Knitting in Tuscany
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Knitting in Tuscany

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From the bestselling author who brought you Knitting Over the Edge, Knitting Beyond the Edge, and many others, comes an exciting new book for knitters—this time, with an Italian accent! It’s filled with the warmth of the sun-splashed Tuscan countryside, inspired by Nicky’s knitting tour of the region.

Knitters will pour themselves a glass of Chianti, gaze at the gorgeous ph...more
Hardcover, 112 pages
Published June 2nd 2009 by Nicky Epstein Books
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Nicola
I usually like Nicky Epstein, she's an interesting designer. Works outside the box. I couldn't have been more disappointed in this book- not a single pattern interested me. Not even for it's idea. While I believe she intended this book more as a knitter's guide to Tuscany, it was not even well organized...
Erica
Most of the projects in this book fall under the category of "Just because you CAN doesn't mean you SHOULD." The one valuable part of this book for me was the list of Tuscan yarn shops; I wish I'd had it when *I* was in Tuscany in 2006!!
Julie
The book is mostly travelogue, with a few patterns inspired by Tuscan scenes thrown in. Nicky Epstein also points out the yarn stores that shouldn't be missed...
Cayenne
Fascinating look at Tuscany from a knitter's point of view. I enjoyed the history, the intriguing patterns and the great tourist information. Fun read.
Gabriela
amazing! a travel guide and a knitting inspiration all in one! the patterns are absolutely gorgeous!
Shanna Trim
Well, if you like intarsia, you'll love this book. Unfortunately, I am not a fan
Polly
Nice book in terms of the touristy bits, but the patterns kind of stink.
Ciaobella
This book has 12 gorgeous patterns and I want to knit them all!
Martine
Wonderful patterns
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Nicky Epstein is a knitting designer and author of numerous books on knitting. She is known for her creative combinations of knitting stitches, and for the colorful patterns often found in her sweaters, especially involving applique of separately knitted motifs.[1] In 2005, she was given a prestigious award by the National NeedleArts Association. In 2006, her work was featured in a retrospective f...more
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