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One Day Knitting Projects: Over 15 Fun & Quick Knitting Projects by Elizabeth Taylor
English | 2014 | ISBN: 1505626455 | 73 pages | EPUB/MOBI | 1 MB
One Day Knitting Projects: Over 15 Fun & Quick Knitting Projects
Looking for something to do? Board with the same old phone games, word searches, or crossword puzzles? Want to do something fun and productive? Check this book out!
Learn how you can create handmade knitted items for friends, family, or just yourself. Inside this book you'll find a wide variety of different patterns that detail how you can create warm and fuzzy gifts or useful things for your home.
Think it's too hard? Think again! These patterns are easy enough that the novice knitter can pick them up and be knitting and purling in no time.
Think it's too easy? Not a chance. Some of the patterns are a little challenge but practice make perfect. Plus you can't resist these gotta have patterns.
There's so much to do and learn in these little pages. Learn how to make the basic blanket or up your skills with a two toned blanket. Keep cozy and warm through the cold with a knit hoodie or take the chill off with a snuggly shawl. Is baby on your mind? There's plenty of crafts for the newest little one in your life, from shoes to ducks.
So grab your needles, pull out the yarn, and come explore the world of knitting. Complete with colorful pictures, material lists and detailed instructions, this book has it all!
Comments From Other Readers
"I taught myself to crochet when I was 7 and that's been my niche ever since. I was looking for a challenge and a co-worker suggested that knitting might be a great cross over. I found it very easy to transition over to. The patterns in this book were fantastic! I loved the little ducky! I think the pictures were a huge help as well. I might just have to put my hook away for a little while!" – Eve (Florida, US)
"I'm a guy. Knitting to me has been for little old ladies. I recently had an accident though and experienced some head trauma. As a result, I've had difficulty with some of my motor functions. My physical therapist actually suggested knitting. I can't knock it until I try to so I went with my sister who knits and picked out some stuff. My first project was a beanie. I think the thing that worked for me was that if I messed up I could just pull it out and start over. After a few weeks of knitting for an hour or more a day, my therapist noted positive changes. This book was a big part of that. I found it easy to follow, even for someone that never touched a knitting needle before." – Bryan (Colorado, US)
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