Usually the words lace knitting bring to mind images of the Victorian Era, Shetland shawls, thin knitting needles, and even thinner yarn. All these are a part of the history of lace knitting, but they are not necessary for learning the technique. Lace knitting may be done with ANY weight of yarn and any size of needles. Let Kay Meadors teach you about yarns, charts, tools, stitches, and helpful hints. Then with the patterns in this book, you will be eased into the wonderful joy of lace knitting. 12 projects: bookmark; quick scarf; chevron stitch pillow; pinecone stitch pillow; eyelet shrug; sampler table runner; round christening blanket or shawl; triangular shawl; leaf doily; diamond lace table topper or shawl; sampler scarf; and square shawl.
I Can't Believe I'm Lace Knitting (Leisure Arts #4466)
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