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5 Crochet and Knitting eBooks

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5 Crochet and Knitting eBooks
5 Crochet and Knitting eBooks

Bobbi Brown Beauty from the Inside Out: Makeup * Wellness * Confidence by Bobbi Brown
Rachel Denbow, "DIY Woven Art: Inspiration and Instruction for Handmade Wall Hangings, Rugs, Pillows and More!"
Customize Your Knitting: Adjust to fit; embellish to taste by Margaret Hubert
Kumiko Nakayama-Geraerts, "The Art of Boutis: 20 French Quilting Projects"
Melissa Leapman, "Melissa Leapman's Indispensable Stitch Collection for Crocheters: 200 Stitch Patterns in Words and Symbols"



Bobbi Brown Beauty from the Inside Out: Makeup * Wellness * Confidence by Bobbi Brown
Bestselling author and world-famous makeup artist Bobbi Brown reveals her secrets to radiant beauty in this gorgeous lifestyle guide. Featuring the best beauty food recipes, fitness tailoring, recommendations on nutrients, and restorative yoga and mindfulness, Bobbi lays the foundation for beauty from within. Building on her lifelong philosophies, she provides essential skincare routines, cool makeup techniques, the latest cutting-edge beauty treatments, and stunning makeovers to complement that inner glow. Full of inspiring photographs and illuminating contributions from experts in a range of wellness fields, Beauty from the Inside Out is the go-to manual for beautiful confidence for life.

Rachel Denbow, "DIY Woven Art: Inspiration and Instruction for Handmade Wall Hangings, Rugs, Pillows and More!"
An alt twist on traditional wall hangings!
Get crafty with DIY Woven Art! These 14 fabulous fiber art projects—from colorful pillows and rugs to dramatic wall hangings—will add a pop to any room in your house. No loom? No worries. Rachel Denbow shows you how to fabricate 3 simple, portable looms.
DIY Woven Art also includes tips on customizing your designs and choosing the right fibers and embellishments for each project—basically, everything you need to know to create these gorgeous projects from start to finish. Happy weaving!

Customize Your Knitting: Adjust to fit; embellish to taste by Margaret Hubert
Personalize any knitting pattern for a perfect fit and style all your own, with expert help from Margaret Hubert!
Designers have to create knitting patterns in standard sizes, but very few people actually match up to those "average" measurements. Body shapes vary, weight fluctuates, and good fit means different things to different people; so what is a knitter to do?
Customize Your Knitting teaches you how to adjust standard patterns to fit your unique measurements. Through techniques that Margaret Hubert has used for years to teach classes on custom fitting, you can learn to adjust patterns for a perfect fit for yourself or someone else. Yarn shop instructors can use the book to teach classes for their customers. However, fit is just one part of customizing a garment. Maybe you'd like that neckline a little higher, or you'd like a little flare to the sleeves. How about adding subtle shaping to the waist on a boxy but otherwise perfect sweater pattern? How about adding a polo-style button placket to that plain crew-neck sweater? Or add a sporty buttoned pocket to a sleeve for carrying your iPhone. It's easy to add your personal style with Margaret's tips. Diagrams and illustrations throughout the book will help you understand body shapes and easily compare measurements. Garment construction, specific increases, decreases, and other shaping methods, as well as finishing techniques and embellishments are all explained and photographed clearly. Make every project perfectly tailored to you!

Kumiko Nakayama-Geraerts, "The Art of Boutis: 20 French Quilting Projects"
If you can sew, you can do boutis, a classic style of embroidery practiced in southern France since the seventeenth century. In this book, you'll find 20 projects featuring classic boutis designs for handbags and cases, pillows, baby clothes, placemats, photo album covers, and more. Also included are a basic boutis lesson, with step-by-step instructions for every part of the process, and full-size patterns for every project. Create sophisticated, traditional handmade gifts perfect for baby showers, weddings, housewarmings, and anniversaries–or treat yourself to a beautiful new accessory or bag.

Melissa Leapman, "Melissa Leapman's Indispensable Stitch Collection for Crocheters: 200 Stitch Patterns in Words and Symbols"
Anyone who loves to crochet needs to have this book on their bookshelf!Crochet diva Melissa Leapman divulges 200 of her favorite crochet stitch patterns in this book—enough designs to keep you busy stitching for years! Many of the patterns included are original designs, and others are garnered from Leapman's years of experience in the industry. The book is geared toward crocheters of all skill levels and is formatted in a way that encourages readers to learn and grow as they sample from the patterns.The beginning of Melissa Leapman Stitch Collection fearures a pattern library with a full explanation of stitch multiples and how they work. Suggestions are offered about how to design basic projects, including afghans, pillows, hats, and more. The book's second section offers stitch patterns arranged by type—from lace to cables to colorwork and beyond. Each stitch pattern is accompanied by easy-to-read instructions, stitch diagrams using international symbols, and a clear photo. If the reverse side of the fabric is interesting for a given pattern, both sides will be presented. A unique icon is used to mark these special patterns, making them easy to seek out for versatile scarves and blankets, which must look attractive on both sides.Readers will want to make hats, scarves, shawls, and more for themselves and friends. The patterns just beg to be stitched.No one can deny it—this book is off the hook.



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