Join the domino craze with Knit to Be Square! Vivian Høxbro shows you how to combine modular squares into blocks of varying sizes that become the base for a variety of eye-catching two- and three-dimensional projects. Combine these geometric patterns with felting and you get gorgeous results!

Knit to Be Square includes:

Easy-to-Knit patterns for hats, bags, scarves, pillows, slippers, capelets, afghans, and more.
Quick-to-knit patterns made of small squares that take relatively few stitches to finish.
Ideal patterns for using up your stash.
Easy washing machine felting tips for wool.
Plus! An impressively sized afghan shows you how mitered squares can be used to get a patchwork effect similar to traditional quilts
And more!
But be prepared—this is an addictive form of knitting! One square leads to another, which leads to another, which leads to another…

Read about it here: http://www.interweave.com/knit/books/KnitToBeSquare/about.asp

View the slideshow here: http://www.viv.dk/Books/KnitToBeSquare/KnitToBeSquare.htm

Free Scarf Pattern here: http://www.viv.dk/Patterns/Patterns.htm

And join the KAL, here: http://www.knittingdaily.com/forums/t/1081.aspx

 And after you’ve done all that…. leave me a comment and this book just might become yours!

By Terrye




Comments

3 Comments so far

  1. Paula on February 3, 2009 7:19 am

    Thanks for the review of the book … it looks great and I will order it soon !

  2. Whitney on February 3, 2009 9:53 am

    Love all the projects shown! Great review!

  3. anya York on September 21, 2009 6:29 am

    I will be at bed rest for the winter and I am going to knit up a domino storm. Every pattern in Knit to Be Square! Vivian Høxbro is on my list. Even my husband i gettin onbord and writing the patterns up row by row for all repeats, a great help with the count and rechecking. Has any one found any real domino knitting needles I would like to know.

    Thanks

    Anya

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