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Knit the sky

Lea Redmond

Knit the sky

cultivate your creativity with a playful way of knitting

by Lea Redmond

  • 53 Want to read
  • 19 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Patterns,
  • Knitting,
  • Psychological aspects

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementLea Redmond ; illustrated by Lauren Nassef
    ContributionsNassef, Lauren
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTT820 .R395 2015
    The Physical Object
    Pagination168 pages
    Number of Pages168
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27194103M
    ISBN 101612123333
    ISBN 109781612123332
    LC Control Number2015010745
    OCLC/WorldCa905801793

    Find items like Knit The Sky Hardcover Book at Acorn. Capture inspiring times in your life in the hand-knit mementos described in this book: a height chart scarf for a baby, adding inches yearly to create an ultimate 18th-birthday gift, or color-themed postcards you knit while traveling. Instant heirlooms await, with complete instructions and patterns. Books and Patterns > Knit the Sky. Knit the Sky: Quantity: Add to Cart Author Lea Redmond offers 32 enchanting projects that will inspire you to create beautiful finished pieces full of personal meaning and memories. Stock up on shades of blue, gray, and white and knit one strip of a scarf each day for a year, using the color that matches the.

    Knit the sky each day by adding a two-row stripe to match the color of that day’s sky. Sky Scarves from "Knit the Sky" (c) Lea Redmond. Illustrations by (c) Lauren Nassef. - Explore mormorx4's board "Knit the Sky" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Knitting patterns, Knit crochet and Crochet projects.8 pins.

    These are knitting projects like no other, resulting in one-of-a-kind heirlooms that tell a story only you can tell. Redmond provides instructions for all the stitches and techniques you need, as well as required patterns. Author Biography Lea Redmond is the author of Wonder Hunt, Knit the Sky, and the best-selling "Write Now. Read Later. Get this from a library! Knit the sky: cultivate your creativity with a playful way of knitting. [Lea Redmond] -- Record the beauty and emotion of everyday experiences--not on the paper pages of your journal but on the soft and woolly surface of your knitting. Lea .


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About the Author Lea Redmond, author of Knit the Sky, creates art projects, books, and participatory projects that invite people to experience life Knit the sky book playful and thoughtful new ways. She is the creator of the World's Smallest Post Service and founder of Leafcutter Designs, a creative studio in Berkeley, California/5(35).

The entire title is: Knit the Sky: A Playful Way of Knitting. It gives crafters a new way to look at life around them, through their knitting needles. There are a total of 32 creative crafts in this book which will stay with the knitter for a lifetime/5(65). " Knit The Sky is different from any knitting book I've ever seen.

Think of it as a journal of your life, not with pen and paper, but with knitting needles. And the stunning illustrations are by one of my favorites, the amazing Lauren Nassef." --Lisa Congdon, artist + author + illustrator4/5(15).

Knit The Sky is the most charming knitting book I've had the pleasure to read. Lea Redmond's big heart meets her knitting needles and reminds us that the sky's the limit--in knitting and in life.

Lea Redmond's big heart meets her knitting needles and reminds us that the sky's the limit--in knitting and in life. The first project, the titular "Knit the Sky," sets up the premise: knitters will use sky-colored yarns to replicate the day's sky, creating a scarf over a long period of time.

When the project is complete, it's a wearable record of the weather in a particular time and : Storey Books. Knit the Sky Cultivate Your Creativity with a Playful Way of Knitting. Lea Redmond. $; $; Publisher Description “Different from any knitting book I’ve ever seen.

Think of it as a journal of your life, not with pen and paper, but with knitting needles” (Lisa Congdon.

Compassionate Knitting: Finding Basic Goodness in the Work of Our Hands is a knitting book unlike any other. The 20 original-design projects included in this book range from small accessory items and. Yes, Knit The Sky is a book of knitting projects, but even more than that it’s a book about how to turn any activity into a meaningful, delightful adventure.

