A few days ago, I wrote about accessories being the perfect warm-weather knits. I just found out that we have a new eBook out, Easy Knitted Accessories, with seven accessory knitting patterns perfect for summer knitting!
A happy coincidence, right? The patterns all come from Knitscene, and editor Amy Palmer put the collection together. Here she is to tell you more about it.
Knit Accessories, Always a Favorite
Accessories take up a special place in my heart. There's a lot to love about them.
Usually, they are quick to knit, don't take up too much yarn (or make for great stash busters), and they're excellent ways to practice new-to-me techniques. Plus, they are great ways for new knitters to learn the basics of our craft.
With those facts in mind, I compiled these seven projects, trying to bridge the gap between experienced knitters and those just beginning.
|Big Thompson Scarf
by Christa Elaine Giles
by Cathy Carron
by Cecily Glowick MacDonald
by Kenny Chua
|Overdyed Ragg Scarf by Nancy Shroyer
||Chevron Head Scarf by Debbie O'Neill|
Included in this volume is a "learn to knit" section, intended for those just starting out. Even if you have been knitting for years, it never hurts to have a quick guide handy.
by Tanis Gray
And the projects are all fast, easy, and fashionable—knit them for yourself or as gifts to inspire others to fall in love with knitting.
I think it's a particularly nice group of projects, and I hope you will, too! Get your copy of Easy Knitted Accessories today!