The Book of Haps
The Books of Haps is more than just a collection of knitting patterns it's a historical look at the wonderful world of haps with essays from Kate Davies, Jen Arnall-Culliford and Roslyn Chapman.
Thirteen haps patterns are included in The Book of Haps from designers from around the world each present their own interpretations of the hap. From Nevada and Finland to Reykjavik, and Burra Isle, the patterns are as distinctive and varied as their designers’ locales. Haps may well surprise you: they vary greatly in terms of shape and can be square, triangular, or hexagonal, incorporating lace, cables, or colour. Though haps are, by definition, functional, wearable textiles, you’ll find they can also be elegant and fascinating, graphic and abstract.
Whatever your knitting interests, you’ll find The Book of Haps an endless source of inspiration and a canvas for your creativity.
Knitting designs by Jen Arnall-Culliford, Martina Behm, Kate Davies, Carol Feller, Lucy Hague, Romi Hill, Bristol Ivy, Gudrun Johnston, Hélène Magnússon, Donna Smith, Hazel Tindall, Tom van Deijnen and Veera Välimäki.
Beautifully photographed on location in Shetland and mainland Scotland.
All books include a unique code enabling complementary download of the digital version.