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With the right knitting pattern, we can produce a flexible formwork for any and all kinds of shell structures, pockets and channels just by pressing a button.
"A knitting pattern which is available on the church Facebook page and wool has been made available and already enthusiastically snapped by so many people.
Another deftly crafted and truly riveting read from beginning to end, "Only Skein Deep" is the latest addition to author Maggie Sefton's 'Knitting Mystery' series and even includes a recipe and a knitting pattern! Certain to be an immediate and enduringly popular addition to community library Mystery/Suspense collections, it should be noted for the personal reading lists of dedicated fans of knitting and mysteries that "Only Skein Deep" is also available in a paperback edition (9780425282533, $7.99), in a digital book format (Kindle, $12.99), and as a complete and unabridged audio book (Dreamscape Media, 9781520077680, $29.95, CD).
"I've designed garments for myself in the past but had never written a formal knitting pattern with multiple sizes before.
If you're new to knitting cables, this is the perfect beginner knitting pattern. After working through this cable knitting pattern a couple of times, you'll be a cable knitter without fear.
Only Skein Deep adds another knitting-based mystery to Maggie Sefton's series and includes a recipe and a knitting pattern along with an intriguing story of fiber arts crafters, a forthcoming baby, and a young wife who is a social climber.
Eunice said she has already had several people ask whether the Weeping Window is to be repeated next year and others asking for the knitting pattern and saying they will be getting their needles out in 12 months time.
The text is enhanced with illustrations and maps (always an attraction in children's books), letters, secret messages in code and even a knitting pattern!
GREEN SCENE Lynne Allbutt "When the hospital had enough, I had to find my knitters another project and by chance a customer brought in a knitting pattern for a hen's jumper that she had seen on the Little Hen Rescue website.
This labor-intensive method portrays art history as a collective craft handed down from one generation of artists to the next, like a knitting pattern or a recipe for local fare, refreshed for new situations.
Speaking of that phenomenon, this seems like a good place to plug a zine we haven't yet reviewed in FC, which I picked up at the 2004 Madison Zine Fest: Slave to the Needles is published right here in Madison by Aimee Hagerty, one of whose fantasies is to "join a feminist marching band." Aimee even offers a knitting pattern for "a birth control pill case cozy." The address for Slave is P.O.