UK based knitwear designer Vibe Sondergaard studied fashion design at Kingston University's renowned fashion program in addition to the Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, California. She has won accolades worldwide for her skill in designing knitwear with contemporary appeal and her eye for color. Vibe currently works for Zinc Design Ltd, designing and producing hand-knitted swatches that are sold to fashion companies in New York, LA, Paris, Barcelona and London. Her focus is on creating patterns that combine durable comfort with pretty details.
The patterns are very stylish and are easy to follow.
You can adapt these patterns for teens, and. with these imaginative designs, you can delight not only little girls but some big girls as well.
Knitwear designer Vibe Sondergaard has compiled a book of 20 patterns for fashion conscious little girls.
It's hard to find knitting patterns that are updated and stylish, and nearly impossible to find them
for children. Here they are! Simply wonderful!
Very pretty and unusual patterns. I've already made a few things and there's a nice combination of styles, patterns for various skill levels and interests. Read morePublished 14 months ago by earthymama
This book is a great resource for anyone who wants to make something for the little girls in their life, and many of the designs are easily adaptable to bigger girls as well. Read morePublished 16 months ago by A. Zittel
This book has wonderful, up-to-the-minute patterns for girls. I appreciate the fact that it is just that: for little girls. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Ann L. Sims
I am a knitter who knits for three little granddaughters. It is nice to find a knitting book that has many lovely selections to knit in a range of sizes.Published 19 months ago by J.Brogan
Having granddaughters, I could not imagine not having this lovely book. So many wonderful patterns, I just wish there were 40 knitting hours in every day.Published 23 months ago by Fara
OOhhh!! I am itching to make a few of these for Sophie! I have not knitted from this yet, but I have looked through it and it looks well written. Read morePublished on September 19, 2012 by T. Weis
The pages of this book were not separated but joined in multiples of 4. This tells me that the guillotining of the paper was poorly done. Read morePublished on September 7, 2012 by A. Crannis
I have spent quite a bit of time looking through this book and trying to decide which will be the first I make. Read morePublished on March 16, 2012 by L. Cross