New Knitting Books for Spring 2024

Delve into the world of knitting with a diverse selection of new books offering patterns, techniques, and inspiration for crafters of all levels. From intricate tile-inspired motifs to cozy nursery furnishings, and from stylish tops for warm weather wear to innovative sock designs, these new books showcase the breadth and depth of knitting possibilities. Whether you’re a seasoned knitter seeking new challenges or a beginner eager to learn, these reviews provide insight into each book’s content, inviting you to explore the art of knitting and unleash your creativity stitch by stitch.

100 Knitted Tiles” offers a plethora of knitting charts and patterns inspired by decorative tiles from around the globe. With designs ranging from intricate colorwork to simple textured motifs, this collection provides endless possibilities for creating unique projects using a variety of techniques such as stranded knitting and intarsia.

52 Weeks of Socks, Vol. II” presents an array of sock patterns contributed by talented designers worldwide, catering to both beginners and advanced knitters. With clear instructions and stunning photography, this book offers inspiration and guidance for crafting socks using a diverse range of techniques, from lace to colorwork.

Knitting Light” by Marie Greene introduces a collection of lightweight patterns for tops and tees designed to keep you cool and stylish year-round. Featuring lace details, unexpected textures, and classic shapes, these mostly seamless designs are perfect for knitters of advanced-beginner and intermediate skill levels, offering versatility and comfort with plant-based yarns.

Knitted Nursery” by Melanie Porter provides 35 patterns for creating a cozy and colorful nursery environment, including furnishings, clothes, and toys. Divided into sections inspired by vintage and contemporary styles, this book offers projects for knitters of all levels, accompanied by comprehensive techniques for beginners and experienced crafters alike.

Short-Row Colorwork Knitting” by Woolly Wormhead introduces the technique of short-row colorwork knitting with step-by-step instructions and a stitch dictionary of 50+ patterns. Featuring accessory patterns from various designers, this book showcases the beauty and versatility of short-row colorwork, offering a new way for knitters to explore vibrant and intricate designs.

Essential Knit Sweaters” by Frauke Ludwig presents 20 classic sweater patterns in a range of styles and sizes, perfect for everyday wear. With detailed instructions and knitting tutorials, this book guides knitters in creating versatile and comfortable sweaters that will become wardrobe staples for years to come.

  • Kathy G.

    Looking for a place I can find different types of stitches with pictures of stitches and how to do I like to make afghans choosing stitches from all over so just need to make sure they have the repeat & plus stitches!!


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