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“If the cold weather has you excited to stay inside, this is the book for you.”
-Tulsa World, Tulsa, OK
“Reads like an atlas of quirky yarn shops from all across the land.”
-Associated Press, Syndicated Article
“Start something and finish it immediately. Judith Durant put 101 quick patterns in her book [One-Skein Wonders].” –Metro West Daily News, Framingham, Mass.
“Divided by fiber weight, the chapters tell you exactly what local yarn shop owners around the country think you should do when you have just one ball to knit.”
-- Yarn Market News
Every knitter has at least a few single skeins -- those oddball orphans that clutter up your yarn stash. They're too beautiful to toss, but what can you do with them? Yarn shops across America come to the rescue with this creative collection of all the patterns you could ever want. One hundred and one sweet, addictive single-skein solutions: hats, mittens, and scarves; napkin rings, coasters, and wine bags; hairclips, belts, and bags -- stylish, fun-to-knit projects that demand little yarn but deliver big results. Leftover skeins never had it so good!
Was hoping this would help bust some of my yarn stash but I don't like as many patterns in here that I thought I would.Published 16 hours ago by fashionista student
Wonderful book ! I was amazed at the number of patterns included. With spring at our doorstep, I can't wait to make some simple little scarves using patterns from this book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ann745
Haven't had time to really get into the patterns, but they all look like fun.Published 1 month ago by Mary
I bought this book by mistake but I really like it. I have many single skeins of yarn, this is the way to get rid of them!Published 2 months ago by nina ford
This book has become a classic in my knitting library. If only for the ruffled fisherman ribbed scarf made from chunky yarn, which you can use as a base pattern to make with two... Read morePublished 2 months ago by really?