News flash: knitting books have just received a few shelf doozies. We hope your needles are at the ready, because this Christmas, ‘Nans not the only one who’ll be rocking handmade knitwear. Make sure you pop one of these craft books on your Christmas wishlist.
Labour of Love
Vibe Ulrik Sondergaard’s pretty book is a bible for mini fashionistas. Packed with over 20 unique knitting patterns, each garment is stunningly feminine and has obviously been designed functionally with active children in mind. Buy or add to your wishlist here
Learn to Knit, Love to Knit
Not only has new knitter on the block, Anna Wilkinson put together a collection of 20 modern garments and accessories, but she’s also brilliant at teaching the basics about knitting. Win! Starting with an easy-as-pie, quick-knit chunky scarf, Anna demonstrates hot to make enviable knits with just a few basic techniques. Buy or add to your wishlist here
Circular Knitting Workshop
Pretty makes all in a row. Adorable right? They’re just some of the snuggly knits you can make in Margaret Radcliffe’s Circular Knitting Workshop. Have a go at Fair Isle, twined, helix, tubular, and other classic techniques through 35 projects including socks, hats, bags, mittens, sweaters and vests. There’s even a demo on converting straight-needled patterns to circular. Buy or add to your wishlist here