In A Stitch in Time Volume 2 – Revisited, Susan returns to this best-selling and iconic title and chooses 40 of the most popular vintage designs from the 2012 classic, to showcase and update, with patterns graded to fit 150cm (60in) chest.
The designs have been carefully chosen to reflect the fashions and trends of vintage knitting pattern history from the 1930s to the 1950s, offering the knitter the best of design from each period, alongside a thoughtfully balanced selection of projects.
This truly amazing book is for all knitters, enabling them to knit a piece of the past and create an heirloom for the future.
Plus an additional bonus pattern to be revealed on publication, selected by Susan from her extensive pattern archive, updated for today's knitter.
With the patterns chronologically arranged the book also acts as a historical insight into this golden age of knitwear design.
Both the original and a re-written, updated and multi-sized adaption of 41 patterns is included, with beautiful full colour images, authentically styled and photographed.
A helpful chapter explaining vintage fit and finishing techniques complete this inspiring publication.
An e-book only version of this publication will also available to purchase separately.
All yarns featured will be available from the SCV website both as individual skeins or as kits.
Susan was born in the North West of England and grew up close to both of her grandmothers who taught her many crafting skills and in particular, how to knit, using vintage patterns as her guide; and so her ability to translate and understand vintage knitting patterns began at an early age. Vintage styles have remained a huge part of Susan's aesthetic whilst she has also successfully translated this into wearable knits for today's knitter too.
Susan is a designer, author, publisher and yarn producer who has published a number of titles including A Stitch in Time volumes 1 and 2, The Vintage Shetland Project and Evolution. Her twin goals are to ensure the incredible knitting patterns from yesteryear are available to as wide an audience as possible and that the patterns and books she writes are a joy to knit from and a delight to own.