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10 thoughts on “A Treasury of Knitting Patterns

  1. says:

    Knitting porn, pure and simple Hundreds of patterns, grouped thematically, with pictures, techical info, and the inimitable Walker commentary You WANT this book.


  2. says:

    Awesome book I got it from the library, but I am adding it to my wish list because it is a great reference for fun pattern ideas.


  3. says:

    If you knit, and cannot afford many books, A Treasury of Knitting Patterns, by Barbara G Walker would be one that I would recommend buying There are hundreds of knitting patterns and if you want to make a knitted item look different changing the pattern from stockinette stitch to something less familiar is one of the easiest ways to personalize your knitting If you have a large budget, you could buy all of Barbara Walker s knitting and knitting pattern books I in particular enjoy Knitting From the Top.


  4. says:

    Llega un d a en la vida de toda persona que teje en el que quiere hacer algo m s original o experimental y no seguir patrones de tejido, sino crear sus propios dise os o modificar algunos Para ese d a, est hecho este libro y los otros tres de la serie Hay tantas puntadas que seguro encuentras alguna para tu pr ximo proyecto.


  5. says:

    A fantastic book about knitting Well laid out with a delightful, wide array of patterns styles catering to all knitting levels Barbara Walker has done an incredible service with these Treasuries and they should be in every knitters collection.


  6. says:

    Great reference book


  7. says:

    Love it Now I just have to find the rest of the books


  8. says:

    All of her Treasuries are important stitch reference books, and no knitting library is complete without them.


  9. says:

    This book is wonderful I still have a scarf length swatch I knit from it in the early 1980s, a few inches of each pattern that caught my eye My comments about the pattern i.e boring , works up easy, lots of vertical stretch, and such are scribbled in next to the pictures This book and any in the series are a great resource, and I come back to them again and again.PS While Barbara G Walker was working on her knitting books, and knitting in general, she read while she knit, with research materials propped open in front of her All that research years of it ultimately became The Woman s Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets That book is as important a resource in my feminist spiritual studies as this book is in my knitting I remember reading an interview in which Walker described using a cookbook holder a plexiglas frame designed to hold a large cookbook open but also protect its pages from splashes to hold books open as she knit Lately I read downloaded books on my computer screen as I knit.


  10. says:

    Virginia Woolf has said All women together ought to let flowers fall upon the tomb of Aphra Behn, for it was she who earned them the right to speak their minds Nevermind Aphra Behn and her noble savage bullshit that s for another review, but Barbara Walker is to knitters what Virginia Woolf claims Aphra Behn is to womankind Thanks to her we have 4 4 beautiful encyclopedias of patterns, us knitters can design and knit whatever is on our minds, and all the easily thanks to her other ingenious contributions charted design and knitting top down I love you Barbara, even though after moving to Florida you ve hung up your needles, and collect rocks instead see Vogue Knitting Anniversary issue from Summer 2007.


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