eBook Stitches in time download
by Sue Bradley
Author: Sue Bradley
Publisher: Holt; 1st American ed edition (1986)
ePub: 1841 kb
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It was first published in Great Britain by Orbis Book Publishing Corp. Ltd. This beautiful book is a knitters dream.
It was first published in Great Britain by Orbis Book Publishing Corp. It has over 70 historically inspired beautiful designs with careful instructions for you to recreate all these amazing. Escape will close this window.
Stitches in Time book. Ms. Bradley is a good illustrator, historian, and designer; I'll be looking out for some of her more current designs, though, in the hopes that they'll be more to my rather minimalist tastes.
Over 70 Knitwear Patterns Inspired by the past. VINTAGE themed ) 175 pages. Sep 29, 2012 21:42:23 transdolly.
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I wore turn-ups from the time I put on long trousers (at the late age of 12). The turn-up served no purpose but to collect fluff, grit, pins and, on lucky days, sixpences. Sadly, Lucy Adlington has no explanation of them to offer. Tailors insisted on them until they were swept away in the economy drive that marked the Second World War. This put traditional tailors to great lengths to maintain standards - there were pocket flaps with no pocket behind.
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