More New Books!

We just turned on some new books, just in time for the book sale – 40% off in stock titles!  I wanted to share with you some of my favorites.

We have some new selections from Interweave. Here are three that you may like:

New American Knits by Amy Christoffers – Amy Christoffers knows how to write knitwear patterns for garments that are unfussy to wear as they are interesting to knit. From lace tops to simple cardigans, to turtlenecks with unexpected seams, there is something in this book that every knitter will want in their wardrobe. Timeless and stylish garments that provide elegant fun, and offer a delightful challenge to the knitter who wants functional pieces she’ll wear time and time again.

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Reversible Color Crochet by Larinda Reddig – In this book you will learn a new technique to make 28 crocheted blocks that have no wrong side! You’ll be carrying multiple colors to make bold graphic colorwork, then putting these blocks together to make 10 different afghans, or you can design your own!

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Cool summer yarns and loose and breezy silhouettes are highlighted in the Summer 2014 issue of Interweave Knits. From lace hooded cardigans to lightweight pullovers, you’ll find something to knit throughout the warm weather months.  There’s also articles on sock knitting and dying, offering the fiber lover an appealing read.

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We also have some new Knit Picks books that will delight you. Heirloom Lace – Knitted lace, an intricate craft handed down through the centuries, makes gorgeous garments that stand the test of time.The five patterns that evoke this rich history; Sock Yarn Shawls – The diversity of sock yarn lends itself to a collection of shawls that vary greatly in style and shape; and Cotlin 2014 Collection – Warm weather fun is the inspiration behind this collection, made with Knit Picks’ CotLin yarn.

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We have hundreds of books on sale, a perfect time to add to your knitting and crochet library!


1 comment

  1. Mary / July 5, 2014 / Reply

    I just started the new Estonian square shawl. I am a bit conused by the directions The rows on the sides don’t seem to match up with the rows in the middle. Can anyone help? Thanks.