Thursday 3 March 2016

Learn to Knit Block by Block ~ Search Press ~ Book Review

by Che Lam

ISBN: 9781782212744
Publisher: Search Press
Publication Date: 15 December 2015
RRP: £10.99

Available direct from Search Press.



I am only a beginner when it comes to knitting.
There is so much to learn it seems daunting.
This book breaks it down so you can
easily and quickly progress.

If you are new to knitting or just want to
expand your skills then this book is brilliant.
It first teaches you how to read charts,
you'll need to do this as all the patterns
are in chart format.

Che guides you through tools and materials,
tension, holding the yarn and needles,
casting on and off and finishing.

Everything you learn is designed to create
an amazing afghan but you are also
given different projects that the squares
can be used for.

The book contains 50 knit blocks
to teach you 50 stitches and techniques.

You'll be amazed by how much is covered.
Your knitting will be expanded
in such a way you don't notice how quickly
you are learning so much.

I must admit I sometimes get bored knitting
but as you are only knitting a block at a time
it seems to go a whole lot faster.

With each new stitch or technique
you are given step by step instructions
to help you learn.
You are also given large and clear pictures
to show you what you should be doing.

You really will be amazed how quickly
you progress.
I also love the fact that I can create as
many or as few blocks as I want.
I have set myself a goal of hopefully
knitting at least two blocks a week.

This book has really excited me
and got me back on track
with learning new knitting skills.

I would highly recommend this book!

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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