JEWELS by Making Stories

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Tourmaline Pullover by Heike Campbell for JEWELS-1.jpg
Topaz Pullover by Katrine Birkenwasser for JEWELS-1.jpg
Tanzanite Cowl by Sarah Shepherd for JEWELS-1.jpg
Spinel Mittens by Becky Sorensen for JEWELS-2.jpg
Rubellite Hat by Simone Bechtold for JEWELS-3.jpg
Paraiba Cardigan by Nadya Stallings for JEWELS-1.jpg
Morganite Hat by Imke von Nathusius for JEWELS-1.jpg
Heliotrope Shawl by Sabine Engel for JEWELS-3.jpg
Garnet Socks by Hanna Lisa Haferkamp for JEWELS-3.jpg
Diopside Pullover by Vanessa Ewing for JEWELS-1.jpg
Citrine Pullover by Emily Greene for JEWELS-1.jpg
Alexandrite Cardigan by Amy Gunderson for JEWELS-1.jpg
JEWELS by Making Stories - Cover.jpg
Tourmaline Pullover by Heike Campbell for JEWELS-1.jpg
Topaz Pullover by Katrine Birkenwasser for JEWELS-1.jpg
Tanzanite Cowl by Sarah Shepherd for JEWELS-1.jpg
Spinel Mittens by Becky Sorensen for JEWELS-2.jpg
Rubellite Hat by Simone Bechtold for JEWELS-3.jpg
Paraiba Cardigan by Nadya Stallings for JEWELS-1.jpg
Morganite Hat by Imke von Nathusius for JEWELS-1.jpg
Heliotrope Shawl by Sabine Engel for JEWELS-3.jpg
Garnet Socks by Hanna Lisa Haferkamp for JEWELS-3.jpg
Diopside Pullover by Vanessa Ewing for JEWELS-1.jpg
Citrine Pullover by Emily Greene for JEWELS-1.jpg
Alexandrite Cardigan by Amy Gunderson for JEWELS-1.jpg

JEWELS by Making Stories

36.00

JEWELS is the third book in the European Nature book series created by Making Stories to share their passion for natural, local, breed-specific, European yarns, beautiful knitwear designs and the stories of the amazing makers who enable and inspire us to create magic with our own hands.

JEWELS includes 12 modern knitwear designs for the colder seasons on this planet. From luscious colourwork yokes to drapey everyday sweaters, from a shawl as cosy as a hug to mittens designed to keep your hands toasty warm, all the pieces in this book are designed to be both enjoyable to knit and wearable for years to come.

JEWELS wouldn’t be a Making Stories publication though without the stories that inspire us to do our work: We’ve included profiles for every single maker involved in this book, be it designer or yarn company, as well as two fantastic articles on yarn (by Katie Green) and colour substitution (by Dianna Walla) and a conversation on colour between Melody Hoffmann, a favourite designer, and yarn dyer Paula Goosen of Moel View Yarn. 

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