Saturday 26 September 2015

Scarves in the round ~ Book Review

by Heather Walpole

ISBN: 9780811714860
Publishers; Stackpole Books
Publication Date: 23 June 2015
RRP: £14.99

Available direct from Search Press


I couldn't wait to get this book.
As a new knitter and having just learnt
to knit in the round it really excited me.


I wasn't disappointed.
This book has an amazing group of Twenty Five
It includes infinity scarves, neck warmers,
cowls, and double-warm tube scarves.


The use of different materials, colours
and weights of yarn bring you
a diversity of patterns that you are sure
to find something that everyone likes.


With the temperature getting colder it's an
ideal time to purchase this book
and make something to keep you warm.
It's also brilliant for things to make for
Christmas for your family and friends.


The book is split into sections.
The first one being basic and beautiful.
This section uses basic stitches to create
some amazing designs.
This means that even a knew knitter can
have a go on some of the patterns.

The other sections are;
Lovely Lace
Cables, Twists & Bobbles
Cozy Colourwork
How to Use This Book
Techniques & Stitches.

I cannot stress enough that this book
is really for every level of knitter.
Beginners are covered with the 1st sections
and all the instructional guides.
Then the designs move on and will keep
any level of knitter interested.


The designs amaze me how they all look so different.
I don't think there is one project that is similar
to another. They all have their own personality.

I really do love this book.
It's one I'll be using time and again.
The only big decision is which one to make first.

Available direct from Search Press


I received this book to review.
However all opinions expressed are my own.
Affiliate links are included on the post.
No monies were exchanged.


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