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Knitting for November and Beyond

By December 11, 2012

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Yes, yes, I know it's December, so it might seem a little silly to be talking about a book called November Knits. But just because that's the title of Kate Gagnon Osborn and Courtney Kelley's new book doesn't mean you can't knit these things any old time of the year.

november knitsNovember Knits by Kate Gagnon Osborn and Courtney Kelley. Interweve Press.

If fact, right now is a great time to get started on some seasonal knits that can help you make the transition from winter into spring or spring into summer (if you're done with your Christmas knitting, anyway).

The book has 21 patterns for cardigans, coats, cowls, socks, scarves, legwarmers and other things that can add a layer of warmth when you need it but be easily shed when the day turns warmish. There's lots of cute stuff in here, so if you're always wondering what you ought to knit to wear between seasons, this is a book you should check out.


December 11, 2012 at 8:04 pm
(1) Barb says:

I love this book. I have yarn for at least two of the patterns already and hope to make more.

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