Weekend Knitting by Melanie Falick
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When Weekend Knitting was first published in hardcover in 2003, a modern generation of knitters was just starting to discover this "hot new hobby." Since then, knitting has grown wildly popular and Melanie Falick’s book has gone on to become a knitting classic and a huge bestseller.

Weekend Knitting brings together unique, innovative, and still-fresh projects for beginning and more-experienced knitters, many of which can be completed in a weekend or less. Every project is presented with clear instructions and in beautiful photographs that celebrate idyllic weekend settings.

Quotes from diverse sources about knitting, creativity, and balanced living—along with favorite recipes, lists of books and movies with knitting scenes, and other extras—complete the weekend knitting experience.

About Melanie Falick

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Melanie Falick is a writer and editor with a passion for the textile arts and travel. Her writings on knitting and other subjects have appeared in "Travel & Leisure, Vogue Knitting, Family Circle Knitting, Piecework, Knitters, Fiberarts, Rowan Knitting Magazine", and "Bon Appetit". She is the co-author of "Restaurant Lover's Companion". Ericka McConnell is a lifestyle photographer whose work has appeared in Oprah and Martha Stewart Living and the books America Entertains and Cocktail Parties with a Twist (both STC).
Published September 13, 2011 by STC Craft | Melanie Falick Books. 176 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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