Lace One-Skein Wonders
Judith Durant has done it again! This all-new collection of 101 original lace knitting projects, each using just a single skein of yarn, will thrill knitters of all levels. From clothes and accessories to pillows, curtains, and tablecloths, these beautiful projects were contributed by designers and knitters around the world. Try your hand at an heirloom-quality lace shawl, a lacy pair of gloves, or a dainty child’s dress with a perfect lace insert – the possibilities are endless!
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- Available as an ebook
- Pages: 304
- Size: 8 x 8 1/2
- Color: Full-color; Photographs and illustrations throughout
- ISBN: 978-1-61212-058-4
- Order Number: 622058
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