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Gossamer Webs Design Collection Three Orenburg Shawls to Knit

Presenting three classic Orenburg-style lace patterns in written form for the very first time.
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Presenting three classic Orenburg-style lace patterns in written form for the very first time. Created from a series of basic elements and patterns handed down from generation to generation from the Orenburg region of Russia, Galina Khmeleva has worked with these talented craftspeople to bring you these unique knitted masterpieces. Create your own heirloom shawl following step-by-step instructions and charts laid out for ease of knitting from bottom to top.

SKU: 1040

Author/Speaker/Editor: Galina Khmeleva

Format: Paperback

ISBN 13: 9781883010874

SKU: 1040

Author/Speaker/Editor: Galina Khmeleva

Format: Paperback

ISBN 13: 9781883010874

Customer Reviews

downloadable charts, please Review by Amy
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I LOVE this book, also. I would LOVE, LOVE, LOVE to have the charts be downloadable and printable in a larger size. I can't read the ones in the book at all. I tried scanning them and blowing them up, but since the print is so fine, it just doesn't work well. I'm probably going to have to ultimately transcribe all the charts which will take a lot of time.

(Posted on 4/28/2014)

(Posted on 4/28/2014)

Not as I expected Review by Drisanna

I love the author and the designs in this book are stunning. But some of the publishing decisions greatly detract from the utility of this book. The charts have me pulling out my hair. Well the chart for the Pine Tree Palatine Scarf does, anyway. I haven't tried the others yet. The charts are large and complicated, as one would expect. However they are printed very small in the book, making them difficult see to knit from. The written instructions, especially those regarding turning the corners on the border, are clear and concise. However, the chart doesn't match those instructions. It took me three tries to decide where the "disconnect" was and what to do about it. I ultimately decided to ignore the last two rows of the written instructions and go with the chart instead, since I figured the final two corner turns would be based on the rows stated in the chart. We'll see if I guessed right in another 750 or so rows. :)

(Posted on 5/23/2013)

(Posted on 5/23/2013)