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Simple Knits with a Twist: Unique Projects for Creative Knitters Paperback – Import, 7 Apr 2004
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About the Author
ERIKA KNIGHT is the author of Simple Crochet, Simple Knits for Little Cherubs, Simple Knits for Cherished Babies, and Comforts of Home. In addition to writing books, she works as a fashion and design consultant. She lives in Brighton, England.
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I looked up Simple Knits with a Twist because I wanted to sell my copy and wanted to see what the reviews looked like. I am surprised to see how many people commented that the book was attractive, but had impractical projects.
I disagree. I think the images are a little flat. I find good photography to be inspiring in itself, and good projects as well, especially with attractive materials. I find that the book lacks both of these things.
Some of the projects are kinda cute. There's a dog sweater with a bar code pattern, and knitting combined with woven fabric for a throw, and a knitted wire fruit basket, but these still failed to inspire.
I think that better photography, better styling, and fewer close up photos of balls of yarn (instead of more close-up technique images) would serve this book well.
If this were a more practical OR attractive book, I might not be so eager to unload it.