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Scarf Style [Paperback]

Pam Allen
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Sept. 1 2004 Style series
This collection of 31 elegant and ingenious scarf designs tap the expertise of more than 25 knitwear designers who offer new ways to think about this most basic of garments. Designs by Kathryn Alexander, Debbie Bliss, Nancy Bush, Lily Chin, Nicky Epstein, Sasha Kagan, Sally Melville, and Kristin Nicholas are included, representing a varied exploration of techniques that provide innovative ways to think about knitting and crochet. Sections on knitting and crochet basics, making a scarf without a pattern, and a designer's notebook with templates for basic scarves and suggestions for design variations are provided.

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More than 30 knitwear designers have contributed their innovative patterns to this impressive collection, which features gorgeous, full-color photographs of various scarves, capes, capelets and stoles. Because of their quick construction, editor Allen (co-author of Knitting for Dummies) calls scarves the "comfort food of knitting," likening them to, of all things, pasta. "Like pasta, scarves can be created with little effort and few basic materials," she writes. While this is true, the patterns found here are largely for intermediate and advanced knitters, though all knitters will appreciate the beauty and complexity of these designs. Kathleen Power Johnson’s Lady Eleanor Entrelac Stole is an elegant creation of hand-dyed tweed yarns woven together in a vaguely medieval style, making it a cozy addition to any woman’s wardrobe. And designers Debbie Bliss, Norah Gaughan and Lily Chin offer ideas for children, women and men that utilize color-work, beading, crochet and other innovative techniques. From Lisa Daniels’s cabled Vintage Velvet stunner to Teva Durham’s whimsical Blue Collar capelet to Amanda Blair Brown’s chic, spiral scarf (aptly called Ruffles), this book has plenty of patterns to inspire creativity, as well a Design Notebook section for those who want to craft their own unique scarves.
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"Absolutely not what you'd expect for a book about scarves.... Very few rectangles, but a lot of delightful surprises." --

“All of the design are beautifully photographed showing stitch detail and the colors sing!” -- INKnitters magazine

“Gorgeous knit and crochet patterns…A must-have for experienced knitters who love scares.” -- Seattle Post-Intelligencer

“Saying ‘incredible’ in ten different languages would be a good way to begin this review . . . definitely a must-have book.” -- Knit ‘N Style

“Simply the single most elegant fiber arts book I’ve seen to date.” -- Crochet Me

“Some of the most innovative and interesting scares you can imagine.” --

“The best of the latest crop…This is knitting as adventure.” -- The News & Observer

“The designs are wonderful and creative. There are interesting and helpful notes given with each pattern.” -- Knitting News

“This is one of the nicest books of scarves I’ve seen in ages…truly imaginative.” -- Textile Fibre Forum magazine

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Nice Scarfs! Dec 10 2005
I borrowed this book from the library, after I started to knit with it, I finally bought one. The scarfs are beautiful and innovative.
Some of them are good for intermediate knitters.
THere are some errors in the book, but you can download the errors from [...]
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Delightful scope of knitting skills! Jan. 31 2007
Being an advanced knitter, I perused this book with passing interest. Scarves, really. In fact, this book offers a full range of knitting techniques in manageable projects: lace, fairisle, entrelac, short rows, colorwork and more. The scarves are as robust or as delicate as the choice of yarns. Further, investing in two or three balls of cashmere and learning a new technique creates a beautiful aesthetic piece with a sense of economy. Each technique demonstrated as a scarf can easily be applied to a larger project. I'd recommend this book for all skill levels.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great knitting book! Dec 10 2005
If you want to spend some time to work on neat scarfs,it's time to buy this book and start!
THe scarfs in this book are all very nice.
However, there are some errors in the instruction, but you can go to for corrections.
The book is for intermediate to advance knitters.
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