Knit One, Bead Too
Add sparkle to your knitting! Using five easy-to-learn techniques, you can add beads to any knitting pattern, turning simple bags and wearables into stunning special-occasion creations. And it’s all done right on your knitting needles! Judith Durant offers step-by-step instructions for mastering the techniques, as well as sixteen original patterns featuring gorgeous beadwork. The possibilities for beaded knitting are endless!
“An inspiring, in-depth, and accessible guide to knitting with beads. With excellent instructions, Judith not only answers the questions about these tantalizing techniques, she also presents a world of possibilities for knitters of all levels. In this knitter’s opinion, Knit One Bead Too is destined to become a definitive and very welcome addition to the world of knitting.”
--Cheryl Oberle, author of Knitted Jackets, Folk Vests, and Folk Shawls
“Spectacular, highly appealing projects — gloves, pillow, shawl, sweaters, and more — using nearly forgotten bead knitting techniques . . . a fresh twist on the craft, with subtle, understated colors and designs.”
--Diane Fitzgerald, internationally known bead artist and author of several books, including Shaped Beadwork
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- Hardcover with concealed wire-o
- Pages: 160
- Size: 7 x 9
- Color: Full-color; Photographs and illustrations throughout
- ISBN: 978-1-60342-149-2
- Order Number: 62149
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