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Lace Style eBook: Traditional to Innovative, 21 Inspired Designs to Knit

The gorgeous Lace Style eBook takes a fresh approach to a classic theme by combining solid techniques with 20+ contemporary, lace projects.

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From runways to department stores, lace is everywhere and knitters are picking up their needles to chase the trend. The gorgeous Lace Style eBook takes a fresh approach to a classic theme by combining solid techniques with 20+ contemporary, lace projects.

Following the success of Scarf Style and Wrap Style—with more than 100,000 copies sold - we've selected a stunning collection of quick knits that take a modern twist on a traditional pattern. Accomplished designers including Veronik Avery, Norah Gaughan, Annie Modesitt, Shirley Paden and Michele Rose Orne will inspire with patterns ranging from scarves, shawls, hats, sweaters, dresses, and more.

Revel in ways to use lace as all-over patterns, trims and edgings, and inserts. Innovative designs include a lace pattern typically used for baby wear boldly translated into a striking woman's scalloped jacket, a delicate lace edging used to accent a featherlight lingerie dress, a chic skirt made lacy with intentionally dropped stitches, a wide-brim garden hat with a decidedly vintage feel, a sophisticated bracelet knitted from fine silver wire, and much more.

Each pattern has detailed step-by-step instructions and lavish lifestyle photographs with plenty of detail shots to keep readers inspired. A special design chapter demystifies the elements of knitted lace, and details several ways to achieve lacy effects. It also provides key pointers on how to incorporate lace motifs into other patterns and tips to ensure success.

Whether you're an experienced knitter looking for inspiration or a beginner trying lace knitting for the first time, the Lace Style eBook has everything you need to knit lace with confidence and convenience.

Table of Contents


The Projects

  • Just Right Wrap- Mari Lynn Patrick
  • The Point About Cuffs- Vicki Square
  • Lily of the Valley Shawl- Nancy Bush
  • Floral Lace Anklets- Evelyn A. Clark
  • Lace-Edged Corset- Michele Rose Orne
  • Featherlight Lingerie Dress- Mari Lynn Patrick
  • Little Silk Shrug- Pam Allen
  • The Essential Tank Top- Laura Zukaite
  • Tailored Scallops- Pam Allen
  • Ooh La Lace Dress and Stole- Shirley Paden
  • Retro Redux Shrug- Mercedes Tarasovich-Clark
  • Katherine Hepburn Cardigan- Kathy Zimmerman
  • Long Long Lacy Gloves- Lois S. Young
  • Peek-a-Book Cloche- Mona Schmidt
  • Show-Off Ruffle Skirt- Kat Coyle
  • Leg Cozies- Lisa Daehlin
  • Lacy Waves Top- Norah Gaughan
  • Greta Garbo Garden Hat- Annie Modesitt
  • Never Wimpy Wimple- Priscilla Gibson-Roberts
  • Sterling and Crystal Cuff- Annie Modesitt
  • Shetland Shawl Turned Vest- Veronik Avery

Design Notebook
Glossary of Techniques
Contributing Designers
Sources for Yarns

About the Author
Ann Budd is the best-selling author of The Knitter’s Handy Book of Patterns and The Knitter’s Handy Book of Sweater Patterns. She is also the author of Getting Started Knitting Socks, Interweave Presents Knitted Gifts, Knitting Green, and Simple Style, and coauthor of Bag Style, Color Style, Lace Style, and Wrap Style. She is a book editor and the former senior editor of Interweave Knits. She lives in Boulder, Colorado.

Pam Allen is the former editor of Interweave Knits and has been part of the hand-knitting industry since 1985. She joined Classic Elite Yarns in May 2007. Her designs have been published in Vogue Knitting, Interweave Knits, and Knitters. Her work was also featured in general interest magazines—Family Circle, Better Homes and Gardens, and Woman’s Day—and in Melanie Falick’s book Knitting in America (1996) and Vogue Knitting/American Collection (2000). She is the author of Knitting for Dummies and Scarf Style, and the co-author of 4 other titles in the Style series published by Interweave Press. As former editor of Interweave Knits, Pam worked with established hand-knitwear designers such as Norah Gaughan, Mari Lynn Patrick, and Deborah Newton, and she also encouraged new-generation designers such as Veronik Avery and Kate Gilbert. As creative director at CEY, Pam continues to work with these and other talented and well-known hand-knitwear designers, including up-and-coming blogger and designer Jared Flood. She also continues to be published not only in CEY’s semi-annual collection of best selling pattern booklets, but also in major knitting magazines, and e-zines, such as Twist Collective and

SKU: EP4801

Author/Speaker/Editor: Ann Budd

Format: eBook

ISBN 13: 9781596687493

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