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🧣 Modern Knitted Scarves: 27 Unique Design Patterns for a Contemporary Look Review



Very good

Revainrating 4.5 out of 5  
🧶 Knitting Patterns, 🧶 Knitting & Crochet

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Revainrating 3 out of 5

Why such a small font?

There are some really interesting patterns in this book - some of them are definitely unusual. The colors used in the book are mostly earth tones and you need a more or less plain yarn to show the stitch details/construction. I know I'm not the only person tired of new yarns and boring garter/hosiery scarves. Great ideas for using unusual yarn. A circular scarf would look good with a solid color or multicolored body with circles in complementary colors. However, I was disappointed with the very

  • Amazing
  • Some Errors

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Process knitting

There are knitters who knit just for fun and a challenge, and others who are primarily interested in knitting as a finished product. This book is more for knitters of the first type. I hope that by making these shawls I can add new techniques for other types of knitting. There are several techniques new to me that are well described with large photos. Scarves are very structural, many of them are based on buildings. Next time I see an odd shaped building I'll have to think about using it in a…

  • Ideal for a small home
  • Questionable purchase for the elderly

Revainrating 5 out of 5

If you like Debbie New and Teva Durham.

You'll love Lynn Barr's imaginative, curious and creative approach to scarves. In many ways, this is an architectural approach, not a decorative one. If you're looking for intricate stitch patterns and color effects, look elsewhere. These scarves are knitted using the simplest stitches - garter stitch and rib. But Lynn Barr transforms them into three-dimensional forms that curve, wobble and bubble in unexpected patterns. I don't find all of them equally wonderful: some made me smile; others…

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  • Slightly torn