Together or Separate - Knitting the New Twinset

by Ann McCauley
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With this exciting new collection, Ann takes the classic twinset to a new level that includes the traditional shell-and-cardigan combination and so much more! Explore unique pairings such as a turtleneck with vest and headband, skirts and sweaters, a dress with wristlets, or a cabled cardigan and socks; the pieces can be worn alone or together. Find something for every season!

  • Features gorgeous, timeless designs in smooth yarns, solid colors, and rich textures
  • Ideal for intermediate and experienced knitters, with some projects for beginners
  • Includes Ann's "Alphabet of Musings" for a quick knitting reference and more

by Ann McCauley
8.5" x 11" printed on your home computer
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full color, PDF digital download
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Publication Date:
September 16th, 2008

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From Yarn Market News

The “New” in that subtitle is no joke: McCauley’s 10 twinsets—and one tripleset—redefine the term and redouble the versatility of this venerable fashion conceit. A striped tee with coordinating cowl counts as a twinset. So do a mock-pleat ribbed top and skirt, a collared cardigan and matching cabled socks, and a dress-or-pullover with wrist warmers that give a layered cuff effect. Then there’s that triple set, which uses a long-sleeved cabled turtleneck as the base; a short-sleeved vest with corresponding cables on the side panels for piece two; and, a literal crowner: a headband that picks up the main cables below.

Ann McCauley

Author Ann McCauley has been knitting since childhood. She brings influences from her career as a dancer, teacher, and choreographer to her pattern collections.

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