Stitch 'n Bitch Nation, Paperback

Stitch 'n Bitch Nation Paperback

4 out of 5 (11 ratings)


Join the movement! Millions strong and counting, hip, young chicks with sticks are putting a whole new spin on knitting - while turning Stitch'n Bitch: The Knitter's Handbook into a surprise bestseller (The New York Times).

Written by Stitch 'n Bitch author Debbie Stoller, Stitch 'N Bitch Nation features 50 hip; new, even funkier and more fabulous patterns by Stitch 'n Bitch designers.

All designs are complete with full-colour photographs and step by step instructions, and are made from sexy, contemporary yarns, including multicoloured angora, alphaca, lace, and mohair.

Includes best tips, shortcuts, and techniques from Stitch 'n Bitchers, profiles of knitters and their groups, and a how to refresher on al the stitches used in the book.


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 289 pages, illustrations (some colour)
  • Publisher: Workman Publishing
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Knitting & crochet
  • ISBN: 9780761135906



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Stoller's second book has lots great knitting patterns for less traditional knitters. One of my big complaints was the excessive poncho/capelet patterns (which I feel are too trendy to want in a book). Over all the patterns are interesting and there is a variety of difficulty levels. I enjoyed SnB more, but this was worth buying.

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Yet more patterns which will be dated in five years, not destined for classics status on any knitting shelf, but a fun book which has helped renew interest in knitting, so yay!

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ANother good book for beginning knitters. I recommend this book for reference purposes and not so much for the patterns.

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Good patterns.Too bad the errata is as long as my face.

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I liked most of the patterns in this book, but what I found most helpful are the tips scattered through the book and the guidelines for modifying patterns. For some reason, the idea of ratios between the pattern and my actual gauge never crossed my mind until I read the beginning of this book.Kudos, Debbi Stoller!

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