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With so many general knitting and pattern books recently available, it's no surprise that the ever-enlarging market would expand to include more specialized guides. But what may be surprising is the fact that a book on a specialty topic like edgings could turn out to be as useful and lush as this one. Knitwear designer Epstein offers a reference book with instructions for 350 different edgings, everything from ruffles to laces and fringes to floras. The instructions are easy to follow, but it is the amazingly crisp photographs of the different edgings executed in colorful yarns and set against pure white backgrounds that will get knitters' hearts pounding. This book is so inviting and so easy to use (simple triangle symbols explain from which direction the patterns are knit) that knitters may find themselves edging projects already in progress. Ilene Cooper
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"[This] embraces a love for detail. You'll turn to these pages time and time again."--"Vogue Knitting."See all Product Description
A big book full of creative ideas and coloured photos to accompany them. Helpful for any knitters.Published 15 months ago by Amnouy
Have been using patterns to embellish other projects and thus giving them my own twist.Published 15 months ago by Grams
I had already had this book from the library so knew that it was one I wanted to have permanently!Published 19 months ago by Fast Eddie
There is no end to the posibilities for adding polish and interest to any knitting project. If you like to add special details and make things unique, this is a great place to look... Read morePublished on Nov. 2 2011 by Liz. C
This book is a wonderful resource for people wanting to try different edgings, or even just trying to find a new and fancy way to make a scarf. Read morePublished on Aug. 15 2011 by rachelleme
Once I got the book, I started to work on the scarf that was shown on the cover. I used pink yarn instead of blue, it looks even better. Read morePublished on Jan. 1 2006 by L. Yeung
If you miss this one, you'll be sorry. Packed full of patterns and awesome ideas. Clearly written as per the author's past books, but this is her best so far! Read morePublished on June 11 2004