From the Back Cover
Working with colorwhether it's one richly toned variegated handspun yarn or multiple yarns worked in an intricate patternis a great way to advance your knitting from basic projects to more complex and satisfying ones. Photo by photo and step by step, this book explains all the key techniques used to knit with color, from stripes to slip stitch to stranded knitting, intarsia, and entrelac. Plus, you'll get lessons on color theory and discover how to put together beautiful color combinations with a variety of projects.
Concise lessons show you all the steps to a skill and are ideal for quick review
Each skill or technique is defined and described
Detailed color photos demonstrate each step
Step-by-step instructions accompany each photo
Helpful tips provide additional guidance
Hundreds of color photos
About the Author
Mary Scott Huff, a nationally recognized knitting designer and teacher, is the author of The New Stranded Colorwork. A native of the Pacific Northwest, she shares a wee little house there with her husband, two children, some Scottish Terriers, and more yarn than is strictly necessary. You can follow Mary's adventures playing with string on her blog at www.maryscotthuff.com.