A look at the best recent crafts books
When the crafting books pile up, it’s time to unload a few. The best ones deserve sharing, so below is a compilation of the crafting, sewing and knitting books that have come across my desk in the past few months.
Knitters tend to be those types of people that always have something on the go, some project in their bag. Knitting supply stores have plenty of great tools and accessories to make knitting an easy and fast project, and the array of patterns is extremely varied. But one problem that knitters tend to run into is what the next project will be! Many knitters end up running out of ideas on what to make and for whom, because all their friends and family end up with more than enough sweaters and hats to last a lifetime. There is a project that knitters can get into that keeps needy people with a constant supply of warm clothing and blankets, as well as providing a great sense of accomplishment and personal satisfaction, is knitting for babies.
Do you want to grant your baby with a special blanket you made yourself? Why not try knitting a baby blanket? You’ve got so many things to discover in knitting that it can actually turn into a great hobby with results that you will value. Knitting is about needles, yarns, patterns, stitches and wonderful knitted. Learning how to knit a baby blanket paves the way to that comfy blanket you have always wanted for your tot.
I am curious if anyone has a personal easy patterns for knitting mittens for babies 4-6 months old. I’ve been trying on the internet but can’t find what i need. i want it preferably in 4 or 8 ply wool without circle needles…cause i don’t have them. Btw im in australia
thankingyou in advance
Hey aussie sheila…where is the pattern? sorry thanks