: 10KN18, $24.95
Available February 2011
Wrapped in Crochet
$22.95, 120 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-076-0
Crochet So Fine
$22.95, 160 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-198-9
A Knitting Wrapsody
Innovative Designs to Wrap, Drape, and Tie
Kristin Omdahl
W d i C h t
Crochet So Fine
8½ × 9, 160 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-240-5
$24.95, PC: 10KN12
Available February 2011
French Girl Knits
$24.95, 160 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-069-2
French Girl Knits
New England Knits
$24.95, 160 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-180-4
Vintage Modern Knits
Contemporary Designs Using Classic Techniques
Courtney Kelley and Kate Gagnon Osborn
Inspired by traditional knits, up-and-coming designers Courtney Kelley and Kate Gagnon
Osborn put their own contemporary spin on knitting in Vintage Modern Knits, ofering
designs that knitters will want to wear. Each pattern takes its inspiration from classic
silhouettes and adds a modern spin such as fashion-forward color combinations or interesting
cables for unique results.
Vintage Modern Knits features several diferent traditional techniques—cables, Fair Isle, lace,
colorwork, and more—all showcased in modern, luxurious projects that are fun to knit and
lovely to wear. Divided into three sections (Vintage Feminine, Rustic Weekend, and Winter
Harbor), this book features twenty-two pieces with tailored lines and ft, and classic and
romantic, yet updated styling. Projects range from quick accessories such as mittens, hats,
shawls, and scarves to warm cardigans and pullovers, all in a variety of knitting techniques.
Courtney Kelley and Kate Gagnon Osborn own Kelbourne Woolens, distributors of Te Fibre
Company’s unique artisan yarns. Teir popular patterns have appeared in Interweave Knits,
Interweave Crochet, Knitscene, and Vogue Knitting. Tey both live in Philadelphia.
Paperback + DVD
8½ × 9, 160 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-312-9
PC: 11KN02, $26.95
Available August 2011
Around the World in
Knitted Socks
$24.95, 144 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-230-6
Sock Innovation
$22.95, 144 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-109-5
Sock Knitting Master Class showcases methods for designing and knitting creative socks,
featuring signature elements and techniques from sixteen top designers.
Knitters will learn what makes a good sock design and then dive into knitting eighteen
spectacular, brand-new patterns featuring the widest variety of techniques. Sock Knitting Master
Class is an all-star assembly of the most inventive, exciting designers working in socks, including
Cookie A., Nancy Bush, Cat Bordhi, Priscilla Gibson-Roberts, Anne Hanson, Melissa Morgan-
Oakes, Meg Swansen, Anna Zilboorg, and more. Knitters will also learn from Clara Parkes how
each yarn contributes to the overall design.
With patterns divided into top-down and toe-up construction, this guide explores such
techniques as cables, twisted stitches, lace, stranded colorwork, entrelac, shadow knitting, and
intarsia in the round. On a bonus enclosed DVD, Ann showcases all you need to know to knit
fun, inventive socks, including a few special tips from this master sock knitter.
Ann Budd is the best-selling author of Te Knitter’s Handy Book of Patterns and Te Knitter’s
Handy Book of Sweater Patterns. She is also the author of Getting Started Knitting Socks,
Interweave Presents Knitted Gifts, Knitting Green, and Simple Style, and coauthor of Bag Style,
Color Style, Lace Style, and Wrap Style. She is a book editor and the former senior editor of
Interweave Knits. She lives in Boulder, Colorado.
Sock Knitting Master Class
Innovative Techniques + Patterns from Top Designers
Ann Budd
8½ × 10¼, 176 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-237-5
$24.95, PC: 10KN10
Available March 2011
Knitted Jackets
$22.95, 144 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-026-5
Te Knitter’s Handy
Book of Patterns
$24.95, 112 pages
ISBN: 978-1-931499-04-0
Te must-have manual for plus-size sweater construction and knitwear design,
Knitting Plus will teach knitters how to create fattering tailor-made sweaters.
Knitting Plus explores fve basic pullover and cardigan sweater construction styles, including
drop-shoulder, set-in, raglan sleeves, and seamless yoke and dolman. First, each specifc
sweater element is explained in detail, along with guides to body and sweater measurements
and key tips for plus-size knitting. Included throughout are simple versions of each
construction type with easy-to-reference templates to facilitate quick and simple alterations
and adaptations for custom ft.
An invaluable reference about ft and shape, Knitting Plus includes ffteen irresistible designs by
a variety of knitwear designers, including Mandy Moore, Lisa R. Myers, Lou Schiela, Katya
Wilsher, and Kathy Zimmermann, as well as Shroyer’s own designs. Each pattern ofers a broad
range of sizes and instructions for bust sizes from about 44 to 56 inches. Packed with useful
information and ready-to-knit patterns, Knitting Plus is the go-to technique and design reference
for plus-size knitting.
Lisa Shroyer is the editor of Knitscene magazine. She has also worked as the patterns editor for
Interweave Knits and Knitscene magazines since 2005, where she has witnessed thousands of
knitting patterns and all possible permutations of sweater construction. A lifelong knitter, she
has combined her expertise and her eye for design with a passion for knitting for plus sizes in
Knitting Plus, her frst book. She lives in North Carolina.
Knitting Plus
Mastering Fit + Plus-Size Style + 15 Projects
Lisa Shroyer
8¾ × 8¾, 144 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-434-8
PC: 11KN05, $24.95
Available March 2011
With interesting, colorful shapes, 150 Knit & Crochet Motifs is a design resource full
of endless possibilities.
150 Knit & Crochet Motifs profles a fun and eclectic mix of patterns in both crafts with shapes
that go beyond the traditional square. Geometric and circular shapes are featured, along with
asymmetrical motifs such as shells, stars, and paisleys. Te patterns include colorwork, texture,
dimension, and interesting outline shapes for innovative applications.
Te motifs are presented in a directory of diferent shapes and textures. Te book also includes
smaller blocks to join them together and edging ideas to add fnishing touches. Get suggestions
for mixing and matching the motifs and learn how to knit and crochet them together to create
one-of-a-kind functional and decorative pieces.
Heather Lodinsky has been a professional knit and crochet designer for over ffteen years. Her
designs have appeared in Creative Knitting, Cast On, Family Circle Knitting, Interweave Knits,
Knitscene, and Vogue Knitting, along with other knitting and crochet magazines. She is the
designer of the popular Central Park Hoodie cardigan, which frst appeared in Knitscene, and
was also included in the “Great American Afghan” in Knitter’s magazine. Heather is a freelance
designer for major yarn companies. She teaches classes at her local yarn shop in Bufalo, New
York, where she lives with her family.
Harmony Guides:
101 Stitches to Knit
$19.95, 101 Cards with
8-page Booklet
ISBN: 978-1-59668-100-2
200 Crochet Blocks
for Blankets,
Trows, and Afghans
$24.95, 128 pages
ISBN: 978-1-931499-68-2
150 Knit & Crochet Motifs
Anything-but-Square Shapes for Garments,
Accessories, Afghans, and Throws
Heather Lodinsky
Harmony Guides:
ISBN: 978 1 931499 68 2
8¼ × 10¼, 88 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-300-6
$17.95, PC: 11CR05
Available January 2011
Beading on Fabric
$21.95, 120 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-004-3
Beading on Fabric
Harmony Guides:
Crochet Edgings
& Trims
$19.95, 144 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-172-9
Harmony Guides:
Combining basic crochet techniques with inexpensive beads, Te Beaded Edge ofers
gorgeous edgings and embellishments that can be used to customize any item or design.
Te Beaded Edge ofers eighteen beaded trims and edgings, ranging from delicate and classic
to modern and bold. All of the designs can be created with simple thread, a crochet hook or a
beading needle, and beads. Each trim is illustrated with detailed step-by-step instructions and
clear stitch diagrams. Also included are techniques such as sizing, guides to selecting beads
and thread, how to attach the trim, and other tricks to obtaining a clean fnish. Te edges
are paired with a variety of applications, providing inspiration to personalize handbags, hats,
parasols, decorations, and other accessories.
Midori Nishida is a professional craft artist. Deeply moved and inspired by the Turkish
Embroideries and Oya Exhibition, she endeavored to create her own line of crafts and
introduced Boncuk oya to Japan, adapting it into a more accessible form for crafters. She has
continued to study and perfect the art of “beaded edgings” with CRK Design and has built
a massive base of loyal fans both in and outside of Japan. CRK Design is a design frm made
up of six graphic designers. Teir frst craft magazine design project opened the door to their
career in craft making and design. Today, they do everything from designing and production
to book designing.
The Beaded Edge
Inspired Designs for Crocheted Edgings and Trims
Midori Nishida and CRK Design
Paperback + pattern insert
8½ × 10¼, 160 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-162-0
PC: 10SW01, $24.95
Available June 2011
Sewn with Love
$26.95, 144 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-349-5
Sew Liberated
$24.95, 144 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-161-3
Sew Liberated
Meg McElwee puts her signature sewing style into gorgeous children’s clothes and creative
activity-focused designs in Growing Up Sew Liberated.
From simple clothing to toys, Growing Up Sew Liberated is packed with innovative, playful
sewing patterns. Following the structure of a child’s day are eighteen projects including:
· Getting up and getting dressed: comfortable clothing patterns such as T-shirts, sweat
shirts, and pocket pants.
· Homemaking and cooking: projects for engaging children in helping around the house
and in the kitchen, such as bibs and placemats.
· Playtime: indoor and outdoor activities are celebrated with dolls, a cape, a satchel, and a tent.
· Bedtime: snuggle in for the night in cozy pajamas and a sleep sack.
Te author adds suggestions for projects and adventures for kids and adults to explore together
and tasks that children can accomplish on their own. Featuring a techniques section, how-to
photos, extra tips and tricks, and a bonus full-size pattern section, Growing Up Sew Liberated
collects designs, activities, and ideas that are perfect for adding creativity into the daily life of
sewists, children, and families.
An internationally certifed Montessori teacher, Meg McElwee is a successful sewing pattern
designer and the author of the Sew Liberated crafting blog, where she ofers sewing tutorials
and writes about sewing and other handmade projects. She is also the author of Sew Liberated:
20 Stylish Projects for the Modern Sewist. Meg lives in the mountains of California with her
husband and son.
Growing Up Sew Liberated
Making Handmade Clothes & Projects for Your Creative Child
Meg McElwee
8½ × 9, 144 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-261-0
$22.95, PC: 10AA02
Available February 2011
Art + Quilt
$26.95, 128 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-106-4
Mixed Mania
$22.95, 128 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-084-5
Mixed Mania
Infusing art into everyday life can be more than wishful thinking.
Ofering terrifc mixed-media art projects, as well as tips for getting organized and inspired,
Art at the Speed of Life is a treasure chest of ideas for the artist whose creative goals sometimes
get stymied by the frantic pace of modern life. Author and mixed-media artist Pam Carriker
proves that art and life can coexist peacefully, productively, and happily, and making things
every day can be a joyful reality.
Each chapter in Art at the Speed of Life includes both essays and project ideas from a variety of
contributors, including Cate Prato, Paulette Insall, Seth Aptor, and Suzi Blu. Starting with how
to fnd inspiration at every turn and how to manage a stash of supplies, this resource shares
tips for artists who need to both mentally and physically make space for their art. Closing with
suggestions for managing art projects with a “day job” and how to reclaim the importance of
these projects in an artist’s life, Art at the Speed of Life is a complete guide to making art a part of
each day. Te more than fourteen projects are inspiring, yet easy to complete on a tight schedule,
and include techniques such as assemblages, image transfer, and collage. Plus, a bonus seven-day
journal project helps artists track their work as they progress.
Pam Carriker has created art with a variety of media for more than twenty years. She has
served on several design teams and has been featured in magazines including Cloth Paper
Scissors, Somerset Studios, Te Stamper’s Sampler, Art Journaling, and Somerset Apprentice.
She currently teaches a successful online workshop series through Creative Workshops and
Crescendoh Creative Lab.
Art at the Speed of Life
Motivation + Inspiration for Making Mixed-Media Art Every Day
Pam Carriker
8¼ × 8¼, 128 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-386-0
PC: 11QM02, $24.95
Available March 2011
Te Surface
Designer’s Handbook
$29.95, 144 pages
ISBN: 978-1-931499-90-3
Art Cloth
$26.95, 176 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-195-8
Te Surface
Art Cloth
Both textile artists and DIY crafters will be inspired to use these easy techniques to turn a
simple graphic design into a fabulous, modern handprinted piece.
Te Printed Pattern shows artists and crafters the principles of stamps and printing patterns
on paper, fabric, and more. With clear and easy-to-follow instruction on creating original stamp,
stencil, and screen designs, the authors show how to apply them to a wide range of surfaces
and objects for charming handprinted graphics and patterns. With inspiring photographic
illustrations, Te Printed Pattern will teach readers how to create mood boards and color
schemes and how to experiment with composition and scale for efective design. Featuring nine
diferent methods for creating reliefs with stamping, stenciling, and screen printing, the Drurys
also ofer templates to be used as guides for cutting stencils.
Yvonne Drury and Rebecca Drury are a mother-daughter team whose London-based company,
MissPrint, specializes in handprinted fabrics. Born and bred in London, they design their
products and handprint and screen all fabrics from their East London studio. Tey have
collaborated and designed a best-selling line for WHSmith and regularly exhibit their new
designs and creations in New York, Paris, and London.
The Printed Pattern
Techniques and Projects for Inspired Printmaking and Surface Design
Rebecca Drury and Yvonne Drury
8½ × 10⅞, 128 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-334-1
$26.95, PC: 10FA04
Available February 2011
Te Found Object
in Textile Art
$26.95, 128 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-332-7
Drawn to Stitch
$29.95, 144 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-233-7
Lutrador and the New Fibers is the essential guide for mixed-media and fber artists who are
looking to get started with spunbonded textiles.
Spunbonded textiles are man-made fabrics that are strong and fexible but can also be soft
and warm to the touch, making them ideal for textile art. Tey can be washed, dyed, painted,
printed, stitched, burned, fused, foiled, stenciled, and slashed with ease.
Lutradur and the New Fibers explores diferent types of spunbonded textiles—materials such as
Lutradur, Evolon, heat-distressable tissue, Tyvek, and Kunin felt. Features include how to color
with painting, printing, and dyeing, plus heating, distressing, fusing, and soldering techniques
perfect for these spunbonded textiles. Additional techniques include image transfer, foiling,
and stamping.
After twelve years in the fashion industry as a designer and pattern-cutter and tutor on fashion
subjects, Wendy Cotterill developed interests in broader textile-related subjects. She is now a
teacher of textile arts and exhibits her successful experimental work.
Lutradur and the New Fibers
Creating Mixed-Media Art with Spunbonded Materials
Wendy Cotterill
Knit Kimono Too
Simple Designs to Mix,
Match, and Layer
Vicki Square
Explore a brand new collection of twenty
kimono and Asian-inspired tops, tunics,
and vests, blending traditional inspiration
with projects that contemporary knitters
can't resist.
Paperback with DVD
8½ × 9
144 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-239-9
$26.95, PC: 10KN11
The Knitter’s Companion
Deluxe Edition with DVD
Vicki Square
Now with a two-disc set of instructional
DVDs, this indispensible resource has all
the techniques, illustrations, and defnitions
needed for knitting with confdence.
Hardcover with concealed wire-o with
7 × 5
140 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-314-3
$24.95, PC: 10KN23
(Previous ISBN: 978-1-59668-001-2)
Knitting in the Details
Charming Designs to Knit
and Embellish
Louisa Harding
Bring big appeal to knitting projects
using only the tiniest of elements only 24
small, quick-to-knit projects, from ribbons,
embroidery, beads, and appliqué.
8½ × 9
136 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-256-6
$22.95, PC: 10KN15
Wrapped in Lace
Knitted Heirloom Designs
from Around the World
Margaret Stove
Tis guide to knitted lace features twelve
gorgeous projects, each highlighting
characteristics from the Faroe Islands,
Shetland Islands, Orenburg, Estonia, and
lace motifs of New Zealand
8½ × 9
160 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-227-6
$26.95, PC: 10KN07
Around the World
in Knitted Socks
26 Inspired Designs
Stephanie van der Linden
Step across cultures through this irresistible
collection of 26 original sock designs, each
infuenced by global knitting traditions,
techniques and textile motifs.
8½ × 9
144 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-230-6
$24.95, PC: 10KN08
Baby Blueprint Crochet
Irresistible Projects
for Little Ones
Robyn Chachula
Using standard diagrams and symbols,
Robyn presents easy-to-follow instructions
and patterns for a wide assortment of
eighteen kid-friendly patterns for boys
and girls.
Paperback with flaps
8½ × 9
152 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-201-6
$21.95, PC: 10CR02
Sewn with Love
Classic Patterns for Children’s
Clothes and Accessories
Fiona Bell
Ofers twenty-fve retro-inspired pieces
for boys, girls, babies, playtime, parties,
and bedtime, as well as instruction on
using classic sewing techniques for
contemporary results.
Paperback with flaps and CD
9¼ × 9¾
144 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-349-5
$26.95, PC: 10SW03
The Dressmaker’s Handbook
of Couture Sewing Techniques
Essential Step-by-Step Techniques
for Professional Results
Lynda Maynard
Take the mystery out of the sewing and
fnishing techniques to stunning garment
results with better shaping, simpler
construction methods, and professional
fnishing touches.
Hardcover with Spiral
8½ × 10
144 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-247-4
$26.95, PC: 10SW02
Eco Colour
Botanical Dyes
for Beautiful Textiles
India Flint
Learn how to cull and use leaves, roots,
and fowers to color both cloth and
yarn using only ecologically sustainable
plant-dye methods.
Hardcover with belly band
8⅞ × 10⅝
240 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-330-3
$40.00, PC: 10FA01
Quilting Line and Color
Techniques and Designs
for Abstract Quilts
Yoshiko Jinzenji
Yoshiko Jinzenji explores shape, color,
stitching, and fabric in more than 30
gorgeous projects, from bed-sized quilts to
bags and pillows.
8½ × 10¼
192 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-333-4
$28.95, PC: 11QM01
The Artful Bird
Feathered Friends to
Make and Sew
Abigail Patner Glassenberg
Learn how to create sixteen charming,
beautifully detailed, one-of-a-kind fabric
bird sculptures with basic machine- and
hand sewing, embroidery, and mixed-media
craft techniques.
8½ × 9
144 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-238-2
$24.95, PC: 10QM04
The Intentional
Spinner with DVD
A Holistic Approach
to Making Yarn
Judith MacKenzie McCuin
Now with a new enclosed bonus DVD,
this is a compendium of spinning wisdom,
with a fun blend of technical knowledge,
four great projects, history, tips, and
Paperback with DVD
8½ × 9
152 Pages, PC: 10SP05
ISBN: 978-1-59668-360-0
$29.95, PC: 10SP05
(Previous ISBN: 978-1-59668-080-7)
The Found Object
in Textile Art
Cas Holmes
Discover a wealth of tips and techniques for
how to use found objects to create art with
personal, narrative qualities.
8½ × 10⅞
128 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-332-7
$26.95, PC: 10FA03
Drawn to Stitch
Line, Drawing, and
Mark-Making in
Textile Art
Gwen Hedley
Learn from a series of exercises designed to
explore line's potential in embroidery and
textile art as well as develop creativity in
other fber art projects.
8½ × 10
⁄ 8
144 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-233-7
$29.95, PC: 10QM02
Fresh Quilting
Fearless Color, Design,
and Inspiration
Malka Dubrawsky
Create twenty brilliant designs, from
modern quilts and fun pillows to firty bags
and cute scarves, each with intoxicating
color and unexpected palettes.
Paperback with flaps
8½ × 10¼
160 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-235-1
$26.95, PC: 10QM03
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Folk Vests
25 Knitting Patterns &
Tales from Around the World
Cheryl Oberle
Tis elegantly designed collection by
Cheryl Oberle is festive, warm, easy to
ft—just the thing for contemporary
knitters. From the African-inspired Kasai
to the Japanese Sakori, knitters will delight
in these twenty- fve traditional and
innovative patterns collected with stories
and history from around the world.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 144 pages
25 color photographs
25 illustrations, 18 charts, PC: 1049
ISBN: 978-1-931499-14-9, $21.95
Folk Hats
32 Knitting Patterns &
Tales from Around the World
Vicki Square
A tour de force of knitted headgear, this
eclectic collection of hats is a versatile and
imaginative adventure.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 144 pages
75 color photographs
75 pattern illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-931499-63-7
$21.95, PC: 05KN1
F lk H
Folk Shawls
25 Knitting Patterns and
Tales from Around the World
Cheryl Oberle
A superb collection of twenty-fve fun-
to-knit shawls. Knitted in wool, cotton,
cash mere, and various luxurious blends,
these shawls are for today, each one more
wearable than the last.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 144 pages
color photographs and charts
ISBN: 978-1-883010-59-1
$21.95, PC: 1008
Folk Mittens
Techniques and Patterns
for Handknitted Mittens
Marcia Lewandowski
Tirty-eight mitten patterns from around
the world, presented with full-color charts
and photographs.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 120 pages
color photographs, charts, and patterns
ISBN: 978-1-883010-34-8
$21.95, PC: 694
Folk Socks
The History & Techniques
of Handknitted Footwear
Nancy Bush
Includes sturdy boot socks, lively
Birkenstock socks, white Greek socks with
colored heels and toes, lacy stockings, kilt
hose, and clocked socks—all with careful
directions, charts, and illustrations.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 120 pages
color and black-and-white photographs
and charts
ISBN: 978-0-934026-97-0
$21.95, PC: 654
Folk Knitting in Estonia
A Garland of Symbolism,
Tradition and Technique
Nancy Bush
Includes cultural history, traditions, and
techniques unique to the knitting from this
region and instructions for twenty-fve lovely
gloves, mittens, and socks.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 120 pages
color and black-and-white photographs
ISBN: 978-1-883010-43-0
$24.95, PC: 795
The Harmony Guides:
Knit & Purl
250 Stitches to Knit
Edited by Erika Knight
Tis collection of classic and
contemporary stitch patterns will
elevate your knitted projects to new
heights. From a basic seed stitch to
a fanciful ladder pattern, you’ll fnd
all the inspiration you need.
