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Sally Melville is a widely published and highly sought-after knitwear designer, who teaches 12 workshops at over 20 venues across North America every year. Her work has appeared in magazines from Vogue Knitting to Interweave Knits and she is the author of several books. Caddy Melville Ledbetter is Sally Melville's only daughter. She currently designs knitwear and teaches knitting classes.
"Thank you, Caddy and Sally, for creating this beautiful collection of projects I can knit for my mom--and that she can knit for me! And thank you even more for your crystal-clear explanation of how to create the most flattering knitwear for any shape. It's a must-read for any knitter!""--"Debbie Stoller, author of the Stitch 'n Bitch series of knitting books, and editor-in-chief of "BUST" Magazine"This is an extraordinary book. It combines Sally's flair for pairing wearability with meticulous design and Caddy's ability to achieve exciting creations without unnecessary complexity. The mutual respect and affection that guided this joint mother-daughter venture will no doubt make the garments feel warmer." --Debbie New, author of "Unexpected Knitting""A loving and inspired creative dialogue between mother and daughter, this book pays tribute to the very multigenerational soul of our craft."-- Clara Parkes, author of "The Knitter's Book of Yarn" and publisher of KnittersReview.com"Having a new Sally Melville book to page through is like being at a pajama party with a trusted friend: fun, comforting, and energizing all at the same time. This time, Sally has brought her daughter, Caddy, to the knitting party as co-author and designer, and their resulting book is full of fresh and flattering designs from two different design perspectives, plus a lot of great information on just how and where to change a pattern to fit you properly. "Mother-Daughter Knits" is a delight that had me reaching for my needles and digging through my yarn stash more than once." -- Amy R. Singer, author of "Big Girl Knits" and "More Big Girl Knits"