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Knitalong: Celebrating the Tradition of Knitting Together Hardcover – March 15, 2008
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"Go Big Knits" from the editors of Marie Claire Idees
Knit designs from the editors of Marie Claire Idées to ensure that women of all body shapes and types will look—and feel—fantastic. Learn more
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About the Author
Martin John Brown is a freelance writer whose work has appeared in MAKE, Sierra, Air & Space/Smithsonian, and American Spirit. Together Larissa and Martin wrote the business book Demystifying Grant Seeking.
Michael Crouser is a Brooklyn- and Minneapolis-based photographer whose clients include BMW, United Airlines, Target, and Nikon. His first monograph was published in 2007.
Top Customer Reviews
You'll understand. What Larissa and Martin have done is created a book that is also a camera's viewfinder, in which you see other people, like yourself, all over the world, knitting, creating, becoming involved in the art, and involved in each other.
Every time I open it, I see something new and interesting, informative and life-affirming. Hey, the patterns and projects are GREAT, the writing is really, really excellent, and the photography is perfectly beautiful, but this book is special. Larissa and Martin hand-knit this book for you and me. For us. Get this book.
Knitalong is a collection of stories, pictures, resources, and even patterns. It explains how to find knitting groups both in the flesh and on-line. I found Larissa Brown's stories engaging, interesting, and inspiring. I especially liked the chapter on historical knitalongs. Knitting together is such a beautiful concept and this book inspired me to start a knitting group at my workplace.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Item was just as described. I would purchase from this seller again.Published 4 months ago by Bonnie Bates
This was a Christmas gift for my daughter, who says it is great, as she is involved in a knit-along.Published 5 months ago by Margaret Tucker
I liked a pattern in this book, that is why I purchased it. I am interested in the blanket pattern. I did enjoy reading the other parts of the book.Published on June 4, 2014 by Christina See