America Knits

America Knits

Book - 2005
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“Not only are the stories a great read, but the photos are so full of color and texture they’ll make your fingers itch to start your own scarf or afghan.”—Glamour

“With a passion for textiles and a love of travel, Melanie Falick is the perfect writer for [America Knits].”—Vogue Knitting

Acclaimed knitting author Melanie Falick traveled thousands of miles and interviewed dozens of knitters, spinners, dyers, and sheep breeders to create this inspiring and revealing collection of portraits and patterns. With profiles of 38 artisans and farmers,175 beautiful color photographs, and 30 original patterns whose difficulty ranges from basic to advanced, from traditional to contemporary, America Knits is the most complete survey yet published on this highly popular and vital art form in America.

First published in hardcover as Knitting in America (Artisan, 1996)

Baker & Taylor
Highlighted by profiles of a number of artisans and farmers, this beautifully illustrated handbook presents thirty original knitting patterns, ranging in difficulty from basic to advanced and in style from traditional to contemporary. Originally published as Knitting in America. Reprint.

Publisher: New York : Artisan, 2005
Edition: First paperback edition
ISBN: 9781579652876
Branch Call Number: 746.432 FALIC
Characteristics: 221 pages : color illustrations, charts ; 30 cm
Additional Contributors: Falick, Melanie Knitting in America
Notes: Revised edition of: Knitting in America. c1996


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