Knitting Color: Design Inspiration From Around The World
Publish Date: 2006-10-28
Author: Brandon Mably
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Throughout his years working as a knitwear designer, Brandon Mably has had the good fortune to journey around the world presenting his hugely popular Color in Design workshops. Wherever he went, Mably took inspiration from the local crafts and colors. Now, he shares some of the ideas hes gathered in a collection of unique projects bound to tempt any knitter. Beautiful as these pieces are, theyre also straightforward, with most featuring a basic stockinette stitch and his own simple color technique. The 20 items include a Guatemalan bird-patterned slipover, Indian felted bag, Apache waistcoat, South African hands cushion, and Australian zebra swing jacket. In addition, Mably provides a lively account of his adventures in a visual travel diary that pays homage to the countries hes visited.