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Centenary stitches : telling the story of one WW1 family through vintage knitting and crochet / Elizabeth Lovick, editor ; graphic designer, Judith Brodnicki ; costumier & photo stylist, Pauline Loven ; technical editor, Elly Doyle.

Lovick, Elizabeth. (Added Author). Brodnicki, Judith. (Added Author). Loven, Pauline. (Added Author). Doyle, Elly. (Added Author).

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Item details

  • ISBN: 9780993061400
  • ISBN: 0993061400
  • Physical Description: 160 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
  • Publisher: Orkney, Scotland : Northern Lace Press, [2014]

Contents / Notes

General Note:
"Vintage patterns for the modern wardrobe"
"As seen in the film 'Tell Them of Us' directed by Nick Loven"
Contents:
Shawls / wraps -- Sweaters / cardigans / waistcoats -- Miscellaneous items we couldn't resist -- Accessories for heads / necks / hands.
Summary, etc.:
"The story of the Crowder family of Lincolnshire, England is told in the film 'Tell Them of Us'. This book tells the story of the film, and how more than 100 knitters from the UK and USA were involved with creating the costumes. The book has over 70 patterns for all the family translated from, and inspired by, the clothes worn during WW1, along with facsimile patterns from the time. It is beautifully photographed in full colour throughout." -- from Amazon.com
Subject: Knitting > Patterns.
Crocheting > Patterns.
Fashion > History > 20th century.
World War, 1914-1918 > Clothing.
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