Und auch die Knitmoregirls stellen in ihrem Podcast regelmässig Bücher >> vor. Da sind durchaus auch welche dabei, die es schon einige Zeit lang gibt, was nicht heißen muss, dass sie deshalb schlechter sind.
Weitere Strickbücher auf Englisch habe ich hier schon einmal aufgelistet >>, weitere Strickbücher auf Deutsch findest Du hier >>
Da hab ich doch mal geguckt, was es davon auch auf Amazon.de gibt - hier ist das Ergebnis:
Verlag: Abrams (1. April 2018)
Japanese stitch patterns are eye-catching and much sought after by devotees, but before now, they often seemed out of reach, whether locked behind Japanese-only instructions or tangled up in difficult-to-decipher illustrations. Japanese Stitches Unraveled offers 150 rare patterns inspired by these elusive and intricate Japanese stitch designs, along with fully illustrated charts, familiar symbols, and clear instructions for every single stitch. Each stitch pattern receives Bernard’s unique four-direction makeover—topdown, bottom-up, back-and-forth, and in-the-round. To showcase the knitting in action, Bernard also includes instructions for six garments as well as her famous formulas for knitting without a pattern.
Verlag: Tuttle Publishing,Us (29. Mai 2018)
A whole new world of fashionable Tokyo-style knitwear designs opens to experienced needle crafters in Japanese Knitting: Patterns for Sweaters, Scarves and More. It is the first Japanese needlework book to be translated into English. Knitting and crochet websites across the globe often feature the work of renowned Japanese designer michiyo. Her minimalist aesthetic and textural elements make her knitwear styles polished and flattering, whether worn layered or as stand-alone pieces. With this Japanese knitting pattern book, experienced knitters and needleworkers can create a diverse collection of effortless-looking items ranging from a pair of soft slippers to a structured jacket.
Crafting a Patterned Home:
Painting, Printing, and Stitching Projects
to Enliven Every Room
von Kristin Nicholas * >>
Roost Books (10. April 2018)
Create a unique space that's all your own--bold and colorful handmade projects to fill your home with pattern from color expert crafter extraordinaire Kristin Nicholas.
Jump into the world of pattern--get a crash course on the types of patterns and how they are made; learn how to gain inspiration and ideas from a variety of sources; explore ways of pairing different patterns together; and make patterns of your own to embellish your home. Kristin Nicholas takes us through her unique and dynamic farmhouse--and into her pottery studio and surrounding fields--and shares one-of-a-kind projects along the way. From a Geometric Striped Tablecloth for the kitchen to a Ceramic Tile Fireplace Surround in the library and a Printed Polka Dot Pillow for the bedroom, you'll discover both bold and subtle ways to add pattern to your home. Full of inspiration, and with bright photographs throughout, this is a vibrant guide to creating a home that sings with handmade touches.
Verlag: Ten Speed Press (15. Mai 2018)
Macramé--the fine art of knotting--is an age-old craft that's undergoing a contemporary renaissance. At the heart of this resurgence is Emily Katz, a lifestyle icon and artist who teaches sold out macramé workshops around the world and creates swoon-worthy aspirational interiors with her custom hand-knotted pieces. Modern Macramé is a stylish, contemporary guide to the traditional art and craft of macramé, including 33 projects, from driftwood wall art and bohemian light fixtures to macramé rugs and headboards. The projects are showcased in easy to follow and photogenic project layouts, guiding both the novice and the more experienced crafter in a highly achievable way. Included with every project are thoughtful lifestyle tips showing how macramé can provide the perfect finishing touch for the modern, well-designed home--whether it's a hundred-year-old farmhouse, a sophisticated loft, or a cozy but stylish rental.
Taschenbuch: 164 Seiten
Verlag: A-Z of Needlecraft (5. Februar 2016)
Crochet is a quick and easy craft and can be addictive! This latest A-Z title will have you create beautiful pieces in no time. Don't know where to start? If you have never held a crochet hook before, the simple instructions and easy to follow photographs at the beginning of the book will have you working like an expert in no time. Learn about bobbles and clusters, loop stitches, picots and popcorns, shells and spikes. An expert, but you want to expand your repertoire? Discover broomstick crochet, entrelac crochet, filet and hairpin crochet, Irish crochet, surface and tubular crochet,Tunisian crochet and so much more. We show you how to achieve a perfect finish to your crocheted project and how to add your own special touch with fringes, spirals, edgings and three-dimensional motifs. It's 164 pages of hooking bliss!
Taschenbuch: 128 Seiten
Verlag: Storey Publishing Llc (26. August 2014)
The perfect guide for beginners! Sara Delaney shows you her techniques for working a basic chain and creating single and double chain stitches. You'll learn about changing colors, joining, fastening off, reading crochet patterns, and working with different shapes. Working on small projects, such as a simple potholder or scarf, gives you the practice and experience you need before you move on to crocheting more complex patterns on your own.
Spiralbindung: 80 Seiten
Verlag: Martingale & Company; Auflage: Spi (15. Juli 2010)
Back by popular demand, this is the must-have guidebook for anyone who wants to stitch knits that fit and flatter! You'll find the techniques and templates from the original edition along with even more tips and tricks, plus the answers to FAQs from readers. See for yourself why this book won the 2011 PubWest Gold Award for craft books.
Gebundene Ausgabe: 176 Seiten
Verlag: Sixth and Spring Books (6. Oktober 2015)
No matter how well you knit, if the sizing is wrong, nothing works. In Good Measure, Deborah Newton, knitting expert, designer, and author of the booksFinishing School and Designing Knitwear, teaches how to personalize any knitted garment pattern to achieve a perfect, flattering fit for every shape and size. This indispensible reference covers every aspect of fit, including how to properly analyze a pattern for customization, make alterations in a project as needed, determine proper ease in every area of a garment, choose which fibers work best with a particular design, and so much more. Including 24 beautiful patterns sized XS to 2XL, all shown on a full range of different body types, Good Measure is the invaluable resource every knitter needs to ensure a perfect fit every time.
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