Knit One Felt Too Discover the Magic of Knitted Felt with Easy Patterns Easy enough for beginners and exciting enough to inspire experts felted knitting offers endless possibilities for creative crafting The method is simple and magical knit the project large and loose

  • Title: Knit One, Felt Too: Discover the Magic of Knitted Felt with 25 Easy Patterns
  • Author: Kathleen Taylor Gwen Steege Cynthia McFarland
  • ISBN: 9781580174978
  • Page: 220
  • Format: Paperback
  • Easy enough for beginners and exciting enough to inspire experts, felted knitting offers endless possibilities for creative crafting The method is simple and magical knit the project large and loose, wash it in hot water, and see it transformed into a soft and cozy garment or accessory Kathleen Taylor encourages you to explore the possibilities of felted knitting withEasy enough for beginners and exciting enough to inspire experts, felted knitting offers endless possibilities for creative crafting The method is simple and magical knit the project large and loose, wash it in hot water, and see it transformed into a soft and cozy garment or accessory Kathleen Taylor encourages you to explore the possibilities of felted knitting with 25 spectacular projects that include mittens, slippers, hats, bags, stuffed animals, and Embellish your life with unique and stylishly comfortable creations.

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      Published :2019-01-06T00:06:44+00:00

    One thought on “Knit One, Felt Too: Discover the Magic of Knitted Felt with 25 Easy Patterns”

    1. I'm using this book for my knitting class. It's full of neat project ideas. I like felting my knitting because it's so much more durable, and it hides all my little mistakes. :) Great book for knitting/felting projects. The directions are for 3-point needles, which I don't use a bit of conversion is necessary. I would not have figured the patterns without a guide.

    2. This book gives a good introduction into the art of felted knits. It contains a number of projects that can be considered "The usual suspects" for felting, i.e. bags, hats, slippers, plus some extras like pillow cases, a tea cozy, a toy, bottle bag. The projects are well structured, and can be followed easily. This is solid fare, no surprises.

    3. I finally realize that I really don't like felting yarn. Don't get me wrong--it's just my preference. I rather just stay to knitting and leave it at that. But for anyone who likes to felt this book do have a couple of good patterns. Just not my taste.

    4. There are some very nice projects in this book, and when I do finally decide I'm going to do some felting, I'll be heading back to the library for this nicely presented book.

    5. A good book to start felting with. The projects are attractive & useful, and meet the title's promise of being easy. There's interesting info about the designers as well.

    6. Looked at for a goof. Some nice patterns and ideas. However, I wont be felting anytime soon (so only 2 stars to remind me not to look up this book again).

    7. I've already knit and felted the classic cloche. Now my mother and sister both want one. The directions were clear and easy to follow. I'm looking forward to trying more patterns from this book.

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