Dreamy, adventurous and peppy describes the unique character of each of these knitting books. Here is why we propose that these three books should be added to your collection (or given as gifts to deserving friends!)
Knits About Winter by Emily Foden is one of those books that makes you want to sit down and look at it. The photos make you fall in love with winter all over again. The projects are functional and make you want to cast on immediately because you know you will be in love with the project from cast on to bind off. Once you are done with the visual part of it all you can read the wonderful story about Emily and Viola; her yarn dying business. The romance and dreaminess start all over again.
Strange Brew by TinCan Knits invites you to play with color and to feel the comfort of your color choices. The authors encourage you to get adventurous and design your own yokes. They provide lots of tips and suggestions to make your colorwork journey a ton of fun... and yes, there are patterns to follow just in case designing is not your thing.
Knit How published by PomPom quarterly is vibrant and energetic. This book is filled with beginning illustrations and top tips for the novice knitter however it beckons to the more experienced knitter. A great book to use for classic patterns kicked up a notch by the signature flair of the PomPom Quarterly girls!