Knitting for a Cure (Leisure Arts #5654) by Kay Meadors
Knowing the power of encouragement, Kay Meadors has created 18 designs to knit and share with loved ones who are fighting breast cancer. Kay says, "The journey of this book began a long time ago, when Denise Bell and I came up with the Traveling Shawl, a single project created by 50 different knitters. Its pattern and the story of its journey are right here in this book that I am so pleased to share with you, because this is one of my favorite kinds of knittingknitting with the heart." All in pink and with many bearing images of the breast cancer awareness ribbon, additional projects include scarves, a hat, a headband, fingerless gloves, a lap throw, teapot cozy, hot water bottle cover, pillow, and more.
Kay Meadors is the author and designer of numerous Leisure Arts knit and crochet books, including I Can't Believe I'm Lace Knitting. She also has written about how to teach a group of kids to knit and crochet and designed numerous collections of afghans, ponchos, christening sets, kid's caps, and other creations. Early in her career, Kay was a Leisure Arts knit and crochet instruction writer. To learn more about Kay and her passion for knitting, spinning, weaving, and quilting, visit her blog at NaturalStateKnitter.blogspot.com.