Win a Copy of “The Knitter’s Journal”
Knitter’s have a million ideas at once. We sketch on scraps of napkins that we lose. We put bookmarks in our stitch dictionaries thinking, “that might make a good scarf”, we swatch to inspire and then forget what we were swatching for . . . no? Just me? Oh well. If any of this sound familiar to you, have I got a book for you!
Win a copy of “The Knitter’s Journal”
The brain child of Jane Klein, this handy book will pull everything together in one place. In The Knitter’s Journal Jane has included knitting abbreviations, graph symbols and paper as well as a place for you to put your measurements, swatch and yarn samples all in one place
I loved that it was written for all knitting levels. This is a guide you can grow with. Everyone needs goodies like the needle inventory, swatch and needle gauge. But for the new knitter, they will find the tables of yarn estimates, info on understanding yarn labels, properties of yarn and recommended books invaluable!
My total fave feature are the 6 erasable swatch pockets to keep track of your current projects and pages that allow you to keep samples of your yarn stash.
There are even special pages to deal with things like Intarsia:
And even pages for you to scrap book projects that you finished in the past.
Giveaway will run now through midnight EST on Nov 25, 2016 and winner will be announced by by Nov 26th The winner will be contacted by email.
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Thanks for this wonderful opportunity
Thank you for this chance Patty! Love everything you!!!
Sounds like a great organizing tool and a way to remember what you’ve made, especially when the brain is getting old.
This would be so useful as I have one for my sewing and wanted something similar for my knitting.