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Heirloom Baby Knits ❴EPUB❵ ✴ Heirloom Baby Knits Author Deborah Newton – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Known for her stunning creations as a designer of women's knitwear Deborah Newton will delight knitters with this collection of 20 breathtaking baby garments and blankets Each adorable design shows th Known for her stunning creations as a designer of women's knitwear Deborah Newton will delight knitters with this collection of breathtaking baby garments and blankets Each adorable design shows the exuisite details that Deborah's fans expect There are sweaters vests pants Heirloom Baby Epub / hats a dress and a hooded poncho Several garments have matching socks or blankets.

  • Paperback
  • 128 pages
  • Heirloom Baby Knits
  • Deborah Newton
  • English
  • 14 September 2016
  • 9781609001902

2 thoughts on “Heirloom Baby Knits

  1. Sue Sue says:

    I just love this book I am a Prime member on and if I say #no rush delivery# I get a pound each time so with my savings I bought this little gem I didn't realize how much I would love all the patterns There are some really awesome baby knits in here and I would gladly recommend to all who knit

  2. Susan Susan says:

    I really like this book I have in the past made patterns from it before and will soon be again for 'new' babies coming into my life D I have to admit however that this is the first time I also actually read the introductory notes for the bookOverall this book is a great resource for people wishing to make beautiful pieces for the little ones in their lives The patterns are well designed They have a variety of textures and skill levels to choose from I appreciate that even the easy pieces have enough features to keep the knitting interesting and to keep the final results looking wonderful for babytot I also really liked that Newton gives suggestions to tweak the patterns construction andor colours to create personalized versions of each piece Two items sit a little uncomfortably with me though with only the most minor detractions from my overall positive impressions of the book i Newton often buys into the gender stereotypes and expectations I am uncomfortable 'telling' or at least 'showing' a six month old that certain colours and patterns are not for himher or 'supposed to be' for himher based on gender and then we later say these preferences are 'in born' even though they have been part of a person's life literally since infancy though that is a different discussion However I also recognize that this is a knitting book; that Newton lives within a culture and a market that has these expectations; and that the book was created to give knitters patterns for babies rather than to be a social commentaryadvocacy type discussion ii I disagree with Newton's endnote about baby clothes 'not needing to be machine washable' While I get where she is coming from babies 'ought to' be able to have luxury fibres I still find that the parents I know would rather have their time for other activities like spending time with baby rather than hand washing delicates for baby Again however this is only a minor detraction as Newton gives plenty of practical suggestions on yarn substitutions and the different adjustments andor results that come from each substitutionDespite the two very minor 'hiccups' for me I really do like this book and am glad that I read Newton's text If the patterns themselves do not make it obvious and they really do make it obvious Newton's words highlight the love joy and care that she has for her work her readers and for the little people and families who will benefit from the pieces that the patterns create Where before I appreciated this book as a resource to create beautiful pieces for the beautiful people in my life I now appreciate double because I know that Newton put the same positive energy and thought into creating the patterns as I do when knitting them up

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