Demystifying Lace Knitting: the basics

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Have you been looking at all the lovely lace knitting patterns out there, but reluctantly passed them by as you're certain it's all too hard for you? If you can cast on, knit, purl, and bind off, you're ready for this course! Join us as we demystify the art of lace knitting: make holes in your knitting on purpose and learn how to properly finish your project so it shows your work beautifully! More

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Published by Apple Jack Creek Books
Words: 6,660
Language: English
ISBN: 9780987862648
About Lonna Cunningham

Lonna Cunningham is a fibre artist, writer, and small holder who lives in rural Alberta with her family, some chickens, dogs, cats, sheep, and a cow or two.
Her former career in Information Technology came to an abrupt end with the onset of Delayed Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in early 2011: you can read about her journey through trauma in her first book, Just Keep Knitting: a journey of healing through forgiveness, faith, and fibre. Lonna is also the author of The Rookie’s Field Guide to Supported Spinning, a how-to book for people who would like to be able to make pretty string with nothing more than a handful of fibre, a weighted stick, and a dish. Fibre artists will probably know Lonna as Frazzlehead, from Ravelry – and if you are a fibre artist who has not yet found ravelry.com, you need to check it out! There’s a wealth of information and a lot of interesting people hanging out there, Lonna included. Look her up – she’d love to hear from you.

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Review by: Ginny Ward on March 06, 2013 :
I have knitted for over 20 years and I read many books on lace knitting. This is the first book, that I have read, that not only very clearly gives you the basics, but also gives you the information in a very understandable way, from type of yarn to blocking the finished item. I feel confident in knitting the lace pattern provided in the book and the other lace patterns I have been saving. It is great to buy a book and feel like you have received more than you paid for it.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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