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« on: December 18, 2005 02:32:57 PM »

Okay, I'm not totally sure this is the correct forum for this question, but I'll post anyway. My parents have asked me what I want for Christmas and I know I want something along the lines of knitting, sewing, and fashion books, but I don't know which ones to ask for. I'm still only a beginner when it comes to knitting. I can knit and purl and have knitted many-a scarf, but have not gone beyond that yet...but I would like to. Are there any good instuctional books with patterns so I can progress to more difficult tasks, but aren't going to make me tear my hair out? Also I'm an okay seamstress and would like to learn more. I go to college for Apparel Design and have taken a sewing class and have been sewing since I was a junior in high school. Other craft books are good too. Stuff with modern and funky projects. And I also like fashion books with fashion illustrations and information on designers and styling and such. Well, if you have any ideas as to a book I should ask for, just comment! Thanks everybody!
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« Reply #1 on: December 30, 2005 08:51:33 AM »

stich and bitch..all of them are great for knitting, also any knitting mag, you could also just get easy patterns at a yarn store and fabric land and such, they do usually say easy or not
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