Topsy-Turvy Inside Out Knit Toys
Susan B. Anderson's fifth book - her most enchanting yet - turns the spotlights on "reversibles": knitted projects that are two toys in one.
This all-reversible collection of a dozen delightful toys features a dog in a doghouse, a chrysalis with a fluttery surprise inside, a tiny hidden fairy, vintage toys with a fabled theme to boot, pigs in a blanket, and much more.
The adorable photographic sequences and the energetic line drawings show how each finished reversible can be turned inside out to reveal its companion toy. The projects are arranged in order from simplest (fine for a beginner) to hardest.
Finally, the book features special tutorials from the author explaining special techniques, such as how to apply any applique and how to embroider eyes on the Bunny and Lamb. It all adds up to the best knitting book of the season.
Author: Susan B. Anderson
Pattern Count: 12
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Wonderful toy book
The pattern for the topsy turvey doll is explained clearly in this book. I made it quite easily. I am looking forward to making the dog/doghouse and the Christmas tree/snowman for my little grandchildren. Great book.
Unusual toy patterns
Well set out easy to follow patterns. The spiral binding makes it easy to use as the pages stay flat when the book is open.