Books on Knitting


Bernat - Home Decor Knitting Book (8 Designs)
Bernat Blanket Home Decor is a crochet pattern book using Bernat Blanket yarn. Create a beautiful blanket for you and your family! This book contains eight crochet design projects. Softcover; 35 pages. Published Year: 2014. ISBN 978-1- 77211-003-6.
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Jean Greenhowe BooksJean Greenhowe Books
Jean Greenhowe Books
Teddy Bears, Humpty Dumpties, Play Dolls, Clowns and Baby Dolls are everlasting favourites that never lose their appeal. This was Jean’s first booklet on a nostalgic ‘times past’ theme. Emily, Charlotte, Buttons and Pierrot are four different dolls designed around the same basic pattern. They are 38cm (15in) in height without the hats and all have jointed legs so they can sit down. Emily is one of Jean’s most popular dolls. Dressed in Victorian style clothing she wears long pantalets under her charming high-waisted dress and a fetching flower-trimmed ‘straw’ hat. Charlotte's ensemble is in the nautical style which was fashionable for both girls and boys in the nineteenth century. Her pantalets are knee length and the sailor collar is very easy to knit. Buttons the clown is a riot of rainbow colours in striped baggy pants, clown’s hat and large knitted-buttons. He is a versatile doll suitable for both boys or girls. A white-faced Pierrot...
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Scarecrow Family Jean Greenhowe Books
When Sam Scarecrow first appeared in the UK's Woman's Weekly magazine in 1985 he caused a sensation. Never before had there been a knitted character so skillfully designed and with such amazing detail. From the mouse in his hat to the robin on his shoulder and the tiny ladybird on his foot - absolutely everything was knitted. Sam was so hugely popular Jean couldn't resist creating his wife - Sally Scarecrow. This pattern was published in Woman's Weekly magazine in 1987 and again the public reaction was overwhelming. Soon the happy couple became a happy family with the arrival of The Twins, Baby Sunshine, Grandpa Septimus and Grandma Selina - three generations of the family. The Scarecrow Family booklet was launched in 1988 by Jean's own company, Jean Greenhowe Designs. This was our very first publication and proved to be an instant success, the initial print run of 50,000 copies selling out within weeks. Knitters immediately realised that something new and exciting was happening in...
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Sidar Kiko Super Chunky Jumper Knitting Pattern
Create a striking jumper using Sirdar's Kiko Super Chunky yarn. Choose from v neck or round neck styles and sizes 32"-42" for the perfect fit. The jumpers require 10-15 balls of yarn to knit depending on sizes and 10mm/8mm needles. Pack includes pattern pieces and instructions only. Wool and knitting needles not included.
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