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The projects in this book are designed to inspire you to make wonderful and original things in very simple crochet for small children to wear, use and play with.

Jem Weston's first book includes 10 contemporary handknits projects to knit for you and your home or for friends and children. You'll find everything from cushions to a quirky draught excluder shaped like a fox.

Dee Hardwicke, a renowned ceramicist, brings her great eye for colour to her first range of 12 little knit designs inspired by nature.

Sarah Hatton and Martin Storey bring you a collection of 21 stylish knits for men and women. Sarah's 11 women's high-fashion knits include a sloppy joe, aran coat and twisted cable sweater. Martin's 11 stylish designs for men include a textured sweater, neat tailored jacket and herringbone cardigan.

Prepare to be captivated…still and enchanting; a haunting beauty appears amid the deep shadows, bringing true radiance and charm. Luxurious fabrics of creamy coloured mohairs, satins and silks contrast with dark brocades and beaded opulence to complete the vision.

Exploring Colour in Knitting is packed with all the guidance and advice you will need to start to combine colours in your knitting with confidence.

Come stitch alongside celebrated fabric designer Anna Maria Horner as she awaits and then welcomes her newest child. This stunning collection of nursery décor, keepsakes, maternity wear, baby clothing, and more is all breathtakingly photographed as Anna Maria progresses through her pregnancy.

Colour is the inspiration for this edition: two or more different coloured yarns cleverly combined to produce a multitude of patterns, each presented as a clear, easy-to-follow chart and a knitted stitch sample.

The book contains patterns for 21 designs for Autumn/Winter.

Inspired by the fashions of the 20th century, these twenty knit and crochet projects are split into three classic themes: Two Tone Chic, Folk Tales and Time for Tea. Lampshade covers and pillowcases evoke the drama of Art Deco shapes, floor cushions display the colour and simplicity of Russian Folk Art and doilies and sofa cushions reflect the 'Make Do and Mend' era.