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"To answer the burning question - yes, the Central Park Hoodie is in this book (sized from 32-60"). Plus there's a lot of other good stuff. I'm not a regular reader of Knitscene so a lot of the patterns in here I'd never seen. All of the patterns have been published in the magazine, but if you don't have them all this is a great eclectic collection of patterns. There are extras too, articles - I really enjoyed the article about how Knitscene uses sweater trends and how to wear them. There's a sprinkling of profiles of Knitscene's favorite designers and I never get tired of reading about designers' inspirations. I found at least 8 things I would make in this book - Mathew Gagny's Heleborus Yoke cardigan and Cecily Glowik MacDonald's Michaelmas Mitts top my list." - Jillian Moreno, Knitty.com
"This book is a fun one. Twenty classic, stylish patterns for sweaters, vests, shawls, hats and socks. I want to make every single one of them, from the Oscilloscope Shawl to the Equinox Raglan to the Central Park Hoodie." - Austin-American Statesman
"Written by the author of Knitting Plus and the editor of Knitscene, this book features the magazine's 20 most popular styles." - Knitting at Large
"All of the patterns have been published in the magazine, but if you don't have them all, this is a great eclectic collection of patterns. There are extras too. I really enjoyed the article about how Knitscene uses sweater trends and how to wear them. There's a sprinkling of profiles of Knitscene's favorite designers and I never get tired of reading about designers' inspirations." - Knitty.com
"I predict that by then end of next year I'll have knitted five projects from The Best of Knitscene. That's a pretty high endorsement!" - KnittingDaily.com
Lisa Shroyer is the editor of Knitscene magazine. She has also worked as the patterns editor for Interweave Knits and Knitscene magazines since 2005, where she has witnessed thousands of knitting patterns and all possible permutations of sweater construction. A life-long knitter, she has combined her expertise and her eye for design with a passion for knitting for plus sizes in Knitting Plus, her first book. Lisa lives in North Carolina.
Well written and understandable patterns.
Too bad- this book has left me so disappointed in Interweave Knits for publishing so many errors in patterns that have been already published in their magazine!
The Best of Knitscene is dedicated to the best patterns in the last five years of this knitting magazine.
Several wonderful designs which I do plan on converting to machine knit. Favorite is the cover pattern.Published 5 days ago by Lots of fun. can't put it down.
This is an instruction book of patterns more than half of which I would consider knitting. I have already started the Park Avenue hod die.Published 11 months ago by Susan Towers
I bought this gift for my wife and she loved it. She is on her second project and wants more books.... what have I done.Published on March 29, 2013 by Edward A Ponce
I am already making a sweater from this book, and I love it. So many great patterns in one place.Published on February 11, 2013 by CaraMox
It was a really great buy. I have already knitted several of the patterns and looking forward to knit at least two or three more.Published on January 21, 2013 by Ana Lorena Ruano
One of the best pattern books I have ever found. Love the variety of patterns. And of course, my all time favorite, the CPH is in there! Well written and understandable patterns. Read morePublished on October 14, 2012 by Anne Cloward
I will buy anything from Knitscene. Their patterns are written so well. You could imagine my thrill when I saw the best of Knitscene! Read morePublished on June 3, 2012 by Clover