Tuesday, 22 April 2014

Easy Knit Projects Using the Knook for Kids ~ Book Review


Easy Knit Projects using the Knook for Kids
available in eBook & Book format from LeisureArts.com

Beginners of all ages will enjoy these easy knit projects to make 
using the large size Kids Knooks (L-8 mm and M-9 mm) for bulky and super bulky yarns.


These 9 designs by Karen Ratto-Whooley are a fantastic
introduction to knooking.
Using the larger size hooks makes the stitches easier to learn
and makes the projects a quick fix :-)


I am sure any child would love to make these fantastic designs
to wear.
Infact any age would love making them.


All the patterns are clear and easy to understand
and with access to the Leisure Arts video tutorial as well
you will be more than capable of learning all the stitches
and completing the projects.



I love the fun and easy designs and it's a brilliant craft for children to learn.
Some children/adults (me) struggle to learn to knit
but knooking is just so much easier to pick up.


The designs are fun and funky that are
brilliant for exciting any child into making.


I love the fact that the patterns range from quick fixes to more
bigger long term projects.


I also love the fact that although the book is designed for kids
the patterns are ones that you would want to make for adults as well.


I love this backpack. I am sure Little Red would
love one in red :-)


Everything is covered and each project is simple enough for them not
to be confusing.
With just some basic stitches you can make all of these amazing projects.

And if you don't have any knooks don't worry
you can buy the starter kit for a really reasonable price.
Knook Kit for Kids

Not only that but there is a sale on at the moment:

http://www.leisurearts.com/categories/craft/the-knook.html

Easy Knit Projects using the Knook for Kids

available in eBook & Book format from LeisureArts.com


I was received a copy of the eBook to review.
However all opinions expressed are my own.
Affiliate links are included on the post.
No monies were exchanged.

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