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Minnies: Quickknits for Babies and Toddlers

Minnies: Quickknits for Babies and Toddlers (Paperback)

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With more than 20 charming creations for youngsters from birth to three, this playful collection of knitwear for stylish little ones will get knitters' needles clicking. Designs are aimed at knitters of all levels, and the book includes an introductory section so that even a first-time knitter can make one of the adorable ensembles. The projects utilise big needles and bulky yarn, making these patterns rewarding and less time-consuming. Included are a snuggly kimono and bunting for a layette, jackets and sweaters for outdoor adventures, and hats and booties for toddlers' tops and toes. Charming details like bobbles, spirals, ruffles, and tassels enhance the simple pattern shapes, infusing them with unmistakable whimsy.

Jil Eaton is an internationally acclaimed knitwear designer, known for her designs that uniquely blend classic style with an irresistible air of whimsy. After a multifaceted art education at Skidmore College, Colby College, and the Harvard Graduate School of Design, Jil Eaton ran her own graphic design enterprise, Small Pond Studios, for fifteen years before combining her artistic expertise with her love of knitting. Since 1990 she has published and distributed worldwide a collection of chic and charming hand-knitting patterns under the Minnowknits label. A veteran knitter and designer, Jil publishes her annual collections, writes books, and regularly designs for Vogue Knitting International, as well as other knitting magazines. She is the author of six popular knitting books, including PuppyKnits, After Dark, and SimpleChic.

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