[KINDLE] ❥ Woodland Knits: 20 enchanting projects to make and share ➛ Stephanie Dosen – Iphoneleaks.co.uk


  • Paperback
  • 128 pages
  • Woodland Knits: 20 enchanting projects to make and share
  • Stephanie Dosen
  • 21 August 2019
  • 1627100245

10 thoughts on “Woodland Knits: 20 enchanting projects to make and share

  1. says:

    Note If you ve seen this review before please don t think I ve turned into a review bumper looking for votes This is just one of those books I ll be revisiting and updating as I knit up patterns from the book I knit even slower than I read so you ll probably only see it bumped once a yearThere are some absolutely beautiful and charming projects in this book but there s some strange stuff too But that s always the case with books like these, isn t it I can t wait to make the fringed dust Note If you ve seen this review before please don t think I ve turned into a review bumper looking for votes This is just one of those books I ll be revisiting and updating as I knit up patterns from the book I knit even slower than I read so you ll probably only see it bumped once a yearThere are some absolutely beautiful and charming projects in this book but there s some strange stuff too But that s always the case with books like these, isn t it I can t wait to make the fringed duster, the legwarmers, the gypsy petticoat, seedpod purse and the wishing scarf but I might have to pass on the antler hat and the dragon watcher s hood seriously it s just a hood, it s cute but where s the rest of it Some of these projects would be gorgeous for photos and costume parties or jaunts through the woods if you re looking for fairies while picking berries but I can t see them being worn daily and I m too lazy to put that much work into something that my kid will only wear once or twice There are enough projects in this book that I m dying to knit up to make the cost of the book a bargain but I m a bit strange style wise so you need to keep that in mind I like fringe and flowy, nature inspired styles and this book has plenty of that Your best bet is going to ravelry.com but you ll need to sign up it s free feel free to friend me and checking out all of the patterns before purchasing You can also check out the designers website at Tiny Owl Knits I ll writeand post some pictures of the projects when I knit up a few and have access to a real computer UPDATE Sept 2015 I m finally getting around to knitting something from this quirky little book I started knitting up the juniper wishing scarf with some doubled up cotton yarn but have since switched to a chunky acrylic because the cotton needle size was hurting my hands This is how far I got before ripping it out It s a super easy cable repeat so I can get it done while watching tv and not feel like I m wasting so much time This is what it may look like when I ve finished Would you wear it UPDATE NOVEMBER 2015 Here s mine, finally finished This sucker is heavy If I were ever to knit it again, I d pick a lighter yarn It s nice and toasty warm and it s FREEZING here today, so I m pretty happy with it It was super easy to knit but my hands hurt I cut down the fringe a few inches from what the pattern required because that fringe was out of control Currently working on some Man Hats not from this book but will update this review soonish


  2. says:

    If I m honest I have to tell you I still read fairy tales and I like them best of all Audrey HepburnAh, fairy tales We all loved them as a child, and now, as children at heart, who doesn t love them still Stephanie at Tiny Owl Knits harkens back to fairy tales with her book Woodland Knits and any lover of the lighthearted and fairy like is sure to love this collection of fairytale knits Why, you can even learn to make your own fairy wings There are 21 knitted beauties in this collectio If I m honest I have to tell you I still read fairy tales and I like them best of all Audrey HepburnAh, fairy tales We all loved them as a child, and now, as children at heart, who doesn t love them still Stephanie at Tiny Owl Knits harkens back to fairy tales with her book Woodland Knits and any lover of the lighthearted and fairy like is sure to love this collection of fairytale knits Why, you can even learn to make your own fairy wings There are 21 knitted beauties in this collection, and there is sure to be something here or several somethings for you to love, and which fit your knitting skill set I am making O My Bear right now no, I won t knit the ears, but the rest of it You bet I am using Plymouth Yarn s Encore Tweed Worsted doubled, so it is working up quickly The bear will be done in worsted weight as well, except for the brown grey part of the bear, which I am using a wooly yarn on to give it texture Pics will show up when I am done Free Rapunzel Is the next thing I want to make so cute The Woodland Hoodlet is also on my list, but I am going to have to spin up the yarn for that before I make it It is knitted with super bulky yarn Stephanie recommends Rowan Big Wool but I have several pounds of a nice merino that I got from Holly at Blue Barn Fiber that I want to dye and spin up Haven t decided on a colour yet The instructions are well written, the patterns are darling, and if you need help, all you have to do is email Stephanie and she gets back to you quick like a bunny If you like to knit, this is a great, fun book, full of everything from the simple to thefiddly but realistically, everything is easy enough that, with a bit of thought there is nothing here you can t make


  3. says:

