Inkling - Kate Davies
Inkling – Kate Davies
Inkling An inkling might be regarded as the very beginning of a thought … After an inspiring residency with the British Council and Applied Arts Scotland, Kate Davies took up inkle weaving and found that the experience of learning a new skill, completely from scratch, profoundly revivified her creative practice. Learning how to weave narrow patterned bands on an inkle loom allowed Kate to reflect upon the interconnections between different cultures and practices of making across the global north and south, and also helped her to approach the design process in a new way. The fifteen creative and colourful projects in this book are the result of such reflections. Alongside eleven patterns for hand-knitting—produced in Kate’s signature clear style, across an inclusive size range—are a selection of simple projects to weave on an inkle loom. This fresh, spirited, and colourful collection reveals the far-reaching creative potential of approaching design with a beginner’s mind and asking oneself, what if? Might you be inspired by some inklings of your own? Book includes 11 garment and accessory patterns for hand-knitting in Kate’s Milarrochy Tweed yarn, plus 4 drafts for plain and pick-up patterns to weave on an inkle loom Full colour, 108pp. Printed and bound in Glasgow. Bron: ravelry.com Bekijk de patronen in dit boek hier
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Bluestockings - Kate Davies
Bluestockings – Kate Davies
Bluestockings This beautiful new book - co-edited by Kate Davies and Nicole Pohl - brings together a celebration of the group of eighteenth-century learned women known as the Bluestockings, with a wide-ranging exploration of sock and stocking knitting. The book’s first section features different perspectives on the history of socks and stockings, from expert contributors like Susan North (curator of eighteenth-century fashion at the V&A) and Sonja Bargielowska (of John Arbon worsted spinners). In the book’s second section, essays about creative eighteenth-century women such as Mary Delany and Phillis Wheatley Peters are accompanied by contemporary toe-up patterns for socks and stockings. Among our Bluestocking-inspired designs you’ll find openwork and texture, stripes, chevrons, stranded colourwork, and a go-to sock and stocking recipe named for talented eighteenth-century classicist (and knitter) Elizabeth Carter. Setting top tips about knitting toe-up socks alongside an exploration of historic dyestuffs, and bringing groundbreaking women writers together with accessible, wearable design, this lavishly illustrated volume offers an exciting in-the-round combination of material history, contemporary making, and early feminism. Bron: ravelry.com Bekijk de patronen in dit boek hier
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Schoppel Wolle Zauber Perlen Hanf
Zauberperlen Hanf
90% merinowol, 10% hennep 100 gram = 400 meter Aanbevolen naalddikte: 2,0 tot 3,0 mm Stekenverhouding: 28 steken = 10 cm Kleurverloop in 7 ballen verdeeld. De eerste en de laatste bal zijn effen, de tussenliggende ballen verlopen in kleur. Gesponnen van traceerbaar verantwoorde merinowol uit Patagonië Handwas, deze wol is niet superwash behandeld!
Brei dit garen zoals het is achter elkaar, of combineer het met een ander (effen) garen. Patroonsuggesties vind je hier In de winkel kun je Batad van Stephen West bewonderen, een asymmetrische colsjaal die gebreid is van 1 streng Rosy Green Wool Cheeky Merino Joy en 1 set Zauberperlen (zonder Hanf, maar de eigenschappen zijn verder gelijk). In ons voorbeeld hebben we 2 kleurherhalingen minder gebreid. [caption id="attachment_37675" align="alignleft" width="250"]Batad - Stephen West Batad - Stephen West[/caption]  
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Zauberperlen
Zauberperlen
100 gram = 400 meter Aanbevolen naalddikte: 2,0 tot 3,0 mm Stekenverhouding: 28 steken = 10 cm Kleurverloop in 7 ballen verdeeld. De eerste en de laatste bal zijn effen, de tussenliggende ballen verlopen in kleur. Gesponnen van traceerbaar verantwoorde merinowol uit Patagonië Handwas, deze wol is niet superwash behandeld!
Brei dit garen zoals het is achter elkaar, of combineer het met een ander (effen) garen. Patroonsuggesties vind je hier In de winkel kun je Batad van Stephen West bewonderen, een asymmetrische colsjaal die gebreid is van 1 streng Rosy Green Wool Cheeky Merino Joy en 1 set Zauberperlen. In ons voorbeeld hebben we 2 kleurherhalingen minder gebreid. [caption id="attachment_37675" align="alignleft" width="250"]Batad - Stephen West Batad - Stephen West[/caption]  
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HIberknitting 2
Hiberknitting 2 – Stephen West
Let op: dit boek is pas begin februari 2022 binnen!
