Knit One, How To

Catherine Ham
Just what the beginning knitter needs! For those not very experienced, but eager to try a "real" sweater pattern.
Luce Smits
Wonderful color photos illustrate directions for each of the different techniques explained. Move beyond basic beginner skills with well explained instructions.
Barbara Morgenroth
Here are easy to understand patterns for knitting projects written in plain English, with no abbreviations. Just what the beginner needs!
Laurie Kimmelstiel and Iris Scheier
Those wonderful novelty yarns available everywhere are put to good use in quick, contemporary projects.
Laura Jean (Host)
Here is a DVD for any beginner. Laura-Jean demonstrates every basic stitch so it is easy to follow along. She visits a yarn shop and talks about the supplies you need to take up knitting, and explains how to make simple projects without a pattern.
Barbara Albright
Every serious knitter has a stash of leftover yarn. The original patterns here will inspire you to look at your odds and ends as potential for something wonderful.
Judith Durant and Gwen Steege
Great color photos of projects that really require only one ball of yarn. Here are directions for everything from socks to hats, grouped by yarn type.
Leigh Radford
Quick and fun projects that knit up quickly using just one skein of yarn.
Sharon Turner
Here is the perfect instruction book for crafters who learn faster by seeing and doing than by the written word. Clear photos guide you through the basics and on to fancier stitches, too.
TriCoast Studios
Whether you're a beginner or an advanced knitter, this clear visual program demonstrates the intricacies of knitting in an effective manner and presents the history, the basics, the experts, the fun and the creativity that make knitting a popular craft.
Joanne Yordanou
Each month of the year offers three projects--one for beginners, one for intermediates and the third for experts--all in a range of sizes.