Books: Learn How To Knit
It's the gift-giving season and what better gift than a good old book.
The Countess has turned the ground floor of the studio into Library these days with a huge range of books on offer. In this article, we are going to have a nose at the knitting books we have selected.
We all know someone who keeps saying they want to learn to knit but they never do. Well, we have a book for that! Introducing, Hello Knitting - Pavillion, the guidebook on learning to knit and crochet. This book is filled with simple and easy patterns with colour photographs throughout. It's for those who have never picked up needles or a hook before and they will come away feeling inspired by this charming little book.
This is another "complete beginner" style book, with 20 step-by-step projects. Knitting may seem complicated but this book will ease you into the techniques you need to learn and before you know it, you will have a wardrobe worth in the making. Guide books like these are great for getting to grips with learning new techniques as the illustrations and guides are thorough. This is a great addition to anyone's gift list.
It's sometimes hard to tell if we are still a yarn shop or if the Countess has decided we are now an independent book shop overnight. Do us a favour and consider adopting a book today so we can have our yarn back. You can find the full collection of books at Countess Ablaze.