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Creative Knitting (1971)

af Mary Walker Phillips

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This new and revised edition of a revered classic presents the innovations of the author, designer, and teacher who helped establish knitting as an independent art form. Phillips' guide provides knitters with methods for using traditional stitches in original ways to produce highly decorative rather than strictly functional creations. Includes new color photos of the finished projects.… (mere)
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It would seem that the author has a different interpretation of "creative" than I do. The book is rich in historical detail, but I don't feel creatively inspired by the possibilities of knitting after reading this.
  Lindoula | Sep 25, 2017 |
With charts, diagrams, and photos to inspire any knitter, this classic book on knitting as an art form demonstrates the many creative possibilities of knitting structure. ( )
  RochesterKnittingGui | Apr 9, 2016 |
Creative lacy knitting stitches
  SHCG | Feb 19, 2013 |
Mary Walker Phillips took knitting from the utilitarian to a creative art form. This book begins with an interesting historical survey of knitting. The bulk of the book is devoted to a discussion of and instructions for creating large lacy wall hangings.

This is a truly unique knitting book. It is the only one I have run across that discuss the creation of art displays by knitting. The influence of Phillips' previous work with macramé is evident in the large knit panels she demonstrates in this book. There are many b & w photos; some illustrate historical examples of knitting, but many are of works created by the author now hanging in museums.

For the serious, creative and slightly eccentric knitting, this book is a must. ( )
  KatySilbs | Nov 22, 2007 |
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This new and revised edition of a revered classic presents the innovations of the author, designer, and teacher who helped establish knitting as an independent art form. Phillips' guide provides knitters with methods for using traditional stitches in original ways to produce highly decorative rather than strictly functional creations. Includes new color photos of the finished projects.

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