Book, Magazine, and Media Reviews
60 Quick Knits for Beginners Review
The latest entry in the 60 Quick Knit series showcases basic knits with maximum punch. Advanced knitters will appreciate this collection as well as beginners.
Classic Kicks for Little Feet Review
Do you knit for babies? Or do you make dolls and doll clothing? Then you'll want to check out this pattern collection.
How to judge a knitting book
Knitting books abound, how do you choose the one that suits you best.
Japanese Knitting Stitch Bible Review
Knitters who haven't yet heard of Hitomi Shida will be eager to learn more after perusing this amazing stitch dictionary!
Knit Noro Accessories II Review
Knitters who love Noro yarns will appreciate this well-written, beautifully photographed pattern collection. 03/05
Knitting in Plain English Book Review
As a primer for new knitters, this is one great tome.
Mason Dixon Field Guides Review
Looking for unusual ways to think about knitting? Check out the Mason-Dixon Knitting Field Guides, a series of booklets containing patterns and more.
Review of 150 Scandinavian Motifs
Looking for a dictionary of Scandinavian color patterns? Mary Jane Mucklestone has you covered!
Review of 60 Quick Knit Toys
Interested in making toys? This collection of patterns may be what you need!
Review of Alterknits
Lovers of stitch dictionaries and stranded knitting are in for a double treat with this beautifully designed, if somewhat pricey, tome.
Review of Seed Stitch
The latest publication from Rosemary Drysdale, published by Sixth and Spring Books, is a wonderful addition to any knitter's library.
Review of Short Story
Looking for a great pattern collection? This one is wonderful -- great patterns, lots of them, at a reasonable price.
Review of Socks from the Toe Up
Have you wanted to try knitting socks from the toe up? Here is the book that will help you make the switch. Wendy D. Johnson's Socks from the Toe-up is a great book on how to do this.
The Knitter's Desert Island Bookshelf
It's almost impossible to choose just five books out of all the amazing tomes published on the subject! With that said, here are two essential books for newbies and three more for intermediate and advanced knitters.
Vogue Knitting Book Review
It's BIG. Man, is it big. Depending on who you are, this may or not be a problem.
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