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Book of the Month:

Knitting in America – book 2

Through war and peace, bad times and good, Americans have knit and purled as though it were an inalienable right alongside life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. 151 more words

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REVIEW: A Stash of One's Own by Clara Parkes

For Christmas I received a copy of “A Stash of One’s Own” by Clara Parkes from my Mother-in-Law. I had never read a book by Parkes before, but I had heard a lot of good things about her writing and how relatable her writing was to knitters worldwide, so I was eager to get my hands on a copy and see what it was all about, especially when the subject this time around was stash. 487 more words


Designing: Some of my Favorite Knitting Books

I love my knitting books. I feel like I can never have enough. I like being able to look up a small tidbit in one book and a piece of a neckline in another and possible cable idea in the next book and read some insight in another book. 307 more words


Knitting Book of the Month

“Cast On, Bind Off,” by Leslie Ann Bestor (Storey Publishing, $16.95) is a little gem of a book — just 5 1/2 inches by 7 inches — that begs to be be tucked in a knitting bag and carried with you always. 410 more words

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Some self-help books for knitters

I have posted before about the book on the left of this picture but I haven’t talked about the one on the right.When I was working out how to do the skull jumper for my daughter I realised that I didn’t really have enough knowledge to work it all out for myself unless I went to the library and did a bit of research.  121 more words


Knitting Book of the Month

April 2018

The Yarn Lover’s Guide to Hand Dyeing:  Beautiful Color and Simple Knits  by Linda La Belle
This book is a wonderful introduction and course in different dyeing techniques with lots of color, plenty of patterns to work up, and suggestions for using the various dyes with different fibers. 60 more words

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So Much to Knit...

…but not enough time.

Last week, my Rowan subscription Magazine 64 was delivered, and there are several patterns there I’d love to knit right now. Oh my! 145 more words

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