Wearable Knitwits: 20 Fun Designs to Knit for Adults & Kids
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KnitWit author, Katie Boyette, turns her focus to wearables in her third knitting pattern book.
With the publication of Katie Boyette’s third book Wearable KnitWits, fans can now have their monsters and wear them, too. You’ll find patterns that are cute, stylish, or just downright silly, but they’re all designed to elicit a smile. Includes project s such as: the Accordion Hand Warmer, Baby Monster Socks, Cable Knit Yeti Scarf, Cyclops Monster Hat, and 16 more designs.
Author: Katie Boyette
Publisher: Sellers Publishing
Publishing Date: August 17, 2012
150 full-color photos
Easy to follow, step-by-step instructions and color photographs
20 projects, each marked with degree of ease or difficulty
After writing two books of toy patterns, Boyette is excited to take a totally new direction: wearables. And it all began with a pair of giant feet. A couple of years ago, she decided to knit a pair of slippers that looked like monster feet. They were an instant hit with her kids and adults and even better, everyone who saw them was reduced to fits of giggles: a perfect combination of silliness and functionality.
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