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Klutz Knitting Book Kit Paperback – September 1, 2013
"Warlight" by Michael Ondaatje
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Knitting takes the novice crafter from step zero (how to hold the needles and yarn) to look-what-I-made finished projects. Unlike other how-to-knit books, the directions here are clearly explained in plain language with no confusing abbreviations, diagrams, or codes. The projects-a long skinny scarf, a cozy hat, a sunglass case, a cell phone holder, and more-are all teen-tested and a far cry from your grandmother's afghan. Altogether, it's everything anybody needs to start knitting now.
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7 years later I find myself expecting my first baby and wanting to knit baby things myself. The problem I couldn't remember how and I lost my book in a move. I knew immediately I needed to order it again. After skimming the the instruction pages I was knitting again. Within 2 days I completed a pair of baby booties with the help of the Klutz Knitting book and a pattern off the internet.
This kit comes with literally everything you need to get started. My only slight complain is you need to ball the yarn yourself and it can get tangled when you ball it. The instructions are super simple and it's easy and fun
Also, I was told by a friend who knits a whole lot that the yarn in this kit is really cheap and terrible to work with. I think I've realized that a ball of thick wool yarn (5 bucks on Amazon), some wooden needles (it's very cheap to get a whole set), and a YouTube video would be a much better and even cheaper way to learn.