Knitting

 
Judy Ann Sadler
Esperança Melo
 

Knitting is a popular, fun and creative pastime that yields items kids can wear or give as gifts. Once kids learn how to cast on, knit and purl, the whole world of knitting is theirs to discover. In this book in the Kids Can Do It series, all eleven projects, including cool striped mittens and soft slipper socks, feature easy stitches, full-color photos and simple-to-follow directions.

Includes instructions for
• a pom-pom scarf
• a book bag
• a rolled-brim hat
• a cozy blanket

978-1-55337-051-2 | Sep 1, 2002
List Price: USD $7.95, CAD $7.95
4-color 7 1/2 x 10 40 pages
Grades: 3 To 7 / Ages: 8 to 12

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Awards & Reviews

“A well-designed, easy-to-follow guide for new knitters.”
— Kirkus Reviews, August 2002
“This well-designed, clearly written book discusses yarn, needles, and other supplies. The step-by-step instructions are easy to follow, and the large, softly colored, superior-quality diagrams show exactly how to perform each step in the process. With its larger typeface and illustrations, simpler projects, and fewer pages, Sadler's book is sure to be an attractive resource for the youngest would-be knitters.”
— School Library Journal, November 2002
2003 - Our Choice, Canadian Children's Book Centre, Winner
2002 - Parent's Guide to Children's Media Award, Commended

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