A beautifully styled and photographed collection of elaborate stitch patterns, most of which combine lace with cable or twist stitch elements. There are also useful illustrations of how the motifs could be worked in round yokes and edgings.
Kazekobo's designs feature creative use of all kinds of patterns so it's no surprise that this collection of her favourites includes texture, cables, lace and rib motifs. The book also explores the interplay between colour, yarn texture and stitch pattern and features many large, detailed close ups.
Nancy’s third Brioche Knitting book with 8 new fresh knitting patterns.
This new book reproduces the content of exercise books that belonged to the knitwear manager of Anderson & Co. A wonderful new source of design inspiration and a fascinating insight into the history knitting in Shetland.
This treasure trove for the modern knitter presents 150 new and innovative cable stitch patterns (ranging from basic to complex) and offers an enlightening guide on how cables are engineered and how knitters can design their own.
Photographed by Jared Flood.
A Comprehensive Guide to Dyeing Silk, Wool, Linen, and Cotton at Home
The first book by the talented and stylish designer Cirila Rose is full of inspiring tips for creating your own handmade style and features 25 patterns for garments and accessories.
In the third Whimsical Little Knits collection Ysolda focuses on the vibrant knitting community, photographing each design on a friend she made through designing — you might recognize some of the models! The collection is available as a printed book, perfectly sized for your project bag, and an ebook.
Ysolda followed up her first popular pattern book, Whimsical Little Knits, with a second volume, featuring more patterns for accessories. First released in the run up to the holidays the projects are all intended to make great gifts — a precursor to the later series, Knitworthy.
Originally published in 2009 as one of the first pattern collections to be released as a mystery subscription, Whimsical Little Knits contains some of Ysolda’s most popular designs. The collection is available as a printed book, perfectly sized for your project bag, and an ebook.
Pretty little additions to your wardrobe, or gifts that you’ll know will be treasured, all of the patterns feature interesting details against a relaxing background.
In this collection Ysolda brings together eleven designer friends including Gudrun Johnston, Amy Herzog and Mary Jane Mucklestone, to share the sweaters they would wear to Rhinebeck, the site of the New York State Sheep and Wool Festival.
Part pattern collection, part resource book, in Little Red in the City Ysolda shares all her tips for successful sweaters that perfectly fit your body.
In The Yarn Whisperer: Reflections on a Life in Knitting, renowned knitter and author Clara Parkes ponders the roles knitting plays in her life via 22 captivating, poignant, and laugh-out-loud funny essays.