The Colorwork Bible: Techniques and Projects for Colorful Knitting (Hardcover)
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Master beginner and advance colorwork knitting techniques in Interweave's most comprehensive colorwork guide to-date With chapters outlining more than a half dozen colorwork knitting techniques, The Colorwork Bible is your updated exploration of both beginner- and advanced-level skills with a vibrant, modern palette and inspired projects. Join knitwear designer Jesie Ostermiller as you learn: - A variety of small-scale swatch lessons that help you master a technique before diving into a full size project.
- Stripes, stranding, Fair Isle, brioche, slip-stitch, mosaic, intarsia, and more Each technique is featured must-make projects you'll want to cast-on today.
- Valuable tips and tricks, plus essential information on successfully combining colors for the best possible results.
Dig deep into the most colorful technique in knitting with The Colorwork Bible
About the Author
Jessica Ostermiller is an avid self-taught knitter and designer with a passion for colorwork. Her designs have been featured in various Interweave publications and can be found on Ravelry. She was born and raised in Alaska, and it was there that she fell in love with knitting cold-weather necessities such as sweaters, hats, mittens, and scarves. She now lives in northern Utah with her husband and two boys, which thankfully still affords her plenty of winter weather in which to wear her knitted creations.