Flexibound, 8
⁄2 × 8
⁄2, 272 pages
272 photographs, 50 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-056-2
$22.95, PC: 07KN14
The Harmony Guides:
Lace & Eyelets
250 Stitches to Knit
Edited by Erika Knight
Lace & Eyelets can lend a hint
of sophistication to any knitted
project. Tis all-in-one stitch
guide will give you hundreds of
ideas to choose from, plus design
tips featured throughout.
Flexibound, 8
⁄2 × 8
⁄2, 276 pages
272 photographs, 50 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-057-9
$22.95, PC: 07KN15
The Harmony Guides:
Cables & Arans
250 Stitches to Knit
Edited by Erika Knight
Along with color and silhouette,
texture plays a vital role in the
interest of a design. Cables &
Arans ofers endless inspiration,
design tips, and the handy size is
excellent for the knitter’s tote.
Flexibound, 8½ × 8½, 276 pages
272 photographs, 50 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-058-6
$22.95, PC: 07KN16
The Harmony Guides:
101 Stitches to Knit
Whether creating a highly textured
lace scarf or revamping a basic
sweater silhouette with a new stitch
pattern, 101 Stitches to Knit is the
perfect portable one-stop source
for stitch inspiration. Each card
features a stitch design on the front
side and concise easy-to-follow
instructions on the back. A color-
coded system divides the cards into
themes—Knit & Purl, Lace &
Eyelets, and Cables & Arans—
and makes organization a breeze.
Box with fash cards, 5¼ × 6½
101 cards with 8-page booklet
101 photographs
ISBN: 978-1-59668-100-2
$19.95, PC: 08KN17
The Harmony Guides:
Crochet Stitch Motifs
page 37
The Harmony Guides:
Basic Crochet Stitches
page 37
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,
designs, and motifs to keep
knitters constantly inspired.
Flexibound, 8½ × 8½, 276 pages
250 photographs
ISBN: 978-1-59668-147-7
$22.95, PC: 09KN12
The Harmony Guides:
101 Stitches to Crochet
page 37
The Harmony Guides:
Knit Edgings &
Trims 150 Stitches
Edited by Kate Haxell
One of the greatest challenges a
knitter can face is fnding the perfect
edging or fnishing for a project.
Whether you’re looking for a highly
textured lace edge or to revamp a
basic sweater silhouette with a unique
edging, Knit Edgings & Trims is the
perfect portable one-stop source for
stitch inspiration.
Flexibound, 8½ × 8½, 144 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-173-6
$19.95, PC: 09KN15
Color Style
Innovative to Traditional,
17 Inspired Designs
to Knit
Pam Allen and Ann Budd
Achieve colorful efects in your
knitting. From simple stripes
to Fair Isle, Color Style features
classic and innovative use of
traditional color techniques by
top knitwear designers.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 144 pages
100 photographs
30 illustrations, 28 charts
ISBN: 978-1-59668-062-3
$24.95, PC: 08KN09
Simple Style
19 Innovative to Traditional
Designs with Simple
Knitting Techniques
Ann Budd
Take a break from knitting fussy garments
with complicated techniques. Instead, knit
simple, beautiful designs with interesting
details and silhouettes with a collection of
nineteen contemporary garments by top
knitwear designers that celebrate stunning
results without the intricate techniques.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 136 pages
100 photographs, 25 illustrations, 30 charts
ISBN: 978-1-59668-090-6
$24.95, PC: 09KN02
Bag Style
Innovative to Traditional,
22 Inspirational Handbags,
Totes, and Carry-alls to
Knit and Crochet
Pam Allen and Ann Budd
Tese selected signature bag
designs by top knitwear designers
are sure to be a hit with beginner
and experienced knitters alike.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 128 pages
100 photographs, 50 illustrations
10 charts
ISBN: 978-1-59668-043-2
$21.95, PC: 07KN11
Folk Style
Innovative Designs to Knit,
Including Sweaters, Hats,
Scarves, Gloves, and More
Mags Kandis
Tis pattern collection is steeped
in fabulous ethnic infuence. Each
design is a reinterpretation of
ethnic and global infuences as seen
by the designer and approached
with a fresh style.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 160 pages
100 photographs, 30 illustrations,
30 charts
ISBN: 978-1-59668-020-3
$24.95, PC: 07KN2
Lace Style
Traditional to Innovative,
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 frst time,
Lace Style has everything you need to
knit lace with confdence. Patterns from
accomplished designers range from
scarves, shawls, hats, sweaters, dresses,
and more.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 160 pages
100 photographs, 30 charts
25 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-028-9
$24.95, PC: 07KN4
Wrap Style
Innovative to Traditional,
24 Inspirational Shawls,
Ponchos, 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 diferent
techniques from 18 famous knitwear design-
ers. Plus, there’s a designer’s notebook section
included to help you create your own wrap.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 160 pages
120 color photographs, 30 illustrations,
24 diagrams
ISBN: 978-1-931499-91-0
$21.95, PC: 05KN6
Scarf Style
Innovative to Traditional,
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, a delicate triangular
shawl based on traditional Estonian lace
patterns, and a deconstructed striped scarf
held together with brightly colored bobbles.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 152 pages
50 color photographs, 30 color illustrations,
10 charts
ISBN: 978-1-931499-54-5
$21.95, PC: 04KN4
The Art of Fair Isle Knitting
History, Technique,
Color & Patterns
Ann Feitelson
An art historian and practicing fber
artist, author Ann Feitelson has visited the
Shetland Islands often and brings Fair Isle
knitting to life.
Paperback, 8½ × 11, 184 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-138-5
$24.95, PC: 08KN19
The Best of
Interweave Knits
Our Favorite Designs from
the First Ten Years
Ann Budd, foreword by Pam Allen
Tese favorite projects represent the creative
work of more than twenty notable designers
from the frst decade of Interweave Knits,
plus great articles to refer to again and again.
Paperback, 8½ × 10¼, 160 pages
100 photographs, 30 illustrations, 30 charts
ISBN: 978-1-59668-033-3
$24.95, PC: 07KN8
Th B f Boutique Knits
20+ Must-Have Accessories
Laura Irwin
Make knockout trendsetting accessories that
stand out from the crowd with Boutique Knits:
the “it” handbag, the incredible scarf, the
hat that makes heads turn. Tis collection of
modern, stylish patterns combines knitting
and non-knitting techniques to transform
craft into couture.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 144 pages
70 photographs, 20 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-073-9
$21.95, PC: 08KN8
B i K i
Classic Knits:
Marianne Isager Collection
Marianne Isager
Classic Knits features twenty-fve traditional,
appealing projects worked in basic knit and
purl stitch patterns, each with a distinctive
design element, be it an interesting
combination of yarns, a clever use of stitch
pattern, or an unusual form of construction.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 184 pages
60 photographs, 60 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-115-6
$24.95, PC: 09KN07
Domino Knitting
Vivian Hoxbro
It’s deceptively simple and simply dynamic.
Called “domino knitting” because of its
modular nature, this inventive method
provides color and pattern intrigue for
sweaters, afghans, and projects of all kinds.
Paperback, 6 × 7½, 96 pages
48 color photographs
49 line drawings, 3 charts
ISBN: 978-1-931499-11-8
$16.95, PC: 02KN3
Favorite Socks
25 Timeless Designs
from Interweave
Edited by Ann Budd
and Anne Merrow
Interweave ofers these twenty-fve sock
patterns for every occasion in a range of
techniques, traditions, and designs.
Hardcover with concealed wire-o
7 × 9¼, 128 pages
50 color photographs, 8 charts
ISBN: 978-1-59668-032-6
$22.95, PC: 07KN7
Fearless Knitting Workbook
The Step-by-Step Guide
to Knitting Conf idence
Jennifer E. Seif fert
Knitters will develop skills and
understanding of how yarn becomes fabric.
Tis book leads knitters of all levels over
common obstacles through targeted exercises
and explanations.
Hardcover with concealed wire-o, 8½ × 9
160 pages, 100 photographs
200 illustrations, 75 charts
ISBN: 978-1-59668-149-1
$24.95, PC: 09KN13
French Girl Knits
Innovative Techniques, Romantic
Details, and Feminine Designs
Kristeen Grif f in-Grimes
Bring out your inner French girl with this
inspiring book of romantic knitted garments.
Infuenced by classic fairy tales and French
vintage fashion, Seattle designer Kristeen
Grifn-Grimes presents ethereal garments
that fatter the feminine form, all accom-
plished with seamless patterns and custom ft.
Paperback with flaps, 9 × 9, 160 pages
150 photographs, 30 illustrations, 20 charts
ISBN: 978-1-59668-069-2
$24.95, PC: 08KN7
Feminine Knits
22 Timeless Designs
Lene Holme Samsøe
Blend captivating designs with fattering,
feminine silhouettes. Feminine Knits showcases
texture, lace, and unusual pattern construction
inspired by current and vintage fashion for
every season, skill level, time commitment, and
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 128 pages
80 photographs
ISBN: 978-1-59668-140-8
$22.95, PC: 09KN09
Funky Knits
Knitting Know-How
for Hip Young Things
Carol Meldrum and
Julie Marchington
Tis book ofers a collection of fresh,
innovative projects for guys, gals,
teens, tweens, and any knitting newbie
with attitude.
Paperback, 7½ × 9¾, 128 pages
100 color photographs
30 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-003-6
$19.95, PC: 06KN7
Getting Started
Knitting Socks
Ann Budd
Tis primer on sock knitting covers casting
on stitches, turning the heel, and working
Kitchener stitch at the toe, all in a friendly,
easy-to-understand knitterly tone. Basic
instructions for sixteen sock patterns are
included, each sock in fve diferent gauges
and for fve sizes.
Hardcover, 8 × 8, 136 pages
130 photographs
65 illustrations, 40 charts
ISBN: 978-1-59668-029-6
$18.95, PC: 07KN5
Hip to Knit
18 Contemporary Projects
for Today’s Knitter
Judith L. Swartz
An irresistible fashion parade of fun things
to make, including a chunky scarf, halter
top, mix-and-match striped socks, tote bags,
a boyfriend sweater, a big-needle sweater coat.
Mini-lessons build basic skills as one project
advances to the next.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 96 pages
18 color photographs
line drawings, charts
ISBN: 978-1-931499-21-7
$18.95, PC: 02KN4
The Gossamer Webs
Design Collection
Three Orenburg Shawls to Knit
Design interpretation by
Galina Khmeleva
Te author worked with talented craftspeople
from the Orenburg region of Russia to
bring these three Orenburg-style patterns in
written form for the frst time.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 56 pages
color photographs and charts
ISBN: 978-1-883010-87-4
$12.95, PC: 1040
Lovely Little Things to
Knit and Crochet
Mags Kandis
Tis book features twenty designs, from
wearable accessories such as hats, mittens,
scarves, socks, and wraps to home décor,
including pillows, a tea cozy, pincushion,
needle case, and laptop sleeves. Tis collection
ofers projects for knitters and crocheters with
any level of experience and time.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 136 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-178-1
$24.95, PC: 10KN04
Inspired to Knit
Creating Exquisite Handknits
Michele Rose Orne
Get inside the artistic mind of talented
knitwear designer Michele Rose Orne and
discover her secrets to creating beautiful
handknits for any season of the year.
Features four mini workshops with twenty-
one patterns arranged by season.
Paperback with flaps, 9 × 9, 160 pages
120 photographs
ISBN: 978-1-59668-041-8
$24.95, PC: 08KN3
Inca Knits
Designs Inspired by South
American Folk Traditions
Marianne Isager
Inca Knits includes twenty-fve South
American inspired knit designs in the
author’s signature style. Inspired by the art of
South America, these twenty fve garments
combine knit and purl techniques that add
texture to stunning colorwork. Marianne’s
collection brings ancient Incan textiles to the
twenty-frst century.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 160 pages
60 photographs, 50 illustrations, 30 charts
ISBN: 978-1-59668-116-3
$24.95, PC: 09KN08
It Itches
A Stash of Knitting Cartoons
Franklin Habit
It Itches is an afectionate, humorous
celebration of every aspect of the craft and
is the frst of its kind to mix cartoon humor
with short essays on knitting. See more at
Hardcover, 6 × 6, 112 pages
75 illustrations, 10 essays
ISBN: 978-1-59668-093-7
$12.95, PC: 08KN15
Interweave Presents
Knitted Gifts
Irresistible Projects
to Make and Give
Ann Budd
Knitted Gifts offers more than thirty projects
for every gift-giving occasion. Designs include
unusual and inspired garments and acces-
sories for the entire family as well as gifts for
four-legged friends and the home. Projects
range from easy-to-knit to more involved
—an ideal book for knitters of all skill levels.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 144 pages
75 photographs, 36 illustrations, 10 charts
ISBN: 978-1-59668-091-3
$21.95, PC: 09KN3
Knit Fi x
Problem Solving for Knitters
Lisa Kartus
Knit Fix is the essential repair manual for all
knitters—from the basics of what a stitch
looks like to techniques for solving the
toughest knitting problems.
Hardcover with concealed wire-o, 7 × 9¼
112 pages, 40 photographs,
110 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-011-1
$19.95, PC: 06KN12
Knit Kimono
18 Designs with Simple Shapes
Vicki Square
Ideal for beginner and advanced knitters
alike, these casual to formal projects are
based on the classic boxy shape recognized
worldwide as an icon of the Japanese lifestyle.
Tese unique designs each illustrate a knitted
interpretation of a style or feature of a
traditional kimono.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 128 pages
80 photographs, 50 illustrations, 30 charts
ISBN: 978-1-931499-89-7
$24.95, PC: 06KN1
Knit to be Square
Domino Designs to Knit and Felt
Vivian Hoxbro
Vivian Hoxbro introduces another form of
addictive knitting with Knit to Be Square,
which combines modular squares into blocks
of varying sizes that become the base for a
variety of eye-catching two- and three-
dimensional projects. Tese squares combine
to create geometric openwork patterns
and when combined with felting, produce
gorgeous projects.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 144 pages
100 photographs, 60 illustrations, 20 charts
ISBN: 978-1-59668-089-0
$24.95, PC: 08KN14
Japanese Inspired Knits
Marianne Isager Collection
Marianne Isager
Inspired by the traditions of Japan,
Marianne Isager blends traditional
Scandinavian knitting with a distinctive
Japanese infuence in Japanese Inspired Knits.
Explore beautiful design elements steeped
in folk customs with these patterns created
especially for women.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 144 pages
60 photographs, 36 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-114-9
$22.95, PC: 09KN06
Knitted Babes
Five Dolls & their Wardrobes
to Knit and Stitch
Claire Garland
Welcome to Babes’ World! Knitters won’t
be able to resist these knitted “retro rag
dolls” or making them and all their easy
fashionable accessories.
Paperback, 8 × 10, 128 pages
130 photographs, 50 patterns
6 knitting charts
ISBN: 978-1-59668-000-5
$19.95, PC: 05KN8
Knit So Fine
Designs with Skinny Yarn
Lisa R. Myers, Laura Grutzeck,
and Carol Sulcoski
See how garments knitted with thin yarns
ft more precisely, are more fattering to the
fgure, feel better against the skin, are great
for layering, and ofer more versatility for
fashion elements. Includes twenty stylish
and contemporary projects.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 144 pages
100 photographs, 40 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-052-4
$24.95, PC: 08KN4
Knitted Jackets
20 Designs from Classic
to Contemporary
Cheryl Oberle
Tis folk-inspired compilation of fun-to-
knit, easily wearable, and modern jacket
designs inspired by textiles and cultures
from around the globe highlights a range
of techniques.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 144 pages
150 photographs, 35 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-026-5
$22.95, PC: 08KN1
Knitted Lace of Estonia
With DVD
Techniques, Patterns,
and Traditions
Nancy Bush
Deepen your knowledge of knitting in
Estonia, with fourteen heirloom-quality
scarves and shawls to knit. Learn about
traditional lace-knitting techniques and lily
of the valley patterns and their variations.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 150 pages
100 photographs, 24 illustrations
60 charts, DVD
ISBN: 978-1-59668-315-0
$26.95, PC: 01KN25
The Knitter’s Handy
Book of Patterns
Basic Designs in Multiple
Sizes & Gauges
Ann Budd
More than 350 basic pattern options for
caps, scarves, vests, sweaters, mittens, and
gloves in multiple gauges to accommodate
all weights of yarn.
Hardcover with concealed wire-o
7 × 9¼, 112 pages
color photographs, diagrams, charts
ISBN: 978-1-931499-04-0
$24.95, PC: 02KN2
The Knitter’s Handy Book
of Sweater Patterns
Basic Designs in Multiple
Sizes and Gauges
Ann Budd
More than 1,500 options for knitting
sweaters in any size or gauge, this book
includes standard sweater patterns in
multiple sizes and gauges with charted
instructions, diagrams, and much more.
Hardcover with concealed wire-o
7 × 9¼, 224 pages
color photographs, diagrams, charts
ISBN: 978-1-931499-43-9
$26.95, PC: 04KN1
Knitting Little Luxuries
Beautiful Accessories to Knit
Louisa Harding
Tese quick-and-easy projects are stylish,
luxurious, use small amounts of yarn, and
can be created by even the novice knitter.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 128 pages
60 photographs
40 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-054-8
$21.95, PC: 07KN13
l Knitting Green
Conversations and Planet
Friendly Projects
Ann Budd
Knitting Green includes twenty-two
contemporary projects from top designers
for garments, accessories, gifts, and home
furnishings, all designed to use earth-
friendly yarns or to serve an earth-friendly
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 160 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-166-8
$24.95, PC: 10KN01
Knitting on the Road
Socks Patterns for the
Traveling Knitter
Nancy Bush
With its long, slender format and spiral
binding, this book gives knitters exactly
what they’re looking for: eighteen fun
and easy sock patterns in a highly
portable format.
Hardcover with concealed wire-o
6½ × 11¼, 96 pages, color photographs
and illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-883010-91-1
$18.95, PC: 1048
Knitting Out of Africa
Inspired Sweater Designs
Marianne Isager
African textiles come to life in this inspired
collection of eighteen sweater designs.
Paperback with flaps, 8¾ × 11¼, 144 pages
50 color photographs
30 color illustrations
80 charts
ISBN: 978-1-931499-98-9
$24.95, PC: 06KN5
Knitting Socks with
Handpainted Yarn
Carol Sulcoski
Handpainted sock yarns have captured the
hearts of countless knitters. Author Carol
Sulcoski explains how to make the best of
these much-loved yarns, and twenty new
patterns by top sock designers show of
handpainted yarns at their best.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 128 pages
50 photographs, 10 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-098-2
$19.95, PC: 08KN16
The New Stranded
Techniques & Patterns
for Vibrant Knitwear
Mary Scott Huf f
From casting on and managing two balls
of yarn to adding steeks and fnishing cut
edges, the knitter is guided through all
stranded-colorwork techniques and given
a host of contemporary and innovative
designs along the way.
Paperback, 8½ × 10¼, 144 pages
60 photographs, 30 illustrations, 50 charts
ISBN: 978-1-59668-111-8
$24.95, PC: 09KN05
Knitting Vintage Socks
New Twists on Classic Patterns
Nancy Bush
Searching for new sock patterns? Try some
old ones! Knitting Vintage Socks adapts
sock patterns from the Weldon’s Practical
Needlework book series, a compilation of
newsletters published more than 100
years ago.
Hardcover with concealed wire-o
7 × 9¼, 128 pages
30+ color photographs
30+ illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-931499-65-1
$21.95, PC: 05KN2
Men in Knits
Sweaters to Knit that
He WILL Wear
Tara Jon Manning
Discover the secrets to knitting your
favorite guy a sweater that he’ll want to
wear. Ten choose the perfect sweater
from this collection of more than
twenty original designs.
Paperback with flaps, 9 × 10, 136 pages
50 color photographs
25 charts, 40 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-931499-23-1
$28.95, PC: 03KN1
Natural Knits for
Babies and Moms
Beautiful Designs
Using Organic Yarns
Louisa Harding
Renowned British knitwear designer Louisa
Harding ofers an inspired collection of
patterns for mother and baby’s frst eighteen
months together, created with organically
grown and naturally produced yarns.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 128 pages
40 photographs, 25 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-010-4
$21.95, PC: 06KN11
Knitwear Design Workshop
A Comprehensive Guide
to Handknits
Shirley Paden
Learn to design knitwear with a perfect
individual ft. From the initial spark
of inspiration to sewing the last seam,
Shirley Paden guides knitters through the
knitwear design process and gives them
the foundation to take their own knitwear
designs to the next level with confdence.
Hardcover with concealed wire-o
8½ × 10¼, 344 pages, 75 photographs
250 illustrations, 200 charts
ISBN: 978-1-59668-086-9
$40.00, PC: 09KN01
New England Knits
Timeless Knitwear with a
Modern Twist
Cecily Glowik MacDonald and
Melissa LaBarre
Inspired by the seasons of New England, the
book is divided into three themes: Walk in
the Woods, Around the Town, and Along
the Coast. Within each section readers will
fnd a variety of fattering, wearable sweaters
and accessories (including hats, mittens,
scarves, bags, and shawls).
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 144 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-180-4
$24.95, PC: 10KN05
Nicky Epstein’s Knitted
350 Appliqués, Borders,
Cords, and More!
