Kristin Nicholas Design


 


Book - Kristin Knits

Are you a knitter who is crazy for color but you just don’t know where to start to develop your color confidence? Do you love to knit but always use the color shown in the pattern or book you are knitting from? Have you ventured off on your own only to feel confused and dissatisfied with your color experiments? If your answer is yes to any of these questions, then take a look at Kristin Knits. In it I provide guidelines and ideas for working with color. You’ll find out how to develop your own color sense and become more fearless when knitting with color. You’ll discover where I find my own color muse which will help you find yours.

Kristin Knits has projects for all levels of knitters – from beginner to advanced, teens and up. There are 27 projects in all, including hats, mittens, sweaters, socks, gloves, scarves, and an afghan. There’s even an easy mother/daughter pullover. Each project uses color inventively. Simple projects are transformed into works of art by a few easy-to-add touches including duplicate stitch and embroidery. Most (although not all) of the projects in the book are knit in the round, and full instructions for working steeks are included.

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27 original projects with full-color photographs by Kevin Kennefick

Over 60 hand-painted illustrations by Kristin Nicholas

208 pages; $24.95 hardcover
 



$24.95
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