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Woodland Knits: over 20 enchanting patterns (Tiny Owl Knits) Paperback – October 8, 2013
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About the Author
Stephanie Dosen is an American singer-songwriter-turned-knitter who lives in London and Colarado. To date, she has been selling patterns online via her blog and ravelry.com and has been featured in a variety of mainstream and craft magazines and blogs. Her Deer Hat with Little Antlers has gained close to iconic status within the world of quirky, contemporary knits. She teaches widely in Europe and North America. See more at: http://tinyowlknits.wordpress.com
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Deer with Little Antlers Hat
Bo Peep Scarf
Tiny Violet Hand Puff
Dragon Watcher's Hood
Mr. Fox Stole My Heart
Juniper Wishing Scarf
Garden Gate and Ivy
Oh My Bear!
Spirit of the Birch
The Changeling Collar
Midsummer's Night Dream
That's 21 patterns if you were counting!!
If you just like 2-3 of the patterns it's more than worth it to buy the book!!
Gorgeous little book and wonderful patterns. :) Love it.
Stephanie Dosen is no luddite that is for sure, She covers everything from cables, to intarsia, reversible knit and felting and a beautifully detailed imagination. The designs are very well developed, have clarity and she not only has provided a stitch dictionary but a very useful yarn information chart as well. Which is great because her eye for color, particularly natural colors that would actually appear in nature is acute. She also offers side notes, observation, advice and suggestions for alterations. When an author writes as tho' she is right there with you this is always a nice personal touch.
And as I mentioned before cohesive. Every single pattern in here pertains to or is influenced by the forest. Yes this will probably be on no use to an urbanite, but I'm from Wyoming and I can think of somebody I would make most of these for. The nice thing about this collection is that there really is a nice variety of items that would stretch nicely over many age groups. This is a plus as most theme pattern books are really geared towards teens or young adults. The bear hoodie in here would be just a nice for a grandmother as it would a child. The Garden Gate and Ivy cowl and the Changling collar are rather sophisticated and geared more towards an adult. And yes there are whimsical pieces in here clearly for the younger set: Fairy wings, headbands and the tiny violet hand poof would be adorable on a child.
The book as a whole is a work of art really. The pictures, layout, paper quality and the decorative edging all give it an air of beauty, whimsy and craftmanship. A true labor of love.
Easy to read and understand.
Gives extra directions where needed.
The Moonbeam Duster and the meow mitts have sizes up to XXL and XL respectively with measurements.
The writer is hilarious.
The Antler Hat has finished circumference measurements. So, me with my big head could adjust the stitches before starting.
The bind off on the Dragon Watcher's Hood is a simple thread and cinch, instead of a true bind off. Which seems lazy to me and doesn't look/wear as good. I actually did a bind off.
The Dragon Watcher's Hood IS kinda plain. I added a couple rows of Garter Stitch to make some horizontal ribbing right after the folded brim channel. I may add a tiny crocheted dragon to finish it off.
All the other sweaters/ponchos are only in size large. The Catching Butterfly fingerless gloves are one size.
Instructions are clear and the photos are well done. I like how each pattern says the yarn weight and gives suggestions - making it easier for me to pick out a yarn without having to buy the same yarn used.