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Knit Yourself In: Inventive Patterns To Tell Your Story in the Danish "Hen…

by Cecilie Kaurin, Linn Bryhn Jacobsen

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Indeholder "Forord", "Kreativ strik", " Om at lave mønstre selv", " Find mønstre på nettet", " Nye måder at bruge gamle mønstre på", " Hjælp til valg af garn og farver", " Ingen har en magen til", " Opskrifterne i bogen er til inspiration", " Om størrelserne, der er angivet i opskrifterne", "Om hønsestrik og opskrifter", " Strik rundt, og klip op", " Hvilken opskrift skal jeg bruge?", " Mønsteret går jo ikke op!", " Hjælp, jeg har strikket forkert!", "I begyndelsen var Helene", "Det fortsatte med Karpe Diem", "Dyrene i Afrika", "Jeg ved en dejlig have", "Glade farver til fødderne", "Makrellen er kommet!", "Lille sømand", "Ship ohøj", "Hest er bedst - ingen protest", "Islenski hesturinn", "Klar til jagt", "Jeg vil ha' en lille hund", "Sweater fra Nordnorge", "Varme hænder", "Høj himmel og klare farver", "Giv mig en pude af mos", "Mæh-mæh, lille lam", "Eventyr og sjov", "Kaffeslabberas", "Restehue", "Der er hønsestrik og hønsestrik", "Hønsebøjle til hønsestrik", "En personlig sweater", " - hvordan får du navnet midt foran?", "Tips og tricks", " Om halsudskæringer", " Om at sy skuldrene sammen med maskesting", " Om at klippe op til ærmegab", " Om at tage ind midt i et mønster", "Masker og omgange", " Strikkefastheden betyder meget for størrelsen på det færdige arbejde!", " Strik strikkeprøven i mønster på strømpepinde", " Bind de lange tråde på vrangsiden", " Sådan måles strikkefastheden og borternes højde", " SKAL jeg lave en strikkeprøve?", " Tips til brug af strikkeprøver", " Hvorfor efterbehandle det færdige arbejde?", "Tak til".
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"The history of "hen knitting" began 40 years ago with Kirsten Hofsttter's Hen Press and one simple idea: Why spend all your time knitting other people's patterns when you could make your own? Using whatever colorful odds and ends of yarn are at hand and a series of personalized pattern bands, it's easy for all knitters to express themselves with their needles. Get started with one of 20 unique projects with step-by-step instructions and dozens of sample motifs, to give yourself a feel for the fundamentals -- or take the basic sweater pattern, a pillow, a pair of mittens, or a comfy hat, and mix and match the motifs you like best to create something entirely your own. Make a statement, send a message, put aside lock-step patterns, and set yourself free!"--provided by Amazon.com.… (more)

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