Wearwithall is a knitting book, created collaboratively by five friends and colleagues, and supported by The Yarnery in Saint Paul, Minnesota. The photographer, Gale Zucker, is nationally known for her knitting photos; her work is featured in Mason Dixon's books, as well as the recent Craft Activism. The book aspires to clean, classic, useful designs that can be varied according to the knitters' taste and skill level. A companion website (wearwithallbook.com) provides ongoing dialogue with readers, bonus patterns and variations, and other resources. The book was photographed, written, designed, printed, and bound in the United States.
Posted by Debbie on 6th Mar 2014
I meant what I just said up there !!!! Every knitter should own this book. Nice basic patterns that appeal to everyone. All skill levels can use their skills with this book. I`m so proud if myself for buying it.
Posted by Christel on 16th Dec 2013
Variety of projects one will actually wear an patterns written with clear instructions.
The beauty of the projects lies in the simplicity of the patterns and the perfect mix of colours.
Posted by Michele on 2nd Nov 2013
Love the book and all it's variety of projects. I like also how well written the patterns are. Thanks again.