Knitter's At Home
Author: Edited by Elain Rowley and Rick Mondragon
Number of Pages: 110
Pillows, bolsters, afghans, and throws are the core of this collection of home accessories from the archives of Knitter’s Magazine. New companion pieces round the 25-plus projects into collections that season a room or the entire house. One-size-fits-all rarely works—even in interior knits—so many pieces can be knit in a range of sizes. Choices for color and fiber are even more varied: yarns, ranging from easy-care to luxury blends to organic, fit all budgets and priorities. A special section helps in planning alternate color schemes. Clear illustrations encourage the knitter to try a new technique or an easy finishing option: no-sew pillows, throws that you can reverse (they look good on both sides), fool-proof washing and storing of knits.
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