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  1. Em Em says:

    I am slightly ashamed for picking up this book I had found a free pattern snippet from this book a few months back and I had thought to myself Oh maybe if I see this in the library I'll get it because I wouldn't mind whipping up some Victorian style projects Turns out I almost cried reading the summary in the car on the way home from the library It's knitting for the Twilight obsessed I was not surprised to see the author pretty much thanking Stephanie Meyer for saving her life from being dull with her just plain human guy husband Nor was I surprised with the Twilight trivia uizzes halfway through the book It was just plain freaking sad I read it again after first writing my reveiw Considering this time I actually read the patterns for what they were patterns I put the obsessive Twilight people to the back of my mind and pushed forward my new love of Victorian fashon There were a handful of some of the most beautiful pieces I've seen Some of them from a few of my favorite knitwear designers I was slightly dissappionted over the few the sad children's and men's clothing though but what kid or guy would wear knitted Twilight stuff? Yes I was happy for the few decent Victorian style patterns No I did NOT need the obsessive Twilight mom thing


  2. Greta is Erikasbuddy Greta is Erikasbuddy says:

    This book was super cuteThough I've seen a lot of these patterns online at Ravelry and have actually made a couple it was still nice to have them all in one place with big glossy pictures to go with themWhile this is mainly geared towards Twilight fans there are a couple of patterns included that every vampire fan would be able to sink their fangs into The patterns range from Beginner to Advanced Intermidiate Knowledge of using DPNs would probably be a plus but I would recommend either knowing how to knit having a family memmber versed in the craft or teaching yourself at art store workshops ever noticed those knitting ladies they have scatted out there on winter weekends? with a book that will show you Stitch N Bitch is what taught me or online like at wwwwknitinghelpcom This is not a book that will teach you unless you are great at looking basic little picutres which I am notWhile some of the patterns are a bit corny any red socks mean vampire others are just so awesome they made me suee Be Still My Beating Heart Capelet pattern It's a fun book that takes you on a journey from having a vampire boyfriend to getting bitten yourself and what to wear at each section of your life there's a little story that goes with each pattern that's really cute It's also packed with vampire tidbits from folk lore to pop culture which I found very entertainingA good gift for any Twilight Fan that knits


  3. Sarah Sarah says:

    This book is INCREDIBLY silly It basically worships Stephenie Meyer which annoys me to no end with only some mention of True Blood which IS FAR MORE INTERESTING I found a couple patterns I may use but most of them are ridiculous or totally function less Or just embarrassing


  4. Tessa Tessa says:

    I'm a beginning knitter this book made it onto my shelves purely because it's a cool title and a cool idea for a compilation of projects BUT let me tell you I'm a fan I really am I've knitted two projects from this book so far a pair of fingerless gloves and a werewolf hat and both were really easy to do thanks to the clear instructions provided by the authors I can definately recommend this whether you're a beginner or not there ARE complicated projects available Also there's lots of little vampire trivia bits in case you've never knitted before do go ahead and try it it's actually supposed to be good for your brain something to do with using both hands and coordinating movements


  5. Kate Kate says:

    I have found online knitting patterns for several knit items worn in the Twilight movies such as Bella's mittens and hat that she wears to La Push I've made these and Alice's handwarmers These patterns were included in this book although I'm not sure if they are the same patterns I used But other than official sort of Twilight knits this book has a lot of other patterns loosely related to vampires and most of it is pretty cheesy Team Edward and Jacob pillows scarves with a pattern of red yarn dripping like blood TrueBlood beer cozies etc The hoodie sweater on the front and one other sweater were pretty cute although they really didn't have much to do with vampires or Twilight they were reminiscent of the sort of clothes warm knitted stuff worn in the movies The pictures evoke the right feel and the model kind of looks like Victoria This is of a novelty kind of book you can definitely find versions of the official Twilight stuff online for free and most of the other stuff is very basic with simple modifications to make it vampiric If you're looking for stuff that a gothy vampire might wear I'd suggest Anticraft


  6. Dana Wright Dana Wright says:

    This knitting book is great for anyone who follows the current trends of Twilight True Blood and other vampirewerewolf series that are so popular today I particularly liked the illustrations and references to different vampire lore The illustrations are gorgeous and there are projects for fans of Team Edward and Team JacobMy favorite projects include the Black Veil Scarf The Werewolf Hat Shapeshifter Shrug and Lore Hoodie Check out the True Blood bottle covers Very cool This book is a keeper for anyone who enjoys vampires So pick up your knitting needles and knit some vampire knits


  7. Ann Ann says:

    I haven't read any of the Twilight books and I don't think I've read any vampire books or watched any shows since Buffy was on the air And when I saw this book I admit that I laughed out loudBUTThere are a lot of really lovely patterns in here Some of them are sort of ridiculous like the corset But I'd say there are practical patterns in here than the Harry Potter inspired knitting book


  8. RB RB says:

    This book has many really sweet knitted items though perhaps not all are relevant for all knitters but there is a lot of potential in the models provided and honestly Twilight really has little to do with what you find here trust me on this as I am not a Twilight fan


  9. Mollie *scoutrmom* Mollie *scoutrmom* says:

    Interesting patterns around the paranormal theme Nothing truly new or outstanding I'd recommend French Girl Knits for those who find this not uite what they were looking forMy public library has Vampire Knits under 746432 M468 dewey decimal system


  10. Anna Anna says:

    I thought that most of the patterns were nothing special There are better patterns for many vampire inspired items such as Bella's mittens or her LaPush hat available for free on Raverly Save your money


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Vampire Knits [PDF / Epub] ✅ Vampire Knits ⚣ Genevieve Miller – Thomashillier.co.uk Surrender to the allure of knits inspired by the immortals we all love to fear If you adore Twilight True Blood or The Vampire Diaries this collection of 28 imaginative and beautiful projects is sure Surrender to the allure of knits inspired by the immortals we all love to fear If you adore Twilight True Blood or The Vampire Diaries this collection of imaginative and beautiful projects is sure to captivate     • Black capes are so instead get stylish with the dead sexy Sidhe Shrug    • Unleash your inner shapeshifter with the Werewolf Hat    • Keep warm while holding hands with your vampire by wearing these Bellisima Mittens    • Around humans Use the Blood Bottle Cozies to disguise your beverage  Whether you are wandering the Carpathian Mountains or the bayous of Louisiana these smoldering projects—for knitters of all levels—will keep you well protected no matter what you attract.

  • Paperback
  • 144 pages
  • Vampire Knits
  • Genevieve Miller
  • English
  • 07 June 2015
  • 9780307586605