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Short Row Knits: A Master Workshop with 20 Learn-as-You-Knit Projects Paperback – September 15, 2015
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Carol Feller is an internationally known independent designer and teacher whose popular knitting classes can be found on Craftsy.com. She is the author of Contemporary Irish Knits, Scrumptious Knits, and Among Stones and has self-published and created more than 100 patterns for books, magazines, and yarn clubs. Carol lives in Cork, Ireland, with her husband, four sons, and a large dog. Learn more at StolenStitches.com
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Note that this book is intimately connected with Carol Feller's Craftsy class titled "Essential Short Row Techniques." If you take the class online, which is made up of video lessons and interactive options, you not only get some additional insights -- you also get to hear Feller's amazing and wonderful Irish accent. It's as charming as her knit wear. All of the lessons in the book are treated in much more detail in the Craftsy class, so if you're a visual learner you might benefit a lot from the videos on Craftsy. As I see it, the book is a companion to the detailed Craftsy classes that are available online.
Also keep in mind that all 20 patterns are on Ravelry in preview mode. Looking over there you'll get a good sense of these 20 projects.
In terms of what kind of book this is, it's a combination book. By this I mean that it begins with instructional material about particular stitch techniques (with drawings), then moves onto patterns. The patterns are written about the described in ways that will teach you the various short-row techniques that each involves and covers.
As you can surely tell from this review, I'm a BIG fan of Carol Feller's books, patterns, and overall approach to knitting. I was very much a DIY/self-taught knitter before discovering Feller's video lessons via Craftsy, and was quickly enchanted by her teaching style and can-do attitude when it comes to all kinds of knitting. This is another wonderful book from her.