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Wendy Knits Lace: Essential Techniques and Patterns for Irresistible Everyday Lace Paperback – August 23, 2011
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The first section is a tutorial on lace knitting basics such as needles, yarns, charts, swatches, and blocking. The second section is on lace knitting techniques. This section includes information on casting on, joining yarns, binding off, and making increases. The last section of the book is on resources such as yarns, standard yarn weight systems, abbreviations, and symbols.
The patterns are varied and include sweaters, socks, shawls, cowls, scarves, hats, and mittens. My favorites are the Cranbourne Scarf which is labeled as appropriate for the 'adventuresome beginner'. It utilizes Madelinetosh Tosh Sock Yarn in a beautiful off-white colorway. I love the True Love Scarf or Stole knit in white that calls for Jojoland Cashmere. This is a project for an advanced knitter. The Tiffany Triangle Shawl is for intermediate knitters and calls for Dream in Color Baby Australian Superwash Yarn. The Vortex Sprial Shawl or Afghan is gasp-aloud beautiful. Designed for the 'adventuresome intermediate' it calls for Cascade 220 100% Peruvian Highland Wool in Pumpkin Spice colorway. The Esplanade Mittens for the 'adventuresome beginner' uses one skein of Color Smooshy Sock Yarn and looks easy enough for a true beginner's project. The Rhossili Beach Watch Cap is designed for beginner knitters and calls for Dream in Color Classy Superfine Australian Superwash Merino. I think this is a very doable project for a beginner who is familiar with hat knitting. I just love the Mairi Tam, a slouch hat for intermediate knitters utilizing Dream in Color Smooshy Sock Yarn.Read more ›
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Cant be easier and saves you from buying a hard copy and ruining the binding trying to mash it on your home printer!
Potter Craft has done an amazing job again with the photography. This is a very professional and organized book that I am so happy I own.
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Beautifuk, patterns, can't wait to start the one on te cover.Published 11 months ago by SYLVIA WIBERG
I love knitting (and crocheting) lace. The beginning of this book explains the needles to use, how to use a chart, swatches, gauge, blocking and then different lace techniques and... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Susan
This is a beautiful book with a nice variety of lace patterns. Wendy is an awesome designer!Published 19 months ago by Jane S. Page
I love, love, love this book! It is a great resource for knitting lace!Published on August 7, 2014 by Raindancer
Always buy Wendy's books. She is multi- talented knitter/designer. You can't go wrong. This ranges from new knitter to some of the more difficult laces. Read morePublished on June 28, 2014 by June E Peterson
Have enjoyed this book very much, great pictures and instructions inside this cover. Wendy Johnson is dedicated to her craft and her work shows it! Read morePublished on May 15, 2014 by Scartlettcrafty
I love knitting lace patterns and was looking for more than scarves and shawls. This book includes socks, gloves and jackets, amongst other delights. Read morePublished on March 17, 2014 by P. Varley