Book: Knit for children from Paelas
Design: Frida Farstad Brevik, Siri Hoftun, Trude Melhus Rognstad
Knit for children from Paelas is a cornucopia of delicious, Nordic knitwear and beautiful pictures.
Get inspiration for knitted children's clothing that not only lasts for one season, but can be passed on and loved by several generations.
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STRIP TO CHILDREN FROM PAELAS
Knit for children from Paelas is a cornucopia of delicious, Nordic knitwear and beautiful pictures. Get inspiration for knitted children's clothing that not only lasts for one season, but can be passed on and loved by several generations.
The book's Norwegian authors met on Instagram and found out about the passion for delicious, timeless knitwear. In addition to the common passion, it is the authors' love for their children who run the work - hence the name 'Paelas', composed of the children's letters.
Paelas' at once classic and unique design has in a short time achieved great popularity among knitting enthusiasts all over the world, and now the book finally comes in a Danish version.
The book contains some of the classics Paelas fans will already know, such as the pixiehu and the winter suit, but most of the recipes in the book are brand new.
Knit for children from Paelas contains 50 recipes for fine, timeless knit models. The book also consists of a wealth of beautiful, inspiring photographs that illustrate that knitwear is not just for decoration: The models can be used by children from 0-8 years to everyday and party, even when climbing, crawling, running, playing and rolling around the floor.
Both experienced and more inexperienced knitters will be inspired by the book's beautiful, light aesthetics and immediately find not just one but many recipes to embark on. For those who might need it, Knit for children from Paelas also supplies a comprehensive knitting school at the back of the book, so that help is needed for the necessary knitting techniques and expressions.
The three authors still use Instagram as a platform for sharing recipes and inspiration. Thus, each recipe in 'Knit for children from Paelas' has its own hashtag, which allows the reader to find hundreds of pictures of others' knitting results, get inspiration and then share his own projects.
200 pages | 14.10.2016 | ISBN 978-87-406-1015-4
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