Knitting Nature by Norah Gaughan. Book Review

Friday, September 28, 2007

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I hesitated a lot before writing a review for Knitting Nature by Norah Gaughan. I was afraid that I can’t put in the true beauty of this book. This book is far beyond knitwear designs inspired from nature. It shows new, innovative and unusual ways of garment constructions. The patterns are not for a beginner, but a beginner knitter can buy this book and knit the garments when becomes more experienced as I am sure the patterns in this book won’t get old-fashioned.
After seeing and contemplating Norah’s designs in this book, I am so proud to knit. Knitting is no more only for bored stay-at-home grandmas, hand knitting means fashionable garments, eye-catching and intriguing designs. There are cardigans, sweaters, tops, tanks, tunics, pullovers, skirts, hats, scarves, ponchos, mittens, afghans, all in 39 superb designs from a beautiful mind.


Lanedesigns said...

Did you change the look of your blog...I like it!
Hope you are having a great day. I haven't sewn much latley but next week I will be back at it.

YowlYY said...

I completely agree with your comments on the book: it is beautiful and there are so many things I'd like to knit from... Norah Gaughan is really an inspiration, even if I am struggling a bit with her capecho ;-)