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A Year of Knitting Stitches
  • Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
  • Edition: BE Spiral bound
  • Publication: 06 December 2023
  • ISBN 13/EAN: 9780811771726
  • Stock: 32 in stock
  • Size: 115x135 mm
  • Illustrations: 370
  • Pages: 408
  • RRP: £19.99 incl. VAT
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A Year of Knitting Stitches

£19.99 incl. VAT

A stitch-a-day perpetual calendar by Tabetha Hedrick (Author)

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Book Description

365 New Knitting Stitches!

The perfect gift for yourself or a friend (or two) who loves to knit, this standing desk flip calendar showcases a new stitch pattern for every day of the year! Each date features a new pattern swatch with complete instructions so many exciting new stitches to try, from textures and cables to lace, mosaic stitches, and more. The handy size fits easily in a project bag, making it a favourite stitch dictionary for on-the-go knitting. You'll have inspiration at your fingertips whenever you need it. Use this perpetual calendar year after year!

About the Author

About Tabetha Hedrick

A knitwear designer and freelance writer, Tabetha Hedrick has had her designs published in numerous magazines and yarn company collections, including Vogue KnittingKnit SimpleCreative KnittingInterweave KnitsKnitsceneClassic Elite YarnsSweetGeorgia Yarns, and Knit Picks. She is the Design Director for the Sweet Georgia Yarns and lives with her family in Tennessee, USA. Visit her website www.tabethahedrick.com.



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