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Knitted Lace A Collection of Favorite Designs from Interweave

Enjoy a superior collection of knitted lace patterns
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Enjoy a superior collection of knitted lace patterns with Knitted Lace.

Brought together for the first time, the projects of Knitted Lace represent the most intricate, beautiful, and sought-after lace pieces in the history of Interweave's knitting publications. Anne Merrow has assembled a world-class resource of eyelet scarves, delicate socks, elegant tops, and more, to inspire knitters of all skill levels. Knitted Lace offers all lace enthusiasts the broadest range of garment types, projects of all levels of difficulty, and expert design advice in one exceptional volume.

Inside you will learn the techniques of expert lace designers as well as their time-honored traditions. Included are popular commentaries by knitted lace experts illustrating how to follow lace charts, execute perfect stitches, and understand the construction of even the most complex knitted lace patterns. Plus, Interweave Knits editor and lace expert Eunny Jang contributes a new introduction on the art and craft of knitted lace and the reasons why lace is so irresistible.


Table of Contents
Introduction: The Infinite Possibilities of Lace by Eunny Jang
  • Seine Scarf by Ann Budd
  • A Primer on Knitted Lace by Jackie Erickson-Schweitzer
  • Simply Lovely Lace Socks by Karen Baumer
  • Oneshot Hat by Hana Jason
  • Arctic Lace Stole by Donna Druchunas
  • Swallowtail Shawl by Evelyn Clark
  • Teardrop Scarves by Celeste Culpepper
  • Isis Wrap by Kathleen Power Johnson
  • Slanting Plaid Stole by Rachel Erin
  • Fountain Pen Shawl by Susan Pierce Lawrence
  • Indigo Ripples Skirt by Kat Coyle
  • Casting On & Binding Off Lace by Eunny Jang
  • Victoria Tank by Veronik Avery
  • Fairy Tale Scarf by Sarah Swett
  • Spiral Boot Socks by Veronik Avery
  • Forest Path Stole by Faina Letoutchaia
  • Aprs Surf Hoodie by Connie Chang Chinchio
  • Luminarie Skirt by Annie Modesitt
  • Facing Lilies Stole by Nancy Bush
  • Qiviuk Webs Tam and Scarf by Gayle Roehm
  • Paisley Shawl by Evelyn Clark
  • Shaping Your Lace Garment by Eunny Jang
  • Oriel Lace Blouse by Shirley Paden
  • Wakame Lace Tunic by Angela Hahn
  • Dorflinger Tee by Mandy Moore
  • Bleeding Hearts Stole by Anne Hanson
  • Scribble Lace by Debbie Ne
  • Bettie' Lace Stockings by Hana Jason
    Glossary
    Contributors
    Yarn Sources
    Index

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    About the Author
    Anne Merrow is a longtime editor at Interweave as well as the coeditor of the best-selling Favorite Socks: 25 Timeless Designs from Interweave and editor of the yarn and specialty fiber eMags for Interweave.

    Expert knitter Eunny Jang is the editor of Interweave Knits, Interweave Knits Weekend, and Interweave Knits Holiday Gifts, and is the host of Knitting Daily TV.
    Details
    "Knitted Lace will be a favorite book this fall on the shelves of lace knitters who enjoy a variety of stitches.” – The Detroit News
     
    "It’s a great collection...and convenient to have them all in one place." - KnittingScholar.com
     
    "Gorgeous Collection...if you’re just starting to get the hang of lace knitting, don’t fear this book.  Knitted Lace features stunning patterns for all skill levels – from beginner to advance." – FaveCrafts.com
     
    "All of the patterns in this book have been in Interweave Knits or Knitscene magazine, but most of the lace knitters I know won’t care.  The obsessive lace knitters I know base their magazine purchases or subscriptions on how many lace projects are in an issue of a magazine, and they’ll be happy to have them in one spot, rather than various magazines. This collection of lace patterns is mostly fine lace designs. Sweaters, shawls, socks and scarves designed by lace luminaries Evelyn Clark, Nancy Bush, Kat Coyle and Anne Hanson. A fine compilation for passionate lace knitters." - Jillian Moreno, Knitty.com
     
    "This collection of 25 projects is top notch, bringing together the talents of knitting notables such as Annie Modesitt, Shirley Paden, and Nancy Bush.  Discover patterns for hats, scarves, socks, stoles, wraps and more in this must-have book." - Knit 'n Style
     
    “I think you’ll agree that it’s a great collection…and convenient to have them all in one place.” – KnittingScholar.com
     
    “The obsessive lace knitters I know base their magazine purchases or subscriptions on how many lace projects are in an issue of a magazine.  They’ll be happy to have them in one spot, rather than various magazines.” – Knitty.com
     
    "Knitted Lace, A Collection of Favorite Designs from Interweave (Interweave, $24.95) will be a favorite book this fall on the shelves of lace knitters who enjoy a variety of stitches." – The Detroit News

    SKU: 11KN09

    Author/Speaker/Editor: Anne Merrow

    Format: Paperback

    ISBN 13: 9781596684829

    Customer Reviews

    Nice Review by Dorothy
    Rating

    An excellent book with useful instruction and a good variety of patterns.laid out in a pleasing way.


    The process of writing this review was a great waste of time and I will not do it again though I'm a frequent customer. Why can't one just comment in reply to the original request?

    (Posted on 3/24/14)

    Good lace knitting book. Review by Catherine
    Rating

    I have already made a pair of socks from the book in the first week I've had it. I see several projects I will make and the directions are clear so far. Good pictures and lots of good help for new or rusty techniques in the back. Not sure you could learn to knit just from this but it is fine for adding lace knitting to your basic knitting skills.

    (Posted on 1/15/14)

    Knitted Lace is easy Review by Carole V Anderson

    As in all of Interweave products, the clearity of the instructions, and the diagrams, in the book 'Knitted Lace: A Collection of Favorite Designs from Interweave' are top notch. Even though I have been knitting for many years, there are times when it is still helpful that the instructions are straight forward and clear. The only thing I would like to see, is a more magnified view of the finished pattern repeat.This is often a help in understanding the graphic mode of instruction, especially for the novice knitter..

    (Posted on 10/5/11)