Nicky Epstein
Hundreds of ideas and instructions for
creating knitted appliqués, borders, cords,
embroidery, and enhancements such as fringes,
tassels, and ties.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 272 pages
color photographs throughout
ISBN: 978-1-883010-39-3
$31.95, PC: 769
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No Sheep for You
Knit Happy with Cotton,
Silk, Linen, Hemp,
Bamboo & Other Delights
Amy R. Singer
Te editor of Knitty online magazine shares
her secrets to knitting with nonwool fbers
with twenty-one knockout patterns for
socks, scarves, hats, shawls, sweaters, vests,
and bags—all created with fbers that never
had four legs.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 160 pages
50 photographs, 10 charts, 30 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-012-8
$22.95, PC: 07KN1
Northern Knits
Designs Inspired by the
Knitting Traditions of
Scandinavia, Iceland,
and the Shetland Isles
Lucinda Guy
Te collection of twenty women’s garments and
accessories uses traditional knitting techniques
and folk motifs to showcase these classic wool
yarns. Featured techniques include knitting in
the round and steeking, lace, cables, Fair Isle,
twined knitting, and embroidery.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 160 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-171-2
$24.95, PC: 10KN03
One Skein
30 Quick Projects to
Knit and Crochet
Leigh Radford
Tese classy patterns—from bags, pillows,
baby sweaters, arm warmers, bathroom
décor, and more—each use just a single skein
of yarn. A special section features projects
designed to devour the knitter’s yarn stash.
Paperback with flaps, 8 × 8¾
128 pages, 120 color photographs
50 color illustrations, 17 schematics
ISBN: 978-1-931499-74-3
$19.95, PC: 05KN3
Poems of Color
Knitting in the Bohus Tradition
Wendy Keele
Instructions for seven diferent garments are
featured, plus step-by-step instructions for
forty-six design/garment combinations and
the social history of the Bohus tradition.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 144 pages
color photographs, black-and-white
historical photographs
ISBN: 978-1-883010-12-6
$26.95, PC: 662
Power Cables
The Ultimate Guide to
Knitting Inventive Cables
Lily M. Chin
Tis book takes the reader from the most
basic twisted stitches through complex and
imaginative interpretations of cables that
add texture, color, and even nontraditional
Paperback with flaps, 8½ × 9, 176 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-167-5
$24.95 , PC: 10KN02
Felt Frenzy
26 Projects for All Forms of Felting
Heather Brack and
Shannon Okey
Felt Frenzy explores all the major techniques
of feltmaking, from knit-and-shrink to wet
felting, needlefelting, and “recycled felting”—
turning salvaged wool sweaters into useful felt
pieces—plus ways to combine techniques for
creative and unique results.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 128 pages
60 photographs, 3 charts
10 schematics
ISBN: 978-1-59668-009-8
$21.95, PC: 06KN10
Felt Forward
Modern Designs in Knitted Felt
Maggie Pace
Tese twenty stylish, contemporary projects
will fnd everyday use for the most modern
crafter. Innovative felting techniques, an
elegant color palette, and beautiful projects
make this a must-have felting book.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 128 pages
60 photographs, 15 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-039-5
$21.95, PC: 07KN10
Shadow Knitting
Vivian Hoxbro
Create a knitted optical illusion! Tis form
of knitting uses a simple technique of
alternating rows of light and dark yarn to
produce a subtle patterning that appears
and disappears depending on the angle from
which it’s viewed. Projects include winged
shawls, a matching cap and scarf, vest,
sweaters, Japanese-style kimonos, and more.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 144 pages
30 color photographs
30 charts, 30 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-931499-41-5
$21.95, PC: 04KN3
Sock Innovation
Knitting Techniques & Patterns
for One-of-a-Kind Socks
Cookie A.
Cookie A., pioneer of the unconventional
sock—think traveling stitches, mirrored pairs,
twists on the heel, cables and lace—shares her
secrets for making rule-breaking socks with
ffteen original sock designs. Even knitters
who haven’t been bitten by the sock bug will
fnd fascinating technique information.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 144 pages
80 photographs, 10 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-109-5
$22.95, PC: 09KN04
Traditional Knitted
Lace Shawls
Revised Edition
Martha Waterman
Timeless and beautiful, these shawls include
triangles, squares, circles, and half-circles,
with openwork, textured stitches, and lace
edgings to combine.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 112 pages
charts and duotone photographs
ISBN: 978-1-883010-48-5
$21.95, PC: 911
The Twisted Sisters
Knit Sweaters
A Knit-to-Fit Workshop
Lynne Vogel
Tis step-by-step workshop teaches any
knitter to easily adapt sweater patterns to his
or her own measurements and chosen yarn.
Perfect for using handspun in commercial
knitting patterns or learning to resize or alter
a knitting pattern.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 144 pages
100 photographs, 50 illustrations, 30 charts
ISBN: 978-1-931499-69-9
$24.95, PC: 06KN2
How We Felt
Designs + Techniques from
Contemporary Felt Artists
Carol Huber Cypher
Signature works from twenty admired
fber artists are explored, with step-by-step
information on how to achieve their unique
efects. Projects include hats, caps, dresses,
bags, slippers, jewelry, rugs, pillows, and
much more.
Paperback, 8½ × 10¼, 144 pages
75 photographs, 50 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-031-9
$24.95, PC: 07KN6
Simply Felt
20 Easy and Elegant
Designs in Wool
Margaret Docherty and
Jayne Emerson
All the information needed to make beautiful
garments and home décor items from natural
woolen fbers, using just hands and water.
Te felting fundamentals are clearly presented,
from making fat felt to the more advanced
processes of inlaying fbers.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 128 pages
50 color photographs
90 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-931499-70-5
$24.95, PC: 04SP3
Simply Needlefelt
20 Easy and Elegant Designs
Jayne Emerson
Create twenty beautiful felted projects using
easy needlefelting techniques. From three-
dimensional efects and appliqué to weaves
and braids to combining multiple techniques
in one project, beginning needlefelters and
fber artists, art quilters, and mixed-media
artists of all skill levels with an interest in
needlefelt will delight in Simply Needlefelt.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 112 pages
200 photographs, 10 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-108-8
$24.95, PC: 09FE01
Shibori Knitted Felt
20 Plus Designs to Knit,
Bead, and Felt
Alison Crowther-Smith
Take felt to the next level with shibori—
achieve unusual textural and color efects,
extra dimension, and one-of-a-kind quality
in each and every project.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 112 pages
60 photographs, 30 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-085-2
$24.95, PC: 08KN13
Felted Knits
The Art of Shrinking
Your Knitting
Beverly Galeskas
Fiber Trends owner Bev Galeskas shares her
secrets for felting success along with thirty-
six original projects. Includes sections on
embellishing felting and needlefelting.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 128 pages
50 color photographs
60 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-931499-33-0
$21.95, PC: 03KN4
200 Crochet Blocks
for Blankets, Throws,
and Afghans
Crochet Squares to
Mix and Match
Jan Eaton
Tis directory of blocks describes techniques and
degree of difculty, and each pattern is designed
so that fnished blocks are all the same size when
they’re worked in yarn of the same weight. A
useful refresher course on crochet is included, as
well as patterns for edgings and instructions on
making fringe to fnish of afghans in style.
Paperback, 8¾ × 8¾, 128 pages
200 color photographs
ISBN: 978-1-931499-68-2
$24.95, PC: 04KN8
Blueprint Crochet
Modern Designs for the
Visual Crocheter
Robyn Chachula
Learn the universal symbol language of
crochet and create gorgeous patterns using
a graphical interpretation of contemporary
designs made just for the visual crafter.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 152 pages
70 photographs, 118 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-072-2
$22.95, PC: 08CR1
Crochet in Color
Techniques and Designs
for Playing with Color
Kathy Merrick
Crochet in Color encourages crocheters to
shake their fears of experimenting with color,
design outside the color wheel, and make
unique color combinations work. Merrick
also explains how to change colors in crochet,
stranding techniques, and how to work over
yarn tails.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 128 pages
100 photographs, 25 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-112-5
$22.95, PC: 09CR02
Crochet Me
Designs to Fuel the
Crochet Revolution
Kim Werker
Make crochet your own with these eighteen
fashion-forward designs that give an
entertaining and inspiring insight into
the next generation of crocheters. Projects
include thigh-high stockings, retro bags,
scarves, sweaters, shrugs, camis, even home
décor items, with beautiful photos, and
step-by-step instructions.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 128 pages
70 photographs, 50 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-063-0
$21.95, PC: 07KN12
Crochet So Fine
Exquisite Designs
with Fine Yarns
Kristin Omdahl
Kristin Omdahl’takes crocheted clothing
from fussy to fashionable. By working with
thinner yarns and more fexible stitches,
crocheters can produce garments that are
stylish and comfortable—fgure-fattering
without being form-ftting and great for
layering. All stitch motifs include charts,
and the specialized techniques include
how-to sections.
Paperback, 8½ × 10½, 160 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-198-9
$22.95, PC: 10CR01
The Crocheter’s Companion
Nancy Brown
As the enthusiasm for crochet grows, this
portable reference provides the essential
information that crocheters need to have
at their fngertips. Tread and hook charts,
abbreviations, stitch instructions, and lots of
helpful hints demystify this art.
Spiral-bound, 7 × 5, 112 pages
200 line drawings
ISBN: 978-1-931499-13-2
$19.95, PC: 02NW4
Double Stitch
Designs for the
Crochet Fashionista
Erika and Monika Simmons
Make a fashion statement with this
collection of twenty-fve stylish, sexy, and
modern crochet patterns for the fashion diva.
Projects use simple crochet techniques mixed
with innovative construction, form-ftting
designs, playful color combinations, and
unique detailing.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 144 pages
100 photographs, 30 charts
ISBN: 978-1-59668-044-9
$21.95, PC: 08KN6
The Harmony Guides:
101 Stitches to Crochet
101 Stitches to Crochet is the perfect portable
one-stop source for stitch inspiration. Each
card features a stitch design on the front side
and concise easy-to-follow instructions on
the back. A color-coded system divides the
cards into themes and makes organization
a breeze.
Paperback, 5¼ × 6½ with 8-page booklet
101 photographs
ISBN: 978-1-59668-101-9
$19.95, PC: 08CR03
The Harmony Guides:
Basic Crochet Stitches
250 Stitches to Crochet
Edited by Erika Knight
Tis essential reference guide and source
for creativity brims with new and old
stitches to delight crocheters of all skill levels.
From single cluster crochet stitch to trinity
stitch, there are hundreds of stitch ideas to
choose from.
Paperback, 8½ × 8½, 272 pages
300 photographs
50 illustrations, 50 charts
ISBN: 978-1-59668-081-4
$22.95, PC: 08KN10
The Harmony Guides:
Crochet Stitch Motifs
250 Stitches to Crochet
Edited by Erika Knight
Choose from hundreds of crochet motifs to
inspire beginner and seasoned crocheters.
From a simple lace triangle to a delicate
popcorn trefoil to an intricate French square,
each motif features a full-color photograph
in contemporary yarns and clear and concise
instructions for creating each design. Also
features a section on free-form techniques.
Paperback, 8½ × 8½, 272 pages
300 photographs, 50 illustrations, 50 charts
ISBN: 978-1-59668-083-8
$22.95, PC: 08KN12
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The Harmony Guides:
Crochet Edgings & Trims
150 Stitches
Edited by Kate Haxell
Crochet Edgings & Trims is the go-to resource
for all crocheters to add a personal touch
to their designs, regardless of skill level. It
includes many options to choose from,
including never-before-seen edgings!
Paperback, 8½ × 8½, 144 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-172-9
$19.95, PC: 09CR03
Interweave Presents
Crocheted Gifts
Irresistible Projects
to Make and Give
Edited by Kim Werker
Crocheted Gifts is the ultimate gift-giving guide
resource for crocheters, with a collection of
projects from today’s most popular designers.
From baby gifts to mittens for the whole family
to home décor and fancy lace, this book is full
of perfect projects for every occasion.
Paperback, 8½ × 9
120 pages, 75 photographs
10 illustrations, 15 charts
ISBN: 978-1-59668-107-1
$21.95, PC: 09CR01
Hip to Crochet
23 Contemporary Projects
for Today’s Crocheter
Judith L. Swartz
Knitwear designer, teacher, and author
Swartz transforms this traditional handcraft
with twenty-three fashion-savvy garments
and home accessories in a color palette that
is cosmopolitan chic. Crochet is the new
knitting, and this book will get you hooked.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 128 pages
ISBN: 978-1-931499-52-1
$19.95, PC: 04KN5
The Alden Amos
Big Book of Handspinning
Being a Compendium of
Information, Advice, and Opinion
on the Noble Art & Craft
Alden Amos
Tis is truly a BIG book with every
aspect of handspinning explored by a
legendary mentor to the growing handcraft
community of spinning. Tis defnitive work
presents more than forty years of experi ence
making and handling yarn.
Hardcover, 7 × 9, 480 pages
400 line illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-883010-88-1
$39.95, PC: 1039
All New Homespun
25 Small Projects to Knit
with Handspun Yarn
Amy Clarke Moore
Tis is a new classic featuring small projects
designed for manageable amounts of
handspun yarn. Similar to the original, this
book ofers a variety of projects for advanced
beginning knitters and spinners.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 144 pages
50 photographs, 10 illustrations, 15 charts
ISBN: 978-1-59668-144-6
$22.95, PC: 09KN10
Color in Spinning
Deb Menz
A paperbound edition of Deb Menz’s classic
guide to color written expressly for the
handspinner seeking new adventures in color.
Tis comprehen sive manual presents in-depth
discus sion and photographed demon stration
of immersion dyeing, painting rovings,
blending colors and fbers, and spinning and
plying multicolored preparations.
Paperback, 8½ × 11, 240 pages
More than 300 color and black-and-white
55 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-931499-82-8
$29.95, PC: 05SP1
Get Spun
The Step-by-Step Guide
to Spinning Art Yarns
Symeon North
Tis book ranges from the spinning
fundamentals to techniques for
spinning wool and silk to spinning with
nontraditional materials (fabric, silk
cocoons), introducing add-ins (beads, locks,
etc.), and creating exciting plying efects.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 120 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-064-7
$22.95, PC: 08SP1
Wrapped in Crochet
Scarves, Wraps & Shawls
Kristin Omdahl
Create stunning crocheted scarves, wraps,
and shawls using clever stitch motifs,
innovative and traditional shaping, and a
variety of techniques and embellishment
ideas. Wrapped in Crochet includes
techniques for every skill level and projects
to ft every budget and time commitment.
Paperback, 8½ × 10¼
120 pages
75 photographs
25 illustrations, 10 charts
ISBN: 978-1-59668-076-0
$22.95, PC: 08CR2
The Spinner’s Companion
Bobbie Irwin
Both beginning and experienced spinners
will use this quick reference to look up
common spinning terms, fnd out how to
maintain their wheels, and learn how to
process fber and spin yarn. Tis handy
spiral- bound ofering is an authoritative tool
that spinners will want to keep beside their
wheel or with their handspindle at all times.
Spiral-bound, 7 × 5, 112 pages
black-and-white illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-883010-79-9
$19.95, PC: 01SP1
In Sheep’s Clothing
A Handspinner’s Guide to Wool
Nola Fournier and Jane Fournier
A look at a hundred breeds of sheep,
with special attention to their feece
characteristics, methods of prepara tion and
spinning, and best end use. Everything from
baby-soft Merino to silky Lincoln and sturdy
Karakul—the full range of nature’s miracle
fber is represented.
Paperback, 7¼ × 10¼
224 pages
black-and-white photographs
ISBN: 978-1-931499-38-5
$24.95, PC: 03SP3
Respect the Spindle
Spin Inf inite Yarns with
One Amazing Tool
Abby Franquemont
Veteran spinner and spindle afcionado
Abby Franquemont teaches spinners old
and new how to create incredible yarn with
this amazing yet simple tool. Respect the
Spindle combines step-by-step photography
with detailed illustrations, from the basics
to more specialized techniques.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 128 pages
75 photographs, 5 illustrations, 2 tables
ISBN: 978-1-59668-155-2
$22.95, PC: 09SP02
Spin Control
Techniques for Spinning
the Yarns You Want
Amy King
Spin Control teaches spinners to make
handspun yarns that may include the best
traits of commercial yarns but always have
their own personal touches. From soft, bulky
singles to durable cabled yarns with terrifc
stitch defnition and from tweedy yarns with
rich texture and color to serviceable 3-ply
that holds up to heavy use, the sky is the
limit with this thorough resource.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 120 pages
80 photographs, 10 illustrations
5 tables
ISBN: 978-1-59668-105-7
$22.95, PC: 09SP01
Spin to Knit
The Knitter’s Guide
to Making Yarn
Shannon Okey
Take knitting to a new level with the
addition of handmade yarn! Spin to Knit has
everything needed to create fun one-of-a-
kind designer yarn.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 128 pages
150 photographs, 25 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-007-4
$21.95, PC: 06SP1
Color Works
The Crafter’s Guide to Color
Deb Menz
Explore color with a new confdence
using this essential tool. Deb Menz brings
principles of color theory down to a practical
level and applies them to knitting, spinning,
beadwork, weaving, surface design, quilting,
hand and machine embroidery, and paper
collage. Color Works includes a pull-out color
wheel and removable hue cards.
Hardcover with concealed wire-o, 7 × 9¼
152 pages, 55 color photographs, color strips,
2 color wheels
ISBN: 978-1-931499-47-7
$24.95, PC: 04SP1
A Dyer’s Garden
From Plant to Pot: Growing
Dyes for Natural Fibers
Rita Buchanan
Natural dyes are so much more than tans
and browns! In this handy little volume, one
of the premier garden writers and spinning
teachers of our time walks readers through
planting, harvest ing, and brewing up a full
spectrum of vivid dyes for natural fbers.
Paperback, 6 × 7¼, 112 pages
color photographs
ISBN: 978-1-883010-07-2
$14.95, PC: 667
The Complete Guide to
Natural Dyeing Fabric,
Yarn, and Fiber
Eva Lambert and Tracy Kendall
Jam-packed with natural—and foolproof—
dyeing techniques, Te Complete Guide to
Natural Dyeing Fabric, Yarn, and Fiber is the
perfect dyeing source for an abundance of
fber artists wanting to dye the natural way.
Paperback, 8½ × 10, 144 pages
400 photographs
ISBN: 978-1-59668-18-1
$24.95, PC: 10SP01
Start Spinning
Everything You Need to Know
to Make Great Yarn
Maggie Casey
Go from novice to competent spinner in
this guide to turning fber to yarn with an
introduction to the various types of fbers
available. Learn how to choose and prepare
fber with detailed instructions for both
spinning on a spindle and spinning on
a wheel.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 120 pages
125 photographs, 5 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-065-4
$21.95, PC: 08SP2
The Twisted Sisters
Sock Workbook
Dyeing, Painting, Spinning,
Designing, Knitting
Lynne Vogel
Tis book is about sisterhood, sharing, crafting, giving,
laughing. It’s also about spinning yarn and making
glorious, zany, wildly colorful socks. Te Twisted Sisters
Sock Workbook techniques, patterns, and invaluable tips—
for creating authentic, perfect, made-to-order footwear.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 96 pages
101 color photographs
35 line drawings, 6 charts
ISBN: 978-1-931499-16-3
$18.95, PC: 02SP2
Yarns to Dye For
Creating Self-Patterning
Yarns for Knitting
Kathleen Taylor
Use dyes for natural fbers that are available
at most grocery stores and craft shops to
create your own self-patterning yarns—
those that magically knit up into stripes,
Fair Isle, graduating bands of color, and
zigzag patterns.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 104 pages, 60 color
photographs, 20 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-931499-81-1
$21.95, PC: 05KN5
Card Weaving
Candace Crockett
With nothing more than colored yarn and
simple cardboard squares, you can produce
exquisitely patterned belts and straps, silk
trims and ties, wall art, even hefty rugs
and mats.
Paperback, 8¼ × 10⅞, 144 pages
color and black-and-white photographs
and illustrations
ISBN: 978-0-934026-61-1
$24.95, PC: 6031
Hands On Rigid
Heddle Weaving
Betty Linn Davenport
Tis easy-to-use guide covers choosing,
setting up, and weaving on a rigid-
heddle loom. Appealing to beginning
and experienced weavers who value its
thriftiness and versatility. Instructions are
included to make wonderful projects with
plain-weave variations.
Paperback, 8½ × 10½, 120 pages
color photographs, illustrations, and charts
ISBN: 978-0-934026-25-3
$24.95, PC: 576
Learning to Weave
Revised Edition
Deborah Chandler
More than 100,000 weavers have used this
unparalleled study guide to learn from
scratch or hone their skills. All the basics are
covered: understanding the tools of weaving,
making a good warp three ways, reading
and designing drafts, and understanding
weave structures.
Paperback, 8½ × 11, 232 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-139-2
$24.95, PC: 08WV03
Mastering Weave Structures
Transforming Ideas
into Great Cloth
Sharon Alderman
Clear explanations, examples, and
photographs of stunning fabrics intro duce
you to the fundamental principles of weave
structure. Included are plain weave, twills,
satin, wafe weaves, distortions of the grid,
three-element weaves, loom-controlled
doubleweave, and more.
Paperback, 9 × 10, 260 pages
60 photographs, 30 illustrations, 290 drafts
ISBN: 978-1-959668-137-8
$29.95, PC: 08WV02
The Handweaver’s
Pattern Directory
Over 600 Weaves for
4-Shaft Looms
Anne Dixon
Tis full-color practical guide features
hundreds of weave structures for 4-shaft
looms: twill, zigzag, diamond, herringbone,
block drafts, plus specialized techniques. Each
structure includes a color photo, threading and
treadling sequence, and degree of difculty.
Hardcover with concealed wire-o, 7 × 9¼
256 pages, 650 photographs, 650 charts
ISBN: 978-1-59668-040-1
$34.95, PC: 07WV1
Rag Rug Handbook
Revised Edition
Janet Meany and Paula Pfaf f
Everything a weaver needs to know about
weaving rag rugs, from basic information
to drafts for twenty traditional 2- and 4-
shaft patterns.
Paperback, 8½ × 11, 132 pages
color photographs and
black-and-white illustrations and drafts
ISBN: 978-1-883010-28-7
$21.95, PC: 903
Time to Weave
Simply Elegant Projects
to Make in Almost No Time
Jane Patrick
Learn the fundamentals of weaving and
create beautiful textural objects.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 128 pages
70 photographs
ISBN: 978-1-931499-59-0
$21.95, PC: 06WV1
A Weaver’s Book
of 8-Shaft Patterns
From the Friends of Handwoven
Edited by Carol Strickler
Tis must-have draft book contains almost
1,000 diferent patterns on more than
twenty-fve weave structures. Introductory
chapters provide a thorough understand ing
of how each structure works.
