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Gwenivere Posted - 04/24/2010 : 09:39:33 AM
Any suggestions for a great knitting book full of patterns for spring/summer? thanks
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marjotse Posted - 04/25/2010 : 08:37:48 AM
Apart from Knitting in the sun, a book I really like there are also the books from Kim Hargreaves, her new one Misty, Breeze or Nectar. All three lovely books full of spring/summer projects, but again no men's or children's patterns....

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minh Posted - 04/24/2010 : 6:34:14 PM
If you want summer knitting projects, I would suggest Kristi Porter's Knitting in the sun.

The only problem I have with this book is that the patterns are geared towards women, no pattern for men or boys. A nice thing is that the project charts are available online which is great for knitting on the go.

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