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  1. Jorid Linvik's Big Book of Knitted Socks
    $27.95

    As a companion to her very imaginative and popular Big Book of Knitted Mittens, Jorid Linvik now offers us 45 wonderful new sock patterns in a similar mode. From simple and utilitarian basic socks, to stunning and classic Scandinavian motifs, to flowers and geometric designs, to wacky and unique animals (panda bears, cows, ladybugs, etc). All sizes are accommodated, including garter-stitch baby booties. Hardcover. Learn More
  2. Sideways Mystery Mittens, SPP76

    From $7.99

    How's this for a new approach to knitting mittens? So EZ asked in 1972 (Wool Gathering #6) about her Sideways Mystery Mittens, and they are as surprising and fresh today as they were then. In addition to the clever design, because this mitten is ambidextrous, you can give them in threes-to those who are liable to lose a mitten. The pattern instructions are updated from Knitting Around. Mittens are knit in Ultra Alpaca. One skein makes two mittens.

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  3. Shepherd's Pi, SPP75

    Shepherd's Pi, SPP75

    Zimmermann/Williams

    From $7.99

    Experience the magic of Elizabeth Zimmermann’s Pi Shawl utilizing charming sheep motifs, including Kate Davies' Rams and Yowes among others. Created by Knitting Camper Marianne Williams, this is a delightful project worked in our Shetland Spindrift Wool. Complete charts and instructions. Learn More
  4. Fingerless Fair Isle Mitts and Selbu Flower Mittens, SPP74

    From $7.99

    Woollen Mittens: Providers of warmth and comfort, quickly knitted, many opportunities to experiment with color and patterns, always welcomed as presents, and such interesting histories from the many countries in which mittens hold great cultural significance. Here is Meg’s compilation of motifs for a classic Norwegian Selbu Mitten, plus a pair of fingerless Fair Isle Mitts with a very basic and simple construction. Learn More
  5. Hand-Knitter's Tools Bag
    $50.49

    Artists need their tools! Here is a special offer and the perfect gift for yourself or another knitter. (Discounted 10% for purchasing items as a bundle.) • a bright Brocade Zippered Tool Bag containing an assortment of essential Hand-Knitter’s Tools: • a hand carved Crochet Hook from India. A mid-range size that will work for all occasions (a dropped-stitch, Phoney Seam, or a Steek and more) • a small travel size bottle of Charlie’s Soap; all-purpose liquid soap, and unscented. • looking right at you; a Sheep Needle Gauge - with US sizes on one side and mm on the other. Sizes runs from a gigantic US#19, to a minuscule US#000000. • Yes, there are two different types of scissors included: • Puppy Snips are for fun, and you can chain them onto the zipper. They work beautifully for all practical purposes. • Nirvana Scissors are surgical quality steel, and are recommended for serious snipping, like steeks - for which you need scissors that cut precisely, right down to the tips. • our favorite stitch-markers: Coil-less Pins are safety pins without the coil at the bend, to avoid tangles. One bag each of large (silver-about 35 pins) and small (gold-about 65 pins). Place a pin directly into the Important Stitch, and you needn’t move it every round or row. • vitally important Sewing-Up Needles. We include 3 of them in your bag: one blunt for weaving, one sharp for darning in, and one bent-tip-blunt which gives you a head start when weaving. Learn More
  6. 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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  7. How to Knit a Haapsalu Shawl
    $18.95

    If you have hesitated to delve into knitting a legendary Estonian Haapsalu shawl, here is a valuable booklet intended to guide you through the entire process. These step-by-step instructions were assembled by master knitter Siiri Reimann (author of the beautiful Triangular Knitted Shawls book and folio). This knitting-bag-sized booklet is both a class and a workshop to enable you to knit a classic rectangular Haapsalu shawl; however, this booklet is intended to accompany any of the Haapsalu Shawl books we carry or those you already own. Softcover. Haapsalu Shawl books for designs: The Haapsalu Shawl, Knitted Shawls of Aasa Joelaid, Triangular Knitted Shawls 

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  8. Heirloom Knitting

    Heirloom Knitting

    Sharon Miller
    $65.00
    On Backorder

    For those who missed out on the stunning lace book by Sharon Miller: weep no more. A completely revised and enlarged version has just been released; read the author's statement about the update in an image at left (Fall 2017). Heirlom Knitting: A Shetland Lace Pattern & Workbook Lace from Shetland has been described as “Knitting’s finest hour,” and is treasured around the world. Here is a wide-ranging book including history, techniques, practical tips and detailed information on design, and how to develop your own patterns. The 312 pages are divided into six sections: Introduction, Knitting Advice, Patterns (segmented into “Centres (sic), Borders, and Edgings" - marked for different skill-levels, Design, Projects, and Miscellany. The Projects include baby items, scarves, shawls, Stole and a full lace Christening Robe. Oversized. Softcover. Updated and Expanded. Learn More
  9. Hawk Head and Hat, SPP73

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    Open up a whole new world of picture knitting. Learn the techniques (simpler than you might imagine) while knitting an attractive hat (directions included), then move on to Meg’s impressively lifelike Hawk Head, in the form of a useful pillowcase. Once you understand the idea behind Armenian knitting, the sky is the limit to creating unique images in color-pattern knitting, without resorting to intarsia and bobbins. Print version comes in a 3-hole, archival quality sheet protector. Learn More
  10. Happit

    Happit

    Kate Davies
    $15.00

    5 of Kate's favorite hap designs and a wrap, with easy to follow directions. Included are two original essays from Kate. Stunning photography by Tom Barr. A code for a complimentary digital copy is provided in the book. Arrives in late November. Learn More

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