Knit a Sweater You’ll Love for Years to Come in Just a Few Weeks!
Marie Greene’s twenty gorgeous new patterns make knitting the sweater of your dreams a breeze. If you’ve ever struggled to complete a pullover or been too intimidated to start a cardigan, these seamless, top-down designs will change the way you think about sweaters. Now you can create stylish, long-lasting, professional-quality knits in less time than you thought possible and have fun doing it.
With a wide variety of styles and sleeve lengths, this book has a pattern for any time of year. Busy knitters will love the no-fuss construction and carefully chosen details. Captivating cables, cozy textures and fun stripes are made simple with Marie’s helpful tips. Learn to gauge your knitting speed and set a timeline to achieve your goals. These patterns are easy to memorize for portable projects to knit on the go. An incredible value, this collection includes essential tools for efficient knitting and impressive results.
Page Street Publishing; February 2019
- ISBN: 9781624147418
- Read online, or download in secure ePub format
- Title: Seamless Knit Sweaters in 2 Weeks
- Author: Marie Greene
Imprint: Page Street Publishing
In The Press
“Marie is one of the most talented and professional knitting designers I have come across. She has most definitely outdone herself with this incredible book. It’s a must-have for fiber lovers!” —Jessica Carey, crochet designer and founder of The Hook Nook
“Seamless Knit Sweaters in 2 Weeks is full of enthusiasm, encouraging every knitter to take part in these stunning stitching adventures. Marie’s notes and quick tips make knitting even more enjoyable and easy.” —Jonna Hietala and Sini Ellen, co-founders of Laine magazine
“Marie’s designs have made me a much better—and much happier—sweater knitter!” —Megan Elizabeth, founder of Wool Days and CEO of Making Things
About The Author
Marie Greene is an independent knitwear designer whose patterns have been featured by The Fibre Co., Skacel Collection, Making Stories and Laine magazine. She teaches classes at yarn shops and fiber festivals worldwide. Her patterns are available online at OliveKnits.com. Marie lives in Salem, Oregon with her husband and three sons.