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by Hannah Simpson

  • Author: Hannah Simpson
  • ISBN: 0762444177
  • ISBN13: 978-0762444175
  • ePub: 1715 kb | FB2: 1161 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Crafts & Hobbies
  • Publisher: Running Press (August 7, 2012)
  • Pages: 128
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 912
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Knitmare on Elm Street: 20 Projects that Go Bump in the Night ePub download

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Knitmare on Elm Street offers an edgy and imaginative collection of knitting projects.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Perfect for the fall/Halloween season. Lara Neel, The Journal Gazette Knitmare on Elm Street: 20 Projects That Go Bump in the Night by Hannah Simpson is a blast even if you're not already into knitting dolls, creepy stuff, or zombie egg cozies. If you're not into these things, what is WRONG with you?). It's not just Hannah's acknowledgement of Romero in the back of the book, the cute/creepy factor of using doweling rods for a zombie marionette, or the finger puppets that belong in a sideshow.

Knitmare on Elm Street book. Ghoulishly inclined knitting enthusiasts can create a diverse range of creepy crafts, from cuddly toys and Knitmare on Elm Street offers an edgy and imaginative collection of knitting projects.

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This is fabulous because it opens the book up to a wider audience; even if you don’t know how to knit, you can learn the proper technique just be reading the picture tutorials. And what better way to practice knitting than by making your own Abominable Snowman? (Yep, there’s a pattern for that inside too-it’s actually really cute).

Hannah Simpson has created armies of knitted zombies and classic horror .

Hannah Simpson has created armies of knitted zombies and classic horror characters which have appeared in print worldwide and are distributed online.

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Knitmare on Elm Street" offers an edgy and imaginative collection of knitting projects. Ghoulishly inclined knitting enthusiasts can create a diverse range of creepy crafts, from cuddly toys and miniature dioramas to 3Dknitted pictures, laptop cosies, and cushion covers. Clear instructions written in a down-to-earth and humorous tone make the projects uncomplicated for beginners.

Twenty evil projects, ranging from freak-show oddities to carnival curios Each project has full and detailed instructions, but there are tips a-plenty on customising your evil knitted items.

Twenty evil projects, ranging from freak-show oddities to carnival curios. This book includes instructions for knitting a voodoo doll, gravestones, ghosts, cymbal-clashing monkeys, freakshow finger puppets, creepy clowns, zombies and many more fiendish characters. The patterns included in the book assume a basic level of knitting skill including casting on and off, knit stitch, purl stitch, increases, decreases and knitting in the round.

Knitmare on Elm Street offers an edgy and imaginative collection of knitting projects. Perfect for the fall/Halloween season, it shows an alternative take on the traditional craft designed to appeal to the modern knitter in search of something a little different.

Ghoulishly inclined knitting enthusiasts can create a diverse range of creepy crafts, from cuddly toys and miniature dioramas to 3Dknitted pictures, laptop cosies, and cushion covers. Clear instructions written in a down-to-earth and humorous tone make the projects uncomplicated for beginners. Tips on how to incorporate light, sound, and trickier techniques into the projects allow the more advanced to take their knitting to the next spooky dimension.

Projects include: a plush monkey with miniature cymbals, ventriloquist's dummy hand puppet, Haitian voodoo doll, sideshow carnival finger puppet theater, and a spinning monster carousel with optional light and sound effects, and much more.

komandante
I am a huge fan of horror movies and a knitter. Bring those two things together and you know this book gets five stars from me.
The patterns are adorably frightening, in a fun way. I don't usually knit toys, but I had to have this book to read and look at the wonderful pictures. I really did laugh out loud at parts of the book.
I would love to make or have SO many of the patterns in the book but if I never do- it's still a book that I enjoy having on the shelf.
Even the name is clever.
You can also check out what patterns are included, on Ravelry, before you buy.
Asher
Received book in really good condition, with lots of cool projects and the price could not have been any better for what I received.
Washington
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Steamy Ibis
The patterns are so fun. It's perfect for my grandkids. I'm a horror movie freak so this is perfect for me also.
Darkshaper
Thrilled with book. Just as described.
Seller shipped it out fast.
Ynap
This is one of the cutest books I've picked up in a long time. I laughed so hard when I found it, I knew I had to have it. I've made the whole haunted house diorama and the shrunken head. The instructions are easy to follow, and they do a good job describing different techniques that I've had a hard time finding explanations of. I intend on knitting several more of the projects in this book. I definitely need a knitted Nosferatu!

This is certainly not for beginners, however it is good for the self-taught knitter. It shows joining, changing colors, mattress stitch, simple knit and purl, increasing/decreasing/shaping and a number of other techniques. It even has a quick tutorial on using LEDs in your project. Very useful, and lots of fun!
Dilkree
The stuff in here is redonkulously cute! I wish I would have bought it sooner. I mean seriously....how can you resist a nosferatu doll or a "Ferdy" hand puppet? The directions are clear and the projects are so unique.
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