Color by Kristin: How to Design Your Own Beautiful Knits

Color by Kristin How to Design Your Own Beautiful Knits Don t fear color embrace it That s the message woven all through this illustrated guide to knitting with multiple colors Aimed at advanced beginners through intermediate knitters the projects prov

  • Title: Color by Kristin: How to Design Your Own Beautiful Knits
  • Author: Kristin Nicholas
  • ISBN: 9781933027838
  • Page: 305
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Don t fear color embrace it That s the message woven all through this illustrated guide to knitting with multiple colors Aimed at advanced beginners through intermediate knitters, the 20 projects provided here include clothing, blankets, bags, and lots of home d cor items, each bursting with rich hues and textures Lavish photographs showcase each of the required techniDon t fear color embrace it That s the message woven all through this illustrated guide to knitting with multiple colors Aimed at advanced beginners through intermediate knitters, the 20 projects provided here include clothing, blankets, bags, and lots of home d cor items, each bursting with rich hues and textures Lavish photographs showcase each of the required techniques, while designer Kristin Nicholas s text explains the theory behind using colors to maximum effect From the magnificent Fair Isle Pullover to the coordinated Mother Daughter Mittens to the fun and fabulous Snowflake Pillow, these projects will bring color to every aspect of a knitter s life.

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    One Reply to “Color by Kristin: How to Design Your Own Beautiful Knits”

    1. Color by Kristin is an awesome knitting book, great for knitters who love to design their own projects. My realm is free-forming to create patterns, so flipping through this book was a lot of fun and very inspiring. I have a passion for color, and this book made my mouth water and my fingers twitch. There are 25+ patterns—very colorful patterns—and a variety of graphs in the back for creating your own variations. The patterns range from very beginner to advanced, but they all have similariti [...]

    2. Renewed the library's copy of this book so many times I finally bought it. The color charts at the back of the book are invaluable, as are the various techniques and edgings the author explains. The explanation of how to chart your own colorwork designs is excellent! That, combined with the tips & tricks in Elizabeth Zimmermen's books is probably just about anything a designer would need to put together really outstanding color pieces. The author's examples of colorwork, in the patterns she [...]

    3. Has some interesting inspirations for color. Patterns are playful versions of some basic items and directions are clear and easy to follow. . Not a bad book to go to when you need to be inspired or want a quick refresher on intarsia. Recommend checking out at least once.

    4. Same old, same old. Everything in here is in a yarn by the company she works for, the wonder is that it was published in hardcover. Her design tips, which is why I wanted to read it, are nothing new.

    5. Lots of colored knits and how to use color. I would love to have the SW styled wrap! Pillows, scarves, hats and sweaters are in this book. They almost look like needlepoint.

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