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Fabled Fiber Fine Yarns Knitting Books

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The Happy Hooker (Crochet) by Debbie Stoller Ref: 70122
Written in Debbie's cheeky chick style, this heavily illustrated book featurs full colour photographs and instructional illustrations throughout and is packed full of instruction, inspiration, and 'to-die-for' designs, from a fishnet skullcap to a lacy evening wrap. For knitters and new crafters exploring the' hook'. 





Fun & Funky Knitting by Emma King Ref: 70123
Emma King's new book picks up where 25 Bags to Knit left off. Fun and Funky Knitting is brimming with hip designs - including shoulder bags,hats & leg warmers - and also inludes full instructions for new knitters. 





The Impatient Patchworker Ref: 70101

20 Great Projects You Can Make in a Hurry! 





Easy Crocheted Accessories by Carol Meldrum
Easy Crocheted Accessories by Carol Meldrum Ref: 70114
Crochet is quick, fun and therapeutic, and with knowledge of just a few simple stitches you can start making all kinds of wonderful fabrics.

This book contains a wide spectrum of accessories, from bags and throws to hats and scarves, and includes both traditional and contemporary designs. 





Nursery Knits by Zoe Mellor Ref: 70091
Featuring 25 projects to warm and delight children from newborns to three years, all expertly designed, styled and finished by children's designer, Zoe Mellor. Zoe includes a fun range of multi-coloured knits for toddlers, a selection of soft toys for baby's first friends, and great ideas for decorating the nursery, from fun seating to decorative flags. 





Essential Crochet by Erika Knight Ref: 70109
If you are anything like us, then you won’t be able to resist Erika Knight’s new book, Essential Crochet. Bringing a traditional craft right up to date, Erika’s designs range from a basic patchwork throw to a handy tote bag crocheted in leather, and this book is sure to contain something for everyone. 





Finishing Techniques for Hand Knitters by Jane Crowfoot Ref: 70108
An illustrated guide with step by step descriptions to the finishing techniques that every knitter should master. Find out how to give your knitting a professional finish, from the initial casting on to the final sewing up. Including instructions on how to insert zips, introduce beads to your knitting, and a practical guide for creating different effects to garments and soft furnishings. Jane Crowfoot draws on her extensive experience as knitting course tutor and Rowan Design Consultant to put professional knitting within the reach of all knitters.


 





More Blankets and Throws by Debbie Abrahams Ref: 70103
Those of you who have been eagerly awaiting the sequel to Debbie’s 2003 book Blankets & Throws to Knit will not be disappointed by this fantastic book from the well-known designer. Renowned for her colourful, vibrant, contemporary designs, Debbie has combined beads with her passion for colour and texture to create pieces that will enhance your home. 





Toys to Knit by Tracey Chapman Ref: 70104
Adorable, soft and colourful - and just the right size for little hands - knitted toys are the ideal gift for children of all ages. The collection of wonderful knitted toys in this book - many of them complete with their own alternative outfits or additional accessories - will be a welcome addition to any child's cuddly collection. 





Knitted Babes by Claire Garland Ref: 70105
Knitted Babes is a charismatic collection of knitted dolls each with their own wardrobe of handknitted and hand-sewn clothes. Suitable for both novices and experienced knitters, this is a superb collection of fun and funky dolls that are just perfect for giving as gifts (if you can bear to part with them.) 





Decorative Knitting by Haxell/Roberts
Decorative Knitting by Haxell/Roberts Ref: 70106
With 100 techniques, 200 ideas and 18 projects, Decorative Knitting is sure to inspire everyone, from those new to the craft to the more experienced knitter looking for something new.
This book includes a swatch library which shows how each technique can be developed.
 





Hats, Gloves and Scarves by Louisa Harding Ref: 70107
Not only is a knitted hat, pair of gloves, or a scarf a thoughtful and useful handmade gift, it's also one that's easy to make. Louisa Harding writes and designs for Vogue Knitting, Knitting magazine, and other publications, and knitters of all skill levels will love her simple patterns with uncomplicated finishing techniques for these handy accessories. Illustrated with handsome and instructional photographs, these great designs can be adapted for the whole family. Knitters can learn fun ways to embellish their creations with ribbons, beads, or embroidery, and there are also helpful tips and hints throughout, from how to measure proper length for a scarf to making the perfect pom-pom.
 





