Centenary Stitches Book Review

Here an extract from a review of Centenary Stitches by Karie Bookish:

Knitting in Wartime 

‘I rarely come across knitting books like Centenary Stitches, but I think we need to celebrate efforts like this book. I am always very, very pleased to see ambitious knitting books that seek to treat knitting as both craft and social history – and Lovick’s book certainly delivers that. The book was clearly a labour of love for the people involved with it and I applaud the tenacity behind its existence. It is not your standard knitting book and it is all the better for it.’

For the full review follow this link: Centenary Stitches, Ed. Liz Lovick – Knitting in Wartime, review by Karie Bookish

Cardigan Sheila Cunnea. Photo montage by  John Bennett
Cardigan Sheila Cunnea. Photo montage by WAG Screen

If you don’t yet have a copy of this beautiful book, click here for Liz Lovick’s shop.

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