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About a year ago I learned how to knit. I made a pair of Fingerless Mitts and a Waffle Stitch Cowl.
But then life happened and I stopped knitting. But I told myself that I’d get back to it “someday.”
Well, someday isn’t here yet . . . but PetWORKs sparked my interest in knitting again when they shared a knitting book that featured Ruruko.
The Miniature Knit Collection book, highlights different traditional knitting styles from across the world. The patterns fit 22cm dolls.
- Release: September 2019
- 64 Pages
- Size: B5 (148 x 210 mm)
- Japanese text
- ISBN: 9784537217209
- Publisher: Nihon Bungeisha
- Price: ¥1,400 about $13
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There are some beautiful knit tops & hats in the book.
As a beginner knitter, I can only imagine what it will feel like to knit on such a tiny scale: a bit frustrating in the beginning . . . but with a surge of personal satisfaction when it’s done.
Hopefully when I complete a few more human projects, I’ll have the confidence to try knitting tiny.
Until that day arrives, I’ve added the book to my wishlist with the desire to add it to my collection soon.
Do you knit? If so, have you knitted for your dolls before?
Is the Miniature Knit Collection book something you’d like to try or will you enjoy the designs from a far?
Share your thoughts in the comment section below. I look forward to chatting with you.
Source: Nihon Bungeisha