Baby Knits for Beginnersby Debbie Bliss
This new book from star designer Debbie Bliss is a complete beginner's guide to knitting for babies, from bootees and blankets to simple sweaters. Published in a handy format ideal for tucking into a knitting bag or pocketbook, it features clear, step-by-step instructions, 15 stylish projects, and 90 color photos and illustrations. In Baby Knits for Beginners, Debbie Bliss, the foremost designer of knitwear for babies and children, offers her expert instruction to those who have never before picked up a knitting needle. Renowned for her stylish and simple designs, Bliss first guides the beginning knitter through all the basic steps and techniques, from casting on and adjusting tension to mastering all the key stitches. She then presents step-by-step instructions for 15 adorable knitwear designs, from a beanie hat and raglan sweater to a shawl-collar jacket and seed-stitch shoes. With its handy format and outstanding color photos and illustrations, Baby Knits for Beginners is the perfect companion for all novices.
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Meet the Author
Debbie Bliss is one of today’s best-known knitwear designers. With a string of bestselling titles to her name, she regularly tours Canada and the U.S. giving workshops. She has her own Debbie Bliss yarn brand which is sold worldwide.
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I actually went to buy the Itty Bitty hat book but B&M didn't have it. I saw this and got it right away. I know how to cast on, knit and pearl. That is it. I never knitted anything in my Life. The best part of this book is it has patterns that only require one or two different stiches. I am making the first item right now. I LOVE it. The only issues I have seen so far is that when I went to the craft shop they didn't cary the specified yarn and it doesn't give an alternative list. That stinks for the beginner because I don't know how to sub things yet. I can barely understand how to read the yarn (sarcastic). The other thing is I didn't know what darn meant and I had to read through the book to see what that meant. The definitions should be clear and easy to find. Other than that, this is perfect for a beginner. In my opinion, there is NO perfect beginner book. You have to subsidize books with on line videos. It is to hard to understand the verbage and illustrations when you are a beginner like me. You will like this book in particular because of the one or two stiches needed in patterns that you can do so easily. Great book.