The designs span everything from sweaters and scarves to corsets and bottle cozies. Garments are given in four or five sizes.
There's a lot of fishnet in this book, a pretty bracelet and some earrings, some bulky weight mittens, a tote bag, a pillow, and even a child's sweater. Of course, there are also the mitts, hoods, and stockings we would expect.
I love Ashley Fay's Sidhe Lace Shrug (left). To find out what a sidhe is (but not how it's pronounced), get the book (and by the way, it's "she" or "shee-the").
Disclosure: Kangath a reviewed Vampire Knits from her library. Kangath was not compensated for the preceding review. All opinions expressed in the review are the blog author's and are not necessarily the opinions of Potter Craft or the designers.
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