Loop-d-loop Lace

Loop-d-loop Lace

Book - 2011
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Loop-d-Loop Lace is the third volume in the groundbreaking Loop-d-Loop series by Teva Durham. In this installment, Durham shatters the idea that lace is old-fashioned by presenting more than 30 cutting-edge knitting designs that are as up-to-the-minute style-wise as they are thoroughly steeped in lace tradition. The projects cover a wide spectrum, from classic shawls and camisoles that utilize traditional laceweight yarns and revered stitch patterns, to ultramodern pullovers and accessories in bold colors and chunky yarns that showcase lace at a larger scale. Projects range from easy to advanced. Detailed swatch photos throughout illuminate the stitchwork, while color fashion photos show off the finished garments with the series' signature modern, romantic appeal.
Publisher: New York : Stewart, Tabori & Chang, 2011
ISBN: 9781584798347
Branch Call Number: 746.226 DURHAM
Characteristics: 159 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm


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Dec 12, 2011

A full range of modern lace patterns, from the "big" to the "teeny-weeny obsessive." Except for hats; not enough hats. Ms. Durham has learned from past mistakes and includes a "techniques" section, which is still without illustrations. With lace, it is especially important to match fibre content, or you may end up with a stretched out mess, or something that looks like a hairball. UPDATE: I have just finished the goth sweater, and the assembly instructions, to put it kindly, are inadequate. I must have sewn together and ripped that f'er apart five times. Now I know how Dr. Frankenstein felt.


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