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A Yorkshire Fable: 30 Knitting Patterns Paperback – 1 Nov 2003
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Thirty tweed knitting patterns from the Yorkshire textile region of England, featuring renowned designers Kim Hargreaves and Louisa Harding. The book includes knitwear and accessories for men and women.
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on 12 February 2012
A Yorkshire Fable has been on my bookshelf for quite a few years. These classic yet timeless designs are a joy to knit. My copy looks a bit 'used' as at least four of the patterns have been knitted. Well worth a place on any serious knitter's bookshelf.
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on 31 January 2012 - Published on Amazon.com
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I purchased this book because it contains a pattern I've seen on line. The book has pattern after pattern that I want to try. Lots of cables and color - and all sweaters/jackets that a person would actually wear - not crazy stuff. This is an excellent knitting book.
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Nicely photographed, some nice sweaters
on 7 January 2004 - Published on Amazon.com
The book itself is nicely put together, with color and b&w photos of the sweaters. There is at least one sweater in here that will appeal to you, although most are designed for younger women. There are a few for men, none for children. Most are inventive, which is refreshing since Rowan's typical line has styled itself towards the simple with bulky wools, etc. These sweaters take more work, and they are made either with the new line of Yorkshire tweeds or with Rowan magpie. Color photos accompany the instructions. Lots of fun to browse and contemplate, though I haven't made anything from these patterns yet so cannot say if the patterns themselves are easy to use.
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