The Knitting Experience: Book 3: Color
The closest thing to a knitting coach, this primer on knitting describes simple approaches to choosing, using, and wearing color. Knitters move from being intimidated by the choices to being excited by the possibilities as the skill-building chapters put color into practice. Clear, step-by-step photographs lead knitters through a progression of new methods punctuated by fa...more
Paperback, 164 pages
Published November 1st 2005 by Xrx Books
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Good instruction on working with color. Of Sally's Knitting Series books, this one is the best. Her other two (Knit Stitch, and Purl Stitch) could easily be covered by getting the big Vogue Knitting book, but this one really excels at explaining how to add color to your knitting.
This is the space where you are to hear about me, Sally Melville—knitting designer / teacher / author. These spaces are usually written by people other than the person who is written about—for objectivity and all that good stuff. But I suspect what you’d then get is my story as told from the end and with all its ‘high points.’ And I don’t think that’s either inspiring or particularly truthful. Bec...moreMore about Sally Melville...