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Japanese knitting : patterns for sweaters, scarves and more / by michiyo ; translated by Gayle Roehm.

By: Michiyo.
Contributor(s): Roehm, Gayle [translator.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Tokyo, Japan : Tuttle Publishing, 2018Description: 112 pages : illustrations (some colour) ; 30 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9784805313824; 480531382X.Uniform titles: Ande tanoshii, mainichi kitai no fudangi. English Subject(s): Knitting -- Japan | Knitting -- PatternsDDC classification: 746.43/2 Summary: "Create your own versatile wardrobe essentials with these chic new Japanese knitting patterns for apparel and accessories from cult favorite author michiyo. A whole new world of fashionable Tokyo-style knitwear designs opens to experienced needle crafters in Japanese Knitting: Patterns for Sweaters, Scarves and More. This is the first Japanese needlework book to be translated into English. The work of renowned Japanese knitting designer michiyo is often showcased on knitting and crochet websites across the globe. Her minimalist aesthetic and textural elements make her knitwear styles polished and flattering, whether worn layered or as stand-alone pieces. With this Japanese knitting pattern book, experienced knitters and needleworkers can create a diverse collection of effortless-looking pieces ranging from a pair of soft slippers to a structured jacket. An introduction by needlework instructor Gayle Roehm explains the Japanese techniques to readers who are trying them for the first time"-- Provided by publisher.
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Create versatile wardrobe essentials with these chic new Japanese knitting patterns for apparel and accessories from cult favorite author michiyo.

A whole new world of fashionable Tokyo-style knitwear designs opens to experienced needle crafters in Japanese Knitting: Patterns for Sweaters, Scarves and More. It is the first Japanese needlework book to be translated into English. Knitting and crochet websites across the globe often feature the work of renowned Japanese designer michiyo. Her minimalist aesthetic and textural elements make her knitwear styles polished and flattering, whether worn layered or as stand-alone pieces. With this Japanese knitting pattern book, experienced knitters and needleworkers can create a diverse collection of effortless-looking items ranging from a pair of soft slippers to a structured jacket.

An introduction by needlework instructor Gayle Roehm explains the Japanese techniques to readers who are trying them for the first time.

Inside, find patterns and instructions for 15 knitting and 8 crochet projects, including: A Nordic-style sweater A classic raglan cardigan A delicately crocheted cowl A diagonally striped tunic A "sleeve" scarf And much more Your wardrobe will benefit from the chic and comfortable touch of michiyo's knitwear designs in this newly-translated Japanese stitch dictionary and pattern book.

Translation of: Ande tanoshii, mainichi kitai no fudangi.

"Knits and crochets for experienced needle crafters"--Cover.

"Includes 23 patterns"--Cover.

"Create your own versatile wardrobe essentials with these chic new Japanese knitting patterns for apparel and accessories from cult favorite author michiyo. A whole new world of fashionable Tokyo-style knitwear designs opens to experienced needle crafters in Japanese Knitting: Patterns for Sweaters, Scarves and More. This is the first Japanese needlework book to be translated into English. The work of renowned Japanese knitting designer michiyo is often showcased on knitting and crochet websites across the globe. Her minimalist aesthetic and textural elements make her knitwear styles polished and flattering, whether worn layered or as stand-alone pieces. With this Japanese knitting pattern book, experienced knitters and needleworkers can create a diverse collection of effortless-looking pieces ranging from a pair of soft slippers to a structured jacket. An introduction by needlework instructor Gayle Roehm explains the Japanese techniques to readers who are trying them for the first time"-- Provided by publisher.

In English, translated from the Japanese.