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Knitting Nature: 39 Designs Inspired by Patterns in Nature Paperback – March 1, 2012
"Go Big Knits" from the editors of Marie Claire Idees
Knit designs from the editors of Marie Claire Idées to ensure that women of all body shapes and types will look—and feel—fantastic. Learn more
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About the Author
Norah Gaughan is the design director at Berroco Yarns. Her work has been published in all of the major knitting magazines, online, and in many books, including Reversible Knitting, Weekend Knitting, and Handknit Holidays from STC Craft. She is a coauthor of the STC Craft book Comfort Knitting & Crochet: Afghans.
Top Customer Reviews
Many of the patterns are eye-catching and lovely. In Hexagons, the Asymmetrical Cardigan in a lovely light blue hue is definitely a pattern I want to try. It is knit in cashmere . The stitch in this cardigan is modeled after the woven pattern of caned chair seats. The Hex Afghan is stunning. Knit in a rich brownish-red, half alpaca and half wool, it contains rows of elongated hexagons.
The Swirled Pentagon Pullover is luscious. Knit in an angora and wool blend, it is an almost turquoise colorway.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Beautiful and unique projects. I have not tried them yet but plan to do so in the near future.Published 9 months ago by Robin R Crabtree
Many beautiful and interesting patterns.
A few were odd, but the majority were pretty and worthy of knitting
Did not care for these designs. They seemed to be lots of work and not good for practical wearing. The designs are creative and look good on models, but I knew I would not wear... Read morePublished on January 28, 2013 by S. Sur