Knitting Rules! Paperback
Both a celebration of knitting and a sourcebook for practical information, Knitting Rules! offers simple instructions for making hats, socks, and scarves, and sympathetic, emotional support.
Pearl-McPhee examines essential truisms of knitting, side by side with tongue-in-cheek warnings, realities, and fantasies about the act of knitting and the people who do it.
Unraveling the mysteries of what it is that makes knitting click, the Yarn Harlot is at her hilarious best!
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 224 pages, black & white illustrations
- Publisher: Storey Books
- Publication Date: 25/08/2006
- Category: Knitting & crochet
- ISBN: 9781580178341
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Review by Crowyhead
This is a funny, readable book that combines humor with knitting tips and patterns. The patterns are really more like jumping-off-places rather than full-on patterns, which could be either freeing or frustrating, depending on what kind of knitter you are.
Review by sanguinity
Eh. The last half of the book has useful information. However, spending the first half of the book on "Hey! We knit! Like, a LOT!" jokes is a waste of space, and the endless whining that arithmetic is haaaaaaard sets my teeth on edge.
Review by knittingchick
Even if you already know most or all of the techniques and tips in this book, read this book just for the witty dialogue. If you need to build a new wing in your home just for your stash, or carry your knitting everywhere, or find yourself talking spontaneously about knitting when it isn't really the topic at hand, read this book.The Yarn Harlot knows exactly how knitters feel about all of the above, and knows how to write about it.
Review by edie19
an absolute hoot - plus lots of helpful hints.
Review by Domic
Well, if I was only allowed one knitting book on a lonley island, it would probably NOT be this one- but its funny writing style and a lot of not-so-common-tricks and hints makes it a nice addition to every knitting-adict library shelf - and I loooove the "what kind of knitter are you" test in it!
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