Book Review: Knits for Bears to Wear
Knits for Bears to Wear
by Amy O'Neill Houck
Adorable! This book is simply adorable. Amy's projects really give you a vision of her creativity that shines through the book. The book has about 20 patterns written for teddy bears. So you can make little sweaters or pjs or mermaid costumes for your little one's favorite pal. The projects are little so they are a great starting point to learn new techniques; which is great for on-again-off-again knitters like me. There are projects which feature top-down knitting, lace knitting, intarsia, shaping and more. But my favorite feature, is the little side tips which tell you how to custom fit a project to a larger bear or for your little one. How cute would that be? Matching outfits for your little guys and his bear.
Ribs and Lace Cardi - A great project to try your hand at top-down knitting and lace.
Magician Hat- So cute! I see future Halloween costumes.
Chef's Hat- Fantastic for all those future bakers and cooks out there.
GIVEAWAY! From now until Thanksgiving night (Nov 27th) at midnight (EST), I will be taking entries to win yourself a copy of the book. Just drop a note here in the comments or email me (see sidebar). Please be sure to include your email address so I can get in contact with you if you win. I'll randomly select one winner on Friday (the 28th) and announce a winner on Monday (Dec 1st) here on the blog. Good Luck!
OOOH! I've been badly wanting a copy of this book since I read about it on the web. Sign me up!
Oh I want this book so bad. I was planning to get it with Christmas money, but this way I would be able to have it earlier. My daughter loves American Girl dolls and these patterns would be great for them.
These look like fun projects. I would love to try it.
Such great ideas. I hear she's doing a crochet version next.
I'm a sucker for a good book....
oh they look so cutr,i like the magician bear, look lovely.
Ah! I love the little chef bear!
Thanks Robyn! Can't wait for you to come back to Houston!
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The clothes look great (and so do the bears)!
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