Inspired by traditional Norwegian knitwear, these designs for holiday ornaments integrate the old with the new.
This collection of 25 homeware pieces by Martin Storey offers something for knitters of all skill levels. It includes graphic stripes and blocks, Scandinavian inspired colourwork and beautiful textures. Yarns used range from chunky Rowan Big Wool, Felted Tweed and Handknit Cotton to finer 4 ply yarns.
From coasters to cushions to Smudge the cat, these homeware projects will be sure to make you feel just that little bit more proud of wherever you lay your hat. The beautiful knitted collection consists of 10 pieces designed by Jem Weston, using some of Rowan's favourite yarns including, Cocoon, Summerlite DK and Felted Tweed.
Easter Knits by Arne and Carlos
Easy Fair Isle Knits, a collection of simple colour work patterns for accessories and the home by Martin Storey.
The latest knitting title in the Twenty to Make series, Easy Knitted Tea Cosies contains twenty desirable, colourful and easy-to-knit tea cosies. T
Beloved Scandinavian craft design duo Arne & Carlos are celebrating 15 years of Christmas balls, Easter eggs, scarves, hats, socks, slippers, sweaters, jackets, and so much more and you're invited! This beautiful book brings together 70 of Arne & Carlos' favourite patterns, from 55 Christmas Balls to Knit to Field Guide to Knitted Birds, and everything in between plus 15 brand-new designs you've never seen before. Dive into the eye-catching colours, delightful charm and endless inspiration with this ultimate Arne & Carlos collection!
• 30 blissful designs to indulge, cocoon, pamper and detox • Cosy homewares, accessories and casual garments • No matter what your mood you will find the perfect project for an instant pick-me-up
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or the ultimate in color and pattern choices, knit your home accessories. Pillows, bolsters, afghans and throws are the core of this collection of home accessories from the archives of Knitter's Magazine. New companion pieces round the 25-plus projects into collections that season a room or the entire house. One-size-fits-all rarely works even in interior knits so many pieces can be knit in a range of sizes. Choices for color and fiber are even more varied: yarns ranging from easy-care to luxury blends to organic, fit all budgets and priorities. A special section helps in planning alternate color schemes. Clear illustrations encourage the knitter to try a new technique or an easy finishing option no-sew pillows, throws that you can (they look good on both sides), fool-proof washing and storing of knits. Handknits are the ultimate accessory for the green home: the yarns can be organic; the fibers can complement the interior climate, warm or cool; the pieces are definitely now throw-aways but will be used for years You'll want to try a wide range of techniques featured in this at home accessories book
Arne & Carlos seek to preserve tradition while creating pieces that are fresh and modern. The 33 patterns in this book have been inspired by Setesdal’s cultural heritage but were designed with a little twist.
More easy fairisle knits by Martin Storey features 13 modern fair isle projects all using Rowan Felted Tweed. From smaller projects such as phone cover, cushions and scarves to slipovers and throws this book offers simple fairisle patterning for knitters of most skill levels.
Nordic Knits by Martin Storey. 25 Stylish small projects inspired by Scandinavian design.
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