Here are a selection of recommended knitting books. To find out more and to order the books just click on the title link or the picture of the book you’re interested in.
A wonderfully down-to-earth, humorous, practical, and realistic book for the beginner and intermediate knitter.
From cast-on stitches to binding off, this handbook details the simple steps needed to turn seemingly complicated sock knitting projects into easy and enjoyable activities.
The Knitter’s Book of Yarn will teach you everything you need to know about yarn: How it’s made, who makes it, how it gets to you, and what it longs to become.
Featuring gloves, mittens, arm warmers, mitts, and fingerless gloves, this is the second book in a new SCT Craft series that introduces innovative approaches to creating popular knitted items.
This book is an excellent reference resource for experienced knitters as well as being a good tutorial for new knitters. Includes projects to practise most of the techniques and stitch patterns covered. Highly recommended.
Both a celebration of knitting and a sourcebook for practical information, this book is a collection of useful advice and emotional support for the knitter.
Not only is this book fun to read, it has all the basics you will need to learn to knit and complete all the projects in the book, and it includes ideas on how to branch out and learn more about knitting.
For the first time ever, you can access hundreds of knitting stitches in a perpetual-calendar format! With a different stitch for every day of the year, this clever calendar design makes a valuable addition to every knitter’s pattern collection.
With more than 30 simple, chic projects plus simple step-by-step instructions, this book is the complete guide to starting and enjoying this fun, rewarding hobby.
The book is full of practical tips and tricks for improving your knitting, conceptual ways to create your own patterns, and the author's very decided opinions about the craft.
Brought to you by your favorite knitwear designers, here are 101 playful patterns, each requiring only a single ball of yarn. So choose an orphan skein from your secret stash and start knitting.