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Work in Progress Journal

Provides everything a knitter needs to keep track of knitting patterns, yarns, and even original designs.
Paperback
$9.95

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Description
The Work in Progress Journal provides everything a knitter needs to keep track of knitting patterns, yarns, and even original designs.

With 112 pages, the first half features blank pages for sketches and notes, and the second half includes knitter's graph paper for charting motifs and designs.

A satin ribbon marks the page when the journal is stowed.
About the Author
Writer, illustrator, and photographer Franklin Habit’s first piece of knitting—a vaguely rectangular six-foot scarf—was produced during his student days at Harvard University in the 1990s. Until the widespread revival of the craft, he stitched in solitude, turning out a small but steady stream of mittens, scarves, and hats for startled friends and relations. In February2005, inspired by the emergence of the online knitting community, he created The Panopticon (the-panopticon.blogspot.com). What began as a project diary is now one of the most popular knitting blogs, with mentions in publications as diverse as Knit 1 and The Advocate. Franklin’s publishing experience includes writing lifestyles features for the Boston Phoenix, reading his own essay for the knitting podcast Cast On, and writing for Interweave Knits, PieceWork, Yarn Market News, and Knitty.com. Franklin knits and spins in Chicago, Illinois.

SKU: 10KN17

Author/Speaker/Editor: Franklin Habit

Format: Paperback

ISBN 13: 9781596682603

Customer Reviews

we are all a work in progress Review by Carol Burk

I love the size of this notebook, how it fits in my work bag. I do like the graph pages, but wish they were alternating with the blank ones, which would make colorway details easier to match up with the notes for the hat-mittens-scarf or sweater project in process. But it is a very useful notebook in any case.

(Posted on 11/10/11)

Work in Progress Notebook Review by Judy Bishop

Very portable. However I would prefer to have the blank pages and grid pages alternating. Now the first half is blank and the back half is grid. If they alternated you could make notes on the blank page and sketch your ideas onto the facing grid page.

(Posted on 5/23/10)