'Knitorama' by Rachel Matthews Ref: 70094
If you have ever wondered where you could get some fried egg ear-muffs, or how to knit a cheese and ham sandwich, then this is the book for you! Full of zany accessories and garments by Rachael Matthews, the founding member of London’s Cast Off knitting club, Knitorama promotes Cast Off’s concept of contemporary knitting. Rachael says: Cast Off’s mission is to get people to knit socially. Knitorama is about having fun with knitting and encouraging people to have a go at knitting what they want, when they want. 





Stitch 'n Bitch, The Knitters Handbook by Debbie Stoller Ref: 70097
It's the essential guide for chicks with sticks - from the tools of the trade to the knitty-gritty of techniques and patterns, all with easy to follow step-by-step illustrated techniques, plus the stitch doctor's own special bag of tricks and how to hook up with other knitters.
After the how-to comes the why-to: forty hip, stylish patterns, as good for beginners as they are for purly pros.
 





'Stitch 'n Bitch Nation' by Debbie Stoller Ref: 70095
Stitch ‘n Bitch Nation features fifty hip and funky patterns ranging from mobile phone covers to dog coats, alongside more conventional wraps, scarves and sweaters. Patterns are supported with features about real people and real clubs around the US. 





The Knitters Bible by Kate Buller Ref: 70052
The Knitters Bible, ideal for beginners and an indispensable resource for experienced knitters. Innovative spiral bound split-page format with step-by-step techniques at the bottom of the page and more than 25 stunning patterns at the top.  





Stitch 'n Bitch, A Knitter's Design Journal by D Stroller
Stitch 'n Bitch, A Knitter's Design Journal by D Stroller Ref: 70092
The third in Debbie Stoller’s best-selling Stitch ‘N Bitch series, Stitch ‘N Bitch: A Knitter’s Design Journal promises to be the “essential journal for chicks with sticks”.
The compact guide, adorned with uber adorable knitting cowgirl, is packed with yarn required for basic knit items, pages to keep track of supplies, a glossary, design aids such as templates, pre-drawn hipster knitter’s models, and graph paper, as well as a die-cut ruler to measure knitting gauge and check needle size (US and metric).
 





Adorable Knits for Tiny Tots by Zoe Mellor Ref: 70090
From polka dot bootees and chunky sweaters to floral jackets and even a fairy dress, there is something in Zoe's new book to delight every child.
Designs are knitted in cool cottons, perfect for spring and autumn, and cosy wools that will comfort little ones on chilly days.
 





Classic Knits for Real Women by Storey & Brant Ref: 70086
Classic Knits for Real Women caters for sizes 14-24, and is crammed full of beautiful, sophisticated garments modelled by real women, not professional models. Designed by Martin Storey, with assistance from Sharon Brant, this book contains a wide range of designs, from daywear to evening wear, with shapes that flatter and accentuate the fuller figure. 





Crochet for Beginners by Susie Johns


Learn to Knit Ref: 70050
Timeless, easy classics to knit, together with full step-by-step how to knit instructions make this book a must for every beginner knitter. Among the range of 20 designs are garments and accessories for men, women, children, babies and homeware. 





Learn to Crochet
Learn to Crochet Ref: 70051
Complete step-by-step instructions from making your first slip loop to creating crochet lace edgings, plus a great selection of classic and new patterns (easy, intermediate and advanced) for accessories and home furnishings.
 





A Seasons Tale by Kim Hargreaves Ref: 70053
Thirty five designs by Kim Hargreaves for men, women and children.
Photographed against the stunning backdrop of the Scottish glens, this seasonal collection ranges from traditional fairisles and textured tweeds to beaded evening wear. A full range of styles of designs, including the much-requested accessories, gloves and hats. Supports Rowan’s new autumn yarns, including the Rowanspun family
 





Simple Knits for Cherished Babies by Erika Knight Ref: 70054
This is an ideal gift book for anyone who knits or is thinking of taking up knitting. The 15 projects are ideal for babies from birth to one year. All are simple to work but with superlative finishing details, in wonderful soft yarns and natural colours. In addition to the patterns, suggestions are included for gift wrapping, providing everything you need to create the perfect new born gift 





Style Your Own Kids' Knits by Kate Buller Ref: 70055
Style Your Own Kids Knits provides an easy-to-follow method for designing your own knitwear for kids. The book takes a new approach to knitting, offering a basic master pattern for eight different sizes, including babies, toddlers, and children up to ten years old, and allows you the option of knitting a pullover or a jacket with either a crew or v-next in each size range. Every pattern is designed with children in mind, with comfortable shapes in easy-wear, kid proof yarns. Simply select a basic garment and then personalise it, choosing from an extensive range of motifs - over 150 - as well as edgings and borders. Whether you decide to use a snail, a ghost or a circus motif, or to add lace edges or bobbles and ruffs, you can create something to suit every child's taste 







Designs for Kids, Hand Knits and Things by Lucinda Guy Ref: 70071
Designs for Kids: Handknits & Things is a work of art in itself with its enchanting characters that will appeal to kids and adults alike. Featuring more than 20 designs for 2 - 5 year olds including dresses, hats, blankets and toys this really is a book to treasure. 





