Cover image for Celebrity scarves
Title:
Celebrity scarves
Author:
Edelman, Abra.
Personal Author:
Edition:
First edition.
Publication Information:
New York : Sixth & Spring Books, [2003]

©2003
Physical Description:
119 pages ; 29 cm
Language:
English
Electronic Access:
Publisher description http://www.loc.gov/catdir/description/ste031/2003041569.html
ISBN:
9781931543279
Format :
Book

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Central Library TT825 .A25 2003 Adult Non-Fiction Non-Fiction Area-Oversize
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Summary

Summary

What do Julianna Margolies, Daryl Hannah, Rosie Perez, Eartha Kitt, Laura Leighton, Portia de Rossi, Courtney Thorne Smith, Vanna White, and Jennie Garth have in common? They love to knit. And one of the easiest and quickest garments for them to work on while they're waiting to get called for their close-ups is a scarf. Here are their favorites. Exquisite, evocative, full-color photographs showcase the celebrities wearing their handiwork, and make this lavish volume a sumptuous visual feast, as well as a stunning project collection. Complete instructions, along with information on knitting basics, enable even beginners to recreate the high-fashion scarves. More than twenty-five celebrity knitters share their favorite scarf patterns, and offer thoughts on their favorite pastime.


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Booklist Review

One of the reasons knitting is so big lately is its celebrity glow. Edelman takes advantage of the news that stars have discovered knitting in a handsome book that gives an age-old craft twenty-first-century glamour. The oversize volume features Daryl Hannah on the cover, a scarf in shades of coffee and cream draped over her outfit of hip-huggers and a T-shirt. Many of the actresses inside are lesser lights, but Eartha Kitt, Julianna Margulies, Rosie Perez, and Rikki Lake are among the celebs who appear with scarves of their own design and making. Well, design may be pushing it. Most of the pieces are executed in the basic garter stitch, so there's not much here for the more experienced knitter. However, even those who have left the garter stitch behind years ago will enjoy looking at the beautiful photos and even reading celebrity musings on the zen of knitting. Designer Isaac Mizrahi writes the introduction. --Ilene Cooper Copyright 2003 Booklist


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