Here’s what you’ll find inside the book:
Successful Lace Knitting celebrates the work of innovative knitter, Dorothy Reade. If you do not recognize her name, you will recognize her contributions to knitting. She developed the lace chart symbols that are widely used today. This book contains charts for 25 of Dorothy’s original lace motifs, and 20 patterns by contemporary designers who were inspired by Dorothy Reade’s work.
This book presents not only a beautiful collection of patterns but also a fascinating biography of Dorothy Reade, arguably the mother of modern lace knitting. It’s a must-have for any knitter who appreciates lace! Discover techniques and patterns developed by Reade in the 1960s as you create gorgeous projects featuring completely modern designs.
* Offers more than 25 exquisite patterns for everything from scarves and stoles to sweaters and socks to items for home decor
* Features a wide range of styles from top designers such as Annie Modesitt, Jackie Erickson-Schweitzer, and Evelyn Clark
* Presents the “now I get it” approach to using charts and knitting lace
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Page 35 Project: Handspun Medallion Stole
Pages 77 and 78 Project: Trellis and Flower Stole
Page 89 Project: Lace and Colorwork Wimple