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Milarrochy Heids

TT
825
.H38
D38
2018

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Milarrochy Heids

Davies, Kate.

Scotland : Date Davies Designs Ltd., c2018.

100 p. : col. ill. ; 26 x 21 cm.

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Kate Davies loves hat knitting, and when she developed Milarrochy Tweed, a yarn named after one of her favorite Loch Lomond locations, she knew it was time to create a book of hat designs. Milarrochy Tweed's complex, tonal shades make it ideal for color work of all kinds, so Kate invited twelve friend to join her in the challenge of creating a range of hats of rich variety and hue. Heid is the Scots word for head, and inside these pages you will find fifteen fabulous heids to choose from. From Ute Vos's simple stripes to Virginia Sattler-Reimer's complex kaleidoscopic crown; from Felicity Ford's exuberant Featherheid to Emily Williams' stunning double knitted Tarradale, the heids in these pages are as varied as their creators. Established designers such as Ella Gordon and Dianna Walla meet emerging talent like Justyna Haberkowa and Sarah Mackay, drawing creative inspiration from landscape and location, flora and fauna, childhood memory and medieval architecture. With an introduction by Kate, ad stunning photography around Loch Lomond by Tom Barr, this book is sure to bring you a warm and happy heid.

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ISBN:

978-1-916503-20-5

Author:

Davies, Kate.

Title:

Milarrochy Heids / by Kate Davies.

Publisher:

Scotland : Date Davies Designs Ltd., c2018.

Physical:

100 p. : col. ill. ; 26 x 21 cm.

Summary:

Kate Davies loves hat knitting, and when she developed Milarrochy Tweed, a yarn named after one of her favorite Loch Lomond locations, she knew it was time to create a book of hat designs. Milarrochy Tweed's complex, tonal shades make it ideal for color work of all kinds, so Kate invited twelve friend to join her in the challenge of creating a range of hats of rich variety and hue. Heid is the Scots word for head, and inside these pages you will find fifteen fabulous heids to choose from. From Ute Vos's simple stripes to Virginia Sattler-Reimer's complex kaleidoscopic crown; from Felicity Ford's exuberant Featherheid to Emily Williams' stunning double knitted Tarradale, the heids in these pages are as varied as their creators. Established designers such as Ella Gordon and Dianna Walla meet emerging talent like Justyna Haberkowa and Sarah Mackay, drawing creative inspiration from landscape and location, flora and fauna, childhood memory and medieval architecture. With an introduction by Kate, ad stunning photography around Loch Lomond by Tom Barr, this book is sure to bring you a warm and happy heid.

Subject:

Knitting--Hats.

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020 ISBN   $a ISBN  978-1-916503-20-5
100 ME:PersonalName   $a Personal name  Davies, Kate.
245 Title $a Title  Milarrochy Heids /
    $c Statement of responsibility  by Kate Davies.
260 PublicationInfo   $a Place of publication, dist.  Scotland :
    $b Name of publisher, dist, etc  Date Davies Designs Ltd.,
    $c Date of publication, dist, etc  c2018.
300 Physical Desc   $a Extent  100 p. :
    $b Other physical details  col. ill. ;
    $c Dimensions  26 x 21 cm.
520 Summary   $a Summary, etc. note  Kate Davies loves hat knitting, and when she developed Milarrochy Tweed, a yarn named after one of her favorite Loch Lomond locations, she knew it was time to create a book of hat designs. Milarrochy Tweed's complex, tonal shades make it ideal for color work of all kinds, so Kate invited twelve friend to join her in the challenge of creating a range of hats of rich variety and hue. Heid is the Scots word for head, and inside these pages you will find fifteen fabulous heids to choose from. From Ute Vos's simple stripes to Virginia Sattler-Reimer's complex kaleidoscopic crown; from Felicity Ford's exuberant Featherheid to Emily Williams' stunning double knitted Tarradale, the heids in these pages are as varied as their creators. Established designers such as Ella Gordon and Dianna Walla meet emerging talent like Justyna Haberkowa and Sarah Mackay, drawing creative inspiration from landscape and location, flora and fauna, childhood memory and medieval architecture. With an introduction by Kate, ad stunning photography around Loch Lomond by Tom Barr, this book is sure to bring you a warm and happy heid.
541 Acq Source Note   $a Source of acquisition  MN Knitters Guild.
650 Subj:Topic   $a Topical term  Knitting
    $x General subdivision  Hats.
852 Holdings   $a Location  TC
    $h Classification part  TT 825 .H38 D38 2018
    $p Barcode  82228
    $9 Cost  $24.95

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