Saturday, April 21, 2018

Inspired Shawls Review & GIVEAWAY

Love luxury hand knits? Then check out Inspired Shawls: 15 Creative Patterns for Year-Round Knitting by Laura Zukaite. Make gorgeous shawls using an assortment of hand-painted yarns and natural fibers. This New York knitwear designer presents all original patterns with designs inspired from her travel in South America. She showcases innovative yarn choices, stitches, over embroidery, tassels, cord, braiding and other treatments. Her knit wear is meticulously styled and beautifully photographed - the perfect addition to any wardrobe. Each shawl pattern comes with written and charted instructions. Projects include finished measurement, materials, gauge, special abbreviations and finishing. Dover Publications released this 112 page paperback on March 21, 2018. Get your copy below!

CONTENTS

Cartagena Shawl
Nazca Shawl
Cuzco Shawl
Amazonas Shawl
La Paz Shawl

Puno Shawl
Palm Leaf Shawl
Ipanema Shawl
Salento Shawl
Geo Aztec Shawl

Copacabana Shawl
Santa Marta Shawl
Inca Shawl
Highland Shawl
Mayan Shawl

Abbreviations
Needle conversions
About the author

Cartagena Shawl

Nazca Shawl

Cuzco Shawl

Amazonas Shawl

La Paz Shawl

Puno Shawl

Palm Leaf Shawl

Ipanema Shawl

Salento Shawl

Geo Aztec Shawl

Copacabana Shawl

Santa Marta Shawl

Inca Shawl

Highland Shawl

Mayan Shawl


Inspired Shawls
is available worldwide at Dover Publications. Dover, Great Books, Variety & Value Since 1941. Check out their catalog at Dover Publications. Dover has generously offered to giveaway a copy! One winner will be selected at random. Open until May 12, 2018. Canada & USA. Good luck!


17 comments:

  1. I like La Paz Shawl. It is very unique.

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  2. I like Puno.

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  3. Salento is my favourite. slhaydon@hotmail.com

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  4. Im really in love with the highland shawl.

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  5. They are all really lovely, but I do fancy the Nazca shawl.

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  6. Santa Marta Shawl is my fave, the La Paz is lovely too

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  7. The La Paz Shawl would be my favorite, quite a few close seconds though!

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  8. I Love Them All But my favorite is The Ipanema Shawl

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