    The first time I heard of Stephanie Dosen, someone referred to her as the Fairy Princess of knitting I ve been following her on Ravelry ever since and I was beyond thrilled to get this book from my brother for Christmas Yes, the patterns inside are different They look like squirrels knitted them for wood nymphs to wear They are beautiful, and interesting, and unique I have already made a few of the patterns and I have found them to be clear, well organized, and easy to follow I like that s The first time I heard of Stephanie Dosen, someone referred to her as the Fairy Princess of knitting I ve been following her on Ravelry ever since and I was beyond thrilled to get this book from my brother for Christmas Yes, the patterns inside are different They look like squirrels knitted them for wood nymphs to wear They are beautiful, and interesting, and unique I have already made a few of the patterns and I have found them to be clear, well organized, and easy to follow I like that some of them are a bit challenging and may even include a little crochet which terrified me initially, but I got through it The overall quality of the book itself is impressive I love that every single pattern has multiple full colour photos and include some variations


  4. says:

    I love tinyowlknits on Ravelry, so I m not surprised that this book is so good Everything in it is beautiful even if some of it is too cutesy for me all the photography was done outside all the best stuff is , and it was printed on recycled paper I could honestly just look at this book all day, it s so pretty I think even people who don t knit would enjoy looking at it I m going to make the Birch Scarf right away.


  5. says:

    Woodlands Knits is purely about providing knitters with amazing patterns that can t be found anywhere else You know how some people can pore over a cookbook as light reading before bed, reading every detail and getting excited Well, that s me with this book The patterns are gorgeous The design of the book is eye catching, and easy to navigate, and it would be a wonderful addition to any craft shelf.Also, if you d rather just look at the patterns and purchase the ones you re interested in, St Woodlands Knits is purely about providing knitters with amazing patterns that can t be found anywhere else You know how some people can pore over a cookbook as light reading before bed, reading every detail and getting excited Well, that s me with this book The patterns are gorgeous The design of the book is eye catching, and easy to navigate, and it would be a wonderful addition to any craft shelf.Also, if you d rather just look at the patterns and purchase the ones you re interested in, Stephanie has also listed them on Ravelry Really, take a peek at them here And also look at how nicely other people have knitted these up That s definitely my favourite part of Ravelry Rated 3 5 because I wouldn t use most of the patterns in this book, but the ones I like, I really like D


  6. says:

    So I love fall and winter and their respective aesthetics And I love the woods going in with my best friend is honestly one of the best feelings in the world.I don t really know why I said that but my thoughts on this book are that while all the patterns are beautiful and really well thought out most of them aren t for me I don t really like wearing cute animal inspired clothes I wearmonotone and masculine clothes There was a couple patterns that I might try to tweak But I loved So I love fall and winter and their respective aesthetics And I love the woods going in with my best friend is honestly one of the best feelings in the world.I don t really know why I said that but my thoughts on this book are that while all the patterns are beautiful and really well thought out most of them aren t for me I don t really like wearing cute animal inspired clothes I wearmonotone and masculine clothes There was a couple patterns that I might try to tweak But I loved all the pictures and the patterns were awesome for people who like that style


  7. says:

    I ve followed Tiny Owl Knits on Ravelry for a while, so kinda know the sort of pattern I d be getting here There s a lot of whimsy and cute quirks in her designs which mean I either REALLY want to make them or can t imagine ever considering it This book hit both Beautiful photographs and fun comments from the designer Seem like clear instructions, though I haven t had a chance to make anything yet.Patterns I d personally make Woodland HoodletMeow MittsCatching Butterflies LOVE this oneSpiri I ve followed Tiny Owl Knits on Ravelry for a while, so kinda know the sort of pattern I d be getting here There s a lot of whimsy and cute quirks in her designs which mean I either REALLY want to make them or can t imagine ever considering it This book hit both Beautiful photographs and fun comments from the designer Seem like clear instructions, though I haven t had a chance to make anything yet.Patterns I d personally make Woodland HoodletMeow MittsCatching Butterflies LOVE this oneSpirit of the Birch


  8. says:

    More like 1 1 2 stars The woodsey fairy theme and cutesy copy were too much for me I like my knitting books to less fanciful, as hand knits take so much time and expense I don t want my work to quickly become an old trend There are about 20 some projects in this book only one sweater and one poncho, the rest being accessories hats, scarves, mitts, hoods Despite the plentiful photos, the duster, poncho, and sweater are lacking photos of the back sides.


  9. says:

    What a lucky find This came into the library bookstore so I snagged it immediately.Some very quirky and delightful projects I ve marked off 3 to try for sure.


  10. says:

    Unique and interesting but nothing I want to knit.


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