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Lace Knitting to Go: 25 Lovely Laces to Use for Edgings, Embellishments, and More (Pattern Cards) Cards – 1 Nov 2008
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About the Author
A Toronto native, Andrea Tung is currently studying fashion design in London. She attended Ryerson University and majored in fashion design. She has worked at Holt Renfrew and Joseph Mimran and Associated (both fashion design firms). In 2005, she founded Fable Handknit (www.fablehandknit.com), a luxury yarn company. She writes a Blog called Making Things (andreatung.blogspot.com) to inspire knitters and crafters alike. She is also the author of "Hats, Mittens & Scarves" (Chronicle, F07, 8K).
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The design of the whole package is what I love the most.
If you are a beginner or experienced lace knitter, you can't go wrong with these delightful cards.
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*As a favor to beginners like myself, would the Master Knitters writing reviews include recommendations for other books they've reviewed that would help us along towards our goal of becoming proficient knitters?
That said, I'd like to mention Maggie Righetti's, "Knitting in Plain English". There are a few lace patterns in it and I'm actually knitting one (the most basic & simplest) which is turning out to be very cute! Using the tips and ideas provided in her book has saved a lot of my hair. ;)
I just bought this and took a look at it so I can't review how error-free the patterns or the diagrams are.
well on my 4.5 inch screen. I like the idea of having this reference
in an easy to carry format. As long as my phone is charged and I have a small
tote of yarn and needles with me, my hands will never be idle. I have several pattern
books that I use in this way. I plan to purchase a protective cover for me phone that
has a kickstand so that I can have the screen propped up for viewing while I hold
my knitting in my hands.