Margaret Hubert has written your favorite new knitting book. ‘One-Piece Knits’ is a must-have treasure-trove of staple sweaters, all made in one piece. You’ll find designs worked top-down, side-over, and back-to-front. If you’ve ever found yourself abandoning a WIP as soon as all the pieces are completed, you’re not alone. Even experienced knitters neglect them for months (or years!) because it never seems ‘fun’ to sew them all up. If you’ve been searching for a method to help you (finally) finish your sweaters, then this is the knitting book for you.
In addition to eliminating the headache of sewing (which is an admirable skill in its own right!), one-piece knitting offers many other benefits. Crafters find one-piece knits fit better, and also can be altered more easily for a completely personalized fit and look. With Margaret Hubert’s ‘One-Piece Knits’, you’ll find yourself finally finishing garments, and exploring new techniques that will enhance your crafting creativity.
Below, find a preview for one of her sweaters, the Children’s Textured Pullover!
Are you a fan of one-piece knitting techniques? If so, which is your go-to method? Let us know in the comments below if you’re already hopelessly devoted to the benefits of one-piece knits. Let us know, too, if you’re looking forward to getting your own copy of this wonderful new book! Check out ‘One-Piece Knits’ by Margaret Hubert, you’re going to love having it on your crafting shelf.