Interweave Knits Presents Stranded Knitting Gifts to Give brings five quick knitted gift projects that are entertaining and simple to knit, and don't require multiple trips to the yarn store. Cozy up with your yarn stash and this new eBook, where you'll get:
Beverly Roberts’s “Color Mixing 101”: This article will help you understand basic color theory and choose the best colors for these simple stranded knitting patterns.
Mary Jane Mucklestone’s Border Socks: This is the ideal knitted sock pattern for the man with a fashionable flair in your life—classic, tasteful, and not too busy, they brighten every outfit. Play with color schemes and knit a pair for yourself as well!
Alexis Winslow’s Chivalry Mitts: These heart-patterned mitts are perfect for the young and young-at-heart. Plus, they can be personalized with the initials of the recipient!
Rebecca Harris’s Colorwork Hat and Mittens: This duo is a timeless set for anyone on your list. Pair neutral colors for a subtle effect, or bright contrasting tones for a hat and mittens that really pop!
The Fresco Fair Isle Mitts by Pam Allen: These mitts make the perfect gift for a group of friends or coworkers. Play with several pairs of knitted mitts in different colors to personalize them for each recipient.
Kendra Nitta’s Diamond and Cross Reticule: This is the sweetest little knitted bag for fellow crafters—or anyone else you know who loves a little tote for carrying odds and ends.
Knitted gifts are always in season! Whether knitting for a birthday, special event, or holiday season, this pattern collection of knitted colorwork gifts is sure to please.
Stranded Knitting Gifts To Give includes the following patterns: