February 22, 2001
A kitchen full of food is hardly useful if you have no recipes for preparing it.
Road Map to Feltdom
This month we explored the mechanics of felting and showed how different yarns felt.
But this knowledge won't take you far unless you have a decent felting pattern.
With that in mind, we conclude our felting series this week with a look at some of the most popular felting patterns you can find online.
Also This Week
If felting isn't your thing, don't despair. This week we also look at the latest book from British knitwear designer Debbie Bliss, "Baby Style."
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New This Week...
Get Started with Felting:
Knowing how to felt doesn't do you any good if you don't know what to felt. Here are some of the most popular felting patterns available, with links to online shops that sell them. |
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Baby Style: Irresistible Knitwear Designs and Home Accessories for 0-3 Year Olds
The prolific British children's knitwear designer has come out with a new collection that is distinctly more subdued and classic. Is it a repeat of patterns past? We find out.|
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