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Annual Knit Book List!

Dec 06, 2012 No Comments by

Start to Knit by Alison Dupernex

This is the perfect time of year to pass on your beloved craft of either knitting or crochet, or perhaps both. This book makes the perfect gift for young people, especially those who want you to make something for them. Just give them the book and supplies and they can do it themselves.

Alison Dupernex explains how to knit in simple step-by-step terms, making the craft accessible for complete beginners. Relax and have fun creating beanie hats, purses, bags, belts and more with this fantastic book. Because there are only a few techniques to learn, absolute beginners can quickly learn how to make brilliant knitted items.

Start to Knit

Knitted Flowers by Susie Johns

Who doesn’t like flowers? I know I like them, and knitted flowers are so very handy for embellishing. Speaking of embellishing, how about a few knitted borders to spice up your projects? That’s right! These two books are perfect for adding to or adding on and should be in everyone’s library.

Simple, easy-to-follow instructions are provided for each flower, and Susie’s inspired choice of wools and novelty yarns make these wonderful projects for anyone interested in contemporary knitting design. Knitters and textile artists alike will love knitting this beautiful selection of flowers. With the help of this book, you can create a rose, cherry blossom, poppy, daisy, clematis, tulip, peach lily and more!

Knitted Flowers

50 Fabulous Knitted Borders by Rita Weiss

If you’ve ever finished knitting a project and thought something was missing, it may need a decorative border! This collection of knit borders ranges from narrow to wide and plain to intricate, making it easy to get the perfect border to sew on your project. Some are knitted lengthwise while others are knitted up and down. Some can be knitted directly onto your project. The options become endless when you realize that knit borders can also be added to all kinds of linens, clothing and home fashions.

Fabulous Knitted Borders

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