Knitting Rugs

39 Traditional, Contemporary, Innovative Designs

£14.95

Book Description

A collection of 39 original, creative designs for knitted rugs.

  • Includes a variety of styles and techniques, including modular rugs, rugs made from I-cord, rugs that emphasize color and texture, and rugs made from repurposed materials
  • Patterns are easy and quick to knit as well as interesting, incorporating crossover fiber techniques such as crocheting, appliqué, weaving, and more

  • About Heidbreder, Nola A.

    Nola Heidbreder has been teaching fiber art and handwork for eighteen years from her studio in St. Louis, Missouri, and across the country. She has written articles and projects for Mary Englebreit's Home Companion and Rug Hooking magazine, as well as several books (including Finishing Hooked Rugs (978-1-8819-8299-9) and Knitting Rugs (978-0-8117-1251-4), and has appeared on local and national television news programs. Linda Pietz learned to knit at the age of four and has spent more than forty years passing on her love of knitting and other crafts through classes and workshops. She designs patterns for Bucilla, Dimensions, Cat's Cradle, and other companies, and has been featured in several books, including Gourds + Fiber (978-1-60059-470-0). Linda co-authored Knitting Rugs (978-0-8117-1251-4) and has written articles for Rug Hooking magazine and other national magazines. She lives in northern California.

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