Paperback, 8¾ × 11¼, 240 pages
black-and-white photographs
ISBN: 978-0-934026-67-3
$39.95, PC: 6081
The Weaver’s Companion
Presented by
Handwoven magazine
Save your brain for being creative. Let this
small, sturdy spiral-bound volume keep track
of the details. It’s all here: sett and sleying
charts, formulas for calculating warp and
weft, fber identifcation tests, basic weave
drafts, fnishing techniques, fber factoids, a
must-have gray scale, design shortcuts, and
much more.
Spiral-bound, 7 × 5, 112 pages
line drawings
ISBN: 978-1-883010-81-2
$19.95, PC: 1037
The Weaver’s Idea Book
Creative Cloth on a
Rigid-Heddle Loom
Jane Patrick
Tis book presents a wide variety of
patterns for the simple rigid-heddle loom,
accompanied by harness drafts for multishaft
looms. Te techniques include leno, Brooks
bouquet, soumak, and embroidery on fabric.
Each chapter contains weaving patterns along
with swatches illustrating the techniques,
accompanied by step-by-step photography.
Hardcover with concealed wire-o
8½ × 9, 256 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-175-0
$29.95, PC: 10WV01
Navajo Weaving Way
The Path from Fleece to Rug
Noël Bennett and Tiana Bighorse
Navajo Weaving Way presents this Native
American rug-making process and includes
all-new chapters on spinning, carding, and
dyeing. Some material is drawn from Noël
Bennett’s earlier, out-of-print books on
Navajo rug-weaving traditions.
Paperback, 8 × 10, 160 pages
duotone photographs and line drawings
ISBN: 978-1-883010-30-0
$21.95, PC: 695
The Weaver’s Studio:
Jennifer Moore
Doubleweave is the art of weaving two
layers of cloth at the same time, one above
the other on the loom, creating beautiful
cloth that is reversible yet unique on each
side. Learn all the tips and tricks to setting
up the warp, then move to a variety of
doubleweave specialty techniques through
detailed process photography and a wealth
of swatches demonstrating diferent efects.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 144 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-179-8
$26.95, PC: 10WV02
Weaving in the
Peruvian Highlands
Dreaming Patterns,
Weaving Memories
Nilda Callañaupa Alvarez
Tis richly photographed look at Andean
weaving, which embodies the living
history and culture of the Peruvian
Highlands, is a guide that catalogs
the many intricate patterns found in
traditional Peruvian textiles.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 96 pages
200 photographs
ISBN: 978-1-59668-055-5
$19.95, PC: 07WV2
The Weaver’s Studio:
Woven Shibori
Catherine Ellis
Catherine Ellis’s breakthrough technique of
woven shibori embraces new approaches to
the art of weaving and dyeing.
Paperback with flaps
8½ × 9, 136 pages
160 color photographs, 47 drafts
13 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-931499-67-5
$24.95, PC: 05WV2
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Woven Treasures
One-of-a-Kind Bags with Folk
Weaving Techniques
Sara Lamb
From inspiration and project planning to
her signature hand-manipulated techniques,
Sara Lamb leads weavers through the steps
of making exquisite bags using folk weaving
techniques that evoke modern ideas in
brilliant colors and textures.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 128 pages
100 photographs
10 illustrations, 5 charts
ISBN: 978-1-59668-102-6
$24.95, PC: 09WV01
Weaving Made Easy
17 Projects Using a Simple Loom
Liz Gipson
Weaving Made Easy includes seventeen simple
projects made on a simple rigid-heddle loom.
Projects range from scarves and tops to bags
and belts, from pillows and placemats to rugs
and blankets. Complete instructions, clear
step-by-step photographs, and abundant tips
and techniques for color, design, construction,
and embellishment make this the ultimate
idea book for the would-be weaver.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 128 pages
150 photographs
ISBN: 978-1-59668-075-3
$24.95, PC: 08WV1
Creative Quilting
The Journal Quilt Project
Karey Patterson Bresenhan
Tis compendium of more than 400 quilts
was culled from the nearly 6,000 QuiltPages
made by artists who participated in Te
Journal Quilt Project. Each quilt represents
a page in a quilter’s life story, chronicling joy,
frustration, tragedy, inspiration, mundane
moments, and artistic epiphany.
Paperback, 8½ × 11, 272 pages
ISBN: 978-0-97669-283-6
$34.99, PC: 07QM4
Art + Quilt
Design Principles and
Creativity Exercises
Lyric Kinard
Master quilter Lyric Kinard shares her
secrets of success through a variety of
techniques, exercises, and insider tips to get
novice quilters and experienced textile artists
inspired to make art.
Hardcover with concealed wire-o
8½ × 10¼, 128 pages, 200 photographs
ISBN: 978-1-59668-106-4
$26.95, PC: 09QM03
Inspired to Quilt
Creative Experiments
in Art Quilt Imagery
Melanie Testa
Explore the art-quilt design process
through journaling, technique
experiments, and making small projects
using a variety of mixed-media, fber-art,
and surface-design techniques.
Paperback, 8½ × 10¼, 136 pages
200 photographs
ISBN: 978-1-59668-096-8
$24.95, PC: 09QM2
The Quilting Arts Book
Techniques and Inspiration for
Creating One-of-a-Kind Quilts
Patricia Bolton
Tis is Art Quilting 101 in a book! Find the
most popular topics, articles, and artists
from past issues of Quilting Arts Magazine
—plus innovative new techniques ofered
by today’s most respected contemporary
quilt artists.
Paperback, 8½ × 10¼, 144 pages
250 photographs
ISBN: 978-1-59668-099-9
$24.95, PC: 08QM04
200 Braids to Twist,
Knot, Loop, or Weave
Jacqui Carey
Create a personalized braided trim to
complete any project, from cloth ing,
furnishings, greeting cards, jewelry, totes,
gift wrap, foral arrange ments, and more.
Hardcover with concealed wire-o, 5¾ × 7¾
256 pages, 443 photographs, 30 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-018-0
$27.95, PC: 07FA1
Free Expression
The Art and Confessions
of a Contemporary Quilter
Robbi Joy Eklow
Artist Robbi Joy Eklow shares her secrets
for designing, fusing, and fnishing quilts
so quilters can learn her nontraditional
techniques. Tis full-color book includes
many of Robbi’s quilts and patterns.
Paperback, 8¼ × 10½, 116 pages
ISBN: 978-097669-280-5
$26.95, PC: 07QM3
Cloth Dolls for
Textile Artists
Ray Slater
Learn the basic principles and techniques
of doll making, from the simplest stump
doll to the more complicated jointed doll,
plus instruction on needle-sculpting and
using thread embroidery. A range of textile
techniques is represented.
Hardcover, 8½ × 10⅞, 128 pages
110 photographs
ISBN: 978-1-59668-087-6
$28.95, PC: 08FA03
Bags with Paper and Stitch
Innovative Surface Techniques
for Embellishing Bags
Isobel Hall
Learn to create bags from various types
of papers and materials, including cocoon
strippings, linen, fax, merino, paper clay,
and Translucent Liquid Sculpey. Included
are step-by-step instructions, beautiful
photos, and tips for personalizing.
Paperback, 8½ × 10¾, 128 pages
100 photographs
ISBN: 978-1-59668-051-7
$24.95, PC: 07FA3
Art Cloth
A Guide to Surface
Design for Fabric
Jane Dunnewold
Create stunning cloth. Following Jane’s
techniques with step-by-step photography,
readers will learn to create art cloth using
dyes, color-removing agents, paints, and
foils—combined through processes that
include silk-screen printing, stamping,
stenciling, and handpainting.
Paperback, 8½ × 10¼, 160 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-195-8
$26.95, PC: 10QM01
Color on Color
Elegant Designs to Stitch
Janet Haigh
Tis book ofers frst-time stitchers and
experienced embroiderers alike a hands-
on guide for embellishing garments and
accessories with a marvelous palette of colors.
Combine handworked embroidery, exquisite
natural fbers, and several cross-craft
techniques to create twelve striking projects
for wear or for home décor.
Paperback with flaps, 8⅜ × 10, 112 pages 38
color photographs, 11 charts
168 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-931499-85-9
$21.95, PC: 05NW3
Freestyle Machine
Techniques and
Inspiration for Fiber Art
Carol Shinn
Explore the possibilities of freestyle machine
embroidery, its application for quilting
and fber art with this technique, and an
inspiration guide for all skill levels.
Paperback, 8½ × 10¼, 176 pages
250 photographs, 20 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-042-5
$29.95, PC: 08FA1
Mi xed Mania
Recipes for Delicious
Mixed-Media Creations
Debbi Crane and Cheryl Prater
Mixed Mania features more than twenty
smart and sassy mixed-media projects
divided like a cookbook into appetizers,
main courses, and sweet treats for a fresh
perspective on the craft.
Paperback, 8½ × 10¼, 128 pages
150 photographs
ISBN: 978-1-59668-084-5
$22.95, PC: 08QM02
Mi xed-Media Self-Portraits
Inspiration & Techniques
Cate Coulacos Prato
Explore creative self-portraits through
exercises, essays, and gallery art. Readers will
fnd inspiration plus mixed-media, collage,
and fber-arts techniques.
Paperback, 8½ × 10¼, 128 pages
100 photographs
ISBN: 978-159668-082-1
$22.95, PC: 08QM03
Mi xed Media Explorations
Blending Paper, Fabric and
Embellishment to Create
Inspired Designs
Beryl Taylor
Renowned mixed-media artist Beryl Taylor
shows how surprisingly easy and fun it
can be to turn fabric, paper, stitch, and
embellishment into unique pieces of artwork.
Paperback, 8½ × 11½, 112 pages
ISBN: 978-0-9766928-2-9
$27.99, PC: 07QM1
Printmaking +
Mi xed Media
Simple Techniques for
Paper and Fabric
Dorit Elisha
Learn simple printmaking techniques and
how to incorporate printed images into
mixed-media artwork on paper and fabric, a
twist on traditional methods.
Paperback, 8½ × 10¼, 120 pages
250 photographs
ISBN: 978-1-59668-095-1
$22.95, PC: 09QM01
Stitch Alchemy
Combining Fabric and Paper
for Mixed-Media Art
Kelli Perkins
Combine two hot trends for a mixed-media
sensation! Blend the versatility of paper
with the dimensional qualities of cloth with
“paper-cloth” that can be easily transformed
into collaged quilts.
Paperback, 8½ × 10¼
136 pages, 200 photographs
ISBN: 978-1-59668-113-2
$22.95, PC: 09QM04
The Surface
Designer’s Handbook
Dyeing, Printing, Painting,
and Creating Resists on Fabric
Holly Brackmann
A wealth of information of dyeing and
surface design not found in any other book
currently in print.
Hardcover with concealed wire-o,
8½ × 11, 144 pages
240 photographs and 5 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-931499-90-3
$29.95, PC: 06FA1
Customizing Cool Clothes
From Dull to Divine in
30 Projects
Kate Haxell
Personalize your favorite fashions. Learn to
transform an inexpensive, mass-produced
garment into a designer original using simple
materials and tools.
Paperback, 8¼ × 10¼
128 pages, 240 photographs
ISBN: 978-1-59668-015-9
$21.95, PC: 06FA3
17 Innovative Sewing Projects
that Make Fabric the Star
Susan Wasinger
Tis innovative how-to book uses classic
and modern techniques to create interesting
custom fabrics for more than seventeen fun
and useful projects, including surface designs
and innovative fabric construction.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 128 pages
300 photographs, 50 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-094-4
$22.95, PC: 09SW01
I Love Patchwork
25 Irresistible Zakka
Projects to Sew
Rashida Coleman-Hale
Tis modern approach to sewing showcases
sophisticated patchwork projects in the
popular Japanese zakka style—the art
of seeing the savvy in the ordinary and
mundane—by combining linen and print
fabrics using simple quilting techniques.
Paperback with flaps, 8½ × 9,
144 pages, 150 illustrations
150 photographs
ISBN: 978-1-59668-142-2
$24.95, PC: 09SW02
49 Sensational Skirts
Creative Embellishment Ideas
for One-of-a Kind Designs
Alison Willoughby
Make head-turning, show-stopping skirts
(plus a cheeky mini-skirt!) using simple
sewing techniques and inexpensive, readily
available materials. Contains a handy bound-
in pattern template.
Paperback, 7½ × 9¾, 128 pages
700 photographs
ISBN: 978-1-59668-061-6
$24.95, PC: 08FA2
Sew Liberated
20 Stylish Projects
for the Modern Sewist
Meg McElwee
Meg McElwee, author of the popular Sew
Liberated blog and boutique sewing pattern
line, teaches how to transform sewing by
adding personal touches with appliqué
details combined with embroidery, beadwork,
buttons, ribbons, and more.
Paperback with 4-page pattern insert
8½ × 10¼, 144 pages
160 illustrations, 120 photographs
ISBN: 978-1-59668-161-3
$24.95, PC: 09SW03
Carry Me
20 Boutique Bags to Sew
Yuka Koshizen
Create sophisticated handbags with this
step-by-step guide featuring unique design
sensibility and clever projects. Using simple
but beautiful materials and basic sewing
skills, crafters can create twenty
stunning bags.
Paperback, 7½ × 9½, 112 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-184-2
$19.95, PC: 09SW06
Stitch Graffiti
Unexpected Cross-Stitch
Heather Holland-Daly
Te next generation of stitching has arrived
with this playful collection of twenty-six
cross-stitch designs divided into “grafti,”
“tattoos,” and “stuf” for a playful and
lighthearted approach to the craft.
Paperback, 8½ × 10¼, 112 pages
60 photographs, 30 charts
30 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-045-6
$21.95, PC: 08NW01
Stitchy Kitty Fuzzy Puppy
60 Motifs to Stitch Everywhere
Ayako Otsuka
Add adorable cat and dog motifs to just
about anything with this step-by-step
embroidery guide.
Paperback, 8¼ × 10¼, 120 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-183-5
$19.95, PC: 09SW05
The story behind Weldon’s
In the late 1800s, a company in England called Weldon’s ofered monthly newsletters that featured needlework
patterns and instructions for projects. Later, the company inaugurated a series of books titled Weldon’s Practical
Needlework, each volume consisting of twelve issues of newsletters bound with a cloth cover. Every book is flled
with hundreds of vintage projects, illustrations, information on little-known techniques, fashion as it was at the
turn of the twentieth century, and brief histories of needlework. Te books open a window to another time and
place. Perfect for collecting.
All volumes are hardbound · 9 × 12 · 152 pages, with black-and-white illustrations
$30.00 each volume *Note: Volumes 1 & 3 are no longer available.
Weldon’s Practical Needlework: Volume 12
From PieceWork magazine, Volume 12 is chock-full of knitted and crocheted garments, including
socks, doilies, toys, insertions, and household items. One entire section is devoted to what
Victorians called waistcoats, which we refer to as vests. To add some spice, beautiful white-on-white
Mountmellick embroidery, drawn-thread work, and smocking are also included.
ISBN: 978-1-931499-78-1 · $30.00
Sew Me, Love Me
Best Stuffed Friends to Make
Hsiu-Lan Kuei
Make twelve endearing fabric “stufes”
perfect for gifting or keeping, complete
with accessories.
Paperback, 8 × 10, 144 pages
120 photographs with bound-in
pattern templates
ISBN: 978-1-59668-182-8
$19.95, PC: 09SW04
Volume 2 · ISBN: 978-1-883010-82-9, PC: P9992
Volume 4 · ISBN: 978-1-883010-94-2, PC: WNIV
Volume 5 · ISBN: 978-1-883010-95-9, PC: WNV
Volume 6 · ISBN: 978-1-883010-96-6, PC: NW021
Volume 7 · ISBN: 978-1-931499-18-7 , PC: 02NW3
Volume 8 · ISBN: 978-1-931499-29-3, PC: 03NW1
Volume 9 · ISBN: 978-1-931499-30-9, PC: 03NW2
Volume 10 · ISBN: 978-1-931499-48-4, PC: 04NW1
Volume 11 · ISBN: 978-1-931499-49-1, PC: 04NW2
Interweave Knits
Interweave Knits magazine ofers innovative, stylish, and inspirational designs by well-known names
in the knitting industry. From simple socks to elaborate knitted jackets and shawls, each issue
features over twenty patterns knit in today’s yarns and color choices for everyday wear to professional
styles. Plus, each issues features quick tips and in-depth tutorials for basic to advanced knitting
techniques. Edited by host of Knitting Daily TV, Eunny Jang brings a sophisticated, modern look
to knitwear that ofers readers successful knitting patterns with step-by-step instructions, beautiful
photography, and charts and illustrations for more advanced projects. With a pulse on the knitting
community and noteworthy news and views on knitting, this magazine has been popular with
knitters of all ages throughout the world.
$6.99 each · 4× / year
Interweave Crochet
Interweave Crochet has been recognized as a consumer favorite crochet magazine for its insightful
articles, valuable tips and techniques, relevant crochet news, and abundance of fashionable
projects by well-known and respected crochet designers featured in each issue. Edited by Marcy
Smith, Interweave Crochet ofers an innovative, stylish look at crochet far beyond the afghan.
With more than twenty patterns per issue featuring modern yarns and color palettes, readers are
given every opportunity to improve and learn new crochet skills with step-by-step instructions,
charts, and illustrations for guaranteed success. Patterns range from easy-to-crochet accessories
for beginners to advanced lace projects and garments.
$6.99 each · 4× / year
NOW PUBLISHED QUARTERLY! Knitscene magazine’s fun and creative vibe focuses on
easy to intermediate knitting projects for the spirited knitter. With “knitspottings” of knitwear
on the street, newsworthy articles, valuable tips and informative technical instruction, this
special issue magazine also features over twenty projects by top-notch knitwear designers in
each issue that echo what it means to be a knitter. Edited by Lisa Shroyer, Knitscene magazine
is an accessible project magazine of innovative design elements, fun details, great frst-projects
to tackle, and wearable, stylish projects from city-worthy berets and fngerless mitts to comfy
sweaters to cozy up in!
$7.99 / each · Now 4× / year
Quilting Arts
Quilting Arts Magazine covers a wide range of skills, includes exceptional how-to articles,
profles artists, features guest teachers, and explores contemporary textile works, surface design,
embellishments, and motifs. Addressing the interests of the contemporary quilter, fber artist,
art quilter, embellished quilter, and wearable-art artist, Quilting Arts starts where traditional
quilting leaves of.
In each issue the quilt artist will fnd the most innovative art quilting techniques, tips and
tutorials on machine stitching, and profles of contemporary quilt artists from around the world.
Quilting Arts also explores creative ways of incorporating unusual fabrics, threads, beads, and
embellishments into the project design in each issue.
$7.99 · 6× / year
Cloth Paper Scissors
Cloth Paper Scissors covers all types of fber arts and collage work, including mixed media,
assemblage, altered books, art dolls, visual art journals, rubber stamping, creative embroidery,
and book arts. For the beginning artist/crafter as well as the advanced, Cloth Paper Scissors has
a playful, positive tone, encouraging its readers to try new techniques and share their work and
expertise with a greater audience.
Bringing its readers today’s leading talented artists and authors and poignant stories behind
them, CPS also provides the highest quality studio photography showcasing the latest
techniques and project ideas.
$7.99 · 6× / year
Handwoven is more than a collection of enticing projects—it’s a textile travelogue, pattern book,
show catalog, weave structure textbook, and a resource for flling shelves with yarns, books, and
interesting tools. It’s the premier go-to source for everyone interested in weaving, from beginners
to seasoned professionals alike. In addition to introducing top weaving experts from around the
world with new innovations and creative ideas, each issue ofers the latest news on the weaving
world, looms and supplies, patterns, tips, and techniques.
$7.99 · 5× / year
PieceWork celebrates and honors the handwork of our heritage with well-researched and deeply
human stories, along with hands-on projects that cover embroidery, needlepoint, cross-stitch,
knitting, lace making, crochet, beadwork, and other needlework techniques. Anyone with a
passion for historical work and intriguing stories and techniques, will love PieceWork. Each
issue explores the personal stories of traditional makers, what they made, and how they made
their creations, and investigates how specifc objects were crafted and the stories behind them. 
In-depth how-to techniques and step-by-step projects make the traditions come alive for today’s
knitters, embroiderers, lacemakers, and crocheters.  
$6.99 · 6× / year
Spin-Of is there, every spin of the way, with tips and techniques for beginner to advanced
spinners on all aspects of spinning, from choosing the right wheel to understanding the basics
of selecting, preparing, and spinning fbers. Spin-Of contains articles about the ancient and
thriving craft of spinning. Each issue spotlights spinners sharing their knowledge and experience
and shows all the wonderful things that can be made with handmade yarn. Handspinners
are a unique crowd—incredibly self-sufcient and resourceful—spinners can seemingly make
something out of nothing or yarn out of fuzz. Passionate about making things from scratch,
spinners never tire of learning about the intricacies of their craft—they want to know where the
fber came from, the history, how to use it most efectively, and where to buy it.
$7.99 · 4× / year
Fiberarts is the world’s leading textile-art magazine. In addition to showcasing contemporary
fber arts and artists, it documents trends and explores new developments in the feld. It provides
inspiration, information, and resources on innovative, rather than traditional, approaches to
surface design, sculpture, wearable art, beadwork, quilting, tapestry, wall hangings, needlework,
papermaking, and basketry. Fiberarts features the latest in news and updates from around the
world, previews and reviews of key events and exhibits, profles of recognized and emerging artists,
upcoming competitions, opportunities and resources, and more.
$7.99 · 4× / year
Interweave Knits
Weekend · Special Issue
Te frst-ever extra-large special issue of Interweave Knits
Weekend features more wearable projects than ever! From
the editors of Interweave Knits magazine, this special issue
focuses on knitting as a lifestyle with tips and techniques
for learning about the craft knitters love. With a focus on
the every day, patterns featured in this special issue include
home décor ideas, knits for the whole family, casual and
classy sweaters, accessories for friends, and more—all
designed by top names in the knitting industry that know
what it means to have a passion for knitting!
