book review

  1. Yarn Pairings for Pompom Issue 31

    The winter issue of one of our favourite knitting magazines is always hotly anticipated here at Knit With Attitude. This issue focuses on Terrain. Think earthy inspirations and creative cues taken from the land. The designs have a nod to the tactile and three-dimensional nature of knitwear. Along with the designs there are recipes and articles exploring the deeper meanings...
    Yarn Pairings for Pompom Issue 31
  2. Book Review - Colorwork Shawls by Melanie Berg

    The second shawl book by designer Melanie Berg has arrived. This time with a Colourwork leaning. Colorwork Shawls presents a selection of Melanie's best loved shawls along with some new designs created especially for the book. The book contains 12 designs featuring a myriad of different techniques for using colour. Slip stitches, mosaic patterns, gradients and fun colour combos. Included are...
    Book Review - Colorwork Shawls by Melanie Berg
  3. Yarn Pairings for Laine Issue 9

    It's that time of year where the lovely team at Laine tempt us with a new season of gorgeous knits from some of the most talented designers working today. We are never disappointed with what Laine produce, from their stunning photography to interviews, articles and seasonal recipes. This issue has 13 designs by Fiona Alice, Rachel Brockman, Olga Buraya-Kefelian, Aleks Byrd, Renée...
  4. Yarn Pairings for Pom Pom 30

    The Autumn issue of Pom Pom is nearly here and this issue titled 'Sea Change' takes in a watery theme. Inspired by the sea and its ever-changing shapes and textures.Taking its cues from the sea itself or its contact and influence on the land. With a palette drawn from the sea, as well as the colour of the beach, stones...
  5. Yarn Pairings for Laine Issue 8

    It's Laine! Issue 8 - Kelo. Featuring the work of 11 designers: Justyna Lorkowska, Denise Bayron, Libby Jonson, Julie Dubreux, Leeni Hoimela, Astrid Troland, Sus Gepard, Éveline Cantin-Bergeron, Jenny Sauselein and Marjorie Martin. As always we are in awe of the magic Laine manages to conjure up, and this issue is no exception. Featuring jumpers, socks, cardigans, shawls, there is something for...
  6. Yarn Pairings for Interpretations Vol. 6

    The popular design duo of Veera Välimäki and Joji Locatelli have come together again for another super edition of Interpretations, now in it's 6th volume! The Interpretations series is the work of two friends, one from Finland and the other from Argentina. Each volume is based around 6 words, these 6 words give the inspiration for 12 designs. The words...
  7. Yarn Pairings for Pom Pom Quarterly Issue 28 – Spring 2019

    It's really starting to feel like spring might not be that far away, here in London. The sun is shining and it feels unusually mild. What better way to celebrate this feeling, than delving into the latest spring issue of Pom Pom. Aptly themed for this time of year, this issue is 'The Botanical Issue'. Designers were given the theme...
  8. Yarn Pairings for Laine Magazine Issue 7

    One of our favourites here at Knit With Attitude is Laine. With its sumptuous photography and simply gorgeous designs, it's not only a book of patterns, but something you can pick up for inspiration again and again. With a host of great designers work between its covers, it will have you itching to start that new project. So what's a...
  9. Book Review - Socks Yeah DK!

    Yes! What we have all been waiting for, the talented Rachel Coopey of Coopknits, the brains behind the amazing Socks Yeah! and Socks Yeah! DK yarns, has released a Socks Yeah! DK pattern book. DK socks I hear you cry! Yes! Speed up your sock knitting with this book and delve into the amazing colour range of Socks Yeah! DK...
  10. What do you get the knitter that has everything...

    This time of year we are struggling to find that perfect gift for our knitting friends and maybe even that cheeky Christmas present for ourselves. Yarn, Tools and accessories can sometimes be tricky. Knowing what a knitter has already, what yarn they like, their favourite colour can be a mine field. So what about a book? A book as gift, is a gift...
  11. Book Review - Knit How From Pompom

    We love the pompom quarterly magazine and editors Meghan Fernandes and Lydia Gluck have a great eye for a detail. But have you ever felt intimidated by some of the patterns you see, or stuck just knitting the same scarf over and over and wondering where to go next. Well this is the book for you. Knit How, Simple Knits, tools and...
  12. Book Review - Strange Brew by Alexa Ludeman and Emily Wessel of Tin Can Knits.

    Alexa Ludeman and Emily Wessel, the Canadian duo behind Tin Can Knits, have been working together since 2011. One living in Canada and one living in Scotland, they work together producing knitting patterns, from the very simple, to the challenging. All with their trademark clarity, making them easily accessible for anyone from novice to expert. With a great database of knitting...

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