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Knit Red: Stitching for Women's Heart Health (Stitch Red) Hardcover – June 12, 2012
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but discovered so much more when I opened the book. It is put together with finesse, include healthy living tips by the many designers, is beautifully
photographed, but most importantly is full of stunning knitwear. Kieran's shawl does not disappoint. But there is more: a red hoodie, a ruffly edged V-neck,
a lacy heart market bag. The cover has a yarn wound heart making the art on the cover itself a complement to a country home.
This will be a beloved book.
There are over 30 patterns, contributed by such eminent knitting designers as Debbie Bliss, Martin Storey, Jared Flood, Norah Gaughan and Deborah Newton, as well as a few designers who are not quite as well-known but are extremely talented. Garments include sweaters, cardigans, shawls, socks, mittens, hats and more. All the patterns are for women with a few home items (nothing for men or kids) and all are knitted in vivid red to symbolize the heart connection. The sizing ranges from pattern to pattern, and several patterns are one size fits all (such as the shawls). Yarns range in gauge from fingering to chunky, and include high-end luxury yarns as well as yarns available at big-box craft stores; in any event, it should not be terribly hard to use the Craft Yarn Council designations to substitute yarns. Difficulty levels range from patterns knit mainly in stockinette, to lace, beaded and cable designs that are more advanced. Photography is beautiful and stylish.Read more ›
On to the really good stuff--there is a vast variety of patterns and really great projects! There are a couple of shawls in particular that I believe will be on my project list soon! Beautiful designs and a lot of them integrate a heart pattern, and what better for your heart and soul, but to meditate and knit. What I am doing typing this? I have to get knitting!
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Cool designs but most are for experienced knitters. Not too many for novice knitters. Love all the red yarn colors.Published 11 months ago by Lee
Nice projects, recommended by my mom. Haven't tried any yet, but looking forward to it.Published 16 months ago by Debbie KD
This is a beautifully done knitting book. The projects are intermediate and I am more of an experienced beginner, but something to aspire to. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Cydney C. Fowler