Book Look – Warm Days, Cool Knits

In the list I have come up with of “things that I think could work better as a video” sharing books floated up to the top. I love a good book, and a good knitting book is no exception. I have been thinking about the idea of doing reviews, but the idea of reviewing and the assumed critique that comes with it makes me … uncomfortable.

I was raised in the if you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all tradition and I cannot see a good reason for diverging from that philosophy. So my plan is to share books that I like! This first book is right up my alley because it was written by someone who lives in the South to address the issue of knitting in the South.

Which is not to say that there shouldn’t be something in here for almost every knitter. The pieces in the book that I consider appropriate for Winter would work great for Spring or Summer for someone in a colder climate. It’s a win/win situation. If you want to check out photos of the projects that you can see better you should click through to the Ravelry page for the book.

I’d love to hear some feedback on what you think of this format, either here or on the YouTube page. If nothing else, I hope it was a wee bit entertaining!

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