Knitting Books 002
My ongoing series of knitting books that I consume and like, but do not list in my official book lists. The first knitting books list is here.
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The Knitter’s Handy Book of Patterns by Ann Budd – The books gives basic instructions for all kinds of patterns in any size and gauge.
Knitty Vintage Socks by Nancy Bush – Bush’s sock books are all popular for a reason; they feature interesting and nice sock patterns.
Son of Stitch N’ Bitch by Debbie Stoller – The SNB books are not great for patterns, but they usually have a couple of gems though. This one has Uncle Argyle Scarf and Smoking by the extraordinary Jared Flood.
Folk Vests by Cheryl Oberle – It seems I like knitting things that I never really wore before I started knitting. I got this book and wanted to knit 80% of it even though I hardly wear vests or know people who do.
Wrap Style ed. Interweave Press – I made the Shetland Triangle, and I hope to make the Lady Eleanor Stole one day along with a couple of others.
Vogue Knitting on the Go Pattern Books – Portable and small pattern books. Here are some that I’ve consumed.
Weekend Knitting by Melanie Falik et al. – Filled with lots of useful and lovely quick knits.
The Knitter’s Book of Yarn by Clara Parkes et al. – A great resource as it details lots of info about fibres. It also has some fantastic patterns.
Viking Patters for Knitting by Elsebeth Lavold – Do you like cables? This is your book.
101 Designer One Skein Wonders ed. Judith Durant – Lots of nice stashbusters like the first book.