Wilderness Knits for the Home

£16.95

Available for Pre-order. Due November 2022.
Wilderness Knits for the Home Author: Format: Hardback First Published: Published By: HarperCollins Publishers
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Pages: 176 Language: English ISBN: 9781911682769 Categories: ,

Wilderness Knits for the Home is Linka Neumann’s second book, showcasing a stunning collection of homeware knits to make while embracing the Scandinavian spirit and cosying up next to a warm fire. After the success of Wilderness Knits, with its cosy jumpers and cardigans set against the backdrop of the Norwegian landscape, Linka brings us gorgeous wall hangings, cushions, blankets (including for your dog!) and more. Once again, set in the stunning Norwegian countryside, the book inspires you to knit these beautiful creations and embrace the aesthetic of the Scandinavian wilderness. As ever, Linka uses her environment to inspire her as well as animals from the snowy north – with dogs, orcas, polar bears and reindeers finding their way into her designs. If making jumpers and cardigans with Scandi-style yokes feels too complicated for you, these simpler shapes of squares and rectangles will give you the confidence to make your own creations with similar designs. Including 27 projects – all with knitting diagrams and inspirational photography – you will be knitting presents for all your friends and family as well as for your own home in no time.

Weight0.27 kg

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Praise for Wilderness Knits: 'These knits will keep ramblers warm and dry for a lifetime of adventuring' - Let's Knit 'Super-cosy jumpers and cardigans' - The Knitter 'Exceptional pieces' -The Scandi Edit

Author Biography

Linka Neumann is a knitting designer who is known for her beautiful Scandinavian-style jumpers and cardigans, which led to her first book Wilderness Knits selling over 100,000 copies. She is inspired by the outdoors - especially her local surroundings in the Norwegian countryside - and the animals that live there. Her books have co-editions in Germany, Russia, Netherlands, Sweden and Finland. You can follow her at @linka.neumann on Instagram.