9781624148729-1624148727-Modern Heritage Knits: Sweaters, Shawls and Accessories Inspired by American-Made Yarns

Modern Heritage Knits: Sweaters, Shawls and Accessories Inspired by American-Made Yarns

ISBN-13: 9781624148729
ISBN-10: 1624148727
Edition: Illustrated
Author: Danaee, Christina
Publication date: 2019
Publisher: Page Street Publishing
Format: Paperback 144 pages
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ISBN-13: 9781624148729
ISBN-10: 1624148727
Edition: Illustrated
Author: Danaee, Christina
Publication date: 2019
Publisher: Page Street Publishing
Format: Paperback 144 pages

Summary

Acknowledged authors Danaee, Christina wrote Modern Heritage Knits: Sweaters, Shawls and Accessories Inspired by American-Made Yarns comprising 144 pages back in 2019. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 1624148727 and 9781624148729. Since then Modern Heritage Knits: Sweaters, Shawls and Accessories Inspired by American-Made Yarns textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price of $ 0.03 or rent at the marketplace.

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Create Beautiful, Long-Lasting Knits with a Story to Tell

Take a journey to more thoughtful, sustainable knitting with Christina Danaee’s gorgeous patterns. Discover the story behind your knits, from the way the fiber was produced to the yarn that inspired the design. Striking details like easy-to-execute lace, clever colorwork and extra-plush ribbing turn these simple projects into handmade heirlooms you’ll wear today and keep forever.

The classic striped sweater gets an update in the Odiorne Point Pullover, complete with a comfortable, flattering shape and a cinching cowl neck for blustery days. Style blends with function in the Point Richmond Cap, a warm, double-layered hat topped with a modern Nordic-inspired pattern. The Trescott Slippers, featuring a chevron texture that knits up quickly using bulky yarn, are perfect for beginners. If you’re looking for a masterpiece, try the Celo Cardigan: the allover hexagon pattern creates a stretchy, luxurious fabric that’s easier to make than it looks!

With accessories, shawls and even tunics, these are versatile patterns you’ll return to through the seasons. Christina’s tips for creating meaningful, durable knits, substituting yarns and sourcing local fiber at any price point make this an essential guide for any knitter.

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