Are you a skilled knitter in search of some new projects? Or perhaps a beginner, looking for a great book to guide you on your knitting journey? Here are a few new and popular knitting books that knitters of all levels will enjoy!
Knitting: 20 Mindful Makes to Reconnect Head, Heart & Hands by Sicgmone Kludje
Knitting (Conscious Crafts) is a contemporary craft project book presenting over 20 projects for beginners from the co-founders of The Black Girl Knit Club.
Vogue Knitting: The Ultimate Stitch Dictionary
With more than 800 stitches, Vogue Knitting includes knit and purl textures, cables, lace, colorwork, edgings, and unique combinations. Pulled from actual patterns that have appeared in Vogue Knitting magazine, these stitches were created by a diverse range of top designers and are as unique as their creators.
Knit Step by Step by Vikki Haffenden
The essential beginner’s guide to knitting know-how, with more than 150 illustrated knitting stitches and techniques. Knit Step by Step shows you everything you need to craft stunning knitted pieces. Master basic stitches and classic techniques, including ribs, Fair Isle, and intarsia, or try your hand at one of eight eye-catching projects.
1000 Japanese Knitting & Crochet Stitches
A treasure trove of needlecraft patterns and motifs for knitters and crocheters seeking to better understand the infinite variety of their craft. This classic compendium includes 700 original knitting stitch patterns and 300 original crochet patterns that are sure to inspire many new knitwear designs.
You Can Knit that by Amy Herzog
When knitting superstar Amy Herzog gets complimented on her hand-knit sweaters, the compliments are often followed by “but I could never knit that.” Now, you can! You Can Knit That is a clear, simple reference book and pattern collection that gives knitters the sweater-making confidence they need.
The Knitter’s Book of Knowledge by Debbie Bliss
Debbie Bliss is one of the world’s most respected knitwear designers, authors, and teachers–and The Knitter’s Book of Knowledge is the distillation of her decades of experience into a single, indispensable reference. With information on everything from needles and yarns to tensioning and casting on, from basic stitches to buttonholes and beading, from cabling and entrelac to finishing embellishments, it’s the ultimate guide for beginners and experienced knitters alike
Plus, consider joining Knit and Knatter! This is a drop-in adult program dedicated to providing space for fellow needlers to come together, share tips, discuss projects and enjoy the company of those that share the love of yarn. Knitters, crocheters and all yarn crafters with any level of experience are welcome!