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Luxury Yarn One-Skein Wonders: 101 Small Indulgences Paperback – October, 2008
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Sometimes a Little Luxury Is All You Need
Discover the small treasures you can knit from single skeins of the high-end yarns you dream about.
Creamy Cashmere * Lustrous Alpaca * Seductive Silk * Exotic Soy * Organic Linen * Ecofriendly Bamboo
More than 100 patterns designed especially for the world's finest yarns offer gorgeous possibilities for your fiber indulgences.
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I would love to see "Luxury Yarn One-Skein Wonders BOOK TWO" come out!
On the plus side, the table of contents is sorted by weight of yarn, although I would have preferred more conventional weight, like "fingering" rather than "lightweight."
You'll probably want this if you like one-skein books, but the sock yarn one-skein book is a billion times better, both in layout and in variety and quality of patterns.
This is a work book, not just a browse through illustration magazine! It needs to be hardy enough to withstand multiple uses.
The pages are flying off just after one use.
However, two issues make using this book very frustrating:
1. the pics are completely separated from the instructional text, plus, the pics & texts are not in the same order ... you have to leaf back and forth between the pics and the text to find the item (the page numbers ARE listed on the pic).
2. the stitch patterns are printed in a medium green ink on a light green background and very close to the center spine ... as a result they are very hard to read and almost impossible to scan or copy (for your own use, of course).