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Naughty Needles: Sexy, Saucy Knits for the Bedroom and Beyond (Potter Craft) Paperback – December 19, 2006
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Nikol Lohr is the thirty-something creator of DisgruntledHousewife.com and the brand-new ThriftyKnitter.com, as well as the co-queenie of cooking site OutOfTheFryingPan.com and chick site SmileAndActNice.com. She and her websites have rated mention in numerous publications, including Wired, Playboy, The Guardian, Glamour, the New York Times, Cosmopolitan, the Los Angeles Times, the Sydney Herald, the San Francisco Chronicle, Entertainment Weekly, Paper, and Fortune. As a champion of the wifely arts, Lohr can cook, sew, crochet, knit, needlepoint, embroider, decoupage, print, grow things, fix things, and generally craft her ass off. A longtime resident of Austin, Texas, Lohr recently moved to rural Kansas, where she is rehabilitating four old school buildings into a secluded arts retreat.
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In my opinion, knitted undergarments aren't particularly "sexy" unless they're knitted from silky, fine-gauge yarns. Because so many of the patterns in this book call for wool yarn and for large (US13) or fairly large needles (US5, US7), the book doesn't appeal to me. If you're looking for sexy knitted garments and undergarments, I would recommend either Knitting Lingerie Style or Sexy Little Knits.
As I said in my original review (posted in 2007, shortly after the book was published), I can see laughing over this book with friends, but it's not a must-have for your knitting book collection.