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November Knits : Inspired Designs For Changing Seasons (2012, original release: 2012)
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Call Number 746.432/OSBORN,K


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Published: Loveland, Colorado : Interweave Press, [2012] ©2012
Description:  159 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9781596684393 (pbk.), 1596684399 (pbk.),
Language:  English


Includes index

"Fall is an ever-popular season for knitters, and with November Knits you can knit warm and stylish garments and accessories to make the season a little cozier. Popular knit designers and authors Courtney Kelley and Kate Gagnon Osborn join forces with all-star contributors, including Melissa LaBarre, Cirilia Rose, Cecily Glowik McDonald, Kristen TenDyke, and many more. Capture the essence of fall with 20 projects that range from casual cardigans and scarves to sweet, stylish wraps and sweaters. The book is divided into three moods: Farm Hands is the most casual design section, filled with rustic and durable garments to shield you through afternoons in a brisk wind. Ivy League features sophisticated and smart knitwear, featuring bolder colors and classic styling. Down Home is ideal for holidays and special occasions, bringing warmth and comfort to slightly dressier garments. These patterns feature elegant knitted lace, layered and worked for warmth. With knitted garments and accessories by expert designers, November Knits is a must-have resource. "--

"Knit dream sweaters and accessories to take you from fall into winter--November Knits will offer cozy, stylish projects from a variety of fresh, popular designers"--



Introduction -- Farm hands -- Barnwood pullover by Grace Anna Farrow -- Thistle leg warmers by Melissa LaBarre -- McIntosh boot socks by Jennifer Burke -- Bozeman jacket by Cirilia Rose -- Burdock cardigan by Maura Kirk -- Palomino mittens by Elli Stubenrauch -- Market jacket by Tanis Gray -- Ivy League -- Walden Pond socks by Elinor Brown -- Thayer Street cardigan by Melissa Wehrle -- Damask mittens by Kristen Rengren -- Cobblestone trenchcoat by Veera Valimaki -- Morris Cove hat and mittens by Kate Gagnon Osborn -- Trefoil cardigan by Gudrun Johnston -- Hilton Field cowl by Kate Gagnon Osborn -- Southern comfort -- Savannah cardigan by Jane Richmond -- Barton springs skirt by Cecily Glowik MacDonald -- Tallulah shrug by Courtney Kelley -- Abilene cardigan by Carrie Bostick Hoge -- Bluebonnet scarf by Laura Nelkin -- Mockingbird tam & scarf by Kristen TenDyke -- Spanish moss legwarmers by Courtney Kelley -- Glossary -- Contributing designers -- Sources for yarns -- Index

Related Searches:
Knitting -- Patterns.
Women's clothing.
Patterns.
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Additional Credits:
Kelley, Courtney.

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