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Knit and Crochet Books and Online Resources

Kawaii Crochet by Melissa Bradley is a delightfully colorful romp through mostly food related Amigurumi. Everything is explained – from the tools and supplies you need to create your favorite crochet amigurumi to how to crochet and finish your piece. Patterns range in levels of difficulty from beginner to intermediate. This book would be a very fun way to introduce yourself to the wonderful world of amigurumi crochet!

 

Easy Knitted Fingerless Gloves by Nihon Vogue has 21 Japanese knitting patterns for various styles of fingerless gloves and arm warmers. The styles range from everyday to traditional to fancy with beadwork. The patterns are very clear and easy to follow with diagrams. Patterns range in levels of difficulty from medium to expert.

 

 

Knit Blankets by Timeless NORO pulls together 25 of the most popular knitted blankets from the magazine in one place. Patterns range in difficulty from medium to expert. Almost all of the suggested yarn throughout the book is variegated although other yarn could be easily substituted. The color photographs throughout the book are truly stunning.

 

Are you looking for something you can access right now?

  • Overdrive has a small number of crafting titles available today that you can check out.
  • Want to read a knitting magazine? Check out Interweave Knits on RBDigital.
  • Hoopla has a bunch of crafting titles available today that you can check out. My new favorite title is Knits for Nerds by Joan of Dark.

Check back next week for more great Non-Fiction reads! Have questions or problems we can help you with? Email us at reference@haverhillpl.org! Stay well!!

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