Tahki Stacy Charles Announces Fall/Winter Books

[tag]Tahki Stacy Charles[/tag] has prepared 4 books for this fall / winter: Tahki Yarns Fall / Winter Collection, Tweed Collection, Filatura di Crosa Fall / Winter Collection and S. Charles Collezione Fall / Winter Collection.

Tahki Yarns Fall / Winter Collection [tag]knitting pattern[/tag] book features 26 classic and fashionable knitting patterns using Angel, Baby, Baby Print, Bunny, Bunny Print, Bunny Paint, Bunny Splash, Dream, Flower, Jolie, Monterey, SAvoy, Star, Taos, Torino, Totino Bulky, and Torino Bulky Long Print yarns.

Filatura di Crosa Fall / Winter Collection knitting pattern book features 19 classic and fashionable knitting patterns 127 Print, Alpalite, Baby Kid, Batuffolo, Batuffolo Print, Carousel, Curly, Elen Cashmere, Gioiello, Malizioso, Maxime Print, Mutlicolor, Murano, North Pole, Puff, Superior, Tibet, Tokyo, Wave, Zara, Zara Plus and Zarina yarns.

Tahki Knitting Patterns Tweed Collection 2007 knitting pattern book features 17 classic and fashionable knitting patterns using Baby Tweed, Donegal Tweed Homespun, New Tweed, Shannon and Soho Bulky yarns.

S. Charles Collezione Knitting Patterns Fall Winter 2007 knitting pattern book features 22 classic and fashionable knitting patterns using Aran Cashmere, Aura, Dynasty, Galaxy, Luxor, Merino Cable, Micio, Pasha, Rialto, Ritratto, Sabrina and Venus yarns.

[tag]Tahki Stacy Charles yarns[/tag] and patterns – a very nice way to start your winter wardrobe!

Comments

  1. says

    I’m rather imprsesed that you know the contents of your stash. I discover many interesting (and not so interesting) things when I dive into mine. As to finishing, I only just finished a Mini-Manu, a cardigan for a small girl designed by Kate Davies. It is quite an elaborate and clever design, and all the edges are finished by an I-cord bind-off. The result looks very nice indeed, tidy and strong.

  2. Sheri Swan says

    I need to know if there are corrections to pattern #16 Taormina Circle Vest. I’m ready for the Lace pattern and can’t figure out how to set it up. Round one (I think) needs to have five stitches in order to come to the eight stitches increase in row 2. Please help.

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