"Waste not, want not" appears to be the motto at Taunton Press as it continues to spin off material first published in Threads magazine. This is a compendium of techniques from readers that first appeared in Threads' "Tips" column. That said, the really meaty content, now indexed and gathered together in one well-illustrated volume, makes this a good choice for any knitting collection.
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good resource for all phases of knitting experience from experience to beginners. Good reference book to have in a library.Published 21 months ago by reb55
The accumulated experience and wisdom of many successful knitters ~ a good reference book with excellent illustrations, how-to diagrams and helpful advice ~Published on July 19, 2013 by Susan K Mansfield
I actually threw my copy away because it contained no information that I haven't read on the Internet. Read morePublished on December 6, 2012 by tmtrvlr
This is a great book. I would recommend it to any knitter from beginner to experienced. If there is an answer you need it is in this book and it is easy to understand.Published on November 12, 2010 by Linda Jordan
I received this book as a gift and I find it very useful. I often use it for reference. I recommend it to anyone that knits various items.Published on December 5, 2009 by Waldo
I picked up a couple of tips (and I got the book used at a very low price, so I can't complain) but there's just not that much in here. Read morePublished on March 27, 2009 by dawnwich
Do you know how to tell the difference between synthetic and natural fibers? Burn the tip of the yarn, and watch how it melts. Read morePublished on January 1, 2009 by Susanne Carlisle
I borrowed this book from the library to see if it was "worth" buying for myself. After I found myself referring to it constantly and renewing it for an additional 30 days, I... Read morePublished on March 8, 2007 by H. Harris