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Style Your Own Kids' Knits: Simply Choose a Pattern and Select a Motifby Kate Buller
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Cuddly pullovers, classic cardigans, V-neck jackets, brimmed or tied hats, rucksacks and bags: you'll feel like a real designer with this easy-to-follow way of creating individually styled, beautiful kids' knitwear. It all begins with a basic pattern for eight different sizes, including babies, toddlers, and youngsters up to 10 years old. Decide if it should be a jacket or pullover, with a round or V neck. Next, think about whether you want to knit the garment as is, or add a collar, hood, ruffs, side vents, panels, fastenings, or pockets. Enhance the fabric with alternative textures or edgings, and turn to the Stitch Library for different patterns, borders, and a large selection of lace and other embellishments. Finally, find the perfect theme to express you child's personality, including animals, birds, toys, machines, ghosts, flowers, stars, and many more. Every comfortable item is made with children in mind, in kid-proof yarns.
You'll feel like a real designer with this simple way of creating individually styled, beautiful kids' knitwear. Start with a basic pattern for eight different sizes, from babies up to 10 years old. Decide if it should be a jacket or pullover, with a round or v-neck. Add a collar, hood, ruffs, vents, panels, fastenings, pockets, alternative textures, or edgings, and turn to the Stitch Library for borders and embellishments. Finally, express your child's personality with a cool motif--animals, toys, stars and more.
This title provides patterns for a wardrobe of children's knitwear and over 150 motifs to individualize your chosen garment. For babies to ten-year olds, each basic sweater pattern can be adapted to become a round-necked cardigan, a V-neck jacket with raglan sleeves or many more possibilities.
Decide if it should be a jacket or pullover, with a round or v-neck. Add a collar, hood, fastenings, pockets or alternative textures, and turn to the Stitch Library for borders and embellishments. “A delightful guide.”—Vogue Knitting International. “Enchanting...suitable for beginning to advanced knitters. An excellent choice for public libraries.”—Library Journal.
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