Pretty in Punk: 25 Punk, Rock, and Goth Knitting Projects

10 thoughts on “Pretty in Punk: 25 Punk, Rock, and Goth Knitting Projects

  1. Margie Margie says:

    I'm comparing this book to Domiknitrix because I'm using both at the same time and they both have a similar hat helmet style Generally the patterns and projects in this book are much much simpler which might make one think it's suitable for beginners Yet Domiknitrix offers far in the way of hand holding; they recommend specific cast ons and decreases for each project and have photos and step by step instructions for a variety of cast ons increases and decreases As a result both books seem a bit unclear on who their audience is

  2. Em Em says:

    Yes another hard core knitting book No another book of dumb patterns Don't be fooled most of the patterns in this book consist of weird fluffy novelty yarns and Union Jacks Very hard core Is Dissappoint

  3. Michelle Browne Michelle Browne says:

    I really like this pattern book but images of the patterns would help I was hoping for clothing than accessories but there's some cool stuff and great inspiration I love the model photos though which showcase a great deal of diversity The Swindle is every bit as awesome a pattern as knitters around the internet have said However I was really hoping for a distressed drop stitched sweater and while the Goth Girl pattern is cool it's form fitting rather than huge and oversized which is what I wanted There's also a severe lack of plus size patterning in this book which really irked and frustrated me A bit of math will help any knitter get around that though Still it's full of really cool patterns and most of them are pretty unisex

  4. Kate Kate says:

    I got this largely because I was looking for some kind of Renaissance corset knit thingie and this listed a corset with lace detail as a pattern I wasn't a fan of that pattern nor did I like most of them HOWEVER the knit mohawk hats one is shown on the cover are adorable and I'm totally making one There's also a pattern for a cute argyle knit skirt The other pattern I liked was the typical punk striped sweater which looked fairly simple to knit their version was in mohair I may attempt it but only after all my Christmas present knitting is done

  5. Emily Goff Emily Goff says:

    As knitting pattern books go this one is not to shabby I picked it up from the library for their signature hat the God Save the ueen felted earflap hat with i cords and mohawk fringe Other that than pattern I am not too interested in the rest Not really my speed The instructions are clear but could use additional graphics and larger templates

  6. Kylie Kylie says:

    I knitted the punk sweater The Swindle in mohair It was easy to follow but aside from the awesome hat on the cover there's not a lot else in this one that I would consider knitting There's a lot of arm bands and scarves ugh and bum covers That said I only bought it to get the hat on the cover and I have yet to make that one but I did knit the sweater for my daughter

  7. Kelly H. (Maybedog) Kelly H. (Maybedog) says:

    35 rounded up to 4 Some good patterns many not really punk at all There are patterns to make the cover hat in different colorways and they're really cute I haven't tried any of the patterns but they're written out rather than in chart form and don't use a lot of abbreviations I think this would be a good pattern book for a beginning to intermediate knitter

  8. Pam Pam says:

    This book gave me the pattern for the infamous fauxhawk hat I have made so many of these for people and have branched out and made my own designs I have also made a number of other projects from this bookit is all good

  9. Kim Kim says:

    While some of the projects in this book are cutefun many of the patterns are repeated with just a variation on pattern or design As expensive as craft books are I'd rather see a book chock full of uniue patterns

  10. Lynn K. Lynn K. says:

    Lots of fun patterns Not all of them worked out though There are uite a few patterns to practice intarsia which is what I mainly did The only article of clothing I knit was the Swindle sweater and because of poor yarn choice it fell apart before I even tried it on

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Pretty in Punk: 25 Punk, Rock, and Goth Knitting Projects [Reading] ➹ Pretty in Punk: 25 Punk, Rock, and Goth Knitting Projects Author Alyce Benevides – Another boring scarf More mittens We're not gonna take it And neither should you Pretty in Punk salutes counterculture fashion with 25 entirely original designs inspired by fashion icons Vivienne West Another Punk: 25 Punk, Rock, PDF or boring scarf More mittens We're not gonna Punk: 25 MOBI ó take it And neither should you Pretty in Punk salutes counterculture fashion with entirely original designs inspired by fashion Pretty in eBook Ù icons Vivienne Westwood and John Galliano and punk legends Indulge your girly side with the Ready Steady Go mini skirt rebel with Feel the Pain wrist cuffs or channel in Punk: 25 PDF/EPUB ½ your inner rock star with the very same Mohawk hat Depeche Mode's Martin Gore wears on stage Whether you're new to knitting or a veteran desperately seeking patterns with in Punk: 25 Punk, Rock, MOBI :º an edge you'll find projects here for every mood and every genre With step by step instructions helpful technical illustrations and intarsia graphs plus high fashion photos of all the finished projects Pretty in Punk is the only authority on anti authority knitting.

  • Paperback
  • 120 pages
  • Pretty in Punk: 25 Punk, Rock, and Goth Knitting Projects
  • Alyce Benevides
  • English
  • 07 May 2016
  • 9780811857444