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  • I got this as a gift, and that is a good thing - while I like owning the book, I probably wouldn't have bought it
  • A few of the patterns seem to be just make this shape in garter stitch, and I think anybody could have figured that out
  • I don't think I'll be knitting tights anytime soon, but they are rather funny

    • by booklover
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      This book by Debbie Stoller is, according to the cover, full of hip, funky patterns. There are extra segments too, where they interview/talk with different Stitch ‘n Bitch groups across the States.

      Since I’m not American, I didn’t really see the need.

      If there had been more Canadian


      groups, I probably would have been mroe interested.

      I got this as a gift, and that is a good thing - while I like owning the book, I probably wouldn’t have bought it.

      There are a few really neat patterns in the book, but some of the patterns ...


      • seem a bit of a stretch - as in, we’ve run out of patterns, so let’s make up some random thing.

        A few of the patterns seem to be just make this shape in garter stitch, and I think anybody could have figured that out.

        But the ideas

        are good, and there are a lot of them.

        I don’t think I’ll be knitting tights anytime soon, but they are rather funny.

        All in all, it’s an okay book - after all, there are very few knitters who will pick up a pattern book and love every pattern in it.




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