Knitting artist Tomoko Noguchi of ECCOMIN shows how to make knitted bags. This book introduces how to make small bags and pochettes using simple knitting techniques.
With cute colors, patterns, and yarn variations, there are 27 pieces and color variations that you will want to wear and carry.
Even if you have never knitted before, you will be able to knit from start to finish thanks to the process photos included in the book.
Even if you say, “I don’t have time to knit,” you can knit in a short time because all the pieces in the book are small in size.
For lined pieces, the addition of fabric increases the strength of the piece, which in turn expands its uses.
You can make your own combination of yarns and fabrics to your liking. The book also includes knitting pieces using a variety of yarns. Even with the same knitting technique, changing the color combination of yarns gives a different impression of the finished product, which is another fun point.
Even if the knitting is a little uneven, it will be a cute touch.
With so many works and a wide variety of colors, you’re sure to find something you’ll want to try.
- Release Date:
- October, 2015
- Seibundo shinkosha
Knit designer. Born in 1980 in Kanagawa Prefecture.
She graduated from Bunka Fashion College knit design department. While she was in school, he was selected as Master Lineapiu sponsored by Lineapiu (Italian spinning maker), and in 2002 she went to Florence on a scholarship to study abroad.
After returning to Japan in 2005, she worked as a knit designer and buyer, and in 2006, started her hand knit brand “eccomin”. In addition to presenting her collection, she has contributed many works to magazines and books.
In 2015, she opened “chocoshoe,” a handicrafts and crafts shop in Shibuya.