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  1. Tuck Stitches

    Tuck Stitches

    Nancy Marchant
    $35.00

    From Brioche master Nancy Marchant (Leafy Brioche), comes another striking book, dedicated to the fascinating tuck stitch, a reversible texture stitch. 90 original stitch patterns, as well as scarf, cowl, and blanket designs to help you practice and to inspire you to make your own projects using tuck stitches, beautifully photographed and clearly presented. Arrives in mid-December.

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  2. Japanese Stitch Bible

    Japanese Stitch Bible

    Hitomi Shida
    $16.95

    This pattern collection is truly remarkable; it is difficult to believe that all the patterns emanate from a single brain! In the introduction, each symbol is described in detail, with a page reference to the motifs that utilize it. The 260 stitch patterns are photographed, charted, and divided into categories. You will be stunned by the complexity and beauty of these unique motifs - and the intensity does not diminish as you page through the book. At the end is a section for Round Yokes, plus a section of dozens of astonishing edgings. (The translation and introduction were done by former Knitting Camper, Gayle Roehm.) Softcover. (pub-date in mid October) Learn More
  3. AlterKnit Stitch Dictionary
    $26.99

    Alterknit Stitch Dictionary, 200 Modern Knitting Motifs, Andrea Rangel. This is different from other stitch dictionaries in that all the 200 motifs are for stranded two-color designs (not that you cannot add plenty of other colors), and all are original to the author. Besides interesting geometric patterns, you will find many animals, insects, and even inanimate objects. There are basic instructions for those new to color knitting, plus some patterns for hats, cowls, mittens, and sweaters. Hardcover. Learn More
  4. Norah Gaughan's Knitted Cable Sourcebook
    $29.95

    A Breakthrough Guide to Knitting with Cables and Designing Your Own. I have admired Norah Gaughan's designs for decades, and think of her as the Queen of Cables. This book presents 150 of them - each with a photo, chart, and verbal instructions - as well as 15 of the author's imaginative designs for pullovers and hats, plus a cardigan, skirt, afghan, poncho, vest, scarf, and wrap. Most of the cables are original to the wondrous author. Hardcover. 275pp. Learn More
  5. Sequence Knitting

    Sequence Knitting

    Cecilia Campochiaro
    $60.00

    A most beautifully produced reference book of unique stitch patterns springing from simple concepts. Classy, classic, and understated. Hardcover. Learn More
  6. The Treasury Set

    The Treasury Set

    Barbara G. Walker
    $108.00

    A First Treasury of Knitting Patterns, A Second Treasury of Knitting Patterns, Charted Knitting Designs, A Fourth Treasury of Knitting Patterns

    Barbara Walker's stitch reference set stands alone as a towering resource for hand-knitters. Barbara gathered and cleverly translated literally thousands of traditional patterns and stitches from all over the world into these clearly written, well organized books. Each treasury has extensive entries for Knit Purl combinations, Slip-Stitch, Cables, Lace, Mosaics and more. 4 softcover books, save 10% when ordered together. Learn More

  7. First Treasury of Knitting Patterns
    $30.00

    Barbara Walker’s first treasury introduces us to hundreds of traditional patterns for Knit-Purl combinations, Ribbing, Color-Change, Slip Stitch, Twist Stitch, Lace, Cables and more. “Whether a novice or an expert, you will find plenty of novelty, challenge, and inspiration in working with this book,” writes Barbara. With a wonderful introduction and information about the origins of knitting. Softcover. A First Treasury of Knitting Patterns may also be purchased as part of the Treasury Set with a 10% discount on all four titles. Learn More
  8. Second Treasury of Knitting Patterns
    $30.00

    Even larger than the First Treasury! Barbara returns with hundreds more exciting and inspirational patterns, clearly organized in useful categories such as: Edgings, Lace, Cables, Twist-stitch, Color patterns, texture patterns and many more. She has even included a section on ‘Adapting Patterns for Circular Knitting.' In her introduction she writes, “Some of the patterns in the this book are contemporary originals…Other patterns are traditional…I have resurrected these from old, forgotten books and translated them into modern terminology…Still other patterns have come from other areas of the world…Like music, knitting truly is a universal language.” Her books are Treasuries, indeed. Softcover. A First Treasury of Knitting Patterns may also be purchased as part of the Treasury Set with a 10% discount on all four titles. Learn More
  9. Charted Knitting Designs: A Third Treasury of Knitting Patterns
    $30.00

    Hundreds of new patterns - this time with charts! The patterns are mostly original designs by Barbara Walker, some of them knitted by unusual methods that combine standard knitting techniques to create new types of fabrics. Also includes extensive chapters on Textured Fabrics, Twist Stitch Patterns, Cables, Lace, Mosaic and Color, plus a useful section entitled “How to Read Charts” and an accompanying complete list of symbols. Softcover. Charted Knitting Designs may also be purchased as part of the Treasury with a 10% discount on all four titles. Learn More
  10. Fourth Treasury of Knitting Patterns
    $30.00

    More inspiration, patterns and techniques from the legendary author. The latest Barbara Walker Knitting Treasury combines 82 newly-invented stitch patterns in Knit, Purl and Texture, Cables and Traveling Stitches, Lace and more, with a reprint of Walker’s Sampler Knitting including stitch patterns for Basic Shapes in Garter Stitch, Mosaic, Lace and Cable Samplers. Softcover. A Fourth Treasury of Knitting Patterns may also be purchased as part of the Treasury set with a 10% discount on all four titles. Learn More

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