First Time Knits by Sincerely Louise
Learn everything you need to know about knitting with these fun projects featuring step-by-step instructions which will take you from beginner to knitter. Links to comprehensive online tutorials.
Learn everything you need to know about knitting with these fun projects by designer Sincerely Louise (Louise Walker) featuring step-by-step instructions which will take you from beginner to fully-fledged knitter. This book is perfect for crafters who want to make something beautiful quickly, but are intimidated by most knitting patterns.
Assuming that you've never held a needle before, the book introduces you to the basics and teaches you new techniques when you need them as you progress through your project, without overloading you with information.
Projects include: animal phone cosy, bear cup warmer, tiger scarf, whale bottle carrier, turtle coaster, faux taxidermy, bobble hat, hot dog toy, and rainbow raglan jumper. And the best thing is that most of the projects use chunky and super chunky yarn, which means that the wool is easy to handle, you can see your stitches more easily and your project will grow quickly!
First Time Knits also has links to accessible online video tutorials. As you go through the book Louise's knitters work on the same project as you. They tell you their knitting stories and compare their finished knits, helping to identify common mistakes and how to fix them.
Sincerely Louise is an award-winning independent British knitting brand based in an old cutlery factory in Sheffield UK. Louise Walker designs knitting patterns and kits, and books inspired by taxidermy. Louise says "I love making people smile and knitting things you might not expect to see, like a pig in a blanket or a giant dragon head. I also love being part of the knitting community and seeing my designs created in different yarns and sizes, and customised by knitters everywhere."
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