"Make it and gift it. Use one skein--nice, when some of those little balls of yarn cost big bucks. Cute ideas, nice photos--every knitter can learn to make these, but I would suggest some knitting experience."
"God is great! She really does care about us and wants us to be happy. Thus, the craft of knitting and this cool book of fiber and song. Buy it just because you're worth it. Read it when you take a break from knitting that fabulous scarf."
"Not truly a quick knit book. But hey, I love it, so it's on the list. Excellent starter book, with more than enough variation for more experienced knitters. Good tips, great photos, beautiful projects."
"Think you can't learn to knit? YES YOU CAN. See how quick these seamless tubes of knitting make hats, scarves, mittens, socks. Make a hat you'd want to wear, in less than three hours---the first time you try! This craft is based on pegotty/rake/loom knitting, from 1300s Europe."
"Beautiful photos, excellent, clear instructions, easy patterns, wonderful diagrams. What else do you need? The companion knitting mag called Family Circle Easy Knitting, of course---a quarterly publication."
"Want beautiful accessories but don't have much time? Get this book and get knitting! Some yarns used are expensive but search online for knitting warehouse or knit picks and get some comparable, less pricy stuff and get knitting!"
"Fast and fabulous knits. Tells you what to do, how to do it. Great diagrams, good explanations. Great little projects (flame sweater, devil ski hat) to get you started and get you into the craft. Enjoy!"
"A little kit to get you started and to whet your appetite for knitting. Yes, it's "real" knitting--french knitting, lace cord knitting, etc. Switch to sterling silver wire instead of yarn, make grown-up jewelry, too!"