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More Blankets and Throws: 100 Stylish New Squares to Knit (C&B Crafts) Paperback – 5 Jan 2009
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About the Author
Debbie Abrahams is renowned for her vibrant, contemporary hand-knit designs that have inspired knitters all over the world. She has a keen eye for colour and stitch detail, which has resulted in unique designs for knitters of all abilities. Previously a Design Consultant Manager for Rowan Yarns, Debbie now enjoys teaching and encouraging knitters to keep the craft of hand-knitting alive. Debbie's most popular titles include Blankets & Throws to Knit (9781855859661), 25 Cushions to Knit (9781843401576) and 25 Beaded Knits (9781843404248).
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There are 12 blankets and throws in the book, each created from squares using a number of techniques including intarsia, beading, cable and stitch patterns that can be mixed and matched if using the same yarn. As Abrahams is a Rowan designer the instructions for each blanket are using Rowan wools but tension is given for each making it easy to transfer to cheaper wool by creating a tension square and adjusting needle size.
At first the book can seem a bit confusing because the 'help' section is at the end but instructions for intarsia to change colour, needle and yarn conversions and abbreviations are all there
I finished my quilt!! The picture is now there at the top of the page :-)
Found the square adding one row of colour very useful as it saves breaking off and joining wool on endless rows. All in all a good book and a must have if you already own the first book "Blankets and Throws to knit".