The book that revolutionized the stitch dictionary by giving instructions for working patterns flat and in the round, and from the bottom up or the top down. Bonus: gorgeous photography. Wendy Bernard applied the same paradigm shift in two more books: The Knitting All Around Stitch Dictionary and Japanese Stitches Unraveled.
These books have taught us a lot.
The true story of what happens when a woman buys a 676-pound bale of Saxon Merino wool. An education about the people, places, and things that turn fleece into yarn, and a question: will the U.S. wool industry survive?
Renowned for her classic, wearable designs for humans, Debbie Bliss shines her sporty, insouciant style on canines of all sizes. The inventive book design, combining illustration and photography, is delightful.