Newly-published books

A roundup of knitting and crochet books published in the last month.

Nordic Baby Crochet
Assembly-free models for the little ones
By Charlotte Kofoed Westh
This book contains 35 crochet patterns for a variety of baby clothes and accessories. The patterns are designed to achieve a modern Scandinavian appearance with simple textures and colors. It brings an approach to crochet that should result in snug and comfortable clothes for babies.
Mouche & Friends
Seamless Toys To Knit And Love
By Cinthia Vallet
Mouche & Friends, published by Laine Publishing, includes patterns for 12 seamless toy animals along with accessories. The toys are knitted with natural fibers and worked in the round, starting from the nose and knitting down to the feet. The book is designed for knitters of all levels with step-by-step tutorials and tips on selecting yarns.
Neons & Neutrals
A Knitwear Collection Curated By Aimée Gille of La Bien Aimée
By Aimée Gille
Neons & Neutrals, another book from Laine Publishing, has 16 patterns from different designers made using a range of yarns and colors. The patterns are shown in multiple colors and yarns to provide inspiration for your own projects, and the book celebrates collaboration in the knitting community by featuring various designers and dyers.
Pop Socks
Colorful Patterns Collection
By Knit Picks Design Team
Features 15 multicolor sock patterns in a variety of styles, from knee socks to ankle socks, and different techniques such as color blocking, stranded knitting, and stripes. The patterns are not limited to just toe-up and cuff-down socks, but also include side-to-side and multidirectional sock patterns.
52 Weeks of Socks Vol II
By Laine Publishing
A book of knitting patterns for socks and slippers by 47 international designers, containing 52 patterns in total. All patterns come in three different sizes. The book is suitable for both beginners and advanced knitters, with a wide variety of techniques and yarns used throughout. Part of the bestselling '52 Weeks' series from Laine Publishing.
Arctic Knitting
The Magic of Nature and Colourwork
By Annika Konttaniemi
Arctic Knitting features 20 patterns inspired by the colors and seasons of Lapland. The book includes patterns suitable for beginners and advanced knitters with eight sizing options, and a color theory section. With the beautiful photography, readers are transported to the tranquil wooded hills, misty peatlands, and snow-covered fells of Lapland that inspire Annika Konttaniemi's knitting designs.
By Kate Davies
Allover by Kate Davies is a collection of 14 vibrant and playful designs that celebrate the joy of stranded knitting, inspired by traditional Nordic colorwork. The patterns include graphic hats, mitts, cozy yoke pullovers, and cardigans with fillers motifs that can be adapted into two-tone patterns. The book features multiple colorways, encouraging readers to mix things up, and the patterns are charted and photographed with knitterly inspiration and opportunities for creativity. The book is designed and printed in Scotland.
Knitting book - Tiger Family
Knitting book - Tiger Family
By Mariia Ermolova
Patterns for knitted toys and matching clothing, including step-by-step instructions, process photos, and video tutorials for assembly. All items are made flat on two needles, but there are also knitted-in-the-round options for some parts for those who prefer that method.
Sweet Pea Crochet
20 beautiful baby blankets & matching gifts
By Sue Rawlinson
Six coordinated bundles for various baby occasions, each with a baby blanket and two or three other gifts such as a bunny or mittens. There are 25 projects in total, all with coordinated colorways and styles. The book features pastel shades, simple designs, and soft textures.
Embroidered Crochet
Enchanting projects to crochet and embroider
By Anna Nikipirowicz
Combine crochet and embroidery to beautiful effect. With a basic introduction to materials, tools, and techniques, learn how to make 10 projects, including tapestries, blankets, and bunting. Each project includes a crochet pattern and instructions on how to embroider on it using transfers or charts, which are included in the book's back pocket.
Quilt It, Crochet It!
Sew and Stitch 14 Colorful Designs In Fabric Or Yarn
By Jemima Flendt
This book features six projects with tutorials for both quilting and crocheting. The author covers the basics of both crafts and provides color and design advice for creating your own unique designs.
Lovely Lace Knits
Learn the Art of Lacework with 16 Timeless Patterns
By Gabrielle Vézina
Lovely Lace Knits offers 16 patterns for lace knitting that can be used to create garments for every season. Techniques used in the patterns range from simple to more advanced, and how to avoid big errors by using lifelines.
Tunisian Crochet Stitch Dictionary
150 Essential Stitches
By Anna Nikipirowicz
Step-by-step instructions for 150 stitches, organized by themed sections for easy navigation. The book also includes a section on essential crochet skills and techniques, along with actual-size swatches and helpful charts.
Folk Fashion
Understanding Homemade Clothes
By Amy Twigger Holroyd
The book explores the connections between well-being, sustainability, and the homemade garment. The author uses her own experience as a designer and knitter and talks to other makers to examine the future of this area of contemporary fashion culture.
Crochet Collage Garden
100 patterns for crochet flowers, plants and petals
By Chris Norrington
This book is a collection of 100 patterns that can be used to create crochet collages of flowers, plants, and petals. The motifs are inspired by nature and arranged in collages following the pattern of the seasons.
More Crochet Iconic Women
Amigurumi patterns for 15 incredible women who changed the world (Crochet Iconic Women, 2)
By Carla Mitrani
This book contains 15 new crochet patterns of iconic women who have made outstanding contributions in various fields. It is an opportunity to learn more about inspirational women who pioneered change in science, social movements, and the arts, and to create unique gifts with each pattern. This collection includes a range of characters from Ella Fitzgerald to Anne Frank.
Crochet-It-Yourself: 15 Modern Crochet Designs to Stitch and Wear
By Emma Wright
This book takes the reader through from the basics of crochet to mastering the skill. This book includes patterns for jumpers, cardigans, and accessories.
Crochet Creatures of Myth and Legend
19 Designs Easy Cute Critters to Legendary Beasts
By Megan Lapp
Megan Lapp shows you how to create out of the ordinary, detailed and colorful crochet creatures. The book provides step-by-step instructions for making small and large mythological beasts like a dragon, kraken, or phoenix. With many options like feathered wings and various faces, you get to create your own masterpiece.

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