Knitter's Stash: Favorite Patterns from America's Yarn Shops

by Barbara Albright (Editor)

Hardcover, 2001

Status

Available

Barcode

326

Description

This collection of 33 patterns chosen from hundreds of entries submitted by yarn shops across the country is full of personal stories, knitting wisdom, and favorite tips from the people who have helped fuel today’s knitting revolution. The patterns range from designer sweaters and knits for kids to small take-along projects. More than a pattern book, this delightful collection is like a trip to the yarn shop, a private session with the best knitters around, and a friendly chat with the country’s most passionate knitters all rolled into one.

Publication

Interweave Press (2001), 180 pages

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ISBN

1883010896 / 9781883010898

User reviews

LibraryThing member dmrauch
Including patterns from yarn shops all over the country plus listing additional yarn shops. I found several projects that interested me enough to purchase the book. Having knit some of these, I find the instructions to be well written, and easy to follow.
I especially enjoyed and learned from the
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tips found with each pattern. These were well explained and very useful to know.
HOWEVER, depending on the printing you have, there are over 17 pages of errata. These corrections should definitely be made BEFORE making any pattern.
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LibraryThing member RochesterKnittingGui
What today’s knitters love even more than knitting is visiting their local yarn shops and stocking up on new ideas, patterns, and tons of yarn. This collection of 30 patterns chosen from hundreds of entries submitted by yarn shops across the country is full of personal stories, knitting wisdom,
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and favorite tips from the people who have helped fuel today’s knitting revolution. The patterns range from designer sweaters and kids’ knits to small take-along projects. More than a pattern book, this delightful collection is like a trip to the yarn shop, a private session with the best knitters around, and a friendly chat with the country’s most passionate knitters all rolled into one.
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Original language

English

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