Earlier this summer, I was on vacation and I stumbled upon an adorable looking children's book called Mischief in the Forest: a yarn yarn in a bookstore. Obviously, as a yarncrafter, I had to flip through it. It was a wonderful story about a grandmother, her woodland neighbors, and what happens to her yarn while she was out of town visiting her grandkids. It seemed like a wonderful way to help your kids (or grandkids, nieces, nephews, etc.) to appreciate the wonderful world of yarncrafts--I say get them while they're young, so that they become yarncrafters later on!--so I began to wonder what other books feature knitting, crocheting, and yarn?
Well, it turns out quite a few, according to a quick search online! Here are just a few that I thought were cute (highlighted text will take you to the books' pages on Amazon):
The story of a unique sheep who marches to the beat of his own drummer (and spins his own fleece!), this charming book is all about being yourself (and maybe spinning, dyeing, and knitting your own yarn on the way).
Nell is a little girl who just loves to knit, and wants to do it just about everywhere. She may be shy, but she lets her creative voice shine through her hats, scarves, mittens, and more.
That Darn Yarn!
Two stories in one, this book follows the journey of a sock-monkey that starts to unravel and a little girl who finds some yarn and starts to make a sock-monkey.
Do you have any favorite yarny literature, whether it's for children or adults, that you want to share? Tell us about it in the comments!