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Sarah E. White

A Different Take on Circular Knitting

By December 24, 2012

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I love books that put a creative spin on things we think we already know. Sure, you can make a cable, for example, but how about a reversible cable in two colors? (Thanks, Lily Chin!)

knitting from the center outKnitting from the Center Out by Daniel Yuhas. Stewart, Tabori & Chang.

Maybe you already know how to knit in the round, work a toe-up sock and start a shawl from the center, but I'll bet there's still plenty you can learn from Daniel Yuhas' Knitting from the Center Out.

This informative and fun book takes a fresh look at what Yuhas calls revolutionary knitting (meaning knitting in the round, or more accurately an ever-increasing spiral) and offers intriguing projects for hats, socks, sweaters, toys, shawls, blankets and more. It's a great pick for the adventurous knitter who wants to see how far she can take her knitting in 2013.

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December 24, 2012 at 11:08 pm
(1) Hamimono says:

This book looks interesting! Great recommendation, Sarah.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you and yours! Thanks for the hard work you do through the year to provide great information for knitters.

“It’s a great pick for the adventurous knitter who wants to see how far she can take her knitting in 2013.”

Or even he/his knitting . . .

December 26, 2012 at 1:20 pm
(2) knitting says:

Well, of course :) just making up for all the “he” statements in the world. ;)

Hope you had a good holiday, too. Thanks for reading!

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