Synopses & Reviews
Does lace have to be knit on size 0 needles and take years to complete? No! Let this primer on knitted lace put any worries to rest. Go from a skein of fiber to a fantastic finished piece with this unique approach. Simple techniques, helpful hints, and an extraordinary palette of colorways will inspire you to play with the possibilities of hand-painted yarns.
- Create over a dozen scarves and shawls that guarantee no hassles with fitting or shaping--one size fits all
- Have fun with an incredible variety of exotic textures, colors, and fibers
- Catch on to techniques quickly with a bounty of specialized tips for patterns from beginning to advanced
Create over a dozen scarves and shawls that guarantee no hassles with fitting or shaping--one size fits all. Catch on to techniques quickly with patterns from beginning to advanced.
About the Author
We were saddened to hear of the passing of Carol Rasmussen Noble. It was a pleasure to work with her.
Carol Rasmussen Noble was a knitwear designer who wrote knitting books with subjects ranging from Fair Isle mittens to Orenburg shawls.
Cheryl Potter, the owner of a hand-painted yarn company called Cherry Tree Hill, has published patterns in Vogue Knitting and Knitter's Magazine, among others.