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One Skein: 30 Quick Projects to Knit or Crochet

by Leigh Radford

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These knitted and crocheted fashion accessories and decorative accents for the home vary in their required levels of skill, but all can be completed quickly and require only one skein of yarn. The stitch patterns and clear instructions make it easy for even procrastinators and the less-than-diligent to create a ruffled cravat, a drawstring bag, a tank top, cozy scarves, arm and leg warmers, lace wristlets, fingerless gloves, a mohair pillow, and even a sweater for a baby. Several projects do not require any new yarn at all--instead projects such as the Felted Striped Tote or the Labyrinth Circle Rug are designed using up a skein's worth of leftovers from other projects. A guide to terms and techniques, a resource directory, and a bibliography are also included.… (more)
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Contains 30 small projects to knit and crochet. ( )
  Pferdina | Oct 28, 2012 |
There are some lovely projects in this book. I haven't made any of them yet, but I plan to try at least a couple of them. (I particularly like the look of the labyrinth rug, although it goes somewhat beyond the "one skein" concept). Definitely worth a look. ( )
  herebedragons | Aug 13, 2008 |
Worth owning to get rid of extraneous stash. ( )
  vmarquar | Apr 22, 2008 |
Like many books that purport to be about both Knitting and Crochet, this one focusses mostly on Knitting, and probably just added the Crochet in to sell a few books more. Dissappointing ( )
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These knitted and crocheted fashion accessories and decorative accents for the home vary in their required levels of skill, but all can be completed quickly and require only one skein of yarn. The stitch patterns and clear instructions make it easy for even procrastinators and the less-than-diligent to create a ruffled cravat, a drawstring bag, a tank top, cozy scarves, arm and leg warmers, lace wristlets, fingerless gloves, a mohair pillow, and even a sweater for a baby. Several projects do not require any new yarn at all--instead projects such as the Felted Striped Tote or the Labyrinth Circle Rug are designed using up a skein's worth of leftovers from other projects. A guide to terms and techniques, a resource directory, and a bibliography are also included.

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