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Jen Arnall-Culliford: Boost your Knitting - Another Year of Techniques

Product information "Jen Arnall-Culliford: Boost your Knitting - Another Year of Techniques"

Following the first Book, "Boost your Knitting - Another Year of Techniques" delivers a selection of knitting patterns from world-class designers. The unique method of focusing on one technique for each knitting pattern makes it possible to learn or improve certain techniques while knitting. "Boost your Knitting - Another Year of Techniques" is another great addition to the libary of the modern knitter.

Dieses Buch ist nur in englischer Sprache erhältlich!

"Boost your Knitting - Another Year of Techniques" contains the following Patterns:
  • Bramen Cowl by Nancy Marchant (Tuck stitches)
  • Sterlyn Shawl by Joji Locatelli (Correcting mistakes in lace knitting)
  • Totally Tubular Mittens by Sarah Hatton (Tubular cast-on method in the round)
  • Apple Swizzle Hat by Thea Colman (Dip stitches)
  • Heartgyle Socks by Julia Farwell-Clay (Intarsia in the round)
  • Skystone Armwarmers by Felicity (Felix) Ford (Choosing colours for stranded colourwork)
  • Flying Leaves Scarf by Carol Feller (Brioche knitting, including increases and decreases)
  • Marangoni Hat by Tori Seierstad (Joining in yarns for colourwork)
  • Sooper Sweater by Anna Maltz (Marlisle)
  • Peaks and Troughs Hat by Jen Arnall-Culliford (Double knitting, including decreases)
  • Alcedo Socks by Wendy D. Johnson (Gusset short row heel for toe-up socks)
  • Brunny the Bunny by Ella Austin (Finishing techniques for toy knitting, including sewing together, stuffing, embroidering faces)

Language: English

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Yarns included in the book

Schoppel Gradient
Color Schoppel: Stone-Washed
This yarn "Gradient" by German manufacturer Schoppel consists of 100% wool, is light and voluminous due to its slightly felted structure and has most stunning color variations. Perfect for interestingly constructed hats and voluminous shawls and cowls. Schoppel yarns are made with mulesing-free wool sourced in South America."Wood Warbler Cowl" was designed for 2 different balls of this yarn (colors "Schatten" and "Gelbfilter") The color changes make the knitting extra fun, and the result looks just cool and special. The yarn is light, soft and durable. 100 g are sufficient for an adult sized hat. It´s also perfect to make a thicker Hitchhiker, Lintilla or Easy shawl (please order two balls). The sample "Tensfield" from the book "Strickmich! Knitting Inventions" was knit out of 60 g of this yarn, colorway "Papagei".

Content: 0.1 kilogram (€165.00* / 1 kilogram)

Fyberspates Scrumptious 4-ply
Color fyberspates: 304 - Water
45% shiny silk and 55% supersoft merino make an irresisitible yarn for shawls you will not want to take off! The perfect choice for a luxurious Heaven & Space, Naiada or Jasminde shawl by Martina Behm. Hand dyed in gorgeous colors by Fyberspates.The sample "Heaven and Space" from our book "Hitchhiker Collection" was made out of two skeins of this yarn, colorway "Water".

Content: 0.1 kilogram (€195.00* / 1 kilogram)