Knitwear designer Pam Powers sells her innovative designs as downloads through her website pampowersknits.com, Ravelry, and Craftsy, as well as printed patterns to yarn stores throughout the U.S. Her work has been featured in national magazines like Interweave Knits and Bel Armoire, as well as online in blogs and newsletters like Knitting Daily and Noble Knits. She lives in Orange County, California.
For some people, challah is a plaited loaf of leavened Jewish bread, but for Pam Powers it's an inspiration. The designs for scarves, cowls, infinity loops and bows in her new book draw on patterns, styles and shapes from around the world. As well as the scarves evoking challah bread,
there are fraulein, cowboy, mosaic, denim and lace scarves. Every one is unique, every one is exquisitely feminine, tasteful and chic. The instructions are clearly laid out and there's a guide to all the techniques needed, and even the best way to read the patterns. And all through the book, Pam gives ideas on how to wear her designs, how to turn them into a statement with any outfit, how
to enjoy them, and how to make them your own.
We love all 24 designs inside this collection from US designer, Pam - especially the pretty flower neckerchief on the cover. Pam's patterns make use of a range of textured stitches and colour work techniques, as well as assorted yarns. And, once you've completed your creations, you'll find ideas on how to wear your works of art.* Knit Today *