Mini knitted cosmos : over 40 woolly aliens, rockets, planets and other astro-knits / Sachiyo Ishii ; [photographs by Paul Bricknell] ; [illustrations by Bess Harding].
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|LARL Cataloging||LARL62571 (Text)||LARL62570||New||On order||-|
|LARL Cataloging||LARL62571 (Text)||LARL62571||New||On order||-|
- ISBN: 9781782215356
- ISBN: 1782215352
- Physical Description: 127 pages : colour illustrations ; 24 cm.
- Publisher: Tunbridge Wells, England : Search Press, 2019.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Introduction -- Materials and tools -- Basic knitting -- Abbreviations -- Sewing up and stuffing -- Key techniques -- Basic embroidery -- The projects -- Green & orange aliens -- Round alien -- Mushroom-head alien & brown alien -- Bug-eyed alien -- Horned alien -- Striped alien -- Planet Earth & Moon -- Astro-bunny -- Astro-elephant -- Astro-giraffe -- Astro-bear -- Astro-dog -- Astro-mouse -- Astro-penguin -- Astro-kangaroo -- Satellite -- Small rockets -- Rocket children -- Parachute children -- Soyuz spacecraft -- Small space shuttle -- Large rocket -- Astronaut in orange -- Moon buggy with satellite -- Space shuttle & astro-kids -- Ground staff -- Astronaut in white -- Flying saucer child -- Planets mobile -- Star babies mobile -- UFOs -- Templates.
|Summary, etc.:|| Bestselling author Sachiyo Ishii gives us mini knitted astronauts, planets, satellites, moon buggies, aliens and a whole host of astro-animals such as dogs, bunnies, elephants and giraffes. Knit your own fabulous cosmos with this delightful book! All the projects are quick and relatively simple to make, with very easy techniques to follow. There is a step-by-step section on how to sew the figures and animals together and the patterns are all suitable for competent beginners. Including full-size templates and more than 40 simple knitting patterns, this is all you need to make your very own knitted cosmos.
- Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2019 May #2
Another adorably small-knits book from Ishii (Mini Knitted Charms, 2017), this time set in space. She admits her design inspiration was more anime than astrophysics, and it shows in the imaginative range of patterns presented here. As in her previous books, most of the designs use DK weight yarn and size US2 needles, and they are all worked flat, which will be a relief to those intimidated by double-pointed needles. The instructions are clear, which is essential as the relatively simple knit-and-purl patterns grow infinitely more complicated once it comes time to assemble the tiny pieces. From the smallest (several aliens are just over one inch tall) to the largest (a rocket, a satellite, and an astronaut giraffe), each design is lovingly detailed, and there is a clear photo of each finished project. Patterns include aliens, planets, astronauts and ground crew, kids in flying saucers, and several mobiles that would make unique baby gifts. The patterns are versatile enough that crafters can be creative with color choice and even size, making this book infinitely fun. Copyright 2019 Booklist Reviews.
Sachiyo Ishii was born and raised in Japan. She was a money broker on Wall Street and in London before discovering the joy of handicraft after her second son was born. She learned dressmaking and Waldorf doll making and has been designing and creating dolls and toys ever since. She teaches knitting, doll making, wet and dry felting, sewing, crochet, spinning, hand dyeing, Japanese doll making and paper crafts to adults and children. She has authored a number of titles for Search Press, including Mini Knitted Safari, Mini Knitted Woodland and Mini Knitted Toys. Her work has appeared in knitting and parenting magazines and her knitted toys are very popular. She believes everyone should be involved in some kind of creative activity and loves sharing the joy of craft with as many people as possible. Sachiyo lives in Sussex with her husband and two sons.
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