6 edition of Mason-Dixon knitting outside the lines found in the catalog.
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.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 155) and index.
|Statement||Kay Gardiner and Ann Shayne ; photography by Gale Zucker.|
|LC Classifications||TT820 .G223 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||159 p. :|
|Number of Pages||159|
The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Advance Local. Beyond the patterns, the tips and the ruminations make this book a keeper. It made me genuinely stop and boggle a little bit. Lucky for knitters everywhere, she returned to knitting with a vengeance. The versatility of this book is pretty impressive all around.
Change the charts as follows: make a purl mark in the square above the square where a purl stitch is shown. Oh yeah — and the rubber glove liners and the re-usable knitted Swiffer covers…well, those are actually pretty whimsical and okay, too. Lucky for knitters everywhere, she returned to knitting with a vengeance. Seriously, beat that. The squares with the original purl stitches should be worked as knit stitches. I've Overfelted the Bag!
There are other knits for your home here, too. And I can only put one item in the miscellaneous category. The pictures are great and give you a crystalline idea about what the knits really look like. Note to readers: if you purchase something through one of our affiliate links we may earn a commission.
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The written text is a good read all on its Mason-Dixon knitting outside the lines book, as you might expect from the humour of the first Mason-Dixon book. Beginning knitters found courage and support in the authors' humor and encouragement to experiment.
Like the Bubble Curtain—inspired by bubbles rising in champagne, or the Big Dotty Cushion for your nearest piano bench or whatever other hard seat you might have nearby. Other reviews for these authors:. The symbol is different in the Field Guide, but the stitch is k2tog. And even more, there are a few times when Kay and Ann Mason-Dixon knitting outside the lines book back and let another knitter talk for a page or so—about why they love lace, or how important it is to finish your knits neatly, or how an endless creativity is a great thing for a knitter or anyone.
Add clear instructions, and you've got "Mason-Dixon Knitting". Delia Ballenger, former Either the construction is unique, or the color combinations are. Wearable patterns, excellent instructions, readable stories, wonderful tips and techniques, and a big shot of humor equal a fantastic knitting book.
What makes this art is the chain-stitch words added onto the bodice, both front and back. Sandwich all that between hardcovers with 30 projects that don't look like something Granny's cat dragged in. I took it over to Red Purl this evening and was able to snap a few ok, a lot of pics!
Several of these items are designed by others, many of whom like the authors have gained fame in the online knitting community. But the new MDK book is not just about knitting blankets, or colour-work. This, my friends, is a sequel that does its precursor justice.
Beyond the patterns, the tips and the ruminations make this book a keeper. She has since chosen to devote her time to her family, to writing—and to knitting.
Honestly, how can you fail to love a book in which one of the authors describes a fisherman's gansey as "the Gore-Tex of its day"? They show you with technical pictures and everything! Let it dry and whip stitch around the edges.
How many other curtain patterns do you have? This book is filled with lots of patterns, pictures, illustrations, stories, tips and advice.
Experienced knitters loved the "back to basics" approach, one that freed them from patterns and encouraged them to make seemingly simple approaches their own. I heard it contained patterns for things like knitted liners for rubber gloves and re-usable knitted Swiffer covers.
It's sterling silver and looks really lovely on the shawl. Just a little out of my current discretionary spending range. As soon as I started looking through a copy of it in my own hands, my whole opinion changed.
You come away from the experience energized, excited to knit and bursting with new enthusiasm and ideas. This is probably the most aggressive I've been blocking anything.
Lucky for knitters everywhere, she returned to knitting with a vengeance. The patterns Mason-Dixon knitting outside the lines book loosely Mason-Dixon knitting outside the lines book into five categories, including Fair Isle, knits for children, and special-occasion knitting, and many are designed by guest contributors well known to knitters.Mason-Dixon Knitting: The Curious Knitters' Guide: Stories, Patterns, Advice, Opinions, Questions, Answers, Jokes, and Pictures by Gardiner, Kay; Shayne, Ann Meador and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at tjarrodbonta.com Mason Dixon Knitting Outside The Lines features helpful and humorous sidebars that discuss things such as the pitfalls of the sweater coat, the beauty of shetland wool, how to make a stitch marker.
Jun 04, · Kay will be on hand to discuss Mason-Dixon Knitting Outside the Lines, which has received rave reviews and was recognized for its luscious photographs, stories, tips, rules, and hints.Jul 23, pdf Pattern: Belinda by Kay Gardiner and Ann Shayne from Mason-Dixon Knitting Outside the Lines (library copy) Materials: Fleece Artist Mini Kid (mohair/nylon), 2 skeins ($) I don't see the plaid illusion so much this way; it seems more like the lighter pooling colours just give a .Please bear with us while we work on organizing our website and getting download pdf book selection categorized.
If you can not find what you are looking for here, please give us a call atso we can help! Knitting. Mason-Dixon Knitting Outside the Lines (hardcover) $ Mason-Dixon Knitting: The Curious Knitter's Guide (hardcover).Knitting friends Kay Gardiner and Ann Shayne are the ebook minds behind Mason-Dixon Knitting Outside the tjarrodbonta.com essentially down-to-earth pair have concocted a dazzling knitting book that is both personable and instructive, and the patterns—oh, the patterns!Author: Jacquelyn Lewis.