PomPom Quarterly Issue 32 - Spring
PomPom Quarterly Issue 32 – Spring
"Welcome sweet spring breezes with our first theme of the new decade: air. This precious and fragile element unites us and our designers translated this ethereal concept into tangible knits and crochet. Each pattern captures the spaces between the stitches, with gauzy mohairs, modern lace, and airy open textures!"
Het voorjaarsnummer van PomPom Quarterly bevat 11 prachtige patronen, waaronder 'Aubade' van Nataliya Sinelshchikova. Klik hier om alle patronen op Ravelry 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
 18,75 incl. BTW In winkelmand
Knitting outside the Box - Drape & Fold
Knitting outside the box: Drape & Fold – Bristol Ivy
"From the needles of influential designer Bristol Ivy comes the follow-up collection to her 2017 title Knitting Outside Box. This complementary edition of six knitting patterns delves deeper into innovative ways of working with knitted fabric by exploring drape and fold. An elegant jumper, three versatile cardigans, and two cowls are reimagined with Bristol’s signature style, expanding the boundaries of how knitwear can be constructed and sit on the body. All accompanied by her encouraging and inspiring voice, giving knitters foundations to explore on their own. Knitting Outside the Box: Drape & Fold features 6 garment and accessory patterns" (bron: Ravelry) Ravelrypagina
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Inspired by Islay – Kate Davies
"Ìle ghorm an fheòir / green grassy Islay, is a beautiful and fascinating Hebridean island, and a place with a particularly special meaning for Kate Davies. In this stunning new collection with her own Buachaille yarn, Kate takes inspiration from Islay’s landscape to create twelve new designs. From modern haps to traditional kilt hose; from Fairisle hoodies to cabled cardigans; the designs are arranged in four “stories” each of which explores a different island locale. With their roots in Islay’s distinctive history and culture, Kate’s designs suggest the rich breadth and depth of inspiration the island affords, from the archaeological legacy of the Lords of the Isles to the poetry and song of the Islay bards. In addition to Kate’s patterns, this book brings together beautiful photography of Islay by Tom Barr with essays by four contributors who share their varied local expertise. Gordon Yates introduces Islay’s wildlife, Anna MacQuarrie explores the important legacy of Gaelic in the island landscape, Jane Hunter explores Islay’s geology through the intriguing medium of tweed and stitches, while Susan Campbell tells us more about the island’s handcrafts. Open the pages of this beautiful book, join Kate on a journey to the Hebrides, and you too will be Inspired by Islay." (bron: Ravelry) Ravelrypagina
 26,00 incl. BTW In winkelmand