This Sock Guide is the perfect size to fit into your knitting bag or go-everywhere bag.
The central theme of this Guide is traveling. What better knitting on-the-go project than socks.
“On the Loom – A Modern Weaver’s Guide” by Maryanne Moodie is an introduction into weaving on a rectangular frame, circular, and on non-traditional looms.
Potholder Loom Weaving takes you into a fun world of weaving. Enjoy the satisfaction of completing small projects in various weaves with yarn or loopers.
One + One: Scarves Shawls and Shrugs is by Iris Schreier, author of Modular Knits, Reversible Knits & Lacy Little Knits, teaches the knitter to incorporate two different skeins into their knitting project.
Rigid Heddle Weaving books are available to help you learn your new weaving art. This is a list of the books that I have found most helpful.
Best Knitting Reference Books is a listing of my go-to books. Some are small enough for my knitting bag. No matter how long a person has been knitting, sometimes your mind draws a blank.
Want to learn a new/old craft. Then, this is a great resource book for you. This book is full of excellent tutorials and 13 gorgeous projects. Note: There is no obvious link to the country Tunisia.
Are you ready for the next step in Loom Knitting? Want to spice up your hats, scarves, bags, and more? Then, this is the Loom Knit Stitch Dictionary is for you!
June Hemmons Hiatt’s The Principles of Knitting is 712 pages of extensive reading on all aspects of hand knitting. The publisher describes it as, “The definitive book of knitting techniques.