review Ó eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Leigh RadfordDisappointedI was expecting Not a fan "OF FELTED ITEMS I WORK PRIMARILY "felted items I work primarily acrylic yarn for charity and only a couple of these items could be considered that purpose Cute patterns but mediocre instructions and not enough images to 20th Century Photography: Museum Ludwig Cologne really get a feel for what project is supposed to look like FunEasily understood instructions makes knitting funPerfect ideas for leftover and small uantities of yarnGreat for inspiration when overwhelmed Great idea for the book but I didn t find many proj. “Two needles and one or one skein of yarn the possibilities never cease to amaze me” writes Leigh Radford in the introduction to her new book Radford’s fascination with the creative potential of theseaw materials is evident throughout One More Skein where she melds the alternative approach to knitting and felting she intr. .
Ects I wanted to make It would have been nice if the book contained basic patterns I like a few of the patterns in this book as things to knit for uick presents and use up small amounts of yarn Most of the patterns suggest an ideal type of yarn but give exact amounts of yardage than most so you can actually determine if you have enough spare yarn Many of them also have several versions so you can gear your project to the amount of yarn you haveMost of "The Patterns Are Text "patterns are text are a few chart. Oduced in AlterKnits and AlterKnits Felt with the magic she worked with a single skein of yarn in the bestselling One Skein One More Skein features 30 diverse projects that can be completed with one or two "Average Sized Skeins Of Yarn Or Multiple bits "sized skeins of yarn or multiple bits leftover yarn Projects
*include an earflap *an earflap sized for the whole family. S for items that have detail in the designI had a few problems with the layout but I ead the eBook version of this book so that might be why I had a hard time figuring out what pictures went with what items and I couldn t find the titles of a few of the items so it was hard to tell where one pattern ended and another began Maybe in the print edition this would not be an issue I felt that the pictures were suited to the items and that there were enough to get an idea of what you would be making. ; fingerless mitts; sweaters britches and capelets for baby; jewelry embellished with jump ing “beads”; a felted pleated to dress up a vase; and a multicolored blanket worked from assorted stash yarn All of them are uick and elatively easy to make without sacrificing beauty or ingenuityJohn Mulligan Photographer.