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Kids: A Knitter's Dozen
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Rick Mondragon is the editor of Knitter's Magazine. He teaches specialized knitting techniques across the country. Elaine Rowley is the former editor of Knitter's Magazine and the current managing editor of XRX Books. They both live in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

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Sept 06

The 19 customisable projects in this book are tons of fun to knit and your special little one is sure to be thrilled to wear any of them.

Kids - A Knitter's Dozen beautifully shows that the only limit to great knitted garments is your imagination: try a stripy sweater with cute glove-shaped pockets, a bright jumper with sun and heart motifs, or even matching cardigans for a child and their favourite teddy!

Each pattern has clear instructions and a difficulty rating, so you can gauge which ones to tackle, as well as extra ideas for personalising your little one's new garment.

This is a book you'll return to again and again when you want a knit that's colourful and full of novelty value for the special kids in your life.

* Simply Knitting *

2006

This book offers a collection of irresistible hand knits for boys and girls. Ranging in skill from beginner to experienced, knitters can outfit young ones from head to toe with hats, socks and everything in between. In addition to photos of the finished projects, detailed illustrations guide knitters through each part of the more complicated steps and the techniques used in the designs are explained in a handy appendix. The outfits are styled to fit children from ages two through to 10, and whether dresses, cardigans or caps, the patterns will keep you knitting for hours.

* Australian Stitches *

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