I'm thrilled to announce the release of my new book The Knitting All Around Stitch Dictionary! Like the companion volume, The Up, Down, All-Around Stitch Dictionary that was released in 2014, it contains 150 base stitch patterns which I present to be knitted not only in its original, "flat" orientation, but also converted to in-the-round, top-down and bottom up. So, with this book, you'll have literally hundreds of ways to knit the stitch patterns in the book.
This latest volume contains a new section, Mosaics. (In addition to Knits and Purls, Fancy, Lace, Ribs, and Cables.)
Oh, and did I mention that each stitch pattern is presented by chart and fully written out?
When I get a chance to talk to people about writing these books, they almost always mention how tough it must be to "crack" each of the stitch patterns. Yup. It is hard. The thing is, I do like knitting in the round and top-down, so while designing new knitting patterns it occurred to me that books like these would be helpful to other knitters who, even though many have the skills to convert them on their own, would like a handy reference at their fingertips that does all the work for them.
BLOG TOUR (Mark your calendars!)
4/28 - Leethal
5/2 - Yarniacs
5/5 - Mason-Dixon Knitting
5/9 - Craft Sanity
5/11 - WEBS
5/16 - Knitcircus
5/ 18 - AboutKnitting.com
5/23 - Craftgossip