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One-Skein Wonders It took me a minute to see the logic in organizing the patterns by yarn weight but I could see how that could be really useful The pictures of the projects, however, were not at all well organized I would have liked to have seen all the hats and like things each in their own sections As for the project themselves there were the expected scarves and baby items There were also a lot of what I call bazaar junk You know them, they are kind of things that give knitters bad names Fortunately the It took me a minute to see the logic in organizing the patterns by yarn weight It s kind of weird that I own three of the books from this series, but I don t think I ve knit a single project from any of them Still a useful book, I will probably knit from it eventually I got this one when it was deeply discounted. This is one of the very best of the One Skein books I can t even count the number of things I have made from this The patterns are greatvery fashionable and yet most are simple to do It s great when you I am super excited about this It s divided into sections based on yarn type, and now I have ideas on what to do with the small amounts of cashmere and sparkly novelty yarn I have Yay I have a many single skeins of yarn, so this series is perfect for me I can use enough of the patterns to make the book well worth the price. Wish the color pictures were placed with the projects Nothing for me. There Are Lonely, Single Skeins Of Yarn In Every Knitter S Closet Casualties Of Projects Discarded In Mid Row, Single Balls Of Alpaca Or Cashmere Because You Can T Afford Than One, The Leftovers From Long Completed Projects They Really Should Be Used, But For What Here Are 101 Original And Charming Solutions To The Perpetual One Skein Problem Contributed By Yarn Shops Across The United States, These Patterns Include Hats, Mittens, Scarves, Bags, Socks, Baby Sweaters, Belts, Headbands, A Cell Phone Carrier, And Even A Tea Cozy And A Set Of Coasters, Each Using Just A Single Skein Of Yarn.With Patterns Arranged By Yarn Weight, You Ll Easily Find Broad Ranges Of Possibilities For Your Particular Yarn Orphans Each Pattern Includes The Names Of The Contributing Yarn Shop And The Designer And An Image Of The Completed Project. My least favorite book in the series, go buy 101 Designer One Skein Wonders or Sock Yarn One Skein Wonders 101 Patterns That Go Way Beyond Socks because the projects are diverse and the format is better because there is a collection of photos in the beginning of the book of all the projects that make it easy to choose.There are picture of the finished projects in the middle of the book and next to each project There are some cute hats that I ve made which I substituted the yarn beca I found this book lackluster I only found one pattern I m going to make for sure and I have to alter that one note I did decide on a few , see below This isn t a bad book, it just didn t speak to me There are a very few crochet patterns in here it is mostly knits One additional note, before you start any pattern in this book check the corrections page There are a lot of mistakes for a book of this size I ripped out many rows trying to figure out what I had done wrong apparently I w I found this book lackluster I only found one pattern I m going to make for sure and I ha Full of adorable one skein projects hats, shawls, purses, scarves and, this book is a treasure trove of knitting projects and some crochet patterns as well I ve only completed one project Wave Hand Warmers aka Fingerless Mittens but I found the instructions clear and easy to follow The illustrations with each pattern are complemented by full color pictures of the finished projects.I bought this book


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About the Author: Judith Durant

Judith Durant is a knitter and beadworker as well as author and editor of several books on both subjects Trained as a theatrical costume designer, she took a circuitous route through various costume shops in New York, on to a New York theatrical book publishing house, and then to Interweave Press in Colorado, where she was book editor and one of the founding editors of Interweave Knits.Judith is Judith Durant is a knitter and beadworker as well as author and editor of several books on both subjects Trained as a theatrical costume designer, she took a circuitous route through various costume shops in New York, on to a New York theatrical book publishing house, and then to Interweave Press in Colorado, where she was book editor and one of the founding editors of Interweave Knits.Judith is currently a freelance writer, editor, designer, and teacher based in Massachusetts She hasthan 25 years of experience in publishing and a wealth of experience in many crafts Judith can help you with editorial project management, design development and pattern writing, and technical and copy editing Judith is also available to teach workshops at your shop or guild meeting