Katie Boyette’s designs are playful, inventive, and a whole lot of fun for both children and adults. The 20 projects are organized from beginning to end with the easiest upfront and moving to those that are more of a challenge in the latter pages. Icons are shown that clearly indicate the level of each project. Katie has included a glossary on the project pages so there’s no annoying back-and-forth looking for abbreviation meanings. KnitWit contains more than 150 full-color photographs, showing along-the-way photos, important steps such as attaching arms and legs, and final photos of the completed piece.
• Fans of amigurumi and of the indie craft market will go for KnitWit’s designs in a big way
• 150 full-color photos
• Glossary of knitting terms appears on each project page and saves back-and-forth looks in the front or back matter
• Easy to follow, step-by-step instructions for creating these delightful designs
• 20 projects, each marked with degree of ease or difficulty
About the Author
Katie Boyette lives in the mountains of North Carolina, where she is a baker by day and a creator of knitting patterns by night, having earned her BFA in studio art (with a concentration in sculpture. Her obsession with knitting toys and other 3-D objects is strongly influenced by her sculpting background and her designs reflect a joyful and fun approach to this time honored craft.