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No sheep for you knit happy with cotton, silk, linen, hemp, bamboo, and other delights

Yarns made from plant fibers, modern synthetics, and silk take the spotlight in this collection of 21 classic knitting patterns for socks, scarves, hats, bags, vests, sweaters, and even a luxurious bathrobe. Some knitters are discouraged by the thought of baggy hemp sweaters and droopy cotton socks when they consider vegetable fibers, but this authoritative, fun, and light-hearted guide promises that, while wool has no equal when it comes to elasticity and warmth, the right tricks and techniques produce non-wool fashions that fit well, wear well, and hang beautifully. Knitters are taught to.

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  • ""Learn all about nonwool yarns, including cotton, silk, linen, soy, bamboo, hemp, Tencel, rayon and their origins, characteristics, and how to make substitiutions to achieve similar effects in wool. Then delight in the 21 knockout pattterns, including sweaters, scarves, and socks, all created with fibers that never had four legs"--Back cover."
  • "Yarns made from plant fibers, modern synthetics, and silk take the spotlight in this collection of 21 classic knitting patterns for socks, scarves, hats, bags, vests, sweaters, and even a luxurious bathrobe. Some knitters are discouraged by the thought of baggy hemp sweaters and droopy cotton socks when they consider vegetable fibers, but this authoritative, fun, and light-hearted guide promises that, while wool has no equal when it comes to elasticity and warmth, the right tricks and techniques produce non-wool fashions that fit well, wear well, and hang beautifully. Knitters are taught to."@en
  • "Yarns made from plant fibers, modern synthetics, and silk take the spotlight in this collection of 21 classic knitting patterns for socks, scarves, hats, bags, vests, sweaters, and even a luxurious bathrobe. Some knitters are discouraged by the thought of baggy hemp sweaters and droopy cotton socks when they consider vegetable fibers, but this authoritative, fun, and light-hearted guide promises that, while wool has no equal when it comes to elasticity and warmth, the right tricks and techniques produce non-wool fashions that fit well, wear well, and hang beautifully. Knitters are taught to kn."@en
  • "In a world where sheep-based knitting is the norm, do you feel left out? Are you knitting for someone who won't wear wool? Lucky you! Yummy yarn materials can be found growing out of the ground, bubbling out of Pyrex beakers, and keeping bugs warm while they grow wings. You just need to get to know these fibers so you can make the most of them. Amy R. Singer is allergic to wool and has spent most of her knitting life trying to knit just like everyone else but without the baa. In No Sheep for You, she shares her best non-wool knowledge. This how-to guide will teach you all about non-wool yarns, focusing on plant fibers including cotton, linen, hemp, soy, bamboo, Tencel, rayon, the new synthetics and more, plus the most delicious non-wool of all: silk. Learn why each fiber behaves the way it does, how to make it do what you want it to do, and when it's time to try something else instead. This wild world of fibers is accompanied by 22 classic and wearable patterns for socks, scarves, hats, shawls, sweaters, vests, and bags -- all created with fibers that never had four legs."

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  • "Electronic books"

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  • "No sheep for you : knit happy with cotton, silk, linen, hemp, bamboo & other delights"
  • "No sheep for you knit happy with cotton, silk, linen, hemp, bamboo, and other delights"@en
  • "No sheep for you : knit happy with cotton, silk, linen, hemp, bamboo, and other delights"
  • "No Sheep for You"@en
  • "No sheep for you knit happy with cotton, silk, linen, hemp, bamboo & other delights"