Wearwithall is a new 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.
Wearwithall—as well as patterns by individual designers—are available worldwide for wholesale distribution.
Please contact us at wearwithallbook.com for distribution information.
Posted by Jennifer on 27th Jun 2012
Great personal service when I placed my order as I'm in Tasmania & the book had a long way to come - took about 8 days to arrive after choosing 1st class postage. There is a nice variety of classic patterns that lend themselves to personalisation, as suggested in the introduction. I look forward to planning some projects from this book.
Posted by jackie wood on 23rd Jun 2012
good basic designs that can be used as they are or re jigged to suit your own requirements
Posted by Rebecca on 10th Jun 2012
It's hard to find the common sense patterns that mid-westerns crave. Stop looking; they're right here. These are patterns you can play with; knit just as or add a little whimsey. This booklet has patterns for your life and everyone in it. One good buy.
Posted by AllisonInPhilly on 8th Jun 2012
The patterns are classic but updated and have a few variations each (or for nearly all -- I don't have the book in front of me) which makes it so practical. And I love that its authors are LYS people! I can see this being a "go-to" pattern book.
Posted by Suzanne on 8th Jun 2012
Although I have dozens of knitting books, I still see a number of things in this one that I'd like to try. A lovely little book.