Stitch New York: Over 20 kooky ways to knit the city and more

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F+W Media, Dec 26, 2012 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
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Following on from the success of her first title, Stitch London, Lauren O'Farrell has created another cute and quirky collection of projects, but this time with an American twist. This unique knitting title will show you how to knit all of the most famous New York people and places, as well as some unique accessories inspired by life in the "Big Apple" itself. Created for city chicks who don't like rules but love knitting, the projects are simple enough for beginners, yet bonkers enough to inspire more seasoned knitters. The book is brilliantly written in Lauren's sassy style, with clever tips and techniques throughout.

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About the author (2012)

Lauren O'Farrell is the founder and leader of Stitch London; a feisty knitting group, now the largest in the UK, which has won awards and acclaim for its fresh, contemporary approach to knitting. Lauren's off-shoot project, Knit the City, aims to guerrilla-knit its way through London, and eventually the world! Lauren has also been interviewed on popular TV shows including ITV's This Morning, BBC Breakfast and The Alan Titchmarsh Show. Lauren lives in London.

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