Winter welcomes cozy dark days when the temperature drops and the light fades away. These deep winter months invite hours of Hiberknitting with a hot drink and colourful sweaters and blankets to stay warm. Hiberknitting Volume 2 from Stephen West is a collection of seven new patterns for DK and Worsted weight yarn. Two shawls - the designs for Stephen's 2021 Hiberknitalong KAL, along with two hats, a sweater, a cowl, and a blanket make up this cozy collection. West has again collaborated with German visual artist Stefan Gunnesch to reimagine the knitwear of Hiberknitting in mixed-media collage, opening the book with a gallery of multi-dimensional images that give Westknits fans a peep into Stephen's knitted fantasy. Patterns in the Hiberknitting Volume 2 collection:
  • Cabled Trellis Shawl
  • Cabled Trellis Cowl
  • Cabled Trellis Hat
  • Spiraling Cables Triangle
  • Fantastich Sweater
  • Fantastitch Hat
  • Fantastitch Blanket
softcover book
Each copy includes a digital download code.
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2479 Belladonna
Zauber Flower
Op 1 schijf van 150 gram zit 600 meter garen Elke schijf bevat 1 compleet kleurverloop Aanbevolen naalddikte 2,00 tot 3,00 mm Stekenverhouding: 10 cm = 30 steken Single ply, 100% merinowol uit Patagonië  
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Simple Crochet – Erika Knight
Simple Crocheting is the perfect book for the beginner. Under Erika Knight's guidance even those who have never picked up a crochet hook before will soon be making gorgeous projects and all the while learning new techniques and adding to their skills. Each of the 20 projects in the book will teach you a new stitch, technique, or trick. And with each pattern you complete, you will build on and consolidate crochet techniques already learned in the preceding projects, until you have mastered a wide repertoire of skills and completed and enviable collection of crocheted items.
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Metalen schaartjes
Metaalkleurige romantische schaartjes
Mooie, romantische metalen schaartjes. Op de foto, van links naar rechts:
  1. Zilverkleurig
  2. Koperkleurig met bloemen
  3. Koperkleurig
  4. Antiek zilver
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Colour moves
Colour Moves – Claudia Fiocchetti (Edited by Kate Davies)
In the first book to be published under KDDs new Make // Mark imprint, British-Italian designer, Claudia Fiocchetti presents a collection of bold and appealing accessory designs. From the 17 patterns included here, you might choose to knit a pair of elegant gloves; a long circular snood; a tam with a kaleidoscopic crown; or one of 5 different matching sets for head and hands. Drawing inspiration from everything from Italian architectural façades to the snowcapped mountains of Abruzzo; from antique mosaics and carpets to the found motifs of the natural world; each pattern reveals Claudia’s particularly attentive, creative and emotive approach to design. Knitted in KDDs Milarrochy Tweed and Àrd-Thìr yarns, and edited and with a foreword by Kate Davies, in this collection, Claudia Fiocchetti has truly made colour move. Your unique download code, enabling you to access your complimentary digital version, is printed on the inside cover of each book. (Bron: Ravelry) Bekijk de patronen hier op Ravelry
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Warm Hands Sloan Davies
Warm Hands – Jeanette Sloan & Kate Davies
"When Jeanette Sloan and Kate Davies got together to develop a new design collection the results were sure to be colourful and creative. From their line-up of 15 original patterns, you might choose to knit mismatched mitts in bold two-tone intarsia or a dramatic pair of elbow-length cabled gauntlets. From warm mittens to delicate wristlets, from fingerless to full gloves, Jeanette and Kate’s design selection includes a wide variety of shades and styles, while among the book’s many different takes on texture, lace and colourwork, you’ll be sure to find your favourite kind of knitting, or interesting new techniques to explore. Featuring patterns from globally-renowned knitting names alongside the work of talented new faces, this innovative collection brings the work of designers around the world together with fresh ideas, ready needles—and warm hands." Bron: Ravelry Klik hier om alle patronen in dit boek te bekijken
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Milarrochy Heids - Kate Davies
Milarrochy Heids – Kate Davies
One beautiful tweedy yarn, thirteen talented designers, fifteen fabulous heids Kate Davies loves hat-knitting, and when she developed Milarrochy Tweed – a yarn named after one of her favourite Loch Lomond locations – she knew it was time to create a book of hat designs. Milarrochy Tweed’s complex, tonal shades make it ideal for colourwork of all kinds, so Kate invited twelve friends to join her in the challenge of creating a range of hats of rich variety and hue. Heid is the Scots word for head, and inside these pages you’ll find fifteen fabulous heids to choose from. From Ute Vos’s simple stripes to Virginia Sattler-Reimer’s complex kaleidoscopic crown; from Felicity Ford’s exuberant Featherheid to Emily Williams’ stunning double-knitted Tarradale, the heids in these pages are as varied as their creators. Established designers such as Ella Gordon and Dianna Walla meet emerging talent like Justyna Haberkowa and Sarah Mackay, drawing creative inspiration from landscape and location, flora and fauna, childhood memory and medieval architecture. With an introduction by Kate, and stunning photography around Loch Lomond by Tom Barr, this book is sure to bring you a warm and happy heid. Hier vind je een overzicht van de patronen in dit boek
