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Handmade Underground Knitwear: 25 Fun Accessories for All Seasons Paperback – 17 Nov 2009
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Amazon.com: 5 reviews
Great for all levels
on 27 June 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
Tons of awesome patterns from basic to intricate. Cant beat the used price of $6 for as many patterns as you get. This book will keep me busy for a while.
Fun and Funky
on 8 March 2012 - Published on Amazon.com
There are quite a few fun/fresh patterns in this book. The is definitely for a younger crowd however, you won't find any classic pieces in here.
2 people found this helpful.
on 9 March 2010 - Published on Amazon.com
I just recieved the book five minutes ago and found the pattern for the ear flap hat so I do not know what the other review is talking about. I just started knitting about three weeks ago so I am a true beginner but I love this book. This book is full of fun ideas with interesting designs. I can not wait to get started on the projects.
3 people found this helpful.
Handmade Underground Knitwear 25 Fun Projects For All Seasons
on 4 November 2011 - Published on Amazon.com
Just got this book and I like it very much. The pattern I am working on is the Ellen Mitered Earwarmer which is downloadable on the net, but it's better to have the book. There are lots of great patterns. They are easy to read, both in text and chart form, with all the materials required listed and very nice photos in my opinion. I am not a great knitter, but I am following directions for this pattern and it is coming out just as pictured -- always gratifying for me. The Nordic Hat pictured on the back cover is in the book on page 130. The edging around front of the hat as pictured on the cover is one row of single crochet. There are no directions given in the pattern for doing this. It does look better finished with crochet than the blanket stitch. It is very easy to find plenty of written and video tutorials on the internet for learning crochet. Try going to "Crochet About.com"; there is also "Knitting About.com. All these ladies who put this book together have sites/blogs available on the internet, I believe. I would highly recommend this book, but it might not be best for a very beginner knitter.
4 people found this helpful.
can't tell by the cover
on 27 January 2010 - Published on Amazon.com
Directions aren't given for the beautifully finished Nordic Snowflake Earflap Hat shown on the back cover. Instead of a knitted edging, the directions are for (and to be fair, most of the other views of the hat show) an unfinished-looking edge with blanket stitch trim.