Whether you're looking to meet your personal warmth factor, your favorite fiber factor, or even your budget factor, you'll learn how to add maximum flexibility to your knitting with this creative, step-by-step approach.
- Eighteen gorgeous projects show how to substitute favorite yarns or yarns already on hand to achieve a variety of looks from a single design
- Luxurious knitwear designs include an Inca Jewel pullover, cozy cable-knit cardigan, and breezy short-sleeved pullover, plus beautiful scarves, socks, and purses
- Find ample advice for choosing the right yarns to create looks from cool to cozy, casual to dressy
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Cynthia Wise discovered her love of knitting when her mother taught her to knit at the age of ten. Her first projects--a scarf, hat, and slippers--were created from loud pink variegated yarn on size 11 needles. Cynthia's childhood hobby has since flourished into a passion that has her constantly striving to develop her art.
After a debilitating injury left her unable to work as a chiropractor for several years, Cynthia concentrated her energies on designing, custom and production knitting, and learning new techniques. Although Cynthia is once again a practicing physician, she makes time to attend knitting classes and conferences and spend time with nature, to further draw out the artist inside.
Cynthia's versatile knitwear designs have been featured in numerous national magazines, such as Knitter's, Knit 'n Style, Cast On, and Machine Knitter's Source. She has designed patterns for companies such as Aurora Yarns, Cherry Tree Hill Yarn, and Schaefer Yarns, as well as for her company, Designs by Cynthia Wise.
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