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Everyday Lace: Simple, Sophisticated Knitted Garments par [Zoppetti, Heather]
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Simple garments and accessories for everyday life.

Knitters love lace and want to add it to their wardrobe in pretty yet non-fussy ways. In this collection of 18 garments and accessories, using lace motifs for edging is only the beginning. Author Heather Zoppetti shows how lace can be easily incorporated into feminine garments meant for daily wear: as a simple panel insert, as edgings and bands, and in an increasingly all-over manner. Simple shaping and construction are the rule here, letting lace take center stage. Heather's work features thoughtful construction such as linen-stitch bands to prevent awkward stretching and shoulder slippage, mock cables to play up a raglan shoulder, and reversible stitch patterns on garments that show both sides.

Hidden among the collection of lovely garments is a thorough introduction to the basics of lace knitting, including various cast-ons and bind-offs appropriate for lace knitting. Throughout the book, Heather offers tips designed to help the novice knitter.

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  • Editeur : Interweave; Édition : 1 (11 septembre 2014)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 loved it! timeless classics 27 août 2014
Par Stephannie Tallent - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Everyday Lace includes 18 patterns, ranging from simple accessories to lush, all-over lace sweaters. I counted the following:

(4) Accessories (headband, wrap, arm warmers, cowl)
(10) Garments (pullovers, tunics, cardigan, cami, shell, shrug, vest, blouse), sizes roughly ranging from 30-35in to 45-60in
(2) Socks
(2) Hats
It's broken into 3 sections: Warm, Transitional, and Cold, with projects geared towards those temperatures / seasons.

There's also a nice intro section, Lace Knitting Essentials, including a discussion of tools, reading charts, lifelines, and blocking. Tips are also scattered throughout the different patterns. The Glossary also includes directions for various bind offs, buttonholes, cast ons, and more. Even if you didn't want to knit many of the patterns (which, given how lovely they are, I don't feel likely!), I think the concise, clear how-to instructions are very valuable.

The design, layout, and photography of Everyday Lace is gorgeous and romantic, in keeping with the designs and Heather's style. Pattern photos clearly highlight the important details.

One of my favorite patterns is the Millersville Blouse. This would be a great pattern for those who are a bit newer to lace, and just want to do some lace details. The little gathered flutter sleeves, with the layered lace, are so pretty. I also love the thoughtful woven-stitch top & arm strap border. This sweater also features flattering waist shaping. It's sized from 32-52in.

Another favorite pattern are the Millway socks. They're worked toe-up with a reverse gusset and slipped stitch heel flap. The lace pattern reminds me of those I've seen in some of the Japanese stitch dictionaries; it's very lovely and intricate-looking. From looking at the chart, though, it's one of those positive work-to-glory stitch patterns: it looks much more difficult than it actually is. The pretty picot hem just adds to the romance.

Finally, the Engleside Pullover, with its gorgeous cowl neck and trim, is, I think the highlight of the book. It's a perfect example of how stunning even a simple lace pattern can be when used well. It's a top down raglan underneath that collar. Though the sweater is styled for the photos with what looks to be dark wash jeans, I'd love to see it with a full skirt. I think it'd be so romantic! The sweater is sized from 30-48.75in.

Overall, this is a lovely collection of patterns full of valuable tips and tutorials. I highly recommend it.

Please note I received my review copy from the publisher. All views are my own.
6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Lace Knitting is for Everyone (and Everyday) 28 août 2014
Par terry blasko - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Lace knitting has often felt overwhelming to me, but this book, "Everyday Lace: Simple, Sophisticated Knitted Garments" is changing that. It is clearly laid out, the tips are both helpful and interesting, the patterns range from easy to more challenging. There are full garment patterns as well as accessories (like socks, arm warmers, and a headband), so it's easy to find a project to suit any knitter. This is a really well rounded book that I would recommend to both those new to lace knitting and seasoned pros.
6 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Fabulous Debut! 1 septembre 2014
Par Corrina - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I’ve known about this book for a very, very long time. I saw the proposal sketches and swatches for this book when she pitched it to Interweave. I’ve seen pictures of probably every single design in progress. We’ve done late night texting sessions as she burned the midnight oil finishing projects. So I know it was a labor of love. So I figure the best way to review it is just to tell you what I love best. And also to encourage you to take a look at this book even if you are a lace beginner. Heather has an amazing companion dvd from Interweave that will help you get started on your lace knitting adventures.
Hands-down, the Conestoga Tunic is my favorite pattern in the book. I love the open lacework and shoulders, and I’m obsessed with layering pieces lately. Also the linen yarn would give it lots of wearability here down South.
My second favorite is the Kirkwood Vest. Again with the layering pieces, of course! This is perfect for those in between weather days, and the silky merino yarn is one of my all time favorites.
The book contains a lot of sidebars and helpful information that will help out even experienced lace knitters. And it gives dedicated shawl knitters a new way to apply their lace knitting mastery to beautiful garments and non-shawl accessories!
5 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Everyday lace for practical, everyday garments! 5 octobre 2014
Par Helen Kaelin - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle
Let me preface this first by saying that I know the author. Let me further preface this by saying that I don't care how familiar I am with someone, if I don't like their work, they do not get my dollar bills.
That being said, I really LOVE this book. I intended to get it for the cover pattern alone, but after digging through I see 5 or 6 things I would love to make. I am not a big lace knitter.... In fact, the concept scared the tar out of me as a knitter. But when I saw that you could incorporate simple lace elements in to garments beyond scarves or shawls (not a big fan of shawls), I decided to give it a shot.
Others have listed what's available, so I won't repeat it. But I am now planning on some new socks and a nice pullover for the beach in addition thanks to this book.
If you're sick of frilly lace things, or nervous about attempting your first lace piece, this is a good place to start your new obsession.
5 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Elegant and stylish patterns for everyday wear 1 septembre 2014
Par Donna - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I love knitting books, and I buy a lot of them. Most of the ones I buy are for reading stories and studying techniques. Every once in a while I find a book that has patterns I want to knit for myself. Heather’s book is one of those. Yes, it has basic lace knitting instructions and tips and it also has a techniques glossary in the back. It has what I consider visual stories in the beautiful photography of rustic scenes and structures that are in the background of the garment photos as well as on their own to add a bit of everyday charm to the book as a whole. These photos remind me of my favorite poem by William Carlos Williams, The Hard Core of Beauty, which begins:

The most marvelous is not
the beauty, deep as that is
but the classic attempt
at beauty,
at the swamp’s center: the
dead-end highway, abandoned
when the new bridge went in finally.
There, either side an entry
from which, burned by the sun,
the paint is peeling–
two potted geraniums.

Heather’s designs are juxtaposed against this “classic attempt at beauty,” and they are truly beautiful in their simplicity and elegance–even though they are casual and meant to be worn every day.

There are many small projects, like the Akron Cowl as well as socks, hats, and fingerless gloves, which are perfect for learning lace stitches and getting in some practice. The all-season sweaters combine lace with plain sections for a very elegant look that won’t overwhelm even newer lace knitters. The Bellemont Cardigan is my favorite, but I’m also in love with several of the summer sweaters (which I’d wear all year round since I have hot flashes.) And then there’s the Narvon Wrap, which is definitely on my bucket list!

Whether you’re new to lace knitting or an experience lace knitter, this book will give you projects that you’ll enjoy knitting, wearing, and giving as gifts. I hope you’ll take some time to check it out.
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