Item description for Vogue Knitting on the Go: Chunky Scarves & Hats (Vogue Knitting on the Go!) by Trisha Malcolm, Clarissa Westmeyer, Rob Vos, Johan Kugelberg, Gabriel McKee, Preben Vang, Eric Kingson & Kevin Nowlan...
Knitters who want portable projects (and what knitter doesn't?) know that hats and scarves make perfect on-the-go garments. That's why they'll grab this marvelous designer collection, with 24 stylish examples made with the most fashionable chunky yarns. Aside from offering a wide array of amazing textures, hues, and fibers that feel and look great, chunkys make knitting faster, because the thicker the wool and the bigger the needle, the quicker the results. Get going on the Garter Striped Scarf, knitted with dynamic red and orange furry yarns. The dual-function hat and long, attached, braided scarf is simply fun. Or try a funky Bell Pattern Scarf, a delicate lacy scarf in mohair, a jaunty Highland Striped Beret and Scarf, and many other designs.
Promise Angels is dedicated to bringing you great books at great prices. Whether you read for entertainment, to learn, or for literacy - you will find what you want at promiseangels.com!
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 5.5" Height: 7" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2004
Publisher Sixth&Spring Books
ISBN 1931543518 ISBN13 9781931543514
Availability 0 units.
More About Trisha Malcolm, Clarissa Westmeyer, Rob Vos, Johan Kugelberg, Gabriel McKee, Preben Vang, Eric Kingson & Kevin Nowlan
Malcolm is editor in chief of Vogue Knitting.
Trisha Malcolm currently resides in New York City, in the state of New York. Trisha Malcolm was born in 1960.
Reviews - What do customers think about Vogue Knitting on the Go: Chunky Scarves & Hats (Vogue Knitting on the Go!)?
Bad investment Mar 22, 2006
I was attracted to the hat and scarf on the cover. When I opened the book, I was even more impressed with the fun look of the items. Boy, am I sorry I bought this book! I don't know if all the patterns are as bad as the one I tried because I haven't looked closely. You name it -- this pattern has everything wrong with it. It says decrease instead of increase and knit instead of purl. It leaves out instructions. It is overly complicated and ill-conceived. I can't figure out how this book went to press.
Not for the Beginner Jan 23, 2005
I got this book on the misguided notion that the chunky projects would be more beginner oriented. However, most projects require intermediate skill. There seems to be quite a lot of cabled hats and scarves here. The beginner level projects are things you can probably figure out on your own. There is one beginner level hat (on the cover) that looks interesting and I may make it soon. There are also these adorable baby hats (Ice Princess) with furry cuffs. I'd like to do something like that in adult sizes. The Water Lilies scarf is beautiful and is on my to-do list. The On the Fringe scarf may actually have some merit, but the color choices shown are soooo amazingly unfortunate, it's hard to get past the hideous-ness of it to see. All in all, I think the basics of a lot of these projects are in books you probably already own. But it's worth having if you can find a good sale price.