Vintage Design Workshop

Vintage Design Workshop

Vintage Design WorkshopVintage Design Workshop: Knitting Techniques for Modern Style
By Geraldine Warner
Gifted by Interweave Press
Reviewed by Melissa Conner, Editor of


Grab your needles and take a little trip back to the good old a time when high collars and poofy sleeves were all the rage...when buttons and patterns turned any sweater from drab to fab and when colorful cozy sweaters were great for both teenagers and adults alike. 

Divided into two sections, Vintage Design Workshop teaches readers how to update any vintage pattern to accommodate modern sizes.  With helpful suggestions on how to shoose substitutes for yarns that are out of production and how to read vintage knit patterns, this book is a fanastic lesson in learning the well-loved patterns of yesteryear.

While the first section covers the helpful tips and suggestions, the second section deomonstrates how to adapt modern patterns to create unique vintage designs.  Learn how to create a vintage silhouette, find helpful tips on how to mix and match sleeves, necklines, or collars to the pattern of your choice, and get access to awesome vintage charts that give you what you need to create adorable Fair Isle designs, cute cherries, and other 50's-inspired motifs that are great for sweaters, towels, blankets, and more.

With beautiful full-color photography and plenty of helpful tips and suggestions to help you along the way, Vintage Design Workshop is a great collection of styles and techniques for the modern knitter.  These may be your grandma's patterns, but they have a whole new attitude!



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Where is the link for the giveaway?

Hi there - Click on the "Giveaway" link in the header and you can enter to win this book. Thanks! - Julia from FaveCrafts


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