12 designs from author Suzie Johnsons's heart and head with a focus on colour and 3D shapes. With no complicated patterns and using nothing more complicated than stocking stitch, reverse stocking stitch and garter stitch, this book is small enough to fit in your knitting bag or handbag.
A stylish collection of 30 easy-to-make sewing projects from Tanya Whelan each project has a step-by-step illustration and instructions to help you on your way, there is a selection different projects to try ranging from childrens to adults and homeware.
If you love to knit and want to find some great designs that help you to improve your skills, look no further! Sarah Hatton has created 22 fantastic projects where you can play to your hearts content with different stitches and a range of beautiful Rowan yarns to create a wardrobe of fantastic knits to accessorize with: scarves, stoles, shrugs, shawls and more.
Stunning colour combinations breathe new life into traditional colourwork patterns, along with some great cables, in this beautiful collection of designs from Martin Storey. With twenty four brilliantly colourful projects - jackets, sweaters, cardigans, a short coat, a waistcoat and a poncho, as well as two throws, a cushion and a range of accessories.
The fourth book in the Sarah Hatton Knits series sees 10 simple projects for precious little people and new arrivals. Using Sarah's favourite winter yarns, designs range from gorgeous cardigans to simple hats and bootees along with two blankets perfect for keeping you little one warm and toasty.
Now in his seventies, Fassett continues to produce new work and to travel worldwide to explore, teach and lecture. In this intimate lavishly illustrated autobiography, he shares rich, detailed stories, many never told before, about his lifelong creative journey and the people, places, and things that have impressed him along the way.
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.
Simply chic. This season less is most definitely more. White worn in clean classic lines provides understated cool, whilst black offers a graphic contrast. The key is to stay sharp yet sophisticated, get in the spirit!