Hereas a fresh take on the crafts of rugmaking and knittingathe very first book of its kind. These 21 stylish rug projects are so eye-catching that itas hard to believe that even novice knitters can create them. But they can, thanks to a thorough section on knitting basics, sumptuously illustrated with more than 60 how-to photographs; advice on embellishments, including embroidery, fringes, and tassels; and instruction on finishing touches, such as weaving ends, sewing seams, blocking, backing, and lining. Put this knowledge to work on a multicolored Big Needle Garter Stitch Rug, Knit and Purl Oval Rug, Thunderbird Wall Tapestry, and others. Every rug is beautifully photographed in a home setting, and includes patterns and ideas for modifying the design. The author lives in Longmont, CO.From Victorian times through the 20th century, knittinga and knitted rugsa developed as a folk craft with traditional ... By the 1960s and 70s, the world of handcrafts had changeda instructions for traditional knitted rag rugs were hard to find, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Knitted Rug|
|Publisher||:||Lark Books - 2004|