Take an intimate trip with our team to Rhode Island. The smallest state in the nation might be often overlooked, but there are many makers here, ready to be discovered! Explore scenery tailored to escapism: ivy covered brick and rugged coastlines, sprawling mansions set against crashing waves and stormy skies. Through our pages, discover that Rhode Island has more to offer than relics of the past—the Ocean State has a vibrant, bubbling culture of creatives!
By Hand Serial Lookbook #15 includes eight projects and a recipe to inspire and excite you. In addition to four projects created by Andrea for this issue, we're featuring knitting patterns from Noriko Ho & Cassie Munksgard, our first-ever Tunisian crochet pattern from Toni Lipsey, and an incredibly versatile debut sewing pattern from Vivian Shao Chen!
The fifteenth issue of By Hand travels to the ocean state of Rhode Island. Features include:
- 8" x 10"
- ~100 pages
- Soft cover
By Hand is a series of lookbooks that focus on different fiber and fabric "making communities" around the country.
Each serial will feature photo journals and interviews with both up-and-coming and well-known yarn designers and dyers, local yarn stores, knitwear designers, fabric artists, and other makers who share the same philosophy and aesthetic of hand crafting functional forms to share and connect with others in the community. Projects, patterns, classes, and opportunities to purchase the artists’ work will also be included, as well as an opportunity to share what is beautiful and unique about each locale.
All the books and magazines we sell are new. Upon receipt, we inspect them for misprints and damage, then sort them into the following categories in an effort to give you as much information as possible and make sure you're satisfied with your purchase! Regardless of the condition, we'll do our best to package your media item securely so it arrives to you in good shape. Shipping can be a tough journey, though, so we can never guarantee a book will arrive absolutely as crisp as the day it was printed.