I’m celebrating this week because my latest book has just been released (the technical release day is Wednesday, but my publisher is showing it as in stock).
It’s called Colorwork Knitting, and it features five different kinds of colorwork:
- working with self-striping yarn
- knitting your own stripes
- slip-stitch knitting
- stranded knitting
each used on five different kinds of projects:
- scarves (there’s one cowl, too)
- mitts, mittens or gloves
So in all that’s 25 patterns (all for women) that will bring a lot of color into your wardrobe and some great techniques to your needles. This book assumes you know how to knit but teaches all the colorwork techniques you need, as well as some of the basics of choosing colors. Check out the projects on Ravelry, or flip through the look book (PDF) to see more.
I’m so proud of this book and happy to have it (well, almost) out into the world.
If you’d like a chance to win a copy, leave a comment on this post by the end of the day Sunday, April 5. Let me know what colorwork technique you’re most interested in learning, or what your favorite is, or, heck, just say congratulations. I’ll take it.
Thanks for visiting, commenting and sharing, and good luck!