I (heart) Felt

I (heart) Felt

33 Eye-popping Projects for the Inspired Knitter

Book - 2008
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Baker & Taylor
Explaining how to transform a variety of knitted objects into durable and beautiful felt items, a companion volume to Knit One, Felt Two introduces more than thirty creative projects that range from cabled handbags and stylish beaded hats to appliquéd mittens and decorative ornaments. Original.

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Felting is a simple process: take a knitted object--anything from a purse to a holiday stocking--douse it in water, subject it to serious agitation, and let it dry. The result is cozy, dense, and durable--and totally different from anything you've ever knitted before.

In the follow-up to her best-selling Knit One, Felt Too, noted knitting designer Kathleen Taylor reveals just how to felt colorful Fair Isle, delicate cables, and blended novelty yarns. Her hugely imaginative projects, including gorgeous cabled handbags, stylish beaded hats and adorable appliqu’ed mittens, come with easy-to-follow directions and go far beyond basic felting.

This follow-up to the successful "Knit One, Felt Too" pushes the creative edges on just what crafters can do with felting. Taylor offers an engaging collection of 33 original designs in which she experiments with felting textured knitting, felting colored knitting, and more.

Publisher: Newtown, CT : Taunton Press, 2008
ISBN: 9781561589524
Characteristics: 170 p. : ill.(color) ; 21 cm
Alternative Title: I felt
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