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Everyday Style by Lotta Jansdotter
Journeys in Natural Dyeing shares the story of Kristine Vejar and Adrienne Rodriguez’s travels to four countries, Iceland, Mexico, Japan, and Indonesia, where they visited natural dyers who use their locally-sourced dyes in dramatically different environments to create textiles that evoke beauty, a connection to the land on which they live, and showcase their mastery of skill. This book includes profiles of the artists met. In this book, you will learn how-to: + create the widest palette possible using dye sourced locally through shifts in pH, the use of iron water, combining dyes, and using naturally-colored fibers + identify and gather mushrooms for dyeing + grow, harvest, compost, and ferment Persicaria tinctoria (indigo) based upon 100 square feet of space + extract indigo pigment from Persicaria tinctoria to use at a later date + use plant-based mordants + create concentrates from locally sourced barks and leaves, such as Birch and Maple, for room-temperature dyeing + and more!$29.99
Add personality, sentiment, and coziness to your kitchen with Easy Knit Dishcloths. Don't underestimate the effect knitting your own dishcloths can have on a space! Easy Knit Dishcloths offers 13 designs that are a great way to practice knitting, try a new yarn, or use some of your stash, and create a beautiful supply of colorful, environmentally friendly, reusable cloths for cleaning, display, and gifting. Even if you've never knit before, our beginning projects are the perfect introduction to this craft. To help beginners get started and to refresh more experienced knitters, the “Knitting School” teaches the featured stitches step-by-step. With designs ranging from very simple to more challenging, knitters at all skill levels will find designs they’ll love to make.$12.99
It's the latest book from Woolbuddy with 20 irresistibly simple needle felting projects! In this book, Jackie will walk you through the process to needle felt a wide-eyed owl, a toothy shark, a fuzzy sheep, a towering giraffe, and much more! With step-by-step instructions and helpful how-to photographs, crafters can create clutchable keepsakes to be instantly enjoyed and forever cherished.$18.95
Knitting is an excellent handcraft and something people love the world over. For crafting newbies, knitting can seem highly daunting: you need needles (but what size?), yarn (but what weight?), and a pattern (but what kind?), and very quickly knitting can start to resemble another language, tricky to navigate and even harder to master. Knit a Hat teaches you everything you need to know about the previously scary craft: the needles you’ll need, the yarn to use, and tried-and-true techniques to get you started, keep you going, and help you wrap everything up. Alanna Okun is an expert knitter and oﬀers very accessible instructions: Her idea of starting with a hat rather than a long scarf is sure to make this book easy for even the wariest of beginners. Building on our crafting how-to series, Alanna welcomes readers into the knitting community and invites them to knit a hat with conﬁdence. (Paperback, September, 2020)$16.99