Knitting is one of the oldest professions in history and it’s perhaps as old as our existence. Knitting is more popular among women, but the author of the Manly Art of Knitting saw the need for this skill to grow among men too.
Published in 1972 and authored by Dave Fougner, the Manly Art of Knitting is a special book that explains the art and science of knitting in a step-by-step and progressive manner.
If you’re a knitting beginner, then this book is made for you. One of the unique features of Dave’s book is that it took it right from the basics of the art. This book does not assume that you already know a thing about knitting.
It goes as far as explaining all the set-up processes required to start. This book gives a comprehensive explanation of all the lessons you might be looking online or anywhere. It combines everything you need to and explains them in simple terms. There’s no doubt, this book will simply help your learning – from the basics to the most complex practices.
It’s a Personal Guide
If you’re looking for a personal guide, this book does that job perfectly. This is a book that guides you through a tonne of possible problems you might come across while knitting. It acts like a personal teacher – so, you can always consult your act of knitting book for solutions anytime you run into trouble.
Become more Creative
Apart from teaching you the art of knitting, this book brings out the creative mind in you. It teaches you how to turn every problem into innovative solutions.
If you think you’re an expert at knitting, then you might just bow your head for some lessons after reading this book.
Get the book for your husband, boyfriend or your son to make them create something handy – maybe a hammock will do for a start. Don’t worry about their learning rate – it’ll be as though Dave is there to teach them.
Although knitting has been attributed to women in the past, men can now become proud knitters themselves. Each step in this book is clearly illustrated with explanatory diagrams. It’s a 64-page book that pays full attention to all the corners and sides of knitting. The pages and letters are easy to read and they’re not boring. This book is suitable for both men and women. It is well-detailed enough to make you a perfect knitter in no time.