Knitted Boot CuffsKnitted Boot Cuffs



Boot toppers are in fashion and provide a new lease of life for your boots. This book features stylish and practical designs for a wide range of eyecatching cuffs.

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ISBN: 1781261873

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Page: 47

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Boot toppers are in fashion and provide a new lease of life for your boots. This book features stylish and practical designs for a wide range of eyecatching cuffs.

Twenty to MakeTwenty to Make



Knitted Cakes 978-1-84448-361-7 Knitted Bears 978-1-84448-482-9 Knitted Aliens ... Chocolate Animals 978-1-84448-845-2 Knitted Boot Cuffs 978-1-84448-849-0 ...

Author: Val Pierce

Publisher: Search Press Limited

ISBN: 9781781260326

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Page: 48

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Crochet 20 little bears and dress them up in a wonderful range of colourful outfits that will delight both adults and children alike. All the bears in the book are based on the same, simple crocheted bear, approximately 12cm (4 in) tall, instructions for which are provided at the beginning of the book. The bears have a firm texture and are made in a stable, seated position. There are 20 unique bears to choose from, each with its own crocheted outfit, and of course all of the characters can be adapted by simply changing the colours used or by 'mixing and matching' the various items iof clothing and accessories. Build up a collection of your own handmade bears, or create gorgeous, personalised gifts for your friends and family to suit any occasion.

Head to Toe Winter KnitsHead to Toe Winter Knits



... Toe Winter Knits uses material from the following books by Monica Russel in the Twenty to Make series published by Search Press : Knitted Boot Cuffs ...

Author: Monica Russel

Publisher: SearchPress+ORM

ISBN: 9781781265451

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Page: 208

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No matter your skill level, stay warm and stylish in cold weather with this simple guide to creating 100 wonderful, winter accessories. This gorgeous book brings together 100 of the best winter knits from bestselling author and knitting designer, Monica Russel. Previously published in the 20 to Make series, these fabulous designs are quick and easy to make, and include scarves, wrist warmers, hats, boot cuffs, headbands and snoods. With designs for men, women and children in a range of colors and styles, there is something for everyone in this valuable knitting resource. “These 100 patterns for winter accessories will satisfy beginning and experienced knitters alike . . . . Knitters will find the variety of patterns inspiring, and most will not be able to resist making pig boot cuffs for their wellies. The range of style and skill level represented in these patterns . . . make this a solid choice.” —Booklist

Easy Knitted ScarvesEasy Knitted Scarves



Twenty beautiful scarf patterns for you to knit, accompanied by information on the wools and needles needed and inspirational photographs. Knit the perfect gift for a loved one – or simply give them the book to try themselves!

Author: Monica Russel

Publisher: Search Press Ltd

ISBN: 9781781261767

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Page: 48

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Twenty beautiful scarf patterns for you to knit, accompanied by information on the wools and needles needed and inspirational photographs. Knit the perfect gift for a loved one – or simply give them the book to try themselves!
Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.

Socks StockingsSocks Stockings



Henry VIII had a pair of boothose of black cloth and two pairs of ' socks of the same ... the majority of socks and stockings would have been hand knitted .

Author: Jeremy Farrell

Publisher: B T Batsford Limited

ISBN: IND:30000039972595

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Page: 95

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This book traces the evolution of fashionable legwear from the cloth hose of Tudor times, through the hand-knitted stockings of the Elizabethan period to the tights and legwarmers of today. Fashion trends are seen against a background of technological and social change. The text is illustrated by a range of photographs, with extended captions which show examples from many sources and all periods of history.

No Idle HandsNo Idle Hands



The Social History of American Knitting Anne L. MacDonald ... being covered by the boot,were knit indull colors (or leftover scraps), but colorful cuffswere ...

Author: Anne L. MacDonald

Publisher: Ballantine Books

ISBN: 9780307775443

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Page: 512

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“Fascinating . . . What is remarkable about this book is that a history of knitting can function so well as a survey of the changes in women’s rolse over time.”—The New York Times Book Review An historian and lifelong knitter, Anne Macdonald expertly guides readers on a revealing tour of the history of knitting in America. In No Idle Hands, Macdonald considers how the necessity—and the pleasure—of knitting has shaped women’s lives. Here is the Colonial woman for whom idleness was a sin, and her Victorian counterpart, who enjoyed the pleasure of knitting while visiting with friends; the war wife eager to provide her man with warmth and comfort, and the modern woman busy creating fashionable handknits for herself and her family. Macdonald examines each phase of American history and gives us a clear and compelling look at life, then and now. And through it all, we see how knitting has played an important part in the way society has viewed women—and how women have viewed themselves. Assembled from articles in magazines, knitting brochures, newspaper clippings and other primary sources, and featuring reproductions of advertisements, illustrations, and photographs from each period, No Idle Hands capture the texture of women’s domestic lives throughout history with great wit and insight. “Colorful and revealing . . . vivid . . . This book will intrigue needlewomen and students of domestic history alike.”—The Washington Post Book World

Dictionary of Newfoundland EnglishDictionary of Newfoundland English



T 50 / 2–64 They'd have black wool , too , to mix with 1966 SCAMMELL 91 Let's have a bite of lunch before [ the white ) to make grey , for cuffs and socks .

Author: George Morley Story

Publisher: University of Toronto Press

ISBN: 0802068197

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Page: 770

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First published in 1982 to international acclaim, the Dictionary of Newfoundland English introduced the world to an incredibly rich dialect with deep roots in Ireland and the English West Country.