Closely Knit: Handmade Gifts For The Ones You Love

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North Light Books, Feb 20, 2008 - Crafts & Hobbies - 144 pages
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Knit the Perfect Gift for Every Occasion

Closely Knit is filled with thoughtful knitted gifts to fit all the people you love: special handknits for mothers, daughters, sisters, the men in your life, precious wee ones and treasured friends. From luxurious scarves and totally wearable sweaters to cozy socks and even a quick-to-knit heart pin, there really is something for everyone on your list in this book. And there's a great range of big and small projects, each rated with a handy time guide so you can choose what to knit based on how much time you have. If you're really pressed for time, look for the quick-fix options throughout the book that give you shortcuts for making handmade gifts in no time flat.

Inside, you'll find: Over 30 patterns for adults and children rated by how much time they'll take to knit Quick-fix options requiring minimal knitting Alternate ideas to help you personalize your knitted gifts Comprehensive glossary and reference section with all the information you need to knit every project in the book Don't all your loved ones deserve special handmade gifts? Pick up this book today and knit the perfect present.


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User Review  - Knitter from Maine - Borders

This book is exactly what I was looking for, there's something to make for eveyone. Hip and fun! My favorite are the baby gifts because all my friends are having babies and knit items are the best presents. Read full review

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User Review  - Bluebird49 - LibraryThing

I'm not as excited about it as I hoped. BUt my life is very busy with family (aged mom ) right now. Read full review


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About the author (2008)

Hannah Fettig knits, sews and designs knitwear. She works for Knitwit Yarn Shop in Portland, Maine where she holds open workshops for advanced knitters. Hannah also designs knitwear for The Fibre Company and one of her designs will be featured in an upcoming knitting book due this fall. Hannah enjoys working with interesting blends, and her knit pieces reflect a boutique sensibility. Before working at the yarn shop, Hannah owned and operated a photo studio for six years, where the bulk of her work was shooting weddings. Knitting gave her relief from the stress of weddings, and at the end of her 2005 season, she decided to "retire" from photography to focus on knitting.

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