$14.99 · 1× / year
Available Fall 2011
Interweave Knits
Holiday Gifts · Special Issue
With a focus on handknits for the holidays, this
immensely popular special issue always sells out in record
time! From the editors of Interweave Knits magazine,
Interweave Knits Holiday Gifts features quick-to-knit and
stash-busting projects for last-minute gift ideas, projects
of heirloom quality to be passed down from generation
to generation, fun ways to decorate your home with yarn,
and more. Featuring tips and techniques and patterns
from well-known knitwear designers, this special issue has
something for every member of the family, friends, and
even for knitters to make for themselves this upcoming
holiday season!
$14.99 · 1× / year
Available Winter 2011
Knit.wear · Special Issue
Te newest special issue from editors of Interweave Knits
magazine, Knit.wear focuses on simple and innovative
knitwear designs for casual to professional wardrobes.
With the idea that simple design elements can make all
the diference, the patterns featured in this special issue
ofer thoughtful, stylish approaches to knitwear that
is easy to knit and easy to wear, with classic, timeless
appeal. Featuring valuable tips and techniques and top-
notch industry-leading designers, this special issue is an
approachable look at modern knitwear for all skill levels.
$14.99 · 1× / year
Available Fall 2011
Interweave Knits
Accessories · Special Issue
Tis super-sized special issue from the editors of Interweave
Knits magazine focuses on handknit accessories—from
socks and hats in varying sizes, small purses to carryalls
and handbags to great wraps, scarves, and more. Interweave
Knits Accessories includes projects that are quick-to-knit,
basic for beginners, to more elaborate accessory patterns
for intermediate to advanced skill levels. Featuring patterns
designed by the today’s leading knitwear designers, this
special issue also elaborates on tips and techniques specifc
to creating the accessory patterns seen in this issue.
$14.99 · 1× / year
Available Fall 2011
Interweave Crochet
Accessories · Special Issue
Interweave Crochet Accessories is an extra-large special issue
devoted to crocheting decorative, unique, and classic
accessory patterns. From basic projects that are easily
crocheted in one evening to more sophisticated and advanced
projects, this issue features patterns for hats, socks, scarves,
bags, wraps, and more. Fun crochet motifs also create great
jewelry pieces when made with thin yarns, and Interweave
Crochet Accessories includes these patterns that are friendly
year-round. Edited by the staf of Interweave Crochet
magazine, this special issue also showcases valuable crochet
techniques and informative articles for successful crocheting.
$14.99 · 1× / year
Available Fall 2011
Cloth Paper Scissors
Gifts · Bookazine
Cloth Paper Scissors Gifts 2011 is the second annual project-
packed 148-page special issue. Cloth Paper Scissors Gifts is
loaded with the latest in mixed-media, collage, encaustic,
assemblage, and paper art techniques and trends for creating
gifts, not just for the holidays but all year long. For those
dedicated to making eco-friendly gifts, many of the projects
feature recycled and repurposed supplies or projects that
require supplies that are common to the artist’s stash.
Featured artists and exquisite photography make this special
issue appealing to mixed-media and sewing artists and quilters.
$14.99 · 1× / year
Available October 2011
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Quilting Arts Gifts · Bookazine
Quilting Arts Gifts contains a whopping 148 pages packed
full of quilting and fber-arts projects, techniques, tools, and
tips from favorite quilt and mixed-media artists. Featuring
festive must-do gift and décor projects, tools and gadgets
every quilt artist will covet, and fun and unique wearables,
there is something for artists of all skill levels.
Once again, this special issue will feature a wide range
of articles, from fnish-in-a-day ideas to more elaborate
projects. Project ideas are not limited to the holiday season
and make ideal handmade gifts for anniversaries, birthdays,
and graduations.
$14.99 · 1× / year
Available September 2011
International Quilt Festival:
Quilt Scene · Bookazine
International Quilt Festival: Quilt Scene - Tis special issue
from Quilting Arts Magazine captures the energy, beauty,
and community of today’s quilt scene. Tis 148-page super
special issue appeals to quilters of all ages and abilities
from around the world who want to make beautiful quilted
projects. It provides the latest information on people on
today’s quilt scene, new techniques, and award-wining
quilts. In addition to featuring gallery-style articles, artist
profles, and inspiring quilted projects, the magazine
celebrates the past, present, and future of the International
Quilt Festival.
International Quilt Festival: Quilt Scene is a groundbreaking
collaboration between Quilts Inc., and Quilting Arts
Magazine and appeals to a broad range of quilters.
$14.99 · 1× / year
Available October 2011
Studios · Bookazine
Cloth Paper Scissors brings you this super-size special issue
dedicated to creating beautiful, inviting, unique, and
functional studios for making collages, quilts, handmade
books, and other types of fber and mixed-media art. Tis
magazine is like a spa for the creative soul, inspiring readers
to create a splendorous yet functional space that they’ll
want to dwell and create in.
Each issue includes organization tips, features artists’ studios,
studio furniture ideas, and budget storage solutions. Also
featured in every issue are close-up vibrant photos of the best
ways to store and showcase fabrics, threads, embellishments,
yarns, beads, papers, rubber stamps, and more.
$14.99 · 4× / year
Available March – June – September – December 2011
Stitch · Bookazine
All about creating with fabric and thread, Stitch ofers
a fresh perspective on sewing. It’s loaded with clever
projects and modern designs for the reader’s wardrobe,
home, accessories, and gifts. A focus on projects with
outstanding design will inspire readers to expand their
sewing creativity. With beautiful photography and a
contemporary design aesthetic, Stitch speaks to a new
generation of sewing enthusiasts.
Each 148-page issue features more than thirty projects—
both trendy and classic, step-by-step instructions, chats
with inspiring designers, and the latest in sewing notions,
fabrics and patterns.
$14.99 · 4× / year
Available January – April – July – October 2011
101 Patchwork Projects · Super Bookazine
101 Patchwork Projects is a groundbreaking super-size
publication packed with ideas for today’s quilter looking
to create quick and stylish items with the latest fabrics and
a modern-day appeal. Tis 198-page special issue features
patchwork projects of every kind, including home décor,
accessories, and wearables. From full-size bed quilts to
patchwork scarves, slippers, bulletin boards, and key chains,
innovative sewers will surely fnd something that suits their
taste. Te contemporary and fresh aesthetic of these projects
pays tribute to the modern revival of patchwork, integrating
traditional and innovative techniques to create items that
are tasteful and unique, and that will appeal to every
generation of sewing and patchwork enthusiasts.
$19.99 · 1× / year
Available April 2011
Knitting Traditions · Bookazine
PieceWork presents a project-packed special issue that takes
readers on an adventure around the world and across the
centuries to spotlight knitting’s rich historical context.
Knitting Traditions seeks out the best designs, the most
interesting techniques, and the most curious stories. It even
includes explorations through time since the invention of
knitting needles. Tis beautifully photographed collection
has timeless projects that knitters will love, each focusing
on lace, color, texture, and technique.
$14.99 · 2× / year
Available February – September 2011
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Knit & Spin · Bookazine
Packed with exciting projects, great how-to information,
and rich inspiration, Knit & Spin entices the avid knitter
with tantalizing projects and techniques to try and takes
the beginning spinner by the hand and leads them to
success. It’s the best of two hot craft trends—knitting
and spinning. Knit &Spin provides thirty exciting
projects for knitters and spinners at every level of mastery,
from socks and caps to sweaters, afghans, and more. It
includes yarn substitution guides for those who don’t
want to spin their own, a step-by-step guide to getting
started spinning, and more!
$14.99 · 1× / year
Available May 2011
Jane Austen Knits · Bookazine
Jane Austen Knits features thirty-six projects inspired
by Jane Austen’s literature and flms. Jane Austen’s
time-honored literature inspires knitter’s to engage in a
simpler lifestyle where quiet refective moments are spent
sipping tea and making things by hand. While many
of the featured projects are knitted, other crafts such as
embroidery, quilting, sewing, crocheting, tatting, beading,
spinning, and weaving are covered as well. Tis beautifully
photographed bookazine refects on a time when it was
considered acceptable to spend a day embroidering on linen,
when domestic crafts were honored and cherished.
$14.99 · 1× / year
Available June 2011
Crochet Traditions · Bookazine
Tis 148-page special publication from PieceWork magazine,
explores the rich variety and techniques of crochet with
more than forty-three projects for doilies, pillows, purses
and bags, and a collection of foral edgings. A companion
story frames each project in its cultural or historical context.
In addition to this beautiful treasury of tradition and design,
crocheters from novice to advanced will love the special
focus on techniques, ranging from Irish crochet lace and
tapestry crochet to flet crochet.
$14.99 · 1× / year
Available August 2011
Interact with Interweave Knits magazine!
With these collection CDs, readers can enjoy all four issues of Interweave Knits exactly as they were printed: Spring,
Summer, Fall, and Winter editions. Te full-color electronic versions of these magazines include easy-to-navigate
table of contents, easy-to-print out patterns, informative articles, designer profles, and all the tips and techniques that
Interweave Knits is known for.
$19.99 / each
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Interweave Knits 2007 Collection CD · Product code: 08KN22 · ISBN: 978-1-59668-160-6
Interweave Knits 2006 Collection CD · Product code: 08KN21 · ISBN: 978-1-59668-159-0
Interweave Knits 2005 Collection CD · Product code: 08KN20 · ISBN: 978-1-59668-158-3
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Coming Soon:
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Interweave Knits 2009 Collection CD · Product code: 11KN16 · ISBN: 978-1-59668-567-3 · Available February 2011
Interweave Knits 2010 Collection CD · Product code: 11KN11 · ISBN: 978-1-59668-487-4 · Available June 2011
Enjoy special issues of Knitscene magazine, now in full-color
electronic collections. Tese special issues are devoted to
doable projects for the fber enthusiast. Each CD collection
features four special issues, including popular sold-out
issues such as the premier 2005 edition.
Knitscene 2005/2007 Collection CD
$19.99 · Product code: 10KN29 · ISBN: 978-1-59668-321-1
Knitscene 2007/2009 Collection CD
$19.99 · Product code: 10KN30 · ISBN: 978-1-59668-322-8
Enjoy these full-color electronic versions of Interweave Crochet
exactly how they were printed, including the sold-out premier
issue! Tese electronic versions include easy-to-navigate table of
contents, easy-to-print patterns, informative articles, designer
profles, tips and techniques, and more!
Interweave Crochet 2004/2006 Collection CD
$19.99 · Product code: 10CR03 · ISBN: 978-1-59668-293-1
Interweave Crochet 2006/2007 Collection CD
$19.99 · Product code: 10CR04 · ISBN: 978-1-59668-294-8
Coming Soon
Interweave Crochet 2008 Collection CD
$19.95 · Product code: 11CR08 · ISBN: 978-1-59668-551-2
Available June 2011
Interweave Crochet 2009 Collection CD
$19.95 · Product code: 11CR09 · ISBN: 978-1-5668-552-9
Available June 2011
Tese collections provide the high-quality content and stunning photography that the magazines are famous for on one space-
saving CD. Tese easy-to-use CDs refect the issues exactly as they were printed in those years. Techniques and featured artists
can be found through the easy-to-navigate table of contents or the handy search function.
Cloth Paper Scissors 2008 Collection CD · Product code: 10QM07 · ISBN: 978-159668-331-0 · $19.99
Cloth Paper Scissors 2006/2007 Collection CD · Product code: 10QM20 · ISBN: 978-1-59668-389-1 · $29.99
Coming Soon
Cloth Paper Scissors 2004/2005 Collection CD · Product code: 11QM09 · ISBN: 978-1-59668-400-3 · $29.99
Available February 2011
Quilting Arts 2008 Collection CD · Product code: 10QM06 · ISBN: 978-1-59668-347-1 · $19.99
Quilting Arts 2006/2007 Collection CD · Product code: 10QM19 · ISBN: 978-1-59668-388-4 · $29.99
Coming Soon
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Available February 2011
Get hours and hours of inspiration at your fingertips. These CD collections provide the high-quality
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Fiberarts 2008 Collection CD · $19.99 · Product code: 10FA02 · ISBN: 978-1-59668-348-8
Handwoven 2005 Collection CD · $19.99 · Product code: 11WV03 · ISBN: 978-1-59668-380-8 · New
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PieceWork 2004-2005 Collection CD · $29.99 · Product code: 11NW01 · ISBN: 978-1-59668-343-3 · New
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Spin-Off 2005 Collection CD · $19.99 · Product code: 11SP05 · ISBN: 978-1-59668-465-2 · New
Spin-Off 2006-2007 Collection CD · $29.99 · Product code: 10SP11 · ISBN: 978-1-59668-365-5 · New
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Interweave Knits 2012 Wall Calendar
Display a passion for knitting 365 days a year with the
2012 Interweave Knits wall calendar. From the editors of
Interweave Knits magazine, the high-quality tips, techniques,
and patterns shown in this 12-month calendar are a great
way to stay inspired year-round.
Product code: IM0016
ISBN: 978-1-59668-518-5
Available July 2011
Crochet Me Amigurumi 2012 Wall Calendar
We heart amigurumi. Tese intensely cute dolls can bring a
smile to even the most curmudgeonly of I-hate-Mondayers.
So how great would it be to see a sweet amigurumi every
month for a year? Te 2012 Crochet Me wall calendar
ofers you just that, with amigurumi designs submitted
by members of the online community. Including fun
photography and patterns for each doll, this calendar is a
sure way to enjoy crochet all year long.
Product code: IM0017
ISBN: 978-1-59668-519-2
Available July 2011
Cloth Paper Scissors 2012 Wall Calendar
“On the Street Where You Live” is the theme for the Cloth
Paper Scissors magazine’s 2012 calendar. Winning entries
feature amazing mixed-media creations of homes, streets,
neighborhoods, and all things wondrous and imaginative
about the streets where they live.
Product code: IM0019
ISBN: 978-1-59668-521-5
Available July 2011
Quilting Arts 2012 Wall Calendar
Quilting Arts 2012 Calendar’s theme “Feeling Pet-ty”
features winning entries submitted by readers. Fabulous
creations of stitch, fabric, fber, and embellishments feature
favorite animal friends. Te thirteen unique winning
submissions celebrate the animal kingdom, both domestic
and wild in this colorful wall calendar.
Product code: IM0018
ISBN: 978-1-59668-520-8
Available July 2011
Handwoven 2012 Wall Calendar
Featuring glorious photographs of winning pieces from the
Handwoven Calendar Study Groups, Handwoven’s 2012
calendar is eye candy for weavers! From texture weaves
to shadow weave to doubleweave and more, every month
showcases the best handwoven project from each group. All
weaving-related events, conferences, and special days are
marked as well as interesting tidbits from weaving history.
Product Code: IM0020
ISBN: 978-1-59668-522-2
Available July 2011
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2012 2012
Knitting Daily TV DVDs
Knitting Daily TV is a how-to program on public television that brings yarn and fber center stage. Join host Eunny Jang
and experts Shay Pendray and Kristin Omdahl every week as they cover a variety of needle crafts—from knitting and
crochet to stitching, felting, spinning, and weaving—and guide viewers in learning to make fun yet stylish knitwear
patterns and projects. Download free patterns, meet trendsetting knit and crochet designers, and improve or learn new
skills and techniques.
Each series features a 4-DVD set of all 13 episodes $39.99 / each
Knitting Daily TV Series 100 ∙ Product Code: 08KN18 ∙ ISBN: 978-1-59668-117-0
Knitting Daily TV Series 200 ∙ Product Code: 09KN14 ∙ ISBN: 978-1-59668-165-1
Knitting Daily TV Series 300 ∙ Product Code: 09KN16 ∙ ISBN: 978-1-59668-206-1
Knitting Daily TV Series 400 ∙ Product Code: 10KN14 ∙ ISBN: 978-1-59668-254-2
Knitting Daily TV Series 500 ∙ Product Code: 10KN27 ∙ ISBN: 978-1-59668-319-8
Knitting Daily TV Series 600 ∙ Product Code: 11KN14 ∙ ISBN: 978-1-59668-565-9 
Coming Soon:
Knitting Daily TV Series 700 ∙ Available July 2011 ∙ Product Code: 11KN15 ∙ ISBN: 978-1-59668-566-6 
Series 400
Episodes 1-13
Join knitting expert
Eunny Jang on
Knitting Daily TV,
where yarn and fiber
take center stage.
make time for yarn ever y day
Classic to Creative
Knit Cables with
Kathy Zimmerman
Host: Kathy Zimmerman
Learn basic to innovative cable knitting
techniques with Te Queen of Cables,
Kathy Zimmerman. Free patterns for the
Deep Creek Scarf and Princess Pullover are
included with this DVD.
Product Code: 09KN19
ISBN: 978-1-59668-229-0
Run time approx.: 66 min • Disks: 1
Getting Started Knitting,
Basics and Beyond
with Eunny Jang
Host: Kathy Zimmerman
A great reference DVD for all knitters, on
this workshop DVD Eunny shares her
expertise for beginning to advanced knitting
techniques, quick fxes, and even tips and
tricks for designing original knitwear.
Product Code: 10KN34
ISBN: 978-1-59668-436-2
Run time approx.: 167 min • Disks: 1
Knitting Creative Details,
Designing Original
Knitwear with Vicki Square
Host: Vicki Square
With over two hours of knitting how-to
discussions and demonstrations, best-selling
author and designer Vicki Square walks you
through the process of designing your own
knitwear with attention to the details. Plus,
practice these techniques with three free
patterns included with this DVD.
Product code: 10KN32
ISBN: 978-1-59668-325-9
Run time approx.: 131 min • Disks: 1
Knitting from the Top Down
with Wendy Bernard
Host: Wendy Bernard
Top down knitting is easy with knitwear designer
Wendy Bernard! Learn to make a raglan pullover
and set-in sleeve cardigan starting with the
neckline. Wendy’s patterns for these sweaters are
free with purchase of this DVD.
Product code: 10KN31
ISBN: 978-1-59668-324-2
Run time approx.: 60 min • Disks: 1
Introduction to Fair Isle:
The Ivy League Vest with
Eunny Jang
Host: Eunny Jang
Learn to master knitting Fair Isle with
Eunny Jang, host of Knitting Daily TV and
editor of Interweave Knits magazine. She
walks you through important Fair Isle basics
and the pattern for her popular Ivy League
Vest, free with purchase of this DVD.
Product Code: 09KN18
ISBN: 978-1-59668-228-3
Run time approx.: 54 min • Disks: 1
Inside Intarsia
with Anne Berk
Host: Anne Berk
Learn all the ins-and-outs of intarsia
knitting with expert Anne Berk, including
how to knit intarsia in the round, fx intarsia
mistakes, and more. Free patterns for the
cofee cozy and colorful beret are included.
Product code: 10KN26
ISBN: 978-1-59668-318-1
Run time approx.: 60 min • Disks: 1
Knitted Lace of
Estonia DVD
Host: Nancy Bush
Te distinctive and elegant designs of Nancy
Bush’s Knitted Lace of Estonia are brought
to life as Nancy ofers valuable and unique
techniques for making traditional and
modern Estonian lace scarves and shawls.
Product code: 10KN33
ISBN: 978-1-59668-327-3
Run time approx.: 60 min • Disks: 1
Crochet Me Workshop:
Crochet Corner
with Kristin Omdahl
A compilation of Kristin Omdahl's crochet
corner segments shown on Knitting Daily
TV are compiled for easy reference. From
basic to advanced crochet techniques, this
video includes over two hours of step-by-step
instruction and access to free patterns.
Product code: 11CR06
ISBN: 978-1-59668-301-3
Run time approx.: 109 min • Disks: 1
Available January 2011
Crochet Me Workshop:
Innovative Crochet:
Motifs with Kristin Omdahl
Host: Kristin Omdahl
Learn to master crochet motifs with this
video workshop featuring designer, author,
and crochet expert for Knitting Daily TV
Kristin Omdahl. Plus, practice with Kristin’s
free pattern for the Stella shawl.
Host: Kristin Omdahl
Product code: 09CR04
ISBN: 978-1-59668-253-5
Run time approx.: 64 min • Disks: 1
Knitting Daily Workshop:
Color for Knitters
with Laura Bryant
Stay tuned for more knit and crochet
workshops from top-name designers Vivian
Hoxbro, Lily Chin, and Robyn Chachula
this spring and summer 2011!
Product code: 11KN10
ISBN: 978-1-59668-484-3 
Run time: TBD • Disks: 1
Available February 2011
The Knitter’s
Companion DVD
Host: Vicki Square
On this 2-disc set, Vicki Square shares every
technique featured in her best-selling book
Knitter’s Companion Deluxe Edition. Tis
extended DVD gives knitters everything
they need to fnd success with every
skein. At more than fve hours of detailed
instructional footage, this is an indispensible
addition to any knitter’s DVD collection.
Product code: 10KN24
ISBN: 978-1-59668-317-4
Run time approx.: 320 min • Disks: 2
DVDs coming
Drawn to Pen and Ink:
Imagery for Art Quilts
Host: Catherine Nicholls
Catherine Nicholls teaches easy steps to
turn images into drawings on fabric.
Product code: 09QM11
ISBN: 978-1-59668-190-3
Run time approx.: 61 min • Disks: 1
Adventures in
Surface Design:
Screen Printing & Beyond
Host: Kerr Grabowski
Kerr Grabowski demonstrates basic
strategies for quick and successful
surface design.
Product code: 10QM22
ISBN: 978-1-59668-392-1
Run time approx.: 61 min • Disks: 1
Art Quilt Design:
Strategies for Success
Host: Carol Taylor
Carol Taylor teaches how to work with
textured fabrics of all kinds to create
wall hangings.
Product code: 09QM16
ISBN: 978-1-59668-243-6
Run time approx.: 56 min • Disks: 1
Design, Paint & Stitch:
Wholecloth Quilts
from Start to Finish
Host: Judy Coates Perez
Judy Coates Perez shows various
steps to create an art quilt.
Product code: 10QM23
ISBN: 978-1-59668-393-8
Run time approx.: 61 min • Disks: 1
Expression Session:
Creating Vivid Mixed-Media
Host: Alisa Burke
Alisa Burke creates mixed-media fabric
with a variety of supplies and techniques.
Product code: 09QM07
ISBN: 978-1-59668-186-6
Run time approx.: 62 min • Disks: 1
Making Faces:
Beginning and
Advanced Portraits
Host: Maria Elkins
Maria Elkins teaches how to create
dramatic fabric portraits for art quilts.
Product code: 09QM09
ISBN: 978-1-59668-1880-0
Run time approx.: 76 min • Disks: 1
Master Machine Quilting:
Free-motion Stitching
and Thread Sketching
Host: Susan Brubaker Knapp
Susan Brubaker Knapp teaches the basics of
free-motion machine stitching.
Product code: 09QM15
ISBN: 978-1-59668-242-9
Run time approx.: 57 min • Disks: 1
Mi xed-Media Art Quilts
Host: Beryl Taylor and Pokey Bolton
Beryl Taylor and Pokey Bolton explore new
approaches to mixed-media art quilts.
Product code: 10QM24
ISBN: 978-1-59668-394-5
Run time approx.: min • Disks: 1
Metal Embellishments:
Incorporating Wire, Mesh,
Metal Sheeting & More
into Fiber Arts
Host: Mary Hettmansperger
Mary Hettmansperger explores the concept
of incorporating metals on quilts.
Product code: 10QM09
ISBN: 978-1-59668-336-5
Run time approx.: 61 min • Disks: 1
Master Machine Stitching
Host: Susan Brubaker Knapp
Susan Brubaker Knapp teaches how to add
dimension, texture, and pattern to art quilts.
Product code: 10QM21
ISBN: 978-1-59668-391-4
Run time approx.: 76 min • Disks: 1
Print, Collage, Quilt:
Create Unique Art Quilts
Host: Melanie Testa
Melanie Testa shares techniques to create
wholecloth quilt tops.
Product code: 09QM13
ISBN: 978-1-59668-192-7
Run time approx.: 55 min • Disks: 1
Screen Printing Sampler:
4 Fun & Innovative Ways
to Make Artful Cloth
Host: Jane Dunnewold
Jane Dunnewold demonstrates four
temporary methods for adding designs
to a screen.
Product code: 10QM08
ISBN: 978-1-59668-335-8
Run time approx.: 60 min • Disks: 1
Surface Design
Sampler Platter
Host: Lyric Kinard
Lyric Kinard explores several fun and easy
surface design techniques.
Product code: 09QM10
ISBN: 978-1-59668-189-7
Run time approx.: 75 min • Disks: 1
Shape Shifting:
Using Shibori to Mimic Pieced
and Appliquéd Shapes
Host: Malka Dubrawsky
Malka Dubrawsky demonstrates a unique
shibori technique.
Product code: 09QM08
ISBN: 978-1-59668-187-3
Run time approx.: 46 min • Disks: 1
Stitch Imagery:
From Photo to Fabric Fun
Host: Kelli Perkins
Kelli Perkins shows how to create
fabric paintings from photos.
Product code: 09QM12
ISBN: 978-1-59668-191-0
Run time approx.: 62 min • Disks: 1
Encaustic Collage:
Layers with Beeswax
Host: Amy Stoner
Amy Stoner creates lush collages using rich-
smelling beeswax, papers, and fabric.
Product code: 10QM17
ISBN: 978-1-59668-384-6
Run time approx.: 60 min • Disks: 1
Low-Tech Metal Apps:
Wire, Foil, Mesh & Screen
Host: Mary Hettmansperger
Mary Hettmansperger teaches simple and
afordable low-tech metal applications.
Product code: 10QM25
ISBN: 978-1-59668-395-2
Run time approx.: 65 min • Disks: 1
Layer by Layer
Host: Beryl Taylor and Pokey Bolton
Beryl Taylor and Pokey Bolton provide an
up-close look at a variety of mixed-media
Product code: 09QM17
ISBN: 978-1-59668-244-3
Run time approx.: 60 min • Disks: 1
Make it Graphic:
Stencils, Silhouettes & More
Host: Linda Blinn
Linda Blinn shows how to combine luscious
new products for art projects.
Product code: 10QM14
ISBN: 978-1-59668-381-5
Run time approx.: 60 min • Disks: 1
Collage Fast & Furious
Host: Julie Fei-Fan Balzar
Julie Fei-Fan Balzer shares a compendium of
collage techniques.
Product code: 10QM13
ISBN: 978-1-59668-340-2
Run time approx.: 6o min • Disks: 1
Art Journaling:
Pages in Stages
Host: Dawn DeVries Sokol
Dawn DeVries Sokol provides her step-by-
step approach to art journaling.
Product code: 10QM16
ISBN: 978-1-59668-383-9
Run time approx.: 60 min • Disks: 1
Texture Transformation:
Stitch, Alter, Recycle
Host: Natalya Aikens
Natalya Aikens shows how to add
unique texture and incorporate recycled
materials into art.
Product code: 09QM19
ISBN: 978-1-59668-246-7
Run time approx.: 60 min • Disks: 1
Textures for Collage:
Build ‘em Up!
Host: Sue Pelletier
Sue Pelletier teaches techniques and
processes for adding a dimensional
quality to art.
Product code: 10QM15
ISBN: 978-1-59668-382-2
Run time approx.: 60 min • Disks: 1
Playful Paper Backgrounds
Host: Diana Trout
Diana Trout shares techniques for creating
delightful handmade papers.
Product code: 10QM18
ISBN: 978-1-59668-385-3
Run time approx.: 60 min • Disks: 1
Mi xed-Media Textile Art
Host: Susie Monday
Susie Monday demonstrates how to create
artful and original screen-printed fabrics.
Product code: 10QM10
ISBN: 978-1-59668-337-2
Run time approx.: 69 min • Disks: 1
Mi xed-Media Medley:
Explore the Possibilities
Host: Jenn Mason
Jenn Mason teaches mixed-media art
techniques from distressing surfaces to
Product code: 09QM18
ISBN: 978-1-59668-245-0
Run time approx.: 58 min • Disks: 1
d d dl
Quilting Arts TV DVDs
Hosted by Quilting Arts Magazines’s Founder and Editorial Director, Pokey Bolton, the Public Television series Quilting Arts
TV features many of today’s leading fber and mixed-media artists. QATV ofers fresh ideas for contemporary quilt design,
free-motion quilting demonstrations, surface design inspiration, and a variety of projects for art quilters of all skill levels.
Each Series includes 4 DVDs of all 13 episodes and nearly 13 hours of Quilting Arts TV.
$39.99 each
Quilting Arts TV Series 100 ∙ Product code: 08QM05 ∙ ISBN: 978-1-59668-103-3
Quilting Arts TV Series 200 ∙ Product code: 08QM06 ∙ ISBN: 978-1-59668-110-1
Quilting Arts TV Series 300 ∙ Product code: 09QM06 ∙ ISBN: 978-1-59668-164-4
Quilting Arts TV Series 400 ∙ Product code: 09QM14 ∙ ISBN: 978-1-59668-199-6
Quilting Arts TV Series 500 ∙ Product code: 10QM05 ∙ ISBN: 978-1-59668-329-7
Quilting Arts TV Series 600 ∙ Product code: 10QM12 ∙ ISBN: 978-1-59668-339-6
Quilting Arts TV Series 700 ∙ Product code: 10QM26 ∙ ISBN: 978-1-59668-396-9

Warping Your Loom
Host: Madelyn van der Hoogt
Madelyn van der Hoogt demonstrates
how to warp more smoothly, serenely, and
successfully with logical, easy-to-follow steps
that avoid the horrors of tangling, uneven
tension, and lost threads. From front to back,
back to front, bobbin to paddle to raddle,
Madelyn van der Hoogt’s no worry warping
techniques help ensure that every warp will
deliver a satisfying weaving experience.
Product code: 11WV02
ISBN: 978-1-59668-364-8
Run time approx.: 148 min · Disks: 2
Spinning for Lace
Host: Margaret Stove
Using high magnifcations of the fbers and
spun yarns, Margaret Stove explains just how
it all works. Beginning with a fne, crimpy
fber such as Merino wool, Margaret sorts,
washes, spins, plies, and fnishes wool and
blended yarns for lace knitting that has won
international acclaim. Her methods might
seem counterintuitive, but they work!
Product code: 10SP07
ISBN: 978-1-59668-363-1
Run time approx.: 86 min · Disks: 1
In Praise of Simple Cloth
Host: Rita Buchanan
Rita Buchanan explores the possibilities of
fber becoming simple cloth. From matching
yarns for a project to spinning and weaving
rugs for wall or foor, she walks you through
the process. Rita also shares the secrets to
knitting and weaving with handspun and
creating joy with humble household fabrics
and more.
Product code: 11SP02
ISBN: 978-1-59668-461-4
Run time approx.: 120 min · Disks: 2
How I Spin
Host: Rita Buchanan
Spinning teacher extraordinaire Rita
Buchanan teaches a common-sense
approach to great productivity and joy.
Get tips on everything from how to control
yarn size with your hands, not with wheel
adjustments, to how to spin cotton while
reading your favorite book. Plus, you’ll get
a no-fuss way to dye fber in your oven, an
easy approach to plying, and more.
Product code: 10SP06
ISBN: 978-1-59668-406-5
$ 34.95
Run time approx.: 155 min · Disks: 2
Spinning Luxury Fibers
Host: Judith MacKenzie
Spinners today have such an abundance of
fber choices; sometimes it’s hard to know
where to begin—and to know how to handle
these precious materials once you have them
in your hands. Judith MacKenzie shares
what she’s learned from deep experience in
both craft and industry, with a hands-on
teaching style that will create inspiration,
confdence, and good results.
Product code: 10SP09
ISBN: 978-1-59668-459-1
Run time approx.: 194 min · Disks: 3
A Spinner’s Toolbox
Host: Judith MacKenzie
From manipulating the fber supply to
spinning a full suite of yarn styles, A
Spinner’s Toolbox is loaded with a half-dozen
simple techniques. Worsted to semi-worsted,
woolen to semi-woolen and slub to bouclé,
Judith MacKenzie shows how to draft single
fber preparations and two fber sources
simultaneously into a single strong, lofty,
funky novelty yarn.
Product code: 10SP10
ISBN: 978-1-59668-460-7
Run time approx.: 140 min · Disks: 2
Start Spinning
Host: Maggie Casey
Follow along with Eunny Jang as she learns
the ins and outs of spinning from spinning
teacher extraordinaire Maggie Casey who
will take you from just wool to good yarn
and beyond. Learn how, when, and why
to pre-draft your fber; how to adjust your
spinning wheel; how to spin good single
yarn; and how to ply and fnish a good skein.
Product code: 09SP03
ISBN: 978-1-59668-207-8
Run time approx.: 144 min · Disks: 2
Weaving on a

Rigid Heddle Loom
Host: Jane Patrick
Te rigid-heddle loom is great for beginners,
but equally great for seasoned weavers who
can explore its endless potential while never
getting bored. Jane Patrick teaches weavers
how to use a rigid-heddle loom for all kinds of
fabrics—from sturdy little rugs to sheer shawls,
from simple plain weaves to complex fnger
manipulations to doubleweave and beyond.
Product code: 10WV05
ISBN: 978-1-59668-373-0
Run time approx.: 159 min · Disks: 2
Popular Wheel Mechanics
Host: Judith MacKenzie
In this far-ranging video, Judith MacKenzie
looks at several of the popular wheels
available to spinners today, dissects their
diferences, gives pointers on getting the
best from them, and shares tips and hints on
making your wheel as efcient and versatile
as it was designed to be.
Product code: 10SP03
ISBN: 978-1-59668-358-7
Run time approx.: 124 min · Disks: 2
Doubleweave Pick-up
Host: Jennifer Moore
Doubleweave Pickup is the ultimate
technique for creating any image you please
on just four shafts. Master weaver Jennifer
Moore makes the sequence and rhythm of
this versatile technique clear and compelling!
You’ll learn to follow a simple geometric
graph, to manage your shuttles efciently,
to change layers with ease, and to correct
random mistakes, along with a host of tips
and tricks to make your work go smoothly.
Product code: 10WV07
ISBN: 978-1-59668-370-9
Run time approx.: 60 min · Disks: 1
The Gentle Art of Plying
Host: Judith MacKenzie
Informed and skillful plying can make
all the diference between “just another
yarn” and “just the yarn you want.” In this
engaging 2-disk set, master spinner Judith
MacKenzie presents not just the basics—
how to hold your hands, where to put
your kate—but an extensive adventure
into the endless possibilities.
Product code: 10SP04
ISBN: 978-1-59668-359-4
Run time approx.: 105 min · Disks: 2
Doubleweave Basics
Host: Jennifer Moore
Master weaver Jennifer Moore takes a fresh
and logical look at this most intriguing of
weave structures while exploring its myriad
possibilities. You’ll learn to set up your loom
efciently, to manage your shuttles and layer
changes, to fnish your work beautifully. Best
of all, you’ll learn a new way to visualize how
doubleweave works so you can apply it in
fresh and creative ways.
Product code: 10WV04
ISBN: 978-1-59668-370-9
Run time approx.: 139 min · Disks: 2
Drafting: The Long
and Short of It
Host: Abby Franquemont
Abby Franquemont, who has been spinning
since she was fve years old, provides an hour
of intense focus on choosing fber, drafting
fber, spinning yarn. She teaches spinners to
be comfortable with a wide range of drafting
methods and to have a developed sense of
when and how to use them with diferent
fber preparations.
Product code: 09SP04
ISBN: 978-1-59668-248-1
Run time approx.:62 min · Disks: 1
Spinning Cotton
Host: Stephenie Gaustad
Product code: 10SP12
ISBN: 978-1-59668-463-8
Disks: 2
Available February 2011
Spinning Wheel
Hosts: Alden Amos and
Cindy Lair
Product code: 11SP02
ISBN: 978-1-59668-462-1
Disks: 2
Available March 2011
Respect the Spindle
Host: Abby Franquemont
Abby Franquemont shows spinners old and
new how to create volumes of incredible
yarn with an amazing yet simple tool
—the spindle. From learning how to spin
on a simple stick and making a functional
spindle out of almost anything to learning
how to manage the yarn supply, to ply
efciently, and to fnish appropriately—
Abby covers it all.
Product code: 09SP05
ISBN: 978-1-59668-257-3
Run time approx.: 72 min · Disks: 1
Rare Wools
Host: Deborah Robson
Product code: 11SP04
ISBN: 978-1-59668-464-5
Disks: 2
Available: February 2011
A Fiber Artist's
Guide to Color
Host: Laura Bryant
Product code: 11WV04
ISBN: 978-1-59668-604-5
Disks: 1
Available: March 2011
New DVDs
Paperback + DVD
8½ × 10¼, 112 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-255-9
PC: 08BD10, $22.95
Available February 2011
101 Wire Earrings
$19.95, 128 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-141-5
Wire Style
$19.95, 120 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-070-8
From the editor of Step by Step Wire Jewelry and the author of the best-selling Wire Style
comes a marvelous sequel collection of fresh and unique jewelry projects from leading
wire-jewelry designers.
With a variety of metals including silver, copper, brass, steel, and colored wire, Wire Style 2
incorporates materials to ft any jewelry maker’s style and budget. Wire Style 2 features:
· Detailed discussion and step-by-step photographs of wire techniques, including coiling,
wrapping, and fnishing.
· Forty-fve unique patterns for necklaces, earrings, bracelets, rings, and pins.
· Clear step-by-step instructions as well as difculty ratings for each project.
Te contributors are top designers who specialize in a range of diferent wire-jewelry techniques.
Plus, on the enclosed DVD, Denise demonstrates key techniques for wirework success as well as
a bonus project. Wire Style 2 has something for every wire-jewelry maker, beginner or advanced,
and is loaded with inspiration for all.
Denise Peck is the editor of Step by Step Wire Jewelry magazine. She is the author of the best-
selling books 101 Wire Earrings and Wire Style and is the coauthor of Handcrafted Wire Findings.
She contributed to the book Chain Style and issues of Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist and Step by
Step Beads magazines. Denise lives in Pennsylvania.
Wire Style 2
45 New Jewelry Designs
Denise Peck
Wi S l
101 Wi E i
Paperback + DVD
8½ × 10¼, 160 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-408-9
$26.95, PC:
Available April 2011
$26.95, 128 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-290-0
Wire ork
Weave, Wrap, Coil
$22.95, 128 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-200-9
A must-have resource, Wire Art Jewelry Workshop shares how to make expert art-gallery
jewelry with wire.
Wire Art Jewelry Workshop is a comprehensive guide, flled with the basic building blocks of wire
jewelry. Best-selling author and designer Sharilyn Miller reveals all the expert techniques needed
with gorgeous projects, guided instructions, a bonus demonstration DVD, and step-by-step
From cleaning, straightening, twisting, and coiling wire to cage beads, heart-shaped ear wires
and head pins, and bead connectors, Wire Art Jewelry Workshop teaches how to make fndings
and custom components. Jewelry artists will then learn to combine these components into
sixteen original wire bracelet, earring, and necklace designs. Sharilyn’s detailed instruction
continues through the projects showing every step from plain wire to fnished piece. Te sixteen
projects can be made with classic silver or less-expensive copper wire to match both taste and
budget. Plus, a bonus enclosed DVD features Sharilyn’s signature teaching that jewelry makers
of all levels can use to improve their craftsmanship and strengthen their techniques.
Sharilyn Miller is the author of six published books. Her previous titles include Stamp Art:
Te Stamp Artist’s Project Book, Rubber Stamped Jewelry, the best-selling Bead on a Wire, and
Contemporary Copper Jewelry. Sharilyn lives in the mountains of Idyllwild, California.
Wire Art Jewelry Workshop
Step-by-Step Techniques & Projects
Sharilyn Miller
W W p C il
8½ × 9, 128 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-283-2
PC: 10BD10, $22.95
Available June 2011
Wire Style
$19.95, 120 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-070-8
Chain Style
$19.95, 128 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-150-7
Cut costs by handmaking jewelry fndings. Making custom fndings enables jewelry makers to
afordably create just the right component to complement their jewelry designs.
Handcrafted Wire Findings looks at the jewelry maker’s wire stash and focuses on how to
create custom, professional-quality fndings. With fundamental skills for beginners as well as
more sophisticated designs, this book covers techniques such as basic wirework, texturizing,
silver fusing, adding patina, and traditional fnishes.
Denise Peck and Jane Dickerson include over thirty projects for custom wire fndings, each
accompanied by step-by-step photography and directions to ensure success. Jewelry artists will
learn to make their own toggles, hooks, connectors, ear wires, bails, spacers, and more for a
fraction of market price.
Jane Dickerson is the author of Chain Style and a freelance editor, writer, and jewelry designer.
She was formerly the editor of Step by Step Beads, Creative Jewelry, and Bead Star magazines, and
a contributing editor to Step by Step Wire Jewelry magazine. Her jewelry designs have appeared
in numerous books and magazines, and she sells her designs on Etsy.
Denise Peck is the editor of Step by Step Wire Jewelry magazine. She is also the author of the
best-selling books 101 Wire Earrings, Wire Style, and Wire Style 2. She lives in Pennsylvania.
Handcrafted Wire Findings
Techniques and Designs for Custom Jewelry Components
Denise Peck and Jane Dickerson
Wi S l
8½ × 9, 128 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-282-5
$22.95, PC: 10BD09
Available May 2011
Mixed Metals
$22.95, 112 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-092-0
Mi ed Metals
Copper Jewelry
$26.95, 128 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-289-4
Cold-connection techniques are pushing the envelope of what is possible in metal without the
use of a torch or kiln.
All the necessary tools and materials—a common drill, hammer, sandpaper, wire, metal
sheet—are all readily available and afordable for almost any budget. Metal Style shows how
to use rivets, screws, and other materials to combine elements without having to deal with heat.
Master jewelry designers Robert Dancik, Connie Fox, Tracey Stanley, and others ofer signature
pieces constructed using cold-joins. Accompanying each project are expert tips and tricks for
additional ideas and customization.
Metal Style is full of inspiration and techniques for jewelry makers looking to ignite a creative
spark in their metal jewelry without lighting a fame.
Karen Dougherty has been a lampwork and jewelry designer for over ten years. She has a BA
from the University of South Carolina Art Studio Department with an emphasis in graphic
design. She also holds a certifcate in jewelry design from Temple University. Karen’s jewelry
designs have been published in Step by Step Beads and Creative Jewelry magazine.
Metal Style
20 Jewelry Designs with Cold Join Techniques
Karen Dougherty
The Jewelry Architect
Techniques and Projects for
Mixed-Media Jewelry
Kate McKinnon
Combine wire, metal clay, beadwork, and
traditional metalsmithing to form sixteen
uniquely designed projects, and also how
to manufacture a variety of components such
as clasps, hooks, earring fndings, and
ring bases.
Paperback with DVD
8½ × 9
144 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-176-7
$26.95, PC: 10BD04
Weave, Wrap, Coil
Creating Artisan Wire Jewelry
Jodi Bombardier
Work with a variety of techniques, including
weaving, coiling, wrapping, texturing, and
forging, to create twenty-fve contemporary
and dazzling projects.
8½ × 9
128 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-200-9
$22.95, PC:
Wirework with DVD
An Illustrated Guide to the
Art of Wire Wrapping
Dale “Cougar” Armstrong
Now with a new bonus DVD, this titles
teaches how to wire-wrap using faceted
stones and mixg wire gauges and tempers to
create fourteen stable and creative pieces.
Paperback with DVD
8½ × 9
128 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-290-0
$26.95, PC:
(Previous ISBN:
Contemporary Copper

Jewelry with DVD
Step-by-Step Techniques
and Projects
Sharilyn Miller
Now with a new bonus DVD, this book
ofers twenty-two metal jewelry projects
that use copper as an inexpensive yet stylish
alternative to silver.
Paperback with DVD
8½ × 10¼
128 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-289-4
$26.95, PC:
(Previous ISBN:
100 Beaded Jewelry Designs
Easy-to-Bead Necklaces,
Bracelets, Brooches, and More
Stephanie Burnham
Adorn your wardrobe with this extravagant
collection of elegant beaded designs to
make. Also included is a large, wide-spread
techniques section.
