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Go bold with gorgeous color blocking and graphic knitting projects. Graphic Knits is a collection of 20 patterns featuring modern colorwork inspired by geometric motifs. Fresh and bold, the knitting projects are created by an up-and-coming design star. Author Alexis Winslow makes use of color-knitting techniques such as stripes, Fair Isle, intarsia, and slipped stitches. Wit Go bold with gorgeous color blocking and graphic knitting projects. Graphic Knits is a collection of 20 patterns featuring modern colorwork inspired by geometric motifs. Fresh and bold, the knitting projects are created by an up-and-coming design star. Author Alexis Winslow makes use of color-knitting techniques such as stripes, Fair Isle, intarsia, and slipped stitches. With each knitting pattern, she demonstrates how to use these techniques to create visually appealing garments. Flattering silhouettes expertly integrate vibrant colorwork or graphic detail for maximum effect. These two elements--shape and pattern--engage in a playful and mutually flattering relationship across each knitting pattern. Many of the 20 pieces have unexpected, modern details: an oversized, chunky cable scarf is given vivid personality through color blocking. A shapely sweater sports a pretty pattern around the collar--but instead of a traditional Scandinavian motif, bright polka dots create something fresh and new.


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Go bold with gorgeous color blocking and graphic knitting projects. Graphic Knits is a collection of 20 patterns featuring modern colorwork inspired by geometric motifs. Fresh and bold, the knitting projects are created by an up-and-coming design star. Author Alexis Winslow makes use of color-knitting techniques such as stripes, Fair Isle, intarsia, and slipped stitches. Wit Go bold with gorgeous color blocking and graphic knitting projects. Graphic Knits is a collection of 20 patterns featuring modern colorwork inspired by geometric motifs. Fresh and bold, the knitting projects are created by an up-and-coming design star. Author Alexis Winslow makes use of color-knitting techniques such as stripes, Fair Isle, intarsia, and slipped stitches. With each knitting pattern, she demonstrates how to use these techniques to create visually appealing garments. Flattering silhouettes expertly integrate vibrant colorwork or graphic detail for maximum effect. These two elements--shape and pattern--engage in a playful and mutually flattering relationship across each knitting pattern. Many of the 20 pieces have unexpected, modern details: an oversized, chunky cable scarf is given vivid personality through color blocking. A shapely sweater sports a pretty pattern around the collar--but instead of a traditional Scandinavian motif, bright polka dots create something fresh and new.

45 review for Graphic Knits: 20 Designs in Bold, Beautiful Color

  1. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    some nice color work pattersn in very catching patterns - nothing that really called to my style but would be in general good patterns

  2. 5 out of 5

    Tonileg

    Graphic (color block) style knitting patterns. I felt like most of these could fit into the 70's and 80's styles. I liked the cover cardigan which I will probably make for myself once I'm done pumping out holiday gifts, but in a dark and light blue wool which looks better on me then red/pink. I wanted to like more of the patterns, like the sweet blocky orange/white mittens are fabulous, but most of these patterns will go undone. 136 pages and usual format size for my knitting books 3 stars Graphic (color block) style knitting patterns. I felt like most of these could fit into the 70's and 80's styles. I liked the cover cardigan which I will probably make for myself once I'm done pumping out holiday gifts, but in a dark and light blue wool which looks better on me then red/pink. I wanted to like more of the patterns, like the sweet blocky orange/white mittens are fabulous, but most of these patterns will go undone. 136 pages and usual format size for my knitting books 3 stars

  3. 5 out of 5

    Cyndi

    It seems like a good book, but perhaps not for me...

  4. 4 out of 5

    Sascha

    Incredible color work, clearly written patterns, and excellent fit.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Janine Paris

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    Irene

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    Nora

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    VinGirl

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    Topher Colin

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    Victoria Callas

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    Elise

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    Laurie Langley

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  14. 4 out of 5

    Ligaya

    I think I rate knitting books by how many patterns within them that I would actually knit and from this book that number is 0. Perhaps the first pattern, the Minnow Top, but many of the garments seem to have shoulder/sleeve issues: The shoulders look too tight or there seems to be excess fabric under the armpits. It was hard for me to overlook the color choices - not my taste. That said, the layout of the book seemed fine and there were lots of schematics and photographs for the patterns.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Woodseli

  16. 5 out of 5

    Ainslie

  17. 4 out of 5

    anonymous

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    Mandy

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    Kate

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    Anna

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    Claire

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    Mckinley

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    Tabitha

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    Rozstitches

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jacquie Thomas

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    Christine

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    Ricki Koppel

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    Jazz

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    Amanda Haggerty

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    Juliaa Ce

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    Shirin

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    Noor

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    Liz

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    Janet Morris

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    Kathleen

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    N.

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    Linda Young

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    Jodi L Griffith

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    Monique Vincent

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    Ellie K

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    Linda

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    Roxanne

  43. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly Bower MLIS (gladeslibrarian)

  44. 4 out of 5

    Christine Sierakowski

  45. 4 out of 5

    Kelsey Wicker

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