This small book is the perfect beginner guide. It's so compact that you can easily put it in your knitting bag with your project and take it wherever you're going. The instructions for learning how to knit are clear and the accompanying illustrations make things easy to understand. The basic projects range from very-first absolute beginner level to some items that are a little more involved for someone who has been knitting for a while.
As the weather gets colder and we all start staying indoors more, here are some cute picture books about being artistic to inspire you to create!
I ain't gonna paint no more! by Karen Beaumont; illustrated by David Catrow
The dot by Peter H. Reynolds
Harold and the purple crayon by Johnson, Crockett, 1906-
Frederick by Leo Lionni
Struggling with fractions? Let our materials help you break those numbers down. We've got everything:
Inchworm and a half by Elinor Pinczes ; illustrated by Randall Enos
The Wishing Club : a story about fractions by Donna Jo Napoli ; pictures by Anna Currey
Mary Clare likes to share : a math reader by Joy Hulme ; illustrated by Lizzy Rockwell
- Głowa Minotaura by Marek Krajewski
- Dziewice, do boju! by Monika Szwaja
- Czarna wdowa atakuje by Irena Matuszkiewicz.
Come on in and check them out.
Since it'll be awhile before the book is published, why not check out some of Weird Al's music in the meantime?
“I’ve always wanted to write children's books,” said Yankovic. “And now, it’s not only a goal, it’s a contractual obligation.”
There are so many beautiful fibers available for knitting in retail shops and online, but sometimes it can be challenging to combine colors for a pleasing finished product. This book includes a wide variety of projects with a wide variety of color combinations and offers tips on how to combine colors successfully. I've been wanting to learn how to embroider on my handknits, and I think that the Somewhere Over the Rainbow Gloves may be my first attempt.
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