Paperback, 8¾ × 8¾ , 144 pages
More than 250 photographs
and illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-931499-99-6
$21.95, PC: 05BD12
All Wired Up
Wire Techniques for the
Beadworker and Jewelry Maker
Mark Lareau
Create fndings, ear wires, clasps, and cages
using the detailed step-by-step instructions
in this best-selling book.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 128 pages
color photographs and illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-883010-73-7
$21.95, PC: 1029
Ancient Modern
Polymer Clay + Wire Jewelry
Ronna Sarvas Weltman
Make truly unforgettable jewelry! Learn to
create organic, sophisticated, and distinctly
contemporary jewelry by artistically
combining polymer clay and wire.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 136 pages
300 photographs, 20 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-097-5
$22.95, PC: 09BD03
The Bead Directory
The Complete Guide to
Choosing and Using More
than 600 Beautiful Beads
Elise Mann
Tis book is an exceptional resource for
anyone who uses beads, from jewelry
designers to crafters to novices. Here is
the defnitive guide to beads you’ve been
looking for!
Hardcover with concealed wire-o
5¾ × 7¾, 256 pages
600 photographs and illustrations
full color throughout
ISBN: 978-1-59668-002-9
$24.95, PC: 06BD3
Bead Romantique
Elegant Beadweaving Designs
Lisa Kan
Create elegant, feminine, and romantic
heirloom-quality jewelry with this unique
collection of romantic yet modern beadwork.
Tese seventeen projects incorporate of-
loom seed-bead weaving, stringing, and
wirework and emphasize a mix of vintage
and modern components.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 144 pages
90 photographs, 271 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-046-3
$24.95, PC: 08BD2
101 Wire Earrings
Step-by-Step Projects
& Techniques
Denise Peck
101 Wire Earrings gives wireworkers at all
levels the information and inspiration to
make innovative, stylish, and contemporary
wire earrings. Te projects are inexpensive
and require minimal tools.
Paperback, 8½ × 10¼, 128 pages
110 photographs, 30 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-141-5
$19.95, PC:
Beaded Embellishment
Techniques & Designs for
Embroidering on Cloth
Amy C. Clarke and Robin Atkins
Learn how to embellish cloth with all kinds
of beads—seed, bugle, art, and novelty—
using four simple foundation stitches and
their variations.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 128 pages
ISBN: 978-1-931499-12-5
$21.95, PC: 02BD5
The Beaded Garden
Creating Flowers with
Beads and Thread
Diane Fitzgerald
Grow a gorgeous garden with of-loom
beaded fowers, leaves, and insects using
a variety of beading techniques.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 128 pages
75 photographs, 206 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-931499-55-2
$21.95, PC: 05BD5
The Beader’s Companion
Expanded and Updated
Judith Durant and Jean Campbell
For years, Te Beader’s Companion has been
an essential tool in every beader’s toolbox,
with more than 100,000 copies sold. Now
with this expanded and updated edition,
which includes color photo graphs, beaded
samples, and even more content, it’s sure to
be indispensable.
Hardcover with semi-concealed
wire-o binding, 7 × 5, 128 pages
160 photographs, 125 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-931499-92-7
$19.95, PC: 05BD10
Beader’s Stash
Designs from America’s
Favorite Bead Shops
Laura Levaas
Take a beading journey with Beader’s Stash,
an inside look at the fnest bead shops in the
United States and Canada. Tis collection
of thirty-nine plus projects showcases
jewelry, home décor items, accessories, and
more. Get a peek inside the thriving world
of the bead shop and learn countless ways to
conquer your bead stash!
Paperback, 10 × 10, 144 pages
60 photographs, 180 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-931499-80-4
$21.95, PC: 06BD1
Beading for the Soul
Inspired Designs from
23 Contemporary Artists
Deborah Cannarella
Beading is relaxing, meditative, and even
healing for many people. Beading for the Soul
takes these aspects of the craft to a deeper
level with twenty-six amazing projects.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 160 pages
80 color photographs
100 color illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-931499-46-0
$21.95, PC: 05BD6
Beaded Cords, Chains,
Straps & Fringe
Jean Campbell
If you’ve ever wondered how to use beads to
make fringe, decorate a Victorian lampshade,
create a strap for a velvet purse, or just create
a smashing necklace or bracelet for yourself,
look no further: it’s all here!
Paperback, 8½ × 11, 32 pages
color photographs and illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-931499-01-9
$9.95, PC: 01BD2
Beading in the Native
American Tradition
David Dean
Te panorama of Native American
beadwork—its magic, mystery, color,
complexity, and sheer invention—is the
subject of David Dean’s comprehensive book.
Paperback, 9 × 10, 160 pages
color photographs, charts, and illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-931499-03-3
$24.95, PC: 02BD1
Beading on Fabric
Encyclopedia of
Bead Stitch Techniques
Larkin Jean Van Horn
Whether your medium is quilts, wearable
art, beaded jewelry, or woven or felted
material, Beading on Fabric will help you
add sparkle, texture, and dimension to
your work.
Hardcover with concealed wire-o
7 × 9¼, 120 pages
70 photographs, 75 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-004-3
$21.95, PC:
Beading with Peyote Stitch
Jeannette Cook and Vicki Star
Everything you need to know to use peyote
stitch for fat and three-dimensional pieces.
Projects include beaded beads, a patchwork
collage cuf, peyote fowers, a free-form
bowl, and more.
Paperback 8½ × 9, 112 pages
5 color photographs
133 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-883010-71-3
$21.95, PC: 1027
Beads in Bloom
The Art of Making French
Beaded Flowers
Arlene Baker
Ooh la la! Make spectacular French beaded
fowers and greenery using only wire and
beads. Projects include a clover, pansy, rose,
sunfower, and chrysanthemum with lacy
fern jewelry pins.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 128 pages
color photographs
and illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-931499-06-4
$21.95, PC: 02BD2
Bella Beaded Jewelry
Artful Italian Designs with
Wire, Thread, Cord & Ribbon
Donatella Ciotti
Te elegance of gallery jewelry is at your
fngertips with Bella Beaded Jewelry, a project
book that combines modern and vintage
styles for a unique mix of wearable art.
Projects are accessible to the beginner, using
basic techniques and tools.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 96 pages
135 photographs
ISBN: 978-1-59668-017-2
$21.95, PC: 06BD6
Paperback with lay-flat binding
4¼ × 10, 120 pages
30 color photographs
65 color illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-931499-61-3
$16.95, PC: 05BD1
Beaded Rings
Paperback with lay-flat binding
4¼ × 10, 112 pages
30 color photographs
64 color illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-931499-26-2
$16.95, PC: 04BD3
Paperback with lay-flat binding
4¼ × 10, 112 pages, color
photographs, and line drawings
ISBN: 978-1-931499-22-4
$16.95, PC: 02BD6
Beaded Bags
Paperback with lay-flat binding
4¼ × 10, 136 pages, color
photographs and line drawings
ISBN: 978-1-931499-34-9
$16.95, PC: 03BD3
N kl
Beadwork Creates Series
Edited by Jean Campbell
Create stunning accessories using various beading techniques with the Beadwork Creates Series. Editor Jean Campbell compiles unique,
sophisticated, classic, and whimsical projects from well-known designers in each collection. From charmingly simple stringing projects to elaborate
netting designs, each book has varied techniques for all skill levels.
Beadwork Creates Jewelry
40 Beaded Designs
Jean Campbell
Tis dazzling collection of designs covers a
range of techniques, styles, and materials
handpicked from the popular Beadwork Cre-
ates series. Find dozens of projects for earrings,
rings, bracelets, and necklaces from topnotch
bead designers featuring peyote stitch, brick
stitch, right-angle weave, bead embroidery,
bead crochet, stringing, and wirework.
Paperback, 8½ × 10¼, 128 pages
79 photographs, 47 charts
74 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-037-1
$18.95, PC: 07BD7
Color Works
The Crafter’s Guide to Color
Deb Menz
Explore color with a new confdence
using this essential tool. Deb Menz brings
principles of color theory down to a practical
level and applies them to knitting, spinning,
beadwork, weaving, surface design, quilting,
hand and machine embroidery, and paper
collage. Color Works includes a pull-out color
wheel and removable hue cards.
Hardcover with concealed wire-o, 7 × 9¼,
152 pages, 55 color photographs, color strips,
2 color wheels
ISBN: 978-1-931499-47-7
$24.95, PC: 04SP1
Chain Style
50 Contemporary
Jewelry Designs
Jane Dickerson
Using basic wirework and stringing
techniques, plus easy-to-fnd tools and
materials, Chain Style features ffty fabulous
projects showing the wide variety of design
styles that are possible using chain and a few
special beads. Te projects are suitable for
jewelry makers of all skill levels.
Paperback, 8½ × 10¼
128 pages, 70 photographs,
10 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-150-7
$19.95, PC: 09BD08
Crochet Jewelry
40 Beautiful and
Unique Designs
Waejong Kim and
Anna Pulvermakher
Learn to create the intriguing crochet
accessories reappearing in the fashion
world—with your own personalized twist.
Paperback, 8¾ × 8¾
128 pages, 175 photographs
ISBN: 978-1-59668-035-7
$24.95, PC: 07KN9
Create Jewelry:
Crystals Dazzling Designs
to Make and Wear
Marlene Blessing and
Jamie Hogsett
Tese glamorous, fashionable designs
represent a rich variety of ways to use the
gemlike beads. Projects range from easy
stringing pieces to more challenging seed-
bead-weaving designs. Along the way learn
entertaining tidbits about this specialty bead.
Paperback, 8½ × 10¼, 128 pages
100 photographs, 30 illustrations
5 charts
ISBN: 978-1-59668-022-7
$22.95, PC: 07BD4
Create Jewelry:
Glass Brilliant Designs
to Make and Wear
Marlene Blessing and
Jamie Hogsett
Glass beads can add a subtle shine to a
jewelry design or take center stage. From
sassy, elegant, dressy, or firty, Create Jewelry:
Glass presents twenty-one stunning projects
made with glass beads.
Paperback, 8½ × 10¼, 120 pages
110 photographs, 30 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-067-8
$22.95, PC: 08BD08
Create Jewelry:
Pearls Luxurious Designs
to Make and Wear
Marlene Blessing and
Jamie Hogsett
Learn intriguing tidbits and anecdotes about
this irresistible gem as you create twenty
stunning wearable designs from a variety
of pearls. Bracelet, necklace, and earring
designs use stringing and of-loom seed-
bead-weaving techniques.
Paperback, 8½ × 10¼, 120 pages
100 photographs, 15 illustrations
5 charts
ISBN: 978-1-59668-023-4
$22.95, PC: 07BD5
Create Jewelry:
Stones Stunning Designs
to Make and Wear
Marlene Blessing and Jamie Hogsett
Presents twenty-three projects ranging in
difculty from easy stringing pieces to bead-
weaving designs. All projects are glamorous
and timeless and represent unique ways to
use stones in jewelry designs for necklaces,
bracelets, and earrings.
Paperback, 8½ × 10¼, 120 pages
100 photographs, 30 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-068-5
$22.95, PC: 08BD9
C J l
Elements of Style
Knit + Crochet
Jewelry with Wire,
Fiber, Felt + Beads
Rosemary Hill
Make wearable pieces of art with easy-to-
fnd materials, clever techniques, and the
unique design ideas in Elements of Style. Tese
modern wire, bead, and fber jewelry designs
using knit, crochet, and felting techniques
will appeal to jewelry makers of all levels.
Paperback, 8½ × 10¼, 128 pages
60 photographs, 25 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-079-1
$22.95, PC: 08BD14
Enchanted Adornments
Creating Mixed-Media Jewelry
with Metal, Clay, Wire,
Resin & More
Cynthia Thornton
Cynthia Tornton brings the magic of her
design process with mixed-media jewelry
techniques and projects. Create over twenty
projects ranging from the simple to the ornate.
Paperback, 8½ × 10¼, 160 pages
200 photographs, 100 Illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-157-6
$24.95, PC: 09BD10
The Encyclopedia of
Contemporary Jewelry
Making Techniques
A Comprehensive Guide for
Jewelers and Metalsmiths
Vannetta Seecharran
A guide for jewelers who want to create
modern one-of-a-kind jewelry. Included
are techniques and processes for working
with plastics, rubber, resin, ceramics, glass,
precious and nonprecious metals.
Paperback, 8¾ × 8¾, 160 pages
400 photographs
ISBN: 978-1-59668-146-0
$26.95, PC: 09BD07
Custom Cool Jewelry
Create 200+ Personalized
Pendants, Charms, and Clasps
Melinda Barta
Learn clever ideas for creating boutique-style
projects with a personal twist in Custom Cool
Jewelry. All it takes is basic jewelry-making
skills and using common crafting materials
in uncommon ways.
Paperback, 8½ × 10¼
144 pages, 150 photographs
43 illustrations, 2 charts
ISBN: 978-1-59668-074-6
$22.95, PC: 08BD11
Designing Jewelry
with Glass Beads
Stephanie Sersich
Twenty dazzling step-by-step projects
incorporating a variety of beading
techniques show you how to make the
most of glass beads in your jewelry designs.
Explore creativity with a section on design
principles. Also included is a primer on
glass beads.
Paperback, 8½ × 10¼
128 pages, 50 photographs
80 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-047-0
$22.95, PC: 08BD3
Designing Jewelry with
Semiprecious Beads
Stringing instructions and
techniques for necklaces,
bracelets, and much more
Kim Gover
Learn how to string beautiful jewelry using
glass beads, pearls, and semiprecious stones
with this all-in-one bead directory. Featuring
more than seventy-fve projects teaching
foolproof rules for design success.
Paperback, 8¾ × 8¾, 128 pages
250 photographs
ISBN: 978-1-59668-104-0
$24.95, PC: 09BD04
Fabulous Fabric Beads
Create Custom Beads and
Art Jewelry
Kristal Wick
Combines techniques from beading,
scrapbooking, quilting, fber arts, and mixed
media to create lightweight beads made of
silk embellished with stamps, paint, and
other materials. Plus ideas to achieve unique
efects and make simply beautiful jewelry.
Paperback, 8½ × 10¼, 112 pages
150 photographs
ISBN: 978-1-59668-077-7
$22.95, PC: 08BD12
Getting Started Making
Metal Jewelry
Mark Lareau
Getting Started Making Metal Jewelry is the
ideal introduction to metal making. Te
techniques are simple, the tools afordable,
and the space requirement small.
Hardcover, 8 × 8, 112 pages
120 photographs
ISBN: 978-1-59668-025-8
$19.95, PC: 06BD7
Getting Started Making
Wire Jewelry and More
Linda Chandler and
Christine Ritchey
A guide for the true beginner, you’ll learn
every aspect of working with this popular
and enduring craft.
Hardcover, 8 × 8, 96 pages, 100 color
photographs, 75 color illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-931499-87-3
$16.95, PC: 05BD9
Getting Started
with Seed Beads
Dustin Wedekind
First-time beaders will learn everything they
need from shopping to storing and from
stringing to sewing a successful beginning
project. Tis must-have resource includes all
the basics in a warm, encouraging tone.
Hardcover, 8 × 8, 128 pages
120 photographs, 15 charts
150 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-016-6
$18.95, PC: 07BD2
Getting Started
Stringing Beads
Jean Campbell
From going to the bead shop and selecting
the beads to what to do with them when
you get home, Getting Started Stringing
Beads will guide you through every aspect
of stringing jewelry.
Hardcover, 8 × 8, 88 pages
60 color photographs, 35 color illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-931499-79-8
$16.95, PC: 05BD4
Hip to Bead
32 Contemporary Projects
for Today’s Beader
Katie Hacker
Boutique-style beaded jewelry is hotter
than ever, and with Hip to Bead, now it’s
easier than ever to make!
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 96 pages
120 color photographs, 40 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-931499-95-8
$19.95, PC: 06BD2
Hand Felted Jewelry
and Beads
25 Artful Designs
Carol Huber Cypher
Tis book ofers a contemporary and artistic
approach to felt-bead jewelry, then takes it a
step beyond with beaded embellishment.
Paperback, 8½ × 10¼, 128 pages
115 color photographs
40 illustrations, full color throughout
ISBN: 978-1-59668-005-0
$21.95, PC: 06FA2
Jewelry Studio:
Silver Wire Fusing
Liz Jones
Tis workshop in a book teaches all the skills
needed for this no-muss, no-fuss version of
silversmithing: fusing silver without solder
to create beautiful jewelry. Create rings,
earrings, bracelets, necklaces, and pins;
you can even incorporate stones and cubic
zirconia for extra dazzle.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 120 pages
100 photographs, 10 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-066-1
$22.95, PC: 08BD7
Jewelry Studio:
Wire Wrapping
Linda Chandler
and Christine Ritchey
Take the mystery out of wire wrapping with
insider secrets to the craft plus progressive
skill-building projects that teach a range
of wrapping techniques. Projects include
earrings, pins, and wire-wrapped pendants
plus the highly sought-after wire-wrapped
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 128 pages
400 photographs
ISBN: 978-1-59668-059-3
$22.95, PC: 08BD5
Making Colorful Wire
& Beaded Jewelry
35 Fabulous Designs
Linda Jones
Wire jewelry, combined with beads,
semiprecious stones, glass, or crystals, is one
of today’s most eye-catching jewelry trends.
Luckily, it can be made by almost anyone
using only a few inexpensive, easy-to-fnd
tools and spools of wire.
Paperback, 8⅛ × 10⅞, 128 pages
200 color photographs
ISBN: 978-1-59668-014-2
$19.95, PC: 06BD5
Making Polymer
Clay Beads
Step-by-Step Techniques
for Creating Beautiful
Ornamental Beads
Carol Blackburn
Tis beginner’s guide introduces materials,
tools, equipment, and techniques for
creating fabulous beads in polymer clay.
Learn to produce fabulous faux efects, make
eye-catching beads, and assemble them into
beautiful jewelry.
Paperback, 8¾ × 8¾, 128 pages
500 photographs
ISBN: 978-1-59668-019-7
$24.95, PC: 07BD3
Making Connections
A Handbook of Cold Joins
for Jewelers and
Mixed-Media Artists
Susan Lenart Kazmer
Kazmer introduces a variety of cold-join
techniques from the common and frequently
used to new techniques that she has invented.
Metalworkers and mixed-media artists will
fnd this a great handbook to spark creativity
and inspiration.
Hardcover, 8½ × 11, 144 pages
80 photographs
ISBN: 978-0-9798407-0-8
$48.00, PC:
Marketing and Selling Your
Handmade Jewelry
The Complete Guide to Turning
Your Passion into Prof it
Viki Lareau
Provides the practical advice and
encouragement to sell your beadwork right
and to do it with fair.
Paperback, 6 × 9, 96 pages
40 photographs, and 40 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-024-1
$21.95, PC: 06BD8
Mastering Beadwork
A Comprehensive Guide to
Off-Loom Techniques
Carol Huber Cypher
Tis ultimate beading resource is a workshop
in a book! Covering sixteen basic of-loom
beading techniques, you’ll learn to create
practical beaded projects such as bracelets,
necklaces, rings, earrings, fndings, closures,
beaded beads, and more as you progressively
strengthen your skills.
Hardcover with concealed wire-o
7 × 9¼, 240 pages, 65 color photographs
5 charts, 200+ illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-013-5
$24.95, PC: 07BD1
Mi xed Metals
Creating Contemporary
Jewelry with Silver, Gold,
Copper, Brass, and More
Danielle Fox and Melinda Barta
Create thirty unique projects featuring
a variety of metal beads, charms, chains
and fndings, including silver, gold, and
base metals.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 112 pages
110 photographs, 20 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-092-0
$22.95, PC: 09BD02
Simply Modern Jewelry
Designs from the editor
of Stringing magazine
Danielle Fox
Learn to create simple yet unforgettable
accessories for the modern crafter. Tis is the
quick and easy guide to making fashionable
necklaces, bracelets, and earrings that express
personal style, using simple techniques such
as stringing, wire wrapping, and knotting for
knockout results.
Paperback, 8½ × 10¼, 120 pages, 150
ISBN: 978-1-59668-048-7
$21.95, PC: 08BD4
Seed Bead Fusion
18 Projects to Stitch,
Wire, and String
Rachel Nelson-Smith
Tis fresh design approach to seed-bead
jewelry teaches readers how to fuse,
merge, and mix materials, techniques,
colors, inspiration, and design ideas with
a contemporary edge. Seed Bead Fusion is
all about the inventive fusion of materials,
techniques, and inspiration, which creates
eye-catching seed-bead jewelry.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 144 pages
200 photographs, 25 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-156-9
$24.95, PC: 09BD09
Sculptural Metal
Clay Jewelry
Techniques + Explorations
Kate McKinnon
Learn the art of metal clay from master
teacher and jewelry artist, Kate McKinnon.
Full of detailed techniques for creating a
variety of components, settings, fndings,
attachments, 3-D forms, and textured efects.
Tis book ofers jewelry artists both the
techniques and design inspiration needed to
create gallery-level jewelry that is truly art to
wear. Twelve projects plus instructional DVD.
Paperback with flaps + DVD, 8½ × 9, 144 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-174-3
$26.95, PC:
Jewelry Workshop
Simple Techniques for Soldering,
Wirework, and Metal Jewelry
Nicola Hurst
Tis 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, fling, sawing,
soldering, piercing, pickling, forging, as well as
how to use wire and make stone settings, plus
cleaning your jewelry for that fnishing touch.
Paperback, 8½ × 11, 128 pages
350 photographs
ISBN: 978-1-59668-060-9
$24.95, PC: 08BD6
Stringing Style 2
50 More Designs for
Beaded Jewelry
Jean Campbell
Following in the footsteps of Stringing Style,
we’ve gathered proven designs for one-of-a-
kind bracelets, necklaces, and earrings from
Stringing in this stunning collection for any
beader or jewelry maker. You’ll fnd twelve
never-before-seen projects, plus Stringing
101, a complete refresher course on stringing.
