Crafty Books for Fall: Part 2 – Knittng Books

September 28, 2010 - Filed under Books, Kniting

If yesterday’s sewing books aren’t quite your thing… how about some knitting? Curl up in front of the tv, or a nice roaring fire with one of these books and you’ll soon forget about the yucky weather outside!

Knitting 24/7: 30 Projects to Knit, Wear, and Enjoy, On the Go and Around the Clock
by Veronik Avery

Designed for the busy knitter, this book is full of small, simple patterns that are easily stopped and started so you can knit any time you have an extra five minutes.

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Knit Green: 20 Projects and Ideas for Sustainability
By Joanne Seiff

Learn how to recycle fabrics and garments into usable yarns – and then what to make with them! This non-preachy book shares some fresh projects and patters as well as teaching you aout using recycled, sustainable or fair trade produced yarns. Also available in E-book.

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Knitting Mochimochi
by Anna Hrachovec

Can you say cute? This book contains 20 patterns for cute and quirky knitted toys and includes tutorials and tips for beginners and intermediate knitters, plus a section on how to design your own knitted toy!

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Coming tomorrow… Books on Felt Crafts!

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