Anyway, I'm always on the look out for knitting things and wool and everything!
I do need to write about it a lot more, but I don't find the time or motivation.
So I've narrowed this down to three books, and why I want them.
Fair Isle Style: 20 Fresh Designs for a Classic Technique
So I love the cover design! It's so pretty. And on the back cover there is a hat and scarf design that I love.
Personally I think the cover design would be great to use up some odd yarn with some new.
I think the price is really cheap!
Fair Isle was another break through I had when I was pregnant and ever since I've loved it. It makes knitting so much more interesting, challenging.
And it makes self striping yarn ever more interesting when paired with a block colour. I just love it.
I'm always looking for new knitting patterns and Fair Isle patters.
Happy Feet (Cathy Carron Collection)
I'm a sock addict, no doubts about it.
I love differnt styles, Fair Isle (again..) and a bit of everything. Currently I'm doing something based on this pattern from Knitty, a two needle sock.
Anyway, the pinao socks were the first to catch my attention, then the toeless really looked cool, but I don't know what I'd use them for. And the zigzag stripe thing?! YES!
I love interesting patterns and always seem to have a pair of socks on the go. I've only knitted three pairs so far, but I'm always looking to do more.
It seems a little expensive, but could well be worth it.
Scottish Knits: Colorwork and Cables with a Twist
And I do love Fair Isle.
Hats, gloves, cardigans, jumpers.
There isn't a description on Amazon, but that hat, and the juper on the left? I do love it. And the cardigan on the right is pretty nice too... There isn't much information on this book but based from the cover picutres I'm intrested.