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Synopsis : Botanical Knits written by Alana Dakos, published by NNK Press which was released on 2013-02-01. Download Botanical Knits Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Knitting patterns for sweaters, scarves, hats, and gloves. -- Knitting patterns for sweaters, scarves, hats, and gloves.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014-07-11 - Publisher: Penguin
Practical and stylish pieces for daily life! New American Knits offers garments that are casual but polished, equally appropriate whether running errands, at the office, or socializing with friends. Author Amy Christoffers takes her inspiration from the clean lines and elegant functionality of American sportswear and creates projects that have a classic nostalgic feel. In designing her fashionable modern uniform, Amy focuses on beautiful everyday sweaters, tops, and pretty accessories. Included are sections on texture and lace and pops of colorwork to add visual and knitterly interest. Projects feature traditional, seamless, and semi-seamless construction as well as detailed finishing. New American Knits has a "country house" feel with touches of heather grays, tweeds, slubby textures, and muted tones. The book is visually elegant with a streak of casual bohemian style, much like the projects themselves.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-04-11 - Publisher: Voyageur Press (MN)
This book compiles the stories, stats, and facts of the world's most amazing knits, from a handknit Ferrari on display at the British Auto Show (knitting the car took 12 miles of yarn) to the American flag knit with utility poles and cranesand everything in between (a plate of sushi; a handknit wedding, including the flowers and the cake; a cozy for a house). This will be a Guinness Book of World Records for knitters. Each entry features color photos, an explanation of how the object was made, and other interesting details, including how much yarn was used, how long it took to make, how many people contributed stitches, the project dimensions, and more.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2007 - Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
Presents a series of more than twenty beautiful knit projects, created by a variety of talented designers, that are perfect for the mother-to-be, including a cashmere car coat, a pleated v-neck tank top, a beaded black evening dress, and a cowl sweater with nursing panels, in a volume featuring full-color illustrations and detailed pattern instructions.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-09-24 - Publisher: Page Street Publishing
Create Beautiful, Long-Lasting Knits with a Story to Tell Take a journey to more thoughtful, sustainable knitting with Christina Danaee’s gorgeous patterns. Discover the story behind your knits, from the way the fiber was produced to the yarn that inspired the design. Striking details like easy-to-execute lace, clever colorwork and extra-plush ribbing turn these simple projects into handmade heirlooms you’ll wear today and keep forever. The classic striped sweater gets an update in the Odiorne Point Pullover, complete with a comfortable, flattering shape and a cinching cowl neck for blustery days. Style blends with function in the Point Richmond Cap, a warm, double-layered hat topped with a modern Nordic-inspired pattern. The Trescott Slippers, featuring a chevron texture that knits up quickly using bulky yarn, are perfect for beginners. If you’re looking for a masterpiece, try the Celo Cardigan: the allover hexagon pattern creates a stretchy, luxurious fabric that’s easier to make than it looks! With accessories, shawls and even tunics, these are versatile patterns you’ll return to through the seasons. Christina’s tips for creating meaningful, durable knits, substituting yarns and sourcing local fiber at any price point make this an essential guide for any knitter.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2017-08-01 - Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Sometimes when you realize you need a new hat or mittens--It's going to be freezing tomorrow and I'm going hiking! It's my best friend's birthday and I don't have a gift!--you need it NOW! This is the book you can turn to again and again for just the right pattern, knowing that every project in it can be completed in a matter of minutes or hours. Designed for maximum style in minimum time, the knits in this book were created with busy knitters in mind. From twisty mitts to a family hat, a cozy alpaca scarf to cozy ribbed leg warmers, and a cable pattern that can be adapted to make wrist warmers, mitts, a headband, or a hat, you will have a quick pattern for every knitted essential in just this one book.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2006 - Publisher: Hearst Books
"Each baby garment, afghan, accessory, and toy in this collection is so cute, you'll knit them all from the heart. Cozy knits for cuddly babies begins with a complete course in knitting basics followed by 27 wonderful projects that will build your skills in seccession. Designs like a Victorian eyelet sundress, flower garden blanket, apple picker's basket-weave poncho, and purple crush top-down pullover will deligh the special little one in your life" -- back cover.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2009-05-22 - Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
A comprehensive resource of medical and herbal interventions related to women's health issues, Botanical Medicine for Women’s Health provides a unique combination of traditional and modern scientific data on herbal medicine. Written by Aviva Romm, MD, an experienced herbalist, physician, and midwife, this guide blends a clinician-sensitive and patient-centered approach to women’s health issues. Coverage of menstrual health, fertility, breast conditions, and more makes this an essential resource for everyday practice. Winner of the 2010 American Botanical Council's James A. Duke Excellence in Botanical Literature Award! Expert author Dr. Aviva Romm combines her experience as an herbalist, physician, and midwife for a fully integrated approach to medical and botanical interventions. Convenient organization begins with herbal medicine and then covers health conditions organized chronologically by lifecycle help you understand the relationship between herbal medicine and women’s health. Plant profiles include principle uses, clinical indications, and safety information on the 10 most commonly used botanicals for women’s health. Detailed illustrations and professional plant photographs enable you to identify herbs visually as well as by substance make-up. Specialized focus on women’s health and botanical medicine provides the specific information you need for treating women at any stage of life. Content on over 150 botanicals for over 35 different conditions make this a comprehensive resource for current, evidence-based information. Appendices on common botanical names, quick dose reference charts, adverse interactions, and botanical medicine resources offer practical information at a glance. Over 30 expert contributors with a combination of practical experience as clinicians and teachers provide a unique, clinically based perspective on botanical medicine.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2008 - Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
What dog lover wouldn’t be delighted with a magnificent hand-knitted sweater for Fido--and what knitter wouldn’t be proud to create it? Dog sweaters can be made with leftovers from larger projects, and completed in the same time it takes to knit a hat, scarf, or mittens. There are eight basic patterns with variations, plus instructions for sizing up or down, three patterns for hard-to-fit breeds (Pugs, Chihuahuas, Dachshunds), four accessories (a snood, a hat, a kerchief, and a collar), and three home projects (a bed, a blanket, and a toy). Photos of pooches wearing the finished sweaters, plus start-to-finish instructions (including how to measure the dog) ensure a stylish look and a perfect fit.