Book Review: Knitting Reimagined by Nicky Epstein

Any knitting fans out there? I recently received this book to review and LOVED it! I’m working on one of the projects right now.

Catherine Chant Crochet

Book Cover: Knitting Reimagined by Nicky Epstein Available at Amazon.com

In my quest to learn new “crafty” things, I’m always intrigued when a I see a book promising new techniques. In this case, the craft is knitting and the book is Knitting Reimagined (An Innovative Approach to Structure and Shape with 25 Breathtaking Projects) by Nicky Epstein.

As the subtitle states, this book contains 25 projects. They’re grouped by construction techniques such as “Directionals” (garments made from rectangles), “Woven Weaves” (garments made using weaving and braiding techniques), “Cool Construction” (creative construction with cool detailing), and “Stitch Impact” (interesting color work and edging). And there’s a pretty even number of patterns in each group (7, 5, 6, and 7 respectively), so all-in-all a nice solid, balanced collection of new patterns for you to try.

The unique thing about this book is that the projects are created from simple shape pieces, then put together in unusual ways. So…

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