Get that one too if you want to look ultra chic!
The end of the book features a section on finishing tips which is most appropriate given the tailored tone of most of the sweaters.
Ms. Frost's use of textured stitch patterns other than cables, ribbing and seed stitch makes this a great creativity "tickler."
The book was in neat and intact condition.
Regarding the content:- The patterns can be updated by us knitter's with a little experience and imagination. Read more
Wonderful Knitting pattern book! This is a classic that I use again and again.Published 8 months ago by PaulaD
This book gives me pointers of how to make the jackets I am working on. This will be recommended to my friendsPublished 15 months ago by Janice L Daus
The book was just what I wanted. It was recommend by a shop owner as having a Chanel jacket pattern in it. It does and the pattern was just what I needed. Thanks. JAPublished on September 9, 2012 by Janice Avedissian
I first came across Jean Frost's book years ago and didn't buy it because I felt the knit jackets shown were frumpy to almost ugly (esp. bland/unfortunate color choices). Read morePublished on April 23, 2012 by Dangerous when Cooking
Jean Frost has designed and knit these lovely Chanel-like jackets that you can knit too. She has impeccable taste and the jackets are truly haute couture. Great book! Read morePublished on May 18, 2011 by A. Chan
I found several patterns in this that I like and that's why I bought it, but for the most part I won't make half the jackets in here. It is, however, well written.Published on March 21, 2011 by Sue
This book has some great patterns. They are wonderfully designed, and if you follow the pattern you will have no problem sewing them together because the seam allowance is visible... Read morePublished on June 13, 2010 by Kindle Customer