Warm Mittens and Socks (inbunden)
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Skyhorse Publishing
Ellen Hedstrom
Nuhma, Malin
colour illustrations
254 x 203 x 12 mm
612 g
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Warm Mittens and Socks

Dozens of Practical Instructions for Knitting and Crocheting Mittens and Socks from Scratch

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Inbunden, Engelska, 2013-12-12
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Knitting buffs and crochet enthusiasts, stay cozy any time of the year with warm mittens and snuggly socks - made by you! In Warm Mittens and Socks, needlework queen Eva Trotzig shares her generous collection of tips, wisdom, and, of course, patterns that are perfect for crafting comfy knits for the whole family. Containing a colorful mix of styles, techniques, and projects, this is the perfect guide for hands trained in the basics of knitting and crocheting. You can discover elaborate loops, delightful details, and patterns to make cold-weather clothes playful and fun to knit, crochet, embroider, and wear. Now you too can turn skeins of yarn and spools of thread into: finger puppet baby mittens; reflective mittens; rose patterns; fingerless accordion gloves; striped leg warmers; simple socks; and much more! From fancy to whimsical, floral print to stripes, Warm Mittens and Socks is the best way to break out the yarn and keep warm all year round.
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  1. Bra små projekt
    Helene Berntsson, 15 augusti 2016

    Att betyget för min del blev lite lågt betyder inte att innehållet var dåligt utan mer för att jag redan hade liknande beskrivningar. För någon som saknar en basbok för vantar och sockor (med mer avancerade projekt också) i sin bokhylla är den bra.

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Eva Trotzig has been passionate about knitting, crocheting, sewing, and weaving since childhood, and has long been interested in the history of needlework. She earned a PhD in education for her research in girls' handicraft education in Sweden, and has had a long career as a librarian, library manager, and researcher. Recently, she switched tracks and now works as a professional weaver and author. She lives with her husband in Stockholm, Sweden.