Dress it up, dress it down--or how about a night on the town? Do it all with a knitted tee! This wardrobe staple gets a modern makeover in this fashionable collection. Start with a basic tee, then build up to designer edgings and eye-catching pattern stitches.
- Twenty easy to advanced knitted tees spotlight easy-wear styles, from classic to cool
- Five different construction techniques to try: from the bottom up, from the top down, from side to side, from the corner, and in the round
- Each technique is used in four different tee styles: Blue Jeans Basics, Workaday Wear, Café Chic, and Glamour Girl
Laura Militzer Bryant
The work of Laura Militzer Bryant, founder of Prism Arts, has been recognized with grants from both the National Endowment for the Arts and the State of Florida. She has published numerous pattern books and writes a column for Cast On magazine. Laura is a past president of the National NeedleArts Association.Visit Laura's website
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Growing up, Barry Klein spent afternoons in his mother's retail needlework store. Once he got his hands on yarn, he was forever addicted. While earning a marketing and film degree in college, he worked as a sweater and yarn designer for Fantacia, one of the first fashion yarn companies.
Barry and his mother, Myrna, started Trendsetter Yarns, staying true to their passions for bringing the most exciting fashion yarns and the most luxurious classic yarns to the knitting market. Barry has taught extensively at knitting conventions, in store exhibits, and on knitting cruises. A past president of the National Needlework Association, he has created patterns and written articles for Vogue Knitting, Knitters, Knit 'N Style, Love of Knitting, and Cast On magazines as well as been a featured talent on knitting shows Uncommon Threads, Needleart Studio, Knitty Gritty, and Knitting Daily. Barry was recently featured in "Top 10 Men in Knitting," an article on Knitty.com (Winter 2009) that profiled the 10 most influential men in the world of knitting.
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