A Coloring Book for Knitters (英語) ペーパーバック – 2015/12/8
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Finally, a coloring book for knitters!
Coloring and knitting are a natural fit. These 30 drawings capture all the gorgeous patterns, textures, and humor of the knitting world.
Coloring knitting patterns can soothe jangled nerves, and it can also inspire your knitting. You can experiment with color combinations for Fair Isle, stripes or log cabin--without all that pesky swatching. Coloring gives you the freedom to play with all the colors, without worrying if they will go with your wardrobe.
Juliana Horner brings her background in fashion design and textiles to these intricate drawings, as well as her sense of humor. There is much fun to discover amid all the details.
Knitters are posting their finished drawings on Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, and Twitter with the hashtag #MDKcoloring.
Kay Gardiner learned to knit as a child, but put aside her needles for twenty years to obtain a law degree from Columbia, become an assistant United States attorney in Manhattan, and start a family. Luckily for us, she returned to knitting with a vengeance. After stints in the New York publishing world, Ann Shayne returned to her hometown of Nashville to edit "BookPage. She has since chosen to devote her time to her family--and knitting.Two years ago, Kay and Ann met on an online knitting-message board, and their correspondence has grown into a "close-knit" community of more than ten thousand who regularly log on to masondixonknitting.com.
This book is a piece of that heaven.