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Knitting season - Kate Davies
Knitting Season – Kate Davies
Knitting Season is any time of year in which we are able to sit down and enjoy the craft we love, setting time aside to relax, explore, experiment and create. Kate’s new collection is the result of one such season of extended creativity. From oversized pullovers to classic cardigans, from a stunning colourwork blanket to a beautiful (and very wearable) yoked dress, the 14 patterns in this collection address a wide range of new design ideas and explicitly encourage knitters to extend the creative process while they work. One group of patterns enable you to challenge your colour tastes and preferences, while other designs suggest different approaches to interpreting and knitting similar stitch patterns and motifs. Making the most of the subtle, varied palettes of Kate’s Milarrochy Tweed and Àrd-Thìr yarns, and featuring eight garments, four accessories, and two items for the home, this exciting collection offers much for you to enjoy during your own exploratory and creative Knitting Season. Hier vind je een overzicht van de patronen in dit boek
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Bold Beginner Knits - Kate Davies
Bold Beginner Knits – Kate Davies
Can you:
  • Cast on / bind off
  • Knit / purl
  • Increase / decrease
  • Knit back and forth / knit in the round
With these basic skills under your knitterly belt, you’ll be able to make each one of the six bold pieces in this collection:
  • A colourful modular blanket
  • A top-down cardigan
  • A bottom-up yoke pullover
  • A garment knitted from side-to-side
  • A lace-patterned triangular shawl
  • A simple beanie (which demonstrates the usefulness of circular swatching)
Kate Davies was inspired to create Bold Beginner Knits for friend and bold beginner knitter, Jane Hunter. Each pattern was specifically created by Kate to introduce Jane to useful new techniques and different construction methods by knitting interesting designs that in no sense resemble beginner pieces. Unfamiliar techniques are introduced with links to relevant video tutorials, and from the straightforward pattern-writing style to the visual page layout, every element of Bold Beginner Knits is designed to be clear and easy to follow. Whatever kind of knitter you are, you’ll love making and wearing these six appealing designs. Hier vind je een overzicht van de patronen in dit boek
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Shore - Kate Davies
Shore – Kate Davies
Five light knits for layering in Milarrochy Tweed Inspired by her local lochside and coastal landscape, in Shore Kate has created a capsule collection of light layers for you to enjoy working on and wearing. All of the knits in the collection are straightforward, wearable and absorbing: there’s a little colourwork, a little lace, and lots of soothing stockinette and garter stitch. Shore’s patterns include a pullover (Balmaha), a shrug-style cardigan (St Catherines), a tee (Pabaigh), a kerchief (Polkagris) and a shawl (Traigh). Wherever in the world you are, whether you sit by lake or river or ocean, you’ll enjoy knitting something from Shore. Happy knitting! Hier vind je een overzicht van de patronen in dit boek
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Sock Blockers
Sock Blockers
Gemaakt van doorzichtig blauw Acryl, bestand tegen vocht.
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Yokes - Kate Davies
Yokes – Kate Davies
"In this exciting new book, writer and designer Kate Davies unravels the tale of one of the Twentieth Century’s most distinctive sweater styles - the circular yoke. From Shetland and Iceland to Canada and Sweden, Kate’s essays and conversations take you on a journey around the North Atlantic, exploring the yoke’s intriguing and often surprising regional narratives. A garment with unexpected national and political resonances; an important marker of personal and cultural identity; a fashionable barometer of trends and technical transformations from the 1920s to today, yokes have connected the lives and livelihoods of many different women. In this book you’ll hear the voices of those women, from designers to artists, from knitters to entrepreneurs. You will read about Elizabeth Zimmermann’s seamless innovations, learn more of Kerstin Olsson’s knitterly aesthetics, and discover the fascinating influence of the Greenlandic nuilarmiut. The essays and conversations are accompanied by a collection of eleven signature yoke patterns. Featuring a wide range of design elements from colourwork and cables to beads and texture, Kate has created a yoke for every knitter. So take up your needles, open up this book, and discover the story of the sweater that changed the shape of modern knitting." (Bron: Ravelry) Dit boek is inclusief Ravelry-code.
