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Pop Knitting: Bold Motifs Using Color & Stitch

Pop Knitting: Bold Motifs Using Color & Stitch
By Britt-Marie Christoffersson
Interweave Books

Reviewed by Caitlin Eaton, Editor of AllFreeKnitting


In her new book, Pop Knitting, Britt-Marie Christoffersson applies the saying "less is more" to her knitting with explosive results.  By using a variety of stitch manipulation techniques and bold colors, Christoffersson has created an eye-popping collection of fearless designs.  Take your knitting to the next level by incorporating one of the creative motifs in this book into your patterns. My favorite technique demonstrates knitting holes in fabric, along with a colorful border.  The technique is simple, but the results are astounding!  


If you're new to knitting, don't be discouraged.  Knitters of all skill levels will appreciate this book; beginners will be inspired and more advanced knitters will find their needles shaking with anticipation to experiment with Christofferson's methods.  Both stranded knitting (also known as stranded colorwork) and Intarsia knitting techniques are used to create knitted fabric with holes, pleats, double-fabrics, braids, cords and more.  There are so many ways to add a classic, geometric twist to your knitting that this book will truly change the way you think about your next project.      


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