Knitting Books: All they need is a little love.
Our Hurt Book Sale is happening now, so give one of these lovelies a good home! Here are our Interweave Staff recommendations:
Daisy and I want to share one of our favorite books, Wanderlust by Tanis Gray. Daisy is pretty sure I need the mittens or Fair Isle infinity cowl from this book. Fab! ~Kathleen
Rachel thinks The Best of Interweave Crochet is great for beginner crocheters and advanced crocheters alike. Louisa loves the beautiful modern take on traditional Scottish motifs in Scottish Knits by Martin Storey. Stunning! Hannah recommends Tanis Gray’s Knitting Architecture, not only for the beautiful patterns, but for the interesting information on the pieces of architecture that inspire each design. Thanks, ladies! These are some wonderful picks.
“I love Amy Christoffer’s New American Knits—so much so that I immediately knit the cover sweater! Amy has been one of my favorite designers for years, so I am completely and totally biased, but there’s a reason—her patterns are incredibly wearable for everyone, and her attention to detail is astounding. Her designer style shines through everything she does. So now I’m stuck trying to figure out which project from this book will be next!” —Amy Palmer, Editor, Knitscene
Dorian has finally picked his favorite book: Free-Spirit Shawls. He thinks momma Tania (our online product developer and an avid knitter), needs a new shawl!
Books Acquisitions Editor Kerry Bogert loves Weekend Hats. Check out her WIP, Pebble Beanie from that book, in progress. “This book has so many great projects, I wish I had three heads to wear more of them at once. Can’t wait to share Weekend Wraps with y’all in 2016!!”
Check out our Hurt Book Sale now and adopt a needy book. 🙂