Fiona Goble is an accomplished knitter and the author of many craft books and articles. She also owns a small business making woolen bags and home accessories. She lives in England.
Noah's Knits: Create the Story of Noah's Ark with 16 Knitted Projectsby Fiona Goble
From the author of the sensational Knit Your Own Royal Wedding and Knitivity, Noah's Knits lets/i>/i>/i>
A warm, humorous, and crafty way to teach children the story of Noahâ€™s arkâ€”instructions for knitting Noah, his wife, and 15 pairs of animals, all of which can fit inside the bookâ€™s fold-out ark.
From the author of the sensational Knit Your Own Royal Wedding and Knitivity, Noah's Knits lets you bring to life the story of Noah's ark. Included are instructions for creating cute and cuddly knitted dolls of Noah, his wife, and 15 pairs of adorable animals, all of which fit inside the book's cardboard fold-out ark.
The patterns vary in complexity, so crafters can work at their own paces, advancing from simple to more challenging projects as they watch this beloved Bible story unfold through the gorgeously illustrated and photographed pages of the book. The dolls are also perfect accessories for a Noah's Ark nursery theme!
- Andrews McMeel Publishing
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- 7.54(w) x 7.84(h) x 0.36(d)
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A very good book. All the characters are really really cute and the instructipns are easy to read. A must have book.
The author says that two of parenthood’s greatest pleasures are reading to children and playing with them. This book and set of figures that can be knitted is a perfect way to accomplish both of those goals. The story of Noah and the Ark is included in the book and is adorably illustrated with the knitted figures. Noah’s Knits includes patterns for Noah, his wife and fourteen different animals, ranging from the simple to the more complex in terms of knitting ability. If you are new to knitting, there is a large section at the start that shows in detailed illustrations the techniques of stitches, as well as how to start and end the knitted projects and other helps for stuffing and finishing them. I’ve really enjoyed reading the story to my children with the darling pictures, although it may take me a little longer to get all the figures knitted! I appreciated the little extra of the cardboard ark tucked into the back of Noah’s Knits to display the knitted figures on and also for acting out the story!