And So To Bed by Lucinda Guy
And So To Bed by Lucinda Guy Ref: 70119

24 projects to make bedtime fun for any 2 - 5 year old. All the projects should please the average knitter, from simple classic dressing gowns to cardigans & tank tops to more elaborate knits such as the embroidered Roost Blanket & the half moon hottie cover. This collection will be a pleasure to knit & should be enjoyed & treasured for many years to come. 





Adorable Crochet for Babies and Toddlers by Lesley Stansfield Ref: 70058
This book by established designer Lesley Stanfield is full of crochet ideas for appealing baby and toddler garments that are soft, comfortable and stylish. Each design features variations of stitch, trim or detail alongside, and the patterns include colourful toys, ranging from the simple to the more ambitious. Traditional blankets and throws are given a new spin and are certain to become items that will be cherished long after the baby has grown. The crochet techniques featured include a wide variety of Afghan squares, marvellously textured relief stitches that look like ribs and cables, bobble patterns, lacy edgings, multi-colour stitches and some Irish crochet. All the designs are based on the combination of a few simple stitches which are illustrated in detail at the start of the book for beginners, or as a reminder to anyone whose skills are rusty. 









Denim People by Rowan
Denim People by Rowan Ref: 70065
Throw it in the washing machine after knitting and it emerges smaller and paler than before. Wear it and wash it time after time and it just gets better! It's the very special dying process that turns plain white cotton hanks into Rowan's unique Denim yarn.
Thirty contemporary designs from designers Kim Hargreaves, Martin Storey, Erika Knight and Louisa Harding, as well as new talent Carol Meldrum and Leah Sutton, bring an innovative look to this classic yarn.
 





Lucy Neatby's Cool Socks, Warm Feet Ref: 50015
Six lovely sock patterns for printed yarns.A great source of really useful hints and tips for all abilities!
 





25 Cushions to Knit by Debbie Abrahams Ref: 70067
If there's nothing else you ever change in your home, adding a cushion here and there can make all the difference, and knitting your own can be a satisfying project that brings life and colour to the simplest scheme. Knitting a cushion designed by Debbie Abrahams is even more satisfying, as Debbie's eye for colour and attention to detail will ensure that the finished project sits centre stage.
Six lifestyle settings in Debbie's newest book, 25 Cushions to Knit, feature styles from Urban Cool to Modern Minimal with designs that range from florals to stripes, traditional stitch pattern to intricate colourways.
 





Knitting for Beginners by Sasha Kagan
Knitting for Beginners by Sasha Kagan Ref: 70069
This book from Sasha Kagan explains everything you need to know to create exciting, colourful garments and home funishings.
 





The Knitted Teddy Bear by Sandra Polley Ref: 70070
Sandra Polley shows us how to make teddies to be loved and treasured whether as toys or heirlooms. Instructions on how to make a perfect jointed teddy, and it’s own special outfit are included, along with some tips from Sandra to help you experiment with your own designs. 





Baby Bloom by Erika Knight Ref: 70072
Baby Bloom is a contemporary take on mother and baby knits from top international textile designer, Erika Knight. Chapters and designs are themed to reflect ‘Comfortable’, ‘Eclectic’, ‘Nostalgic’ and ‘Nocturnal’, offering 20 designs from shawls to t-shirts. 





25 Bags to Knit by Emma King Ref: 70073
Knitted bags make a great starter project for new knitters. They also remain a firm favourite with more experienced knitters as projects through which they can express their own personalities. Emma King has done just that with this collection of unique and stylish bags - ranging from clutch to rucksack, fun to functional, there is something for everyone. 





Beginers Guide to Knitting by Alison Dupernex


Easy Knitted Accessories by Jeanette Trotman Ref: 70075
Easy Knitted Accessories features thirty quick and easy accessory projects, which guide you through the basic knitting skills. 






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