From Library Journal
Included in every issue of Vogue Knitting magazine since its rebirth in 1982 are "Very Easy, Very Vogue" designs--knitwear patterns designed to make it possible for even the beginning knitter to make stylish garments in a relatively short period of time. This collection of designs, many from well-known designers like Norah Gaughan, Christian de Falbe, and Lily Chin, will appeal to the beginning as well as to the experienced knitter who would like to start a fall sweater that is actually finished in time for the season. The updated patterns include substitute yarns for those specified in the original patterns and no longer available. Some patterns are for quick, big-needle knits, while others cut knitting time with simple styling and finishing. Recommended for public libraries, especially those catering to a young, hip readership.
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