Tag Archives: Knitting Books

Knit One Below

As anyone who’s read much of my blog probably knows, I have a lot of knitting books.  Far more than I need.  And yet I very seldom knit anything directly from a book.  One book that was an exception to … Continue reading

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When Will I Learn?

Never is the most likely answer.  I do not have good instincts for when to stop “business as usual” in my knitting and head to bind-off.  It turns out that the right time to change what I was doing on … Continue reading

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The Tongue River Farm Sock Collection

As I was starting to knit a pair of socks to go with Abby’s outfit, I thought of one of my favorite sock architectures.  And I thought of the place I first encountered it, and decided to do a quick … Continue reading

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Knitting Books and Doll Accessories

Thinking about offering my extra copy of Think Outside the Sox on this blog has made me consider which other books I might want to give away.  Some of the knitting books I own are extremely precious to me and … Continue reading

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Stitch Dictionaries Galore!

As anyone who has read this blog at all often has probably guessed, I’m fond of stitch dictionaries.  Today I gathered up my collection and took a bunch of photographs.  Which you will now be privileged to see. Here are … Continue reading

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Swing Swagger Drape

When in doubt of what to write about (mostly this means I haven’t made much knitting progress lately) I look at my books to see what else I have that might be of interest.  Swing Swagger Drape was written by … Continue reading

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Think Outside the Sox

It seems only right that I should report my impressions of this book with which I have a unique, for me, relationship.  It contains my first published pattern.  There are of course a lot of other patterns included. This book … Continue reading

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Patchwork Knitting

One of the sources of the recent popularity of modular knitting is the success of a couple of German books by a man called Horst Schulz.  The English translation of the book titles are “Patchwork Knitting” and “New Patchwork Knitting … Continue reading

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Modular Knitting

My Catnip blanket is coming along beautifully.  I’m on the second square of my fifth row.  When I’m not knitting, I frequently put it on my lap – it feels just lovely!  Here’s a shot of its current state to … Continue reading

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A Knitter to Admire

As on the other days of this interesting shared-blogging project, I had a hard time deciding who to mention for this topic.  There are a lot of fantastic knitters out there!  Some of the people who came to mind were … Continue reading

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