While you may consider yourself a champion crocheter or a knowledgeable knitter, you started just like everyone else – struggling to learn stitches, watching videos, and reading beginner books. As your confidence grew, you probably purchased more books with a wide variety of patterns and techniques. But you were always grateful for those first few books that helped you get started.
Enter two of the newest books from Storey. How to Knit: Learn the Basic Stitches and Techniques. A Storey Basics® Title
and How to Crochet: Learn the Basic Stitches and Techniques. A Storey Basics® Title
are perfect for individuals who are just beginning their knitting or crocheting journey. They start at the very beginning with the tools of the trade and parts of the crochet hook. The knitting book even has a section on points to remember for left-handers. All of it is presented in straightforward language so anyone can follow the steps and gain confidence to become a master of fiber arts.
The inside of the book is in basic black and white with detailed drawings that are easy to understand. The directions are simply presented so these books are perfect for children as well as adults. Their small size makes them perfect for keeping in your project bag.
The How to Crochet author, Sara Delaney, has been crocheting since she was a child. She provides instruction at WEBS and the Massachusetts Sheep and Woolcraft Fair. Her designs have been published by Coats & Clark and WEBS, as well as independently. Check out her blog at: chickenbetty.wordpress.com.
How to Knit author Leslie Ann Bestor is a knitting teacher and manager at WEBS. Previously, she authored Cast On, Bind Off. She is also a weaver and has been published in Handwoven magazine.
As usual, my one complaint is that they are perfect bound so they do not fold flat. Yes, I know, I sound like a broken record, but this is an important feature for me.
So this book giveaway is extra special. I have not one copy of each book to give away, but two! So we will have four winners this week! As usual, the rules are simple:
1. Make sure you “like” my Facebook page.
2. Make sure you “like” the book review post on Facebook.
3. I pick two winners!
I’ll pick all four winners on March 7th. Good luck and happy stitching!