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With their classic flair and unsurpassed versatility, cardigans are a staple of women's wardrobes. In her attractive new collection, famed knitwear designer Louisa Harding shares her patterns for gorgeous cardigans in styles ranging from romantic and feminine to fun and flirty. Knit in Hardings own line of luxurious yarns, the projects include an adorable cardigan with picot edging and a sailor collar; one with short puffed sleeves and lace trim; a swingy cropped cardigan; a summery striped version with a single-button closure; and a comfy knee-length cardigan with pockets. Theyre sure to be popular with all knitters.

Biographie de l'auteur

Lousia Harding is a knitwear designer whose designs have appeared in Rowan Knitting Magazine, Vogue Knitting and Knitting Magazine. With over 20 years of experience, Louisa Harding is considered one of the finest knitting pattern designers in the world. She was taught to knit by her grandmother at age six, but when she earned a degree in Textiles for Fashion in Brighton, she thought she would become a printed textile designer. Louisa has also created and marketed her own line of yarns. She lives in Yorkshire.

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Beau livre avec belles photos, schémas et explications en anglais et à l'anglosaxone (rang par rang donc). On peut être alléchée par le nombre impressionnant de modèles que propose ce livre, mais bon, je suis déçue du fait qu'ils sont tous plus ou moins sur la même trame. Je recherche toujours un ouvrage qui réunirait tous les types de gilets/cardigans possibles (par exemple avec différents types d'encolures, différents types de boutonnages, différents types de manches, etc.). Les modèles de ce livre sont pratiquement tous des gilets ou boléros avec un bouton à l'encolure et avec la même forme (manches montées classiques), quelques points ajourés, 2 ou 3 avec torsades, le reste d'un ennui... peut convenir à tricoteuse débutante (mais comme il est en anglais, ça limite aussi !). Au niveau du style, c'est classique à chic, très féminin, rien de bien moderne en tous cas. Bandes de boutonnage (pour la plupart sans boutons ou avec brides) faites au point mousse, pas terrible je trouve... mais assez fréquent chez les anglosaxons, souvent partisans du moindre effort au niveau des finitions. Pour les expertes, pas grand intérêt. Je suis donc toujours à la recherche d'un livre réunissant plusieurs modèles différents et variés de gilets/cardigans/vestes à tricoter. Si vous en connaissez un, n'hésitez pas à m'écrire :-)
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HASH(0x9489d9b4) étoiles sur 5 Things to know before you buy 4 mars 2010
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I hope this information will help you decide whether or not you really want this book. I was a little surprised when I got it by the variety of sweaters. I haven't knitted anything in this book yet but there are definitely several that are on my to-knit list. There are also some that I will never, ever knit.

Here's the info. This books has 27 patterns which are written for sizes 8-18 US. Three of the patterns are for boleros, two are for jacket style sweaters. Thirteen of the patterns feature elbow-3/4 length sleeves. Eleven of the patterns are for long sleeved cardigans. Long sleeved is a bit generous in my opinion because many of them don't quite make it to the wrist bones. Next are the sweater lengths based on the pictures. Sometimes it was hard to tell so don't hold me to these figures exactly. I would say that twelve sweaters are waist to just below waist length. Nine are approximately hip length. Three are long enough to cover the buns. Many of the sweaters feature untraditional closures such as ribbons, single buttons, clasps, etc.

I am also including the gauges for a four inch swatch so you have an idea of what kind of yarns you can use. 18x24 - 5 sweaters, 20x28 - 5 sweaters, 22x30 - 10 sweaters, 12-13x14-17 - 4 sweaters, 20x24-26 - 3 sweaters, 24x26 - 1 sweater

As I said, I have not yet knitted any of the patterns but I have read several of them. They seem well-written. I agree with the other reviewer that some of these patterns might seem dated soon because many of the patterns are so trendy. That being said, I am looking forward to doing one of these sweaters as soon as I finish my next project.
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HASH(0x9489da08) étoiles sur 5 Subpar patterns and microscopic lace charts 20 octobre 2010
Par Mairead O'Sullivan - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I was so excited to see a book based entirely around cardigans! Unfortunately, these cardigans are massively underwhelming. I found a grand total of two patterns I might -- MIGHT -- want to bother knitting. In a book of 27 patterns, that's pretty impressively bad.

The problem lies in the designs. They are based on a limited range of sizes (8 is the smallest you can go) and operate on the assumption that modern women really want to look like they raided both a 7 year old and a 77 year old's closet. Half of the designs are going for the "classic" look, and are subsequently boxy enough to even look unflattering on the models. Adding to the awful effect, these are knit in the frumpiest yarns possible. A wannabe Chanel jacket, with none of the charm, and knit in a crazy-colored novelty yarn? No, thank you.

The alternative to elderly-wear, of course, is the Pretty Pretty Pastel Princess sections of the book. These, as you may guess, are ribbon-festooned, pastel-ridden, flowery, delicate sweaterlets. While the playing-young look can be cute, it's not cute enough to merit that many patterns.

I clearly loathe most of the patterns, but the lace patterns are a redeeming feature. They are truly lovely, and I could use those, at least. Well, I could use them...were they not printed so small that I actually had to find a magnifying glass to see them. To give you the scale, a non-repeating 130 stitch x 34 row lace chart for Waterfall lace is 7 3/4 in x 1 1/4 in. Each stitch is just shy of a millimeter. Um, right. Have fun interpreting that.

Don't waste your time with this book. Since LH is a big name, your local library probably picked the book up. Check it out and save some cash.
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HASH(0x9489de40) étoiles sur 5 Beautiful, absolutely stunning! 7 février 2011
Par FireFlyDreamer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book is amazing! The photography is absolutely beautiful. The patterns are saturated with feminine romance - think old-school glamour and lady-like elegance. Nothing too bold or outrageous, just soft pretty things with splashes of spice added here and there for those who enjoy a bit of fun. I loved almost all of them. An absolute must-buy for lovers of classic cardigans.

The patterns seem very well written, though maybe better suited to a more experienced knitter. Many of the patterns are presented in mulitple versions knitted with different yarn weights or with altered detailing, which is fantastic. I've become a Louisa Harding fan! This has got to be the most tasteful collection of patterns I have ever come across.
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HASH(0x946a7228) étoiles sur 5 Knitting Book 24 mai 2010
Par C-leg Runner - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I really enjoyed the patterns available in this book. I read recent reviews on this book which were so-so and decided to get it from the library first just in case I wasn't happy. Well I was thrilled. Just goes to show you that everyone has different tastes. Very happy with my purchase. I have already completed one cardigan and have ordered yarn for another.
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HASH(0x946a71d4) étoiles sur 5 Beautiful, practical 15 mai 2012
Par Gisele - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Unlike some reviewers, I found these patterns to be practical and not trendy. They transcend passing fashions. If there are aspects that seem too current, they can be eliminated or altered with a little help. Disclosure: I have not started knitting these patterns yet because I live in Florida and want to modify the patterns for light yarns like cotton. However, I plan to knit almost all of them.
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