I like to tell people that they can read my book and design breakfasts, or date nights, or play dates for their kiddos. “In this charming book, Lea Redmond puts her big heart into creative knitting projects. She reminds us that the sky’s the limit—in knitting and in life.” —Ann Hood, author of The Knitting Circle “Not your usual book about knitting [It] aspires to turn on your creativity, to /5(11).

This book, "Knit the Sky" has dozens of whimsical, thoughtful idea, such as The Monster Under the Bed, a knit-in-the-dark concept for dealing with insomnia; and knitting a pencil skirt, using pencils as knitting needles.

If you're ready to incorporate imagination and fun into your knitting, this book is for you!/5(27). This book, "Knit the Sky" has dozens of whimsical, thoughtful idea, such as The Monster Under the Bed, a knit-in-the-dark concept for dealing with insomnia; and knitting a pencil skirt, using pencils as knitting needles.

If you're ready to incorporate imagination and fun into your knitting, this book /5(31). Knit the Sky: Cultivate Your Creativity with a Playful Way of Knitting User Review - Book Verdict. Artist Redmond (cofounder, Leafcutter Designs) invites knitters to explore the world around them, telling their stories with yarn and needles.

The entire title is: Knit the Sky: A Playful Way of Knitting. It gives crafters a new way to look at life around them, through their knitting needles. There are a total of 32 creative crafts in this book which will stay with the knitter for a lifetime.4/5. Knit the Sky is the most charming knitting book I’ve had the pleasure to read.

In it, Lea Redmond’s big heart meets her knitting needles and reminds us that the sky's the limit — in knitting and in life. Ann Hood author of The Knitting Circle [ Knit the Sky is] thoroughly unexpected, deeply charming, and a lot of fun.

Look up from your knitting needles and explore the world around you. That's the mantra of Lea Redmond, the creative instigator behind Knit the Sky.

Challenging herself to capture the changing colors of the sky in her knitting, Redmond loaded up her yarn basket with shades of blue, gray, and white and set out to knit a strip reflecting each day's shades. In days, she imagines having a one. Having read many knitting books in the past, I thought I knew what to expect from ‘Knit The Sky’.

If I turned to a random page, I would find a photograph of a finished project, and the precise instructions for how I could replicate that same item.

This, however, was not the case. You will find very few definite instructions in this book. Knit the Sky: Cultivate Your Creativity with a Playful Way of Knitting by Lea Redmond (Goodreads Author) avg rating — ratings — published — 3 editions Want to Read saving.

Knit the Sky begins with an invitation to look up from your needles and to bring your attention to the world around you.

Yes, it is a book of knitting "patterns", but they are patterns with a twist - your own sense of 'whimsy and adventure' are required. In fact, this book is a proposal to explore ways to creatively engage with your knitting.

A place to talk knitting, rate knitting books, worship your favorite designers, list your knitting links. Ravelry Kindlers — members — last activity PM This is a group for members of the Kindle Corner forum at to find each other and become friends over here/5.

Knit the Sky: Every day, knit a stripe in colors that match that particular day's sky, slowly creating your own wearable weather history. Patchwork Postcards:When you travel, knit colorful swatches to remind you of the places you visit.

Piece them together in a patchwork-postcard throw.4/5(1). Knit the Sky by Lea Redmond is one of those books. It encourages you to undertake projects that go beyond the choosing of pattern and yarn and invites you to pour your own experiences and environment into a project to infuse it with meaning and sentiment.

"Knit the sky" is not your usual book about knitting. It's not just a book of patterns or a book about a certain technique with patterns to support it.

This is a book that aspires to turn on your Author: Pam Mackenzie.Lea Redmond is the author of Wonder Hunt, Knit the Sky, and the best-selling "Write Later. Treasure Forever." keepsake journal series that includes Letters To My Future Self and Letters to My Love.

She is the founder and lead designer for Leafcutter Designs, a creative studio best known for its World’s Smallest Post Service teeny tiny letters.