I wanted to know how to knit as a kid - and how to crochet, how to macrame, how to embroider - I've been crazy for the fiber arts forever! It wasn't until I was in my 30s that I finally learned to crochet - from a video for kids! But looking at Susan B. Anderson's Kids' Knitting Workshop I think this book might have been an even better option!
Kids' Knitting Workshop is the perfect book for kids who want to learn to knit - and adults too, if you ask me! There are detailed instructions, drawings, and tons of information included - as well as 17 knit patterns that start easy peasy and gradually add skills as you go!
And I have to mention the spiral binding! I love love love when instructional books come spiral bound - and when it's for kids, it's even more important! This book is well put together, sturdy and solid. They've thought of everything!
So I would absolutely recommend this book - for kids, for grown ups, for anyone at all who want to learn to knit! Who doesn't appreciate clear, simple instructions and helpful advice?
You can purchase Kids' Knitting Workshop at any of these affiliate links: Amazon US, Amazon CA, Amazon UK, and Amazon DE... and you can enter to win a free copy in the giveaway below!
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I learned to crochet from a kids book and you tube videos. This is a great book. Thanks for sharing. My fingers are crossed!
My daughter would LOVE this. She's into knitting and is 10. 🙂
Amazing, my niece would love it.