03 September 2008

"I find knitting pockets very boring"

A friend uncovered this book at her house, and felt its rightful home was with me and Dotter...


Yes, it's a comic book, of sorts, where the young hip 1976 girls talk knitting patterns and instructions.

Why is there a kind of scary looking witchy lady, with a black cat, in the background?! Why?


Here's what to do!


Even way back in the olden times they had tension squares!


Clearly, it's so much easier to read a pattern for how to knit a jumper in long speech bubbles, rather than line-by-line instructions ;)

Will bring it to SnB sometime to 'share and enjoy'!

14 comments:

  1. Oh what a brilliant find! Love it!! And it looks like it's in great nick too.

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  2. Oh what fun! I keep looking in the local used bookstore for finds like this!

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  3. 1976 = olden times. Ha ha! But that looks like a great book!

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  4. That's hilarious! What a great book.

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  5. A knitting comic book, who would have thought? Such an awesome find!

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  6. that is a great find. the cartoons are fun.

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  7. What If ...?

    What if you created a knitting puzzle book????
    (Taking the knitting comic book concept to the next level!)

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  8. Oh! That's great!

    I could use a laugh.

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  9. Look at how the elder knitter is drawn holding her needles. Did the artist read the rest of the book?

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  10. I remember back when the dinosaurs roamed the earth...they had tension squares too...

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  11. You lucked out on that little discovery! I'm jealous. Glad you have scheduled the HR even if it will be a while. And that little g'daughter is a keeper, so cute, even when crying! ;^) Hope DH's pain can be managed well, and congrats on your book deal. Any chance this publication will cross oceans and land in, for example, my bookstore? Hope so!

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  12. How cool is that - and yes, so much easier to follow....

    Thanks again for your part in the stealth knitting - such a lovely hug to receive!

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