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leslie979
06-09-2007, 01:29 AM
Hello all. I was just wondering what knitting book do you feel is a must have. I have Knitting Rules, and The Knitting Answer Book, Vogue Knitting Quick Reference, and Knitting School (which I have yet to find a use for). I also have Stitch and Bitch. The Vogue full book around here is about 40 bucks. Im kind of hesitant to buy it. So I was wondering what is the must have knitting book for techniques, that can be helpful to all knitters regardless of skill level.

rebecca
06-09-2007, 01:56 AM
One of the things that my husband gave me for our anniversary is a marvelous knitting book, it's very new, just off of the presses, so to speak, The Best of Vogue Knitting (http://www.knitpicks.com/The+Best+of+Vogue+Knitting_BD30923.html) 25 years of articles, techniques and advice. There are 25 articles out of Vogue Knitting over the past 25 years and it's fantastic, I really love it!
One of my all time favorite books is one I've had since right after I began knitting, Scarf Style (http://www.knitpicks.com/Scarf+Style_BD30529.html), I also adore the other 2 "style" books (Lonnie surprised me with these, too!), Wrap Style (http://www.knitpicks.com/Wrap+Style_BD30667.html) and Lace Style (http://www.knitpicks.com/Lace+Style_BD30897.html). My goodness, I could go on and on!
Oh, and there is Best of Interweave Knits (http://www.interweave.com/knit/books/BestIWK/) that is to be released in the fall.
Everyone has such eclectic tastes, I'm sure you will get many answers, I have learned a lot from the Vogue Knitting book that Lonnie gave me last month already. You might want to look at the books at KnitPicks (http://www.knitpicks.com/knitting+books.html), they have a great selection and you can usually glance few some pages of each book.