This morning a work colleague gave me her mother's old knitting books. Amoung them is a book from England called "Stitchcraft", no date.
OK – I admit it: I’m a knitting bag whore. And, I’m not the only one on this site – you others know who you are!
I've had a number of requests via private email for photos of the inside of this book. I don't know why I didn't add these attachments when I did the original posting.
“Knitting Around the World” by Threads Magazine; 1993; softcover; 95 pages.
"Michael Pearsons’s Traditional Knitting – Aran, Fair Isle and fisher ganseys" by Michael Pearson; 1984,1985; soft cover; 205 pages.
Knitting On The Edge: ribs, ruffles, lace, fringes, flora, points & picots by Nicky Epstein; 2004; hardcover; 168 pages.
Tim (teejtc) started up a nice idea of the "Tradition" gift a while back. Patrick (celowin) was the next to offer something and now I'd like to follow suit and offer a gift.
I just wanted to let you know about a new knitting video podcast (just 2 episodes so far) called "Knitterati".
"The Reader's Digest Knitter's Handbook - A comprehensive guide to the principles and techniques of handknitting" by Montse Stanley; 1986,2001; softcover; 318 pages.
New Directions in Fair Isle Knitting by Patty Knox, 1985, hardcover, oversize, 119 pages, out of print.