Paperback, 8½ × 10¼, 96 pages
60 photographs, 1 chart, 12 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-036-4
$18.95, PC: 07BD6
Stringing Style
50+ Fresh Bead
Designs for Jewelry
Jamie Hogsett
You don’t have to be a designer to make
beautiful jewelry, and you don’t have to
hunt all over for inspiring designs. We’ve
collected the most gorgeous ideas for you
from Beadwork magazine’s special Stringing
issues and compiled them in Stringing Style.
Paperback, 8½ × 10¼, 96 pages
60 photographs, 40 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-931499-96-5
$16.95, PC: 05BD11
Stamped Metal Jewelry
Creative Techniques & Designs
for Making Custom Jewelry
Lisa Niven Kelly
Using purchased metal stamps and sterling
silver blanks, readers can personalize their
metal jewelry designs with words, textures,
and creative designs. Nineteen projects cover
a variety of techniques and designs such as
creating charms, incorporating stamped links
into beaded projects, making stamped links
from fat wire and wire-wrapping them together,
stamping on blanks and layering them, riveting,
texturing metal, oxidizing, and more.
Paperback with DVD, 8½ × 9, 136 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-177-4
$24.95, PC: 10BD05
Totally Twisted
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.
Accompanying the twenty designs for
earrings, bracelets, and necklaces, Totally
Twisted includes wirework tips and tricks to
make wirework easier and more successful.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 144 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-168-2
$22.95, PC: 10BD01
Wire Style
50 Unique Jewelry Designs
Denise Peck
From the editor of Step by Step Wire Jewelry
magazine comes a collection of ffty
contemporary, stylish, and absolutely wearable
designs for bracelets, necklaces, earrings, and
pendants handpicked from a collection of top
jewelry designers. Fundamental wireworking
techniques are explained in detail, including
wire wrapping, weaving, coiling, chain making,
hammering, texturing, and oxidizing.
Paperback, 8½ × 10¼, 120 pages
150 photographs, 3 charts
ISBN: 978-1-59668-070-8
$19.95, PC: 08BD10
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. Project instructions
are shown with step-by-step photographs
and range from difcult to easy; most can be
completed without soldering.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 144 pages
410 color photographs
ISBN: 978-1-931499-57-6
$21.95, PC: 04BD6
The Workbench Guide
to Jewelry Techniques
Anastasia Young
Tis comprehensive workshop reference
for jewelers brings together a vast range of
skills, techniques, and technical data in one
volume, providing an essential look-it-up
resource for both students and professionals.
All of the techniques demonstrated are
illustrated with photographs of remarkable
cutting-edge jewelry pieces by jewelry
designers and makers from around the world.
Hardcover, 8½ × 10, 320 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59668-169-9
$34.95, PC: 10BD02
Zulu Inspired Beadwork
Weaving Techniques
and Projects
Diane Fitzgerald
Tese twenty-fve stunning projects are
inspired by the author’s trips to South Africa.
Netted diamond earrings, a netted triangle
and swag bracelet, and a Zulu wedding
necklace are accompanied by photos of the
object that inspired the piece, plus step-by-
step instructions.
Paperback, 8½ × 9, 128 pages
100 photographs, 20 illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59668-034-0
$24.95, PC: 08BD1
Super Beadwork
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Wire jewelry is the fastest-growing segment of the handmade jewelry
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Give your customers the fashion-forward design inspiration and exciting
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Stringing brings readers more designs than any other beading publication: tons in every
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Top 7 Reasons Your Customer Are Going to Love Stringing:
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The Best of Creative Jewelry
196 pages · Available March 2011 · $19.99
To make great jewelry, artists need great designs. And
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Favorite Bead Stitches
148 pages · Available April 2011 · $14.99
Be ready for beadweaving mania with the ultimate
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Beads 2011 Buyers Guide
96 pages · Available April 2011 · $9.99
Tis annual special issue is chock-full of resources,
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148 pages · Includes DVD · Available June 2011 · $19.99
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101 Bracelets, Necklaces,
and Earrings
148 pages · Available June 2011 · $14.99
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Easy Metal Clay
148 pages · Available August 2011 · $14.99
Be the place your customers turn when they join the metal
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Step by Step Wire Jewelry Collection CDs
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Beadwork Collection CDs
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Metalwork: Wire Essentials
Host: Denise Peck
Stock your shelf with the must-have guide
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Product code: 10BD25
ISBN: 978-1-59668-410-2
Run time approx.: 56 min · Disks: 1
Mi xed Media: Personalized
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Product code: 10BD33
ISBN: 978-1-59668-420-1
Run time approx.: 59 min · Disks: 1
Beadwork: Peyote Stitch –
Basics and Beyond
Host: Melinda Barta
Be the resource for one of the hottest bead
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Product code: 10BD29
ISBN: 978-1-59668-416-4
Run time approx.: 56 min · Disks: 1
Mi xed Media: Making
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Host: Jean Campbell
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Product code: 10BD31
ISBN: 978-1-59668-418-8
Run time approx.: 56 min · Disks: 1
Beadwork: Herringbone
Stitch – Basics and Beyond
Host: Melinda Barta
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Product code: 10BD30
ISBN: 978-1-59668-417-1
Run time approx.: 64 min · Disks: 1
Metalwork: Making
Bezels for Stones and
Found Objects
Host: Denise Peck
Give your customers the how-tos they need
to master soldering basics, as they boost
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more into stunning jewelry.
Product code: 10BD24
ISBN: 978-1-59668-409-6
Run time approx.: 60 min · Disks: 1
Metalwork: Exploring Metal
Clay Hollow Forms
Host: Susan J. Lewis
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Product code: 10BD28
ISBN: 978-1-59668-415-7
Run time approx.: 75 min · Disks: 1
DoodleBeads Volume 2
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Learn 10 More Basic
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Host: Leslie Rogalski
Make sure you’re ofering the newest
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Product code: 10BD17
ISBN: 978-1-59668-292-4
Run time approx.: 40 min · Disks: 1
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Product code: 09BD16
ISBN: 978-1-59668-251-1
Run time approx.: 60 min · Disks: 1
Metalwork: Wire Fusing
& Other Micro-Torch
Host: Denise Peck
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Product code: 09BD15
ISBN: 978-1-59668-250-4
Run time approx.: 45 min · Disks: 1
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Metal Clay Basics
Host: Susan J. Lewis
Make sure you’re ready for the metal clay
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they need to master metal clay basics from
preparing a work surface to polishing the
fnished artwork as they learn how to create
they’re own metal pendants, bails, and more!
Product code: 10BD27
ISBN: 978-1-59668-414-0
Run time approx.: 75 min · Disks: 1
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Rogalski, Leslie, 95
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Seiffert, Jennifer E., 27
Serrano, Frank, 9
100 Beaded Jewelry Designs, 77
101 Bracelets Necklaces, and Earrings, 91
101 Patchwork Projects Super Bookazine, 54
101 Stitches to Crochet: Harmony Guides, 37
101 Stitches to Knit: The
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101 Wire Earrings, 77
150 Knit & Crochet Motifs, 14
200 Braids to Twist, Knot,
Loop, or Weave, 44
200 Crochet Blocks for Blankets,
Throws, and Afghans, 35
49 Sensational Skirts, 47
600 Watercolor Mixes, 3
A Fiber Artist’s Guide to Color, 71
A Knitting Wrapsody + DVD, 10
Adventures in Surface Design: Screen
Printing & Beyond, 63
Alden Amos Big Book Of Handspinning, 38
All New Homespun Handknit, 38
All Wired Up, 77
American Artist, 4
American Artist CD Collection, 7
American Artist Guide to
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American Artist Studios Magazine, 6
Ancient Modern, 77
Around the World in Knitted Socks, 20
Art + Quilt, 44
Art at the Speed of Life, 17
Art Cloth, 45
Art Journaling: Pages in Stages, 66
Art of Fair Isle Knitting, 26
Art Quilt Design, 63
Artful Bird: Techniques and Inspiration, 21
Baby Blueprint Crochet, 20
Bag Style, 25
Bags with Paper and Stitch, 45
Basic Crochet Stitches: Harmony Guides, 37
Bead Directory, The, 77
Bead Romantique, 77
Beaded Cords, Chains, Straps & Fringe, 78
Beaded Edge, The, 15
Beaded Embellishment, 78
Beaded Garden, The, 78
Beaders Companion, Revised, 78
Beaders Stash, 78
Beading for the Soul, 78
Beading in the Native American Tradition, 79
Beading on Fabric, 79
Beading with Peyote Stitch, 79
Beads 2011 Buyers Guide, 90
Beads in Bloom, 79
Beadwork CD Collections, 92
Beadwork Creates Beaded Bags, 80
Beadwork Creates Beaded Rings, 80
Beadwork Creates Earrings, 80
Beadwork Creates Jewelry, 80
Beadwork Creates Necklaces, 80
Beadwork: Herringbone Stitch, 94
Beadwork: Peyote Stitch, 94
Bella Beaded Jewelry, 79
Best of Interweave Knits, 26
Blueprint Crochet, 36
Botanical Sketchbook, 1
Boutique Knits, 26
Cables & Arans: The Harmony Guides, 24
Card Weaving, 41
Carry Me, 47
Chain Style, 80
Classic Knits, 26
Classic to Creative Details-Designing
Original Knitwear, 61
Classic to Creative Knit Cables, 61
Cloth Dolls For Textile Artists, 45
Cloth Paper Scissors 2012 Wall Calendar, 59
Cloth Paper Scissors CD Collections, 57
Cloth Paper Scissors Gifts Bookazine, 52
Cloth Paper ScissorsMagazine, 50
Collage Fast & Furious, 66
Color In Spinning, 38
Color on Color, 45
Color Style, 25
Color Works, 40, 80
Color Works, 80
Colored Stone CD Collections, 93
Colorwork: Harmony Guides, 24
Complete Guide to Natural Dyeing, The, 40
Contemporary Copper Jewelry w/DVD, 76
Create Jewelry Crystals, 81
Create Jewelry Glass, 81
Create Jewelry Pearls, 81
Create Jewelry Stones, 81
Creative Jewelry Special Issue, The Best of, 90
Creative Quilting, 44
Crochet Edgings and Trims:
Harmony Guide, 37
Crochet in Color, 36
Crochet Jewelry, 81
Crochet Me, 36
Crochet Me Amigurumi 2012
Wall Calendar, 59
Crochet Me Workshop: Crochet Corner, 62
Crochet Me Workshop:
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Crochet So Fine, 36
Crochet Stitch Motifs: Harmony Guides, 37
Crochet Traditions Bookazine, 55
Crocheted Gifts, 37
Crocheter’s Companion, 36
Custom Cool Jewelry, 82
Customizing Cool Clothes, 47
Design, Paint & Stitch, 63
Designing Jewelry with Glass Beads, 82
Designing Jewelry with
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Domino Knitting, 26
Doodlebeads, 95
Doodlebeads Volume 2, 95
Double Stitch, 36
Doubleweave Basics, 70
Doubleweave Pick-up, 70
Drafting DVD, 71
Drawing CD Collection, 8
Drawing Magazine, 4
Drawing: A Complete Course, 6
Drawn to Pen and Ink: Imagery
for Art Quilts, 63
Drawn to Stitch, 22
Dressmaker’s Handbook of
Couture Sewing , 21
Dyer’s Garden, 40
Sersich, Stephanie, 82
Shinn, Carol, 45
Shroyer, Lisa, 13
Simmons, Erika, 36
Simmons, Monika, 36
Singer, Amy R., 33
Slater, Ray, 45
Sokol, Dawn Devries, 66
Square, Vicki, 20, 23, 29, 61, 62
Star, Vicki, 79
Stevens, Margaret, 1
Stoner, Amy, 66
Stove, Margaret, 20, 69
Strickler, Carol, 42
Sulcoski, Carol, 30, 31
Swartz, Judith L., 28, 37
Tate, Elizabeth, 2
Taylor, Beryl, 46, 64
Taylor, Carol, 63
Taylor, Kathleen, 41
Testa, Melanie, 44, 64, 66
Thornton, Cynthia, 82
Trout, Diana, 67
van der Hoogt, Madelyn, 69
Van der Linden, Stephanie, 20
Van Horn, Larkin Jean, 79
Vogel, Lynne, 34, 40
Wasinger, Susan, 47
Waterman, Martha, 34
Wedekind, Dustin, 83
Weltman, Ronna Sarvas, 77
Werker, Kim, 36, 37
Whyte, Mary, 9
Wick, Kristal, 83
Willoughby, Alison, 47
Young, Anastasia, 87
Zimmerman, Kathy, 61
Easy Metal Clay Special Issue, 91
Easy Wire Special Issue, 91
Eco Colour, 21
Elements of Style, 82
Encaustic Collage: Layers with Beeswax, 66
Enchanted Adornments, 82
Encyclopedia Contemporary Jewelry, 82
Expression Session, 63
Fabricate, 47
Fabulous Fabric Beads, 83
Favorite Bead Stitches Special Issue, 90
Favorite Socks, 27
Fearless Knitting Workbook, 27
Felt Forward, 34
Felt Frenzy, 34
Felted Knits, 35
Feminine Knits, 27
FiberArts CD Collections, 58
Fiberarts Magazine, 51
Folk Hats, 23
Folk Knitting in Estonia, 23
Folk Mittens, 23
Folk Shawls, 23
Folk Socks, 23
Folk Style, 25
Folk Vests, 23
Found Object in Textile Art. The, 22
Free Expression, 44
Freestyle Machine Embroidery, 45
French Girl Knits, 27
Fresh Quilting, 22
Funky Knits, 27
Get Spun, 38
Getting Started Knitting Socks, 27
Getting Started Knitting, Basics
and Beyond, 61
Getting Started Making Metal Jewelry, 83
Getting Started Making Wire Jewelry, 83
Getting Started Stringing Beads, 83
Getting Started With Seed Beads, 83
Gifted, 28
Gossamer Webs Design Collection, 28
Growing Up Sew Liberated, 16
Hand Felted Jewelry & Beads, 84
Handcrafted Wire Findings, 74
Hands On Rigid Heddle Weaving, 41
Handspinning Rare Wools, 71
Handweaver’s Pattern Directory, The, 41
Handwoven 2012 Wall Calendar, 59
Handwoven CD Collections, 58
Handwoven Magazine, 50
Hip to Bead, 83
Hip to Crochet, 37
Hip to Knit, 28
How I Spin DVD, 69
How We Felt, 35
I Love Patchwork, 47
In Praise of Simple Cloth, 69
In Sheep’s Clothing, 39
Inca Knits, 28
Inside Intarsia, 61
Inspired to Knit, 28
Inspired to Quilt, 44
Intentional Spinner w/ DVD, 22
International Quilt Festival: Quilt
Scene Bookazine, 53
Interweave Crochet Accessories
Special Issue, 52
Interweave Crochet CD Collections, 57
Interweave Crochet Magazine, 49
Interweave Knits 2012 Wall Calendar, 58
Interweave Knits Accessories Special Issue, 52
Interweave Knits CD Collections, 56
Interweave Knits Holiday Gifts
Special Issue, 51
Interweave Knits Magazine, 49
Interweave Knits Weekend Special Issue, 51
Introduction to Fair Isle:The
Ivy League Vest, 61
It Itches, 29
Jane Austen Knits Bookazine, 55
Japanese Inspired Knits, 29
Jewelry Architect, 76
Jewelry Studio: Silver Wire Fusing, 84
Jewelry Studio: Wire Wrapping, 84
Knit & Purl: The Harmony Guides, 24
Knit & Spin Bookazine, 55
Knit Edgings and Trims: Harmony Guide, 24
Knit Fix, 29
Knit Kimono, 29
Knit Kimono Too, 20
Knit So Fine, 30
Knit to be Square, 29
Knit.wear Special Issue, 52
Knitscene CD Collections, 57
Knitscene Magazine, 49
Knitted Babes, 30
Knitted Embellishments, 33
Knitted Gifts, 29
Knitted Jackets, 30
Knitted Lace of Estonia DVD
(Standalone), 62
Knitted Lace of Estonia w/DVD, 30
Knitter’s Comp Book w/DVD, 20
Knitter’s Handy Book of Sweater Patterns, 30
Knitters Handy Book of Patterns, 30
Knitting Daily TV Series DVDs, 60
Knitting Daily Workshop: Color
for Knitters, 62
Knitting from Top Down, 61
Knitting Green, 31
Knitting in the Details, 20
Knitting Little Luxuries, 31
Knitting on the Road, 31
Knitting out of Africa, 31
Knitting Plus: Deconstructing Fit + Plus, 13
Knitting Socks with Handpainted Yarn, 31
Knitting Traditions Bookazine, 54
Knitting Vintage Socks, 32
Knitwear Design Workshop, 32
Lace & Eyelets: The Harmony Guides, 24
Lace Style, 25
Lapidary Jewelry Artist CD Collections, 93
Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist, 89
Layer by Layer, 66
Learning to Warp, 41
Low-Tech Metal Apps, 66
Lutradur and the New Fibers, 19
Make it Graphic, 66
Making Colorful Wire Jewelry, 84
Making Connections, 84
Making Faces, 63
Making Polymer Clay Beads, 84
Marketing & Selling Your
Handmade Jewelry, 85
Master Machine Quilting, 64
Master Machine Stitching, 64
Mastering Beadwork, 85
Mastering Plein Air Acrylic Painting, 9
Mastering Plein Air in Oil, 9
Mastering Portrait Drawing, 9
Mastering Portraiture in Oils DVD, 9
Mastering Sketching, 1
Mastering the Dramatic Still Life in Oil, 9
Mastering Watercolor Portraiture, 9
Mastering Weave Structures, 41
Men in Knits, 32
Metal Embellishments, 64
Metal Style, 75
Metalwork: Exploring Metal Clay Basics, 95
Metalwork: Exploring Metal
Clay Hollow Forms, 95
Metalwork: Making Bezels for Stones
and Found Objects, 94
Metalwork: Wire Essentials, 94
Metalwork: Wire Fusing & Other
Micro Torch Techniques, 95
Mixed Mania, 17, 45
Mixed Media Explorations, 46
Mixed Media: Making Steampunk-
Style Jewelry, 94
Mixed Media: Personalized Jewelry, 94
Mixed Metals, 85
Mixed-Media Art Quilts, 64
Mixed-Media Medley, 67
Mixed-Media Self Portraits, 46
Mixed-Media Textile Art, 67
Natural Knits for Babies and Moms, 32
Navajo Weaving Way, 42
New England Knits, 32
New Stranded Colorwork, The, 32
No Sheep for You, 33
Northern Knits, 33
One Skein, 33
Pastel Highlights Special Issue, 5
PieceWork CD Collections, 58
PieceWork Magazine, 50
Playful Paper Backgrounds, 67
Plein Air Painting, 6
Poems of Color, 33
Popular Wheel Mechanics, 70
Power Cables, 33
Print Collage Quilt, 64
Printed Pattern, The, 18
Printmaking + Mixed Media, 46
Quilting Arts 2012 Wall Calendar, 59
Quilting Arts Book, The, 44
Quilting Arts CD Collections, 57
Quilting Arts Gifts Bookazine, 53
Quilting Arts Magazine, 49
Quilting Arts TV DVD Series, 68
Quilting Line and Color, 21
Rag Rug Handbook, 42
Respect the Spindle, 39
Respect the Spindle DVD, 71
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Scarf Style, 25
Screen Printing Sampler, 65
Sculptural Metal Clay Jewelry, 85
Seed Bead Fusion, 85
Sew Liberated, 16, 47
Sew Me, Love Me, 48
Sewn with Love, 21
Shadow Knitting, 34
Shape Shifting, 65
Shibori Knitted Felt, 35
Simple Style, 25
Simply Felt, 35
Simply Modern Jewelry, 85
Simply Needlefelt, 35
Sock Innovation, 34
Sock Knitting Master Class, 12
Spin Control, 39
Spin to Knit, 39
Spin-Off CD Collections, 58
Spin-Off Magazine, 50
Spinner’s Toolbox, 69
Spinners Companion, 39
Spinning Book Rack, 96
Spinning Cotton, 71
Spinning for Lace, 69
Spinning Luxury Fibers DVD, 69
Spinning Wheel Maintenance DVD, 71
Stamped Metal Jewelry, 86
Start Spinning, 40
Start Spinning DVD, 70
Step By Step Jewelry Workshop, 86
Step by Step Wire Jewelry, 88
Step by Step Wire Jewelry CD Collections, 92
Stitch Alchemy, 46
Stitch Bookazine, 54
Stitch Graffiti, 48
Stitch Imagery: From Photo, 65
Stitchy Kitty Fuzzy Puppy, 48
Stringing, 89
Stringing Style, 86
Stringing Style 2, 86
Studios Bookazine, 53
Super Beadwork, 88
Surface Design Sampler Platter, 65
Surface Designer’s Handbook, The, 46
Texture Transformation, 67
Textures for Collage: Build ‘em up!, 67
The Gentle Art of Plying, 70
The Knitter’s Companion DVD, 62
Time to Weave, 42
Totally Twisted, 86
Traditional Knitted Lace Shawls, 34
Twisted Sisters Knit Sweaters, 34
Twisted Sisters Sock Workbook, The, 40
Vintage Modern Knits, 11
Warping Your Loom, 69
Watercolor CD Compilation, 8
Watercolor Magazine, 5
Weave Wrap & Coil, 76
Weaver’s Companion, 42
Weaver’s Idea Book, 42
Weaver’s Studio: Doubleweave, The, 43
Weaver’s Studio: Woven Shibori, 43
Weavers Book 8-Shaft Patterns; A, 42
Weaving In the Peruvian Highlands, 43
Weaving Made Easy, 43
Weaving on a Rigid Heddle Loom, 70
Weldon’s Needlework, 48
Wire Art Jewelry with DVD, 73
Wire Style, 87
Wire Style 2, 72
Wirework w/DVD, 76
Workbench Guide to Jewelry Techniques, 87
Workshop CD Collection, 8
Workshop with the Masters, 5
Woven Treasures, 43
Woven Wire Jewelry, 87
Wrap Style, 25
Wrapped in Crochet, 38
Wrapped in Lace, 20
Yarns to Dye For, 41
Zulu Inspired Beadwork, 87
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