I received this book for a fair and honest review.
Overview: Ms. Knight has taken the time, and twenty projects, to help the novice knitter progress his/her craft into first intermediate, and then on towards mastery.
Story Telling: There is a lot you can learn in these workshop books. They always have their tips, and tricks, even when they aren’t advertising them. She calls them master tips, and they are good ones that is easy to spot. She included a couple of gauge rulers, and a list of abbreviations as well as a list of tools that will make your knitting life easier.
Likes: I like how the patterns include little tips for making the knitting process, and project, both easier as well as unique. And the sample pictures of the stitches were a great benefit.
Dislikes: I don’t have any problems with this book.
Favorite Scene (Pattern): My bookmark is set, and I’m ready to go. I plan on starting with the ‘Two Needle Socks’ first.
Conclusion: This was a fascinating book. One that is helpful to all those new to knitting, as well as a good reminder for those who have been at it for a while, and all those in between.