Are you tired of following patterns in shawl knitting and want to create your own? If your answer is yes, this book is for you!
Designing shawls is something every knitter can do. There’s no magic involved, no need to be a math genius and no secret ingredients. This book teaches you how to create your own patterns for rectangular, square, triangle, winged, circular, semi-circular, crescent, vortex, star shaped, polygons, S-shapes, annular, and Faroese knitted shawls by unveiling the principles of how to turn your ideas into written instructions for shawl patterns.
Shawl Design in Plain English: 2nd edition is out now
The first edition of Shawl Design in Plain English (published in 2012) has seen tremendous success and has finally matured into the second edition available now.
Three Volumes Full Of Information on Shawl Design
The second edition of Shawl Design in Plain English comes in three volumes:
Each volume contains
- Detailed instructions on various construction methods for each shawl shape
- Recipes for each shawl shape and construction method
- Example patterns for each shape
Volume Three: Fancy Shawl Shapes
Shawl shapes covered: polygons, rhomboids, rectangles with triangle ends, vortex shawls, swirl shawls and stars, s-shapes and shawls with slits.
The book consists of 81 pages and includes four example patterns for the shawl shapes covered.
- Gradient Vortex
- The S Curve
Volume one of the series on shawl design covers basic shawl shapes: triangles, rectangles (stoles) and square shawls.
View Table of Contents (Vol. 1)
Buy this book: Shawl Design in Plain English: Basic Shawl Shapes
Volume two of the series on shawl design covers advancedshawl shapes: circles, annular shawls Faroese shawls and many more.