Reader Interactions


  1. Rachael

    I remember trying to learn how to knit with an Usborne book from the library when I was little. I never really got past a Wonky scarf but I wouldn’t have got that far without the book! My mum will readily admit she’s hopeless at anything like that, though my Nanna did help teach me when I saw her.

  2. Bec @IshMotherBec

    This book looks great! My 8 year old daughter likes the idea of knitting but doesn’t have the patience, she’ll get a few inches into a scarf (with a lot of dropped stitches on the way) then give up! But maybe a book like this would encourage her to stick with it.

    • Anne Sweet

      I think knitting is quite tricky to learn. I tried teaching Boo crochet and she did quite well, but lost interest. Now we have goals and want to finish at least a couple of projects in this book. Time will tell if she stick to it.

  3. Cheryl | Time To Craft

    It looks a lovely book. I know my children were always inspired by the idea of knitting something small and cute. More inspiring than the first thing I learnt to knit at 7 years old – a dishcloth. My mother kept it (unused) and gave it back to me a few years ago. Cat’s ears would have had me hooked. #mmbc

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