The cover of The Knitted Fabric, a book by Dee Hardwicke
Page from The Knitted Fabric by Dee Hardwicke, showing the Homecoming Hat with a photo and text
Page from The Knitted Fabric by Dee Hardwicke with a colorful series of swatched patterns
Page from The Knitted Fabric by Dee Hardwicke with a photo of drawings of swatches and text related to swatching
Page from The Knitted Fabric by Dee Hardwicke with a hand drawing and a finished shawl in multiple colors
Page from The Knitted Fabric by Dee Hardwicke showing a pillow with a butterfly motif in brown and grey
Page from The Knitted Fabric by Dee Hardwicke showing a pillow in a range of colors
Page from The Knitted Fabric by Dee Hardwicke showing a pillow with hexagons and butterflies
Page from The Knitted Fabric by Dee Hardwicke showing a pillow and blanket with hexagons and butterflies in multiple colors
Page from The Knitted Fabric by Dee Hardwicke showing two pillows in multicolored patterns
Page from The Knitted Fabric by Dee Hardwicke showing a blanket and pillows in multiple colors of a colorwork motif
The Knitted Fabric by Dee Hardwicke
The Knitted Fabric by Dee Hardwicke
The Knitted Fabric by Dee Hardwicke

The Knitted Fabric by Dee Hardwicke

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Laine Publishing brings us this new book, The Knitted Fabric: Colourwork Projects for You and Your Home by Dee Hardwicke. Brimming with artistic inspiration, this book includes 20 nature-inspired patterns for gorgeous knitwear and joyful pieces for the home. Dee's love of color and the British landscape shine through each page of the book. Step into Dee Hardwicke's world and enjoy choosing your next colorwork projects from this beautiful collection of designs. 

  • 192 pages
  • 20 colorwork knitting patterns (9 cushions, 3 wraps, 3 quilts, 2 sweaters, 1 vest, 1 hat, 1 pair of gloves)
  • Hardback
  • Language: English
  • Weight: 1.6 lb
  • Dimensions: 7.5" x 9.6" x .8"
  • Printed in Latvia
  • Print only, no digital download code available. 

"These are projects to really slow down with and to have on-the-go. They are projects to absorb yourself in, enjoying the process as stitches and colours grow into beautiful knitted fabrics to wear or to celebrate the joy of home." - Dee Hardwicke

 


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