25+ Projects From Just Two Skeins
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Renowned designer Iris Schreier and her contributors have created a wealth of standout scarves. Whether romantic, sparkly or bursting with color, these 25 projects are real beauties. And since they're made from just two skeins of yarn, they're affordable, too. Whether you want to experiment with different textures and/or colorways, make the most of an expensive skein by pairing it with a more affordable ball of yarn, challenge yourself by trying a new technique (such as lace, cable and short row) or knit special somethings for all your loved ones, you'll find something for every taste, style and skill level inside One + One: Scarves, Shawls & Shrugs, from a scarf with a ruffled edge that twists into a flower to a reverse chevron cowl.
Softcover Book : 132 pages
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Co., Inc. ( March 06, 2012 )
Item #: 13-523916
Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 8.5 inches
Product Weight: 16.0 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
I love how you can make these shawls with only a skein or two of yarn. Great patterns, easy to follow and a bunch of different shawls to knit
Reviewer: Christina C
I am looking for a new design to create a shrug that wouldn't fall off when moving about...not many people sit like the lady in a store window when wearing these items...
I dislike the constant adjusting needed for many of them... and don't want an old lady in the chair look either...
Reviewer: carolyn h
What a complete gem! Lots of love projects and when I became a little stuck on something, I found the author's FB page (Artyarns) and she was extremely kind in helping me understand where I had gone wrong. I really appreciated the fact that the lady had provided an alternative list of Lion Yarns that could be used instead of her own, but frankly, I prefer paying the few dollars extra for such stunning yarn. So happy I bought this book :)
Lots of Beautiful things to knit! The instructions look complete. It would have been a little better if some of the techniques were demonstrated with some photos of a swatch in different stages of construction. It is definitely not a book for beginners. However, there are easy projects for lower skill levels and it is great for a committed knitting enthusiast, as it gives many challenges for the future.
Reviewer: Deb B