Melanie Falick, publishing director of STC Craft, is the author of Weekend Knitting, Handknit Holidays, and Knit: A Personal Handbook, (all STC), plus Kids Knitting and Knitting in America—with more than 400,000 books in print. She lives in Dutchess County, NY.
Kristin Nicholas is the author of Kids’ Embroidery (STC), as well as Knitting Today’s Classics, Knitting the New Classics, and Colorful Stitchery. She was named one of Vogue Knitting’s master knitters of the 1990s and is one of the foremost hand-knitting designers and colorists in the country. For 16 years, Nicholas was the creative director of Classic Elite Yarns. She lives on a sheep farm in western Massachusetts with her husband and daughter.
Ross Whitaker has specialized in photographing children for 17 years. His work regularly appears in national advertising campaigns and editorial publications. He maintains a studio in New York City.
I look forward to choosing some knitting projects for my first grandchild. I was interested in nursery toy patterns to make safe, 100% organic cotton toys for a young child. Read morePublished 3 months ago by MollyBea
This is a great book for beginning knitters. I've made 3 items in the short time since I got the book.Published 6 months ago by Carol Engstrom
Clear instructions for timeless patterns. Lots of illustrations. Primer for basic and advanced knitting techniques. Yarn information for projects provided.Published 7 months ago by Laura Morse
I absolutely love this book. It's great for any level of knitter (in my opinion) -- booties, sweaters (and instructions so you don't HAVE to do stripes if you don't want to),... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Lori Anderson
Haven't knitted out of this book yet but I'm looking forward to it.Published 8 months ago by Elizabeth R. Osborne
I am a very beginning knitter and this book has very simple instructions and great pictures. I found this book to be easy to use and not overwhelming.Published 21 months ago by Keli Jacewitz
I bougt his book as a gift for a friend. She is using it and seems to be enjoying the patternsPublished 22 months ago by Susie A. Gonzalez