How to Knit Book – Techniques and Projects for the Beginner

How to Knit BookThis introductory, project-based book is ideal for anyone looking to take up a new craft. It guides the reader through the materials required and the basics of the craft, followed by a series of techniques and accompanying projects to put the newly acquired knowledge into practice right away.

The techniques are explained with the help of clear, step-by-step instructions and there are beautiful photographs of the stylish projects, including items for the home, accessories and gifts for friends and family – throughout.

Title: How to Knit
Author: Tina Barrett
Publisher: GMC Books
ISBN: 9781784942939

How to Knit Book

Carol’s Thoughts: I had always wanted to learn to knit, but never had the time to dedicate to learning. Now that I’m fully retired, I have a lot of spare time on my hands and I’m ready to learn.

The author did a great job of using step-by-step diagrams to teach you the basic knitting stitches. It’s all laid out in an easy-to-understand and to follow format. The author teaches you about different yarns, yarn weight, supplies & tools that you need and so forth.

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Once you’ve learned some of the basic stitches you’re ready to move onto some of the products in the book. The projects include: pillow covers, tablet covers, placemats, fingerless gloves, cushion covers, coasters and more. All of the projects include easy step-by-step instructions and color photos.

As soon as I’m done mastering the crochet book that I featured earlier this week, I’ll be moving onto knitting. I’m looking forward to getting started soon!

How to Knit Book

 

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  10. I can do some simple crochet, but I’ve always wanted to learn to knit. A few years ago I bought myself some knitting needles but never got around to doing anything with them. This book could be just the ticket to get me started!

    Anyway, another book I’d like to have from Taunton is Fine Cooking in Season.

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