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The West Highland Way
The West Highland Way – Kate Davies
"Knit, Read, Walk: The West Highland Way Kate Davies and Tom Barr live by Scotland’s best-loved long-distance walking route: the West Highland Way. In this collaborative creative project they celebrate their home, their workplace, and the landscape which inspires them every day. Kate began by creating a collection of twelve hand-knit designs, each with its own distinctive story to tell. Balanced equally between garments and accessories, you might choose to knit a tweedy cardigan which echoes the mossy palette of Conic Hill, a delicate jumper recalling a favourite plant found on Rannoch Moor, or a shawl sparked by the energy of the Highlands’ first “electric village”. Each design is paired with an exploratory essay which sets Kate’s designs and inspiration in their richer context. From Rob Roy’s romantic (mis)representation to the beautiful songs of Donnchadh Bàn; from Loch Lomond’s built environment to ways of seeing Rannoch Moor, Kate’s writing reveals the West Highland Way as, first and foremost, a social landscape with an important cultural history. Kate’s words and designs are accompanied by Tom’s stunning photography, depicting the West Highland Way in all seasons of the year.  Why not turn these pages to walk, read and knit with Kate and Tom? Open up this book, join them on their journey, and make your own West Highland Way." (Bron: Ravelry) Dit boek is inclusief Ravelry-code.
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Addi Crasy Trio
Addi CraSy Trio
De perfecte naalden voor het rondbreien van kleine omtrekken. Vingers van handschoenen, sokken, wanten of mouwen: het kan allemaal. In elke set vind je 3 naalden en een Duits- en Engelstalige uitleg met links naar filmpjes voor hulp bij het breien van sokken met de Addi Crasy Trio naalden. Lengte naalden: 21 cm
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Colours of shetland – Kate Davies
"With beautiful photography, engaging writing, and signature hand-knit designs, Colours of Shetland will inspire you with the varied shades and hues of Great Britain’s most northerly isles. From writer and designer, Kate Davies, comes a book that brings the process of hand-knit design to life in an exciting new way. In Colours of Shetland, Kate takes you on a northern journey, exploring wild and beautiful island landscapes through words, projects and pictures. Situated in the rich context of the Shetland places, wildlife, objects and people that have inspired Kate, each design in this book has its own engaging ‘colour story’ to tell. Through these pages you will get a taste of the heritage that makes Shetland one of the world’s most knitterly destinations and be inspired to knit with yarn that has a genuine connection to the landscape in which it is produced. Showcasing Jamieson & Smith Jumper Weight, the flagship Shetland yarn with a marvellously varied palette, each project features the clear instructions, beautiful finish and attention to detail that are hallmarks of Kate’s designs. Alongside ten original patterns that are a joy to make and wear, Colours of Shetlandoffers the hand-knitter food for thought and a feast for the eyes." (bron: Ravelry) Ravelrypagina
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Buachaille: At Home in the Highlands – Kate Davies
"Kate’s new book is a celebration of the life and landscape around her home in the Scottish Highlands. Designed especially for Kate’s new yarn, Buachaille, the book includes twelve patterns created for the great Scottish outdoors … and the indoors, too. These accessories will keep out the cold while walking the hills, or warm you by the fire after a long day’s hiking. As well as Kate’s patterns, the book includes five delicious highland recipes by Tom Barr, together with essays, interviews, and a walk up Buachaille Etive Mor (the iconic munro, which gave its name to Kate’s yarn) with mountain leader, Gordon Anderson." (bron: ravelry) Ravelrypagina
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Book of Haps – Kate Davies
"Join Kate Davies, Jen Arnall-Culliford, and a host of renowned designers as they introduce you to the wonderful world of haps. A hap is a Scottish dialect word for a simple shawl or wrap. Haps have a particular association with the Shetland islands where, for more than a century, they were knitted for everyday wear as well as for sale. Combining textile history with contemporary design, this book explores the story of the hap through five beautifully illustrated essays, and thirteen stunning patterns. While the first part of the book looks to the past for inspiration, exploring the many different contexts in which haps were made and worn, the book’s second half acts as a springboard to the future, as designers from around the world present their own interpretations of the hap. From Nevada and Finland to Reyjavik, and Burra Isle, the patterns in these pages are as distinctive and varied as their designers’ locales. Haps may well surprise you: they can be square, triangular, or hexagonal, incorporating lace, cables, or colour. Though haps are, by definition, functional, wearable textiles, you’ll find they can also be elegant and fascinating, graphic and abstract. Whatever your knitterly interests, you’ll find the Book of Haps an endless source of inspiration and a canvas for your creativity. Contributors:  Jen Arnall-Culliford, Martina Behm, Roslyn Chapman, Kate Davies, Carol Feller, Lucy Hague, Romi Hill, Bristol Ivy, Gudrun Johnston, Hélène Magnússon, Donna Smith, Hazel Tindall, Tom van Deijnen, Veera Välimäki." (bron: Ravelry) Ravelrypagina
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