An handbook with lots of useful and practical knitting projects to decorate so cheerful and colorful our home, to cuddle in everyday life. Each step is explained in detail and the instructions are completed by descriptive pictures. By those who are beginners to those more experienced you can find ideas and guidance.
"Second patchwork handbook" by Anna Maria Turchi This book follows "First Patchwork Manual". It’s a valid aid for those who already have the basics and want to deepen the learning of patchwork. Teachers can also use it as a handbook for their lessons. Buy the Kindle version or the Ebook version
"Hidden crochet treasures" by Federica Giudice All the basic crochet stitches and the processing techniques such as increases, decreases, round and color are illustrated and explained in detail through photographic sequences with captions. Buy the Kindle version or the Ebook version
"Creativity desire" by Emma Fassio Drawing and coloring makes us happy and allows us to be focused on something that is not real life. It isolates us in a magical moment, in a bubble suspended in space and time. That’s why I think that, with knitting, they can be considered as an anti-stress activity.
Author: Giada Baldini, Color & Style Specilist. This book is a practical and reliable manual as a guide face, as a first approach, the enhancement of the image through a precious "ploy" that plays on emotion and on optical illusions.
"Assisi e Celtic" by Maria Rosaria Nola Bonaccorsi and Febe Daria Aveta This book comes from a train meeting between two very different and yet similar women: Febe and Maria Rosaria. A encounter that has opened new horizons, new possibilities, new knowledge. It's what's called "meeting between related souls ". Buy the Kindle version or the Ebook version
"Manual for quilting and textile articles" by Sara Casol In Italy, patchwork and quilts belong to our recent history, but thanks to Internet we have an international and ongoing developing panorama.Buy the Kindle version or the Ebook version
"Creative geometry" by Emma Fassio As a stylist I have always been fascinated by the three-dimensional creation of garments from geometric shapes. In years of experimentation I discovered that the shirts that start from the rectangle are better suited to the different shapes of our body. Buy the Kindle version or the Ebook version
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