The idea behind this book is to look at the practical and therapeutic nature of knitting by providing simple patterns that beginner knitters can follow and also to suggest some ideas for setting up a knitting group and making larger projects together.
The patterns are all based on a simple square shape.
This means that the part you are currently working on can be transported with you wherever you go - on the train, bus, waiting room or even the hairdresser!
Many knitters make squares into blankets, so this is nothing new, but how the colours and patterns are joined together makes a beautiful end result by following suggestions in this book.
You can change the colours to make the project your own.
To knit your way through a life crisis or recovery from an operation is so beneficial putting your thoughts into the craft, rather than dwelling on a problem.
There are also many charities who welcome blankets and a short list is mentioned within this book, but there are many more.