New Heights in Lace Knitting eBook

Sharpen up your lace knitting skills with this eBook, filled with plenty of reference information on knitting with beads, understanding gauge, swatching and more. Reach new heights in lace knitting with the 17 included patterns.

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New Heights in Lace Knitting: 17 Knit Accesory Patterns
By Andrea Jurgrau

Set against the backdrop of the world's tallest peaks, New Heights in Lace Knitting shows you how to stitch a beautiful collection of lace shawls and accessories. Before you begin your trek into lace knitting, you need to load your pack (or in this case, your knitting bag) with the right supplies. Outlining exactly what you need, Andrea begins New Heights in Lace Knitting by setting you up for a successful finished project. You'll be guided through choosing the right yarns for lace projects, basic lace techniques, and a comprehensive guide to adding beads to lace projects, with tips and tricks even the most experienced lace knitter will appreciate.

Whether you're a beginning knitter or an experienced stitcher, New Heights in Lace Knitting has something you'll love to knit. From lace mitts to the Everest of lace shawls, there are 17 lace patterns you're going to love exploring.

About the Author:
Andrea Jurgrau is a nurse practitioner and avid lace knitter, as well as author of New Vintage Lace (Interweave). Her patterns have appeared in Knitscene, Vogue Knitting, Spin-Off, Knit Red, One + One Scarves, Shawls, & Shrugs, Enchanted Knits, and The Unofficial Downton Abbey Knitting Collection. She resides in New York.

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SKU EP11013
Author/Speaker/Editor Andrea Jurgrau
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Number Of Pages 0
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ISBN 13 9781632502322
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Product Type eBook
File/Trim Size 8.25 x 10.875
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