New Heights In Lace Knitting

There are lots of yarns on the market that are ideal for lace knitting. Many are available from small yarn companies and independent dyers—you'll find a selection listed in the Sources for Supplies on page 138. I delight in using unique ...

Author: Andrea Jurgrau

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9781632502339

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 144

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Set against the backdrop of the world's tallest peaks, author Andrea Jurgrau's New Heights in Lace Knitting helps knitters create a beautiful collection of lace shawls and accessories and gain confidence in creating standout knitted lace. Before starting any journey, knitters need to load their packs (or in this case, their knitting bags) with the right supplies. New Heights in Lace Knitting outlines exactly what knitters need in order to cerate a successful finished project. Knitters are guided through choosing the right yarns for lace, basic lace techniques, and a comprehensive how-to for adding beads to lace projects. Beginners might start with a smaller project, such as fingerless mitts with lace detail, while experienced knitters may start with a lace shawl project that challenges their know-how. In all, there are 17 lace patterns that knitters are going to love exploring.

Interweave Presents Classic Knit Shawls

Andrea Jurgrau is a nurse practitioner and avid lace knitter. Her patterns have appeared in KnitScene, Vogue Knitting, Spin•Off, and more. Her first book, New Heights in Lace Knitting, was published in 2016. She resides in New York.

Author: Interweave Editors

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9781632506023

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 128

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Wrap Yourself in Timeless Knitting Style! A shawl may be the perfect knitting project. It's quick to stitch, the ideal-size for trying new techniques, and the end result is a versatile, practical accessory. Whether light and airy for a warm summer evening or cozy and cabled to protect against winter’s chill, you can't go wrong with a shawl. For this collection of classic shawl patterns, we combed through the Interweave archives to carefully collect an array of popular styles. Knitters at all levels will find something to keep their needles busy exploring lace, cables, colorwork, and more. Create a lacy layer with Ilme's Autumn Triangle. Experiment with color on the Impasto Shalwette. Or whip up the simple yet engaging Madeleine shawl. With patterns for a range of weights and warmth levels, this book will help you stay wrapped in stitches any time of year.

Knitting Hats Mittens from Around the World

Donna Druchunas is the author of numerous books, including Successful Lace Knitting: Celebrating the Work of Dorothy Reade, Ethnic Knitting ... In the quest to reach the same lofty heights of coolness, she taught herself to knit too.

Author: Kari Cornell

Publisher: Voyageur Press (MN)

ISBN: 9780760340653

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 148

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Features patterns for knitting traditional hats, mittens, and gloves from around the world, including knits from such countries as Finland, China, France, Peru, and Iceland.

The Bulletin of the I O L I

A - 25 RING THINGS ( Randy & Gary Houtz ) The applique lace . No previous knowledge of the lace Continuing Bucks Point students are welcome . age old art of tatting is being elevated to new is required . Kit fee : $ 6.00 heights .

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924101506008

Category: Lace and lace making

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Free Spirit Shawls

20 Eclectic Knits for Every Day Lisa Shroyer. Introduction. The knitted shawl has become an icon in our strange little crafty world. What is it about this brief accessory, this slip of lace on the shoulders, this evermorphing shape, ...

Author: Lisa Shroyer

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9781620333884

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 136

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Indulge yourself in hand-painted and lace yarns. Many shawl projects take only one skein! What is actually more popular than knitting socks? Knitting shawls! 13 out of 35 of Ravelry's most popular patterns of all time are small shawls or wraps. And who better to curate a collection of these trendy-yet-classic designs than the editor of Knitscene, Lisa Shroyer? Free Spirit Shawls features 20 shawl projects that are presented along 4 themes: Color (simple colorwork), Lace (the infinite pretty possibilities achieved by simple yarnovers), Simplicity (variegated yarns and simple stitches used to create simple yet striking designs), and Texture (cables and knit-purl combinations). Technique features focus on special areas of expertise such as Shetland construction and the anatomy of semicircular shawls. With her intimate knowledge of what knitters are hungry to make and wear, Lisa has curated a contemporary collection that will reach far beyond simple trends and will continue to inspire for years to come.

Ultimate Crochet Stitch Bible

Using just a hook and a ball of yarn, it is possible to create a fabric from almost any length of continuous fibre: wool, ... A revival in the 1960s took crochet to new heights, with colourful, freeform hangings, even hanging chairs, ...

Author: Collins & Brown

Publisher: Collins & Brown

ISBN: 9781910904213

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 288

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This jam-packed stitch bible begins with a guide to the best tools and equipment, detailed instructions on how to crochet, and information on reading stitch diagrams and understanding crochet abbreviations It offers a selection of the very best stitches, including a few new ones and some reinvented for a new generation. The book is divided into three main sections. The first covers basic crochet stitches. The emphasis here is on texture, and we show how combinations of these stitches can be used to make a huge variety of different crochet fabrics, featuring shells, chevrons, puff stitches, trellis stitches and loop stitches, among others. The second section focuses on motifs in a variety of shapes: circular, square, polygonal, triangular as well as leaf and petal shapes. Regular-shaped motifs can be made in multiples and stitched together to create items such as throws and blankets. The third section covers edgings and trims, ranging from simple cords and braids to more elaborate ruffles and frills. Crochet trims can be used to decorate a plain knit or crochet item, adding a special something to a hem, cuff, neckline or plain blanket edge. This inspiring volume will provide a wealth of ideas to bring new creative elements to your crochet work. Whether you are new to crochet or a seasoned pro, there is always something new to learn. Word count: 60,000

Official Gazette of the United States Patent Office

Filed Class 42- Knitted , Netted , and Textile SN 112,953 . , Crompton Company , New York , N.Y. Fabrics ... For Elastic and Non - Elastic Textile Fabrics in General , Such as Braided , Knitted , Woven and Lace Fabrics for Use SN ...

Author: United States. Patent Office

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ISBN: PSU:000065836613

Category: Patents

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Great Cities of the World

In the sixteenth century the hand - knitting of stockings began ; who could foresee its wonderful growth aided by machinery ? And the machine - made lace , begun scarcely a century ago when the point - net machine was invented ...

Author: Elbridge Streeter Brooks

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ISBN: SRLF:EE0000276261

Category: Cities and towns

Page: 176

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Congressional Record

( Inc. ) , Philadelphia ; Oliver Knitting Co. , PhilaYork City ; A. Rusch , Jr. , Silk Mills , New York City ; Sachs ... Pottsville Knitting Mills , Pottsville ; Quaker Lace Co. , Seekenep Silk Co. , New York City ; Stourbode Knitted ...

Author: United States. Congress

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ISBN: OSU:32437010744809

Category: Law

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The Congressional Record is the official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress. It is published daily when Congress is in session. The Congressional Record began publication in 1873. Debates for sessions prior to 1873 are recorded in The Debates and Proceedings in the Congress of the United States (1789-1824), the Register of Debates in Congress (1824-1837), and the Congressional Globe (1833-1873)