I recently received a copy of Knitted Baby Mitts: 20 to Knit, by Sian Brown to review. It is really an adorable pattern book! Here’s my review.
The book reviewed in this post was provided by Search Press. All opinions are my own.
I recently received a copy of Knitted Baby Mitts: 20 to Knit, by Sian Brown to review. It is really an adorable pattern book!
Sian starts with a great little introduction. She explains all patterns are written for 0-3 months, 3-6 months, and 6-12 months. The smaller patterns are mitts with no thumb, and the larger size includes a thumb. She also point out that these quick projects are a great way to use up scraps of yarn.
There is a great variety in the pattern. There are animal mitts, fair isle, intarsia, cable, lace, texture and embroidery. There are so many different techniques used, and the patterns are clearly written so you can succeed with any of them.
After the introduction there is a great little knitting essentials section to teach some of the techniques you will need to know. Sian has really thought of everything. And as I said, the patterns are well written, so even a beginner could make these mitts. The larger sizes with the thumbs will be a little more advanced.
You can pick up your own copy or Knitted Baby Mitts: 20 to Make from Amazon HERE. You can also enter to win a copy below.
To enter the Knitted Baby Mitts book giveaway you must be at least 18 years of age and have a valid USA shipping address. Giveaway ends at end of day January 1, 2018. Winner will be contacted by email and will have one week to reply with a valid shipping address or a new winner will be chosen.
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