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Mason-Dixon knitting outside the lines : patterns, stories, pictures, true confessions, tricky bits, whole new worlds, and familiar ones, too

By: Gardiner, Kay.
Contributor(s): Shayne, Ann.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookNew York : Potter Craft ; c2008Edition: 1st ed.Description: 159 p. : col. ill. ; 29 cm.ISBN: 9780307381705 (hardcover); 0307381706 (hardcover).Other title: Mason Dixon knitting | Mason Dixon knitting outside the lines [Spine title].Subject(s): Knitting -- Patterns | Knitting
Contents:
Kay Gardiner and Ann Shayne ; photography by Gale Zucker.
Summary: A new collection of 30 projects that will take you on knitting adventures. Gardiner and Shayne wind their way through patterns for adults, children and homes, including patterns by other knitwear designers such as Bonne Marie Burns. Helpful and humorous sidebars discuss the pitfalls of the sweater coat (including bathrobe syndrome), the beauty of Shetland wool, how to make a stitch marker out of citrus peel or tin foil, and the Holy Crap moment, where a pattern breakthrough occurs. Gardiner and Shayne alternate personal anecdotes throughout, with an especially enjoyable piece by Shayne about participating in the Tennessee State Fair knitting contest.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 155) and index.

Kay Gardiner and Ann Shayne ; photography by Gale Zucker.

A new collection of 30 projects that will take you on knitting adventures. Gardiner and Shayne wind their way through patterns for adults, children and homes, including patterns by other knitwear designers such as Bonne Marie Burns. Helpful and humorous sidebars discuss the pitfalls of the sweater coat (including bathrobe syndrome), the beauty of Shetland wool, how to make a stitch marker out of citrus peel or tin foil, and the Holy Crap moment, where a pattern breakthrough occurs. Gardiner and Shayne alternate personal anecdotes throughout, with an especially enjoyable piece by Shayne about participating in the Tennessee State Fair knitting contest.

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