Find out how to make more from less Learn your way around a colour wheel Make the principles of colour work for you Discover fun, "unprincipled" approaches Learn to take the worry out of mixing yarns Discover which good stitches make good neighbours
Sally Melville began knitting as a Brownie at the age of 9 and by 16 was designing sweaters! Best known for her lively knitting workshops, Sally has been teaching, writing and designing professionally for over 15 years. Sally lives in Ontario, Canada.
If you want something different, something to stretch yourself a little, stop by here and purchase this book now. I found this fascinating. Having been a knitter for forty years, and a knitwear designer, I often think I've seen it all before. However, here is something that I had not come across before and I think it is unique. It is a way of weaving into knitting without those endless tangles of yarn. The designs are good. Even if you do not fancy that technique, there is lots more in this book of twenty-seven designs for adults and children. Sally's style is unusual, textured, ultimately wearable. I really liked this 144 page book with its beautiful photography and clear presentation of patterns. It has infinite appeal and elegant styling. It's what knitters need.-KarenPlatt.co.uk