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"Completely changed my view of knitted jewelry." - Beading Daily
"Make wearable pieces of art...this new book gives you a fresh take on jewelry making." - Knitting News
"Rosemary Hill will teach you how to create stunningly beautiful knitted, crocheted and felted jewelry." - Anchorage Daily News
"This book is all about jewelry--knitted and crocheted jewelry. And almost without exception, I love just about everything in here." - KnittingScholar.com
"Lovely and imaginative projects for knitters who like to make jewelry or for beaders who like to knit." - About.com Guide to Knitting
Rosemary Hill is a graphic designer and illustrator. She is the founder of Designs by Romi, a company that designs and sells shawl pins. She lives in Geyserville, California.
I am getting good ideas from this book. And will learn some techniques as well. I am not likely to make an exact copy of something in this book but that is OK.Published 13 months ago by Joan M. Morgan
How many of us limit ourselves to only wirework, or only beadweaving? Most of us who love fiber arts cross over into lots of other areas, and Romi Hill is definitely a Renaissance... Read morePublished on September 22, 2011 by Eve Starr
I think this book is a really good starting point for lots of fun jewelry! It's given me lots of ideas to use glass beads that I make as well as felted beads! Read morePublished on April 7, 2011 by Anne Ricketts
A different and unusual knitting book is Elements of Style: Knit & Crochet Jewelry with Wire, Fiber, Felt & Beads by Rosemary Hill published by Interweave Press in 2008. Read morePublished on October 29, 2010 by Marge
I found this book very stimulating for the creation of new jewelry and other items. The instructions were relatively easy to read and the finished projects are elegant. Read morePublished on June 28, 2009 by J. Wasbauer
The book was intriguing and as I read it, I thought it doable, but after going
through all the patterns, they seemed repetitious and not as easy as
I was pleasantly surprised when I started looking through this book. It's filled with some of the most beautiful and original knitted and crochet jewelry I've ever seen. Read morePublished on May 10, 2009 by Sue B
This is not your Grandma's knitting, crocheting or designing jewelry book. The instructions are clear with lots of illustrations. Read morePublished on April 27, 2009 by Shetland Mom