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Knit your own beautiful garments for your family and loved ones – young and old - for every season with Nordic patterns for a year of knitting!
A Knitter's Year will see you through four seasons of clothes to make for your whole family thanks to expert knitter and internet darling Ida Wirak Trettevik. Packed with 30 patterns and inspiration and ideas for the whole family, these Nordic designed patterns allow you to create beautiful garments with your choice of wool or mixed fibers. Create jackets, jumpers and skirts for adults, as well as cozy winter gear for the children, with your choice wool or mixed fibers.
Each garment is lovingly designed by the author, Ida, who is shown throughout the book with her own family in their Norwegian home. These Nordic designed patterns allow you to create beautiful garments with your choice of wool or mixed fibers and include. How about creating a
- Classy pencil skirt for winter
- Cropped t-shirt for Spring
- Nordic summer top for children
- Turtleneck sweater for Fall
Knitting garments has never been more important than at a time of increased focus on slow fashion and sustainability. With 30 projects, so you'll never be wanting for inspiration, whatever the season.
About the Author
Ida Wirak Trettevik is the founder of Witre design and has 80,000 Instagram followers (@witredesign). The first patterns launched in 2018, and from the start, Witre design has been about finding a modern expression for knitted garments and designs, creating patterns that will inspire to knit one's own wardrobe - piece by piece. A strong motivation behind the concept is also to help knitters create pieces of good quality and longevity, adjusted to the individual knitter's own preferences.
Library Journal Premium Review by Whitney Kramer
"Expert knitter and Instagram influencer Trettevik (founder of Witre Design) offers readers a collection of patterns for both adults and children that are perfectly on trend for 2023. Written over a year as Trettevik and her family moved from the center of Oslo to an island in northern Norway, this book’s creative, approachable patterns chronicle her family’s journey throughout the year. There’s something for adults and children in every season, from of-the-moment chunky sweaters to breezy knitted culottes and dresses for summer. Beautiful photographs by Krekling complete the book. Patterns do not include charts, but they are straightforward enough so that even beginner knitters can navigate them without issue.
VERDICT A solid addition to the craft genre and public libraries with robust craft collections. Perfect for both beginners and more adventurous knitters."