Little books explore the big world of knitting.
No. 1: A stripe for every knitter.
No. 2: Ease your way into colorwork.
No. 3: A love affair with the most colorful yarns.
No. 4: Our concise guide to a simple, limitless way to knit. With 3 clever patterns.
No. 5: Pure joy. Beautiful knit and purl patterns, exploring Cecelia Campochiaro's brilliant idea, sequence knitting.
No. 6: Lighten up your knitting with a blast of fresh air--four beautiful patterns by Amy Christoffers.
No. 7: Let the sun shine with Julia Farwell-Clay's summery, carry-along designs.
No. 8: From Thea Colman, five clever designs for a quick present--or a pile of them.
No. 9: A new order of knitting, from the mind of revolutionary cable innovator Norah Gaughan.
No. 10: Three new designs that capture the cool, wearable vibe of Isabell Kraemer.
No. 11: Consider this the only book of sock patterns that you'll ever need. The essential introduction to one of knitting's greatest pleasures: the handknit sock.
No. 12: Superchunky, superfast, these five modern designs from Jen Geigley are what gift knitting is all about.
No. 13: Kaffe Fassett brings us the most exhilarating knitting we know. We believe, based on our own experience, that you are about to fall in love.
No. 14: A welcome breeze of clean, fresh design from Carol Feller, the Irish designer whose work we have loved for many years.
No. 15: Modern lace. From the playful imagination of Jeannette Sloan come five gorgeous patterns that explore the magical effects of lace.
No. 16: For knitters used to working only stranded colorwork, an introduction to rhythmic, geometric intarsia.
No. 17: From colorwork master Mary Jane Mucklestone, 5 playful designs that celebrate Lettlopi, the Icelandic worsted-weight yarn.
No. 18: A collection of designs so elemental, so distilled, that every knitter can make them.
No. 19: Five artful patterns introduce us to the concept of marling and set us on a gorgeous exploration of texture and color.
No. 20: No one has given more thought to knitwear and its meaning in our lives than British designer Erika Knight, who has been designing knitwear for decades.
No. 21: We welcome with joy the world’s foremost expert on brioche knitting, Nancy Marchant! Field Guide No. 21: Brioche is perfect for knitters new to brioche, with how-to instructions, tips, and four patterns that set a knitter up for brioche glory.
No. 22: One of the knitting world’s most popular designers, Joji Locatelli gives us a new collection of four superb designs. Joji knows what knitters like to knit, and each of these projects taps into the joy of knitting.
No. 23 Off we go with Arne and Carlos! Welcome to a world of exuberant color and pattern, from the brilliant, beloved designers.
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