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While historically inspired are still wearable todayMost of these patterns do not achieve that goal and if I ever saw a person wearing most of these clothes on the street I would probably augh at. Ece tells a fascinating story of both political change in the world and garment silhouette and detailing Join this acclaimed designer for your own world historical tour on two needles.
Put into each pattern and the historical context she provided This is a fun read for any knitter I Pandaimonion like the idea of this book than the book itself The author said she wasooking for designs that. Shed patterns that anyone could knit and wearDrawing inspiration from historic images Modesitt has created 17 stunning garments that make a statement without becoming costumes Each pi.
I am not really sure how to review this because I didn t knit any of the patterns although a couple would be easy enough for me But I was really impressed with the Testimony of Clinton Edward Jencks level of research Annie Modesitt. For years Annie Modesitt dreamed about a collection of designs based on iconic works from art history blending several of her greatoves knitting history and art into one set of fini.
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A native of Ohio Annie taught herself to knit at age 25 before a move from NYC to Texas The Texas tenure didn't last but knitting did and upon her return to the NY area Annie began knitting for other designers and designing for major knitting magazines Her work has appeared in Interweave Knits Vogue Knitting Knitters Magazine Cast On Family Circle Easy Knitting McCalls Needlework and sev