Let’s Knit – Learn to knit with 12 easy projects – Book Review

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Let's Knit Book Review

Title: Let’s Knit – Learn to knit with 12 easy projects
Published By: Dorling Kindersley, 2015
ISBN: 978-1-4654-3668-9

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Let’s Knit

Learn to knit with 12 easy projects

One of the books included in DK’s Made By Hands Boutique this year is Let’s Knit. Let’s Knit includes 12-easy projects perfect for anyone wanting to learn how to knit.

I have very basic knitting skills and I am always looking for simple projects to inspire me to pick up my needles. With Let’s Knit you receive 12 easy projects which not only help you learn to knit but also have the added bonus of being absolutely ADORABLE!

The 12 projects included are:

  • Fred’s Hat and Scarf
  • Big needles
  • Brilliant bracelets
  • Night owls
  • Knitted sheep
  • Bag charms
  • Kitty cats
  • Finger fun
  • Bat-tastic bats
  • Bag bonanza
  • Percy Penguin
  • Sally the snake

From cover to cover, Let’s Knit is vibrant – filled with colorful images and fun fonts. Although this publication is geared toward children it is perfect for teaching you the basic beginner knitting skills you will need to move onto larger projects and it does so in a fun way!

Check out the bags you can make, below:

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Learn how to knit with the Get Started Section:

  • Make a slipknot
  • Casting on
  • Knit stitch
  • Casting off
  • Get striped
  • Purl stitch

Each skill is demonstrated with step-by-step, full color photographic images. You can see an example below of the Casting on skill:

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The templates are also included in the book on pages 62 and 63.

Here is an example of one of the projects included (I have to admit this is one of my favorites – after the cat!):

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Let’s Knit will make the perfect gift for your young crafter – and it will also make a bright and fun addition to your own library if you would like to learn how to knit! The step-by-step photo tutorials will help you master the basics and the finished projects will be something you can gift or keep for yourself. I suspect I will try my hand at making some of the totally adorable Kitty Cats!!

You can check out the other great books available at DK Canada here:

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2 Comments

  1. I neeeeed this book for ME!! lol My BFF tried to teach me to knit…ooooh my goodness…lol lol I can do a little knitting..but prefer to crochet any day! I would love to learn to knit.. Would sure surprise her huh? 🙂 This book seems to be perfect for me, and maybe my Grangirlie would like to learn with me…will sure be worth us tryin it together 🙂

  2. I am definitely going to purchase this book! I am experienced at crochet and I am trying to learn how to knit. I need all the help I can get! Thank you!