by: Tall Yarns
by Helen Deighan & Linda de Ruiter. Packed full of useful information, this book is a great read and highly recommended for anyone who wants to learn more about dyeing yarn for knitting. The information is clear and concise and the lovely patterns are an extra added attraction.
Below are some examples of pages from the book.
96 pages, full colour
A4 size, Spiral-bound
Dye One Knit One is the fifth book by Helen Deighan, author of Dyeing in Plastic Bags and Magic Dyeing made Easy.
The book contains 8 chapters describing different techniques to dye animal fibres and 11 knitting patterns, ranging from easy to advanced.
The Dyeing Tabard is another overpiece in the Layercake line-up. It creates an equally effective yet strikingly different silhouette to the Knitting Smock, as the points of the bottom hem...
The Knitting Smock was the first installment of a small (yet perfectly formed!) range of Tales: over-pieces that make you look funky, keep you clean and can be thrown over...
These Summer-weight shawls contain 7% Cashmere for added warmth, as well as 50% acrylic, 33% wool and 10% tencel. They are sumptuously soft and their fibre blend should make them...