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Pretty, delicate and romantic in this book you will find 20 gorgeous lace knitting designs by Monika Eckert and Stephanie van der Linden. While away magical hours knitting with delicate yarn and bright colors to create shawls and scarves to take with you wherever you go. There is a range of styles to suit everyone and every occasion - from festive and nostalgic to elegant and modern.
With 20 gorgeous designs for shawls, wraps and scarves, this is an essential book for any lace knitter. Lace knitting experts Monika and Stephanie take you through the essential techniques of increasing, decreasing, casting off, checking tension and adding beads, along with step by step photographs and helpful hints and tips for selecting yarns and troubleshooting.
Monika Eckert, born in 1961, lives with her husband, son, and two cats in Bad Nauheim, Germany. She has been crafting and a keen knitter since childhood. She loves working patterns into her knitting designs. She prefers knitting shawls, but also enjoys making socks, accessories, and jackets and jumpers whenever she has the time. This book is the follow-on to Lace Knitting for Beginners”, her second book with the German publisher, frechverlag. She also has an online shop and blog, monika-eckert.de.
Stephanie van der Linden was taught to knit by her grandmother before she had even learned to read and write. She is particularly fascinated by the mathematical patterns behind stitches and therefore enjoys refining her stitch techniques and instructions. After the birth of her daughter she began to design patterns for babies and infants using eco-friendly yarn. Since then she has been hooked on small projects and has published numerous sock patterns. You can find her website at maschenmarkt.de.