Add a new dimension to your knitting with the application of shibori, the ancient Japanese process of introducing resistant elements into textiles. Knitters who already love knitted felt for its softness and durability will take their skills to new heights with the addition of fanciful beads, pleats, ruffles, and embroidery stitches.
Create something different for your home or yourself, including a delicate beaded and frilled scarf, a pleated cape, an embossed throw, a "bubble" texture bag, a rosebud scarf, and much more.
Also included: felting basics; yarn types and equipment needed; washing temperature charts and step-by-step instructions.
- Published in 2008 by Interweave Press
- Used book, in good condition, edges show some wear