Bead Knitting , book review , cables and textured knitting , color knitting , designing fun , history of knitting , Knitting -- general , Lace knitting , stranded colorwork
The funny thing that I’ve noticed over the years is that the bulk of my really good knitting books come from basically one of two places: classic books (EZ or Maggie Righetti, etc) OR Interweave Press. I have almost all the knitting books IP has ever published … and I keep these and refer to them all the time.
Now, here’s the part about the “heads up” … seems Interweave is having a BIG Labor Day sale. Check it out and see ifyou don’t agree that Interweave sells some of the best books on knitting (and other fibery-fun crafts)! Here’s a link to the sale … Save up to 60% on the Labor Day Sale at Interweave