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746.432 I
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111 pages : illustrations (some colour) ; 28 cm
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"25 different animals"--Cover.
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Summary
Sweet and soft animal friends made with popular Japanese knitting techniques. This collection of 25 cuddly toy animals includes everything from favourite pets to zoo animals. Made with soft materials and adorable expressions, these sweet companions make the perfect gift for newborns, grandchildren and animal lovers alike. While some fit in the palm of your hand, the largest is the huggable size of 16 inches (40 cm). The knitted animal projects in this book include: Beatrix the Rabbit William the Penguin Mimi the Japanese Dormouse Winston the Sloth Frannie the Doe Harry the Hedgehog And many more! Each animal is knitted in parts and then felted and sewn together. Detailed instructions and photos guide you through the key steps of construction, while a set of steps for executing specific stitches simplifies the process. Clear explanations of the knitting charts and symbols help you learn the basics of Japanese-style knitting. Projects should be knit with natural fibres that can be felted to achieve that perfectly cosy feel.
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Translated from the Japanese.
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Itoh, Makiko.
ISBN/ISSN
9780804854023 (pbk.)
0804854025 (pbk.)
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746.432 S
Descript.
160 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 30 cm
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Translation of: Kuchūru nitto moyōami 250
Contents
Openwork patterns -- Overall patterns -- Pattern arrangements -- Patterns with crossing stitches -- Panel patterns -- Edgings -- Knitting symbols.
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In English, translated from the Japanese.
Translation of: Kuchūru nitto moyōami 250.
"The long-awaited knitting classic"--Cover.
Summary
"Hitomi Shida's previous work, the Japanese Knitting Stitch Bible was released by Tuttle in October 2017 and has already been purchased (and tested) by thousands of avid knitters who are thrilled to discover a treasure trove of elegant and intricate new patterns. 250 Japanese Knitting Stitches was Hitomi Shida's first effort and, like its successor, is filled with her highly original and beautiful designs and variations on knitting classics. Translated and introduced by veteran knitting instructor Gayle Roehm, the best-known teacher of Japanese knitting in America. Roehm guides knitters through the particulars of the patterns and explains how to execute the stitches. Shida's finished projects are a wonder to behold and accomplished knitters will brave even the most daunting of stitch patterns to create them. Filled with 250 distinctive and inventive patterns--with a stitch diagram and photo for each pattern--this highly anticipated book is destined to be on every knitter's bookshelf"--From Amazon.
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Roehm, Gayle, translator.
Title
Two hundred fifty Japanese knitting stitches
Two hundred and fifty Japanese knitting stitches
ISBN/ISSN
9784805314838 (pbk.)
4805314834 (pbk.)
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1 online resource
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Toys, people! Who doesn't love toys? They make you smile, give you something to squeeze and hug, and can even sit on the couch and watch TV with you. But could the toy be a couch, or an old-fashioned television? Is that too weird? Not if the toy is mochimochi, the super-cute and strange knitted toys author Anna Hrachovec created after fallingi n love with the bizarre character designs that are popular in Japan. A mochimochi can be anything, from fearsome baby gators to pigs with beehive hairdos, from the toe-nibbling monster slippers to an assortment of itty-bitty hamsters, micro mountains, and human beans complete with comb-overs!And what knitter doesn't need a diversion from the usual socks, hats, and scarves? Many of these toys take less than an hour to make. Don't worry, even a beginner can learn to knit mochimochi. If your toy comes out a little lumpy, it'll only add to its personality!Whether it's a bite-free bed bug, a smiling smokestack, or a grouchy couch--these 20 toys are quirkier than teddy bears but every bit as adorable.From the Trade Paperback edition.
Reproduction
Electronic reproduction. New York : Potter Craft, 2010. Requires OverDrive Read (file size: N/A KB) or Adobe Digital Editions (file size: 28319 KB) or Kobo app or compatible Kobo device (file size: N/A KB) or Amazon Kindle (file size: N/A KB).
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ISBN/ISSN
9780307587053 (electronic bk)
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