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Knit New York: 10 Iconic New York Projects

Knit New York: 10 Iconic New York Projects
By Emma King
Published by Sterling Publishing Co., Inc.

Reviewed by Caitlin Eaton, Editor of AllFreeKnitting

Here’s the scene: you’ve just visited a new city, one complete with sky-high industrial buildings and exuberant street performers, and you need to take home a souvenir.  While other tourists are quickly snatching up key chains and magnets, you opt for something with a little more meaning -- you decide to knit your own memento!


Thanks to Emma King’s new book, Knit New York: 10 Iconic New York Projects, you’ll never have to settle for overpriced knick knacks again.  Instead, after paging through King’s unique designs, you’ll feel inspired to knit up all your favorite parts of the city.  Remember how perfect that hot dog tasted from that little stand right down the street from your hotel?  Commemorate that experience by knitting up a miniature hot dog that’s drizzled with mustard.  If you’re proud to have survived your first, thrilling New York cab ride, celebrate your good fortune by knitting your own stuffed cab.


Along with a Don’t Walk Sign (that’s large enough to be a pillow), a Broadway sign and the Statue of Liberty, you’ll find a knitted version of just about every hidden gem that reminds you of the Big Apple.


The verdict: A must-have for well-traveled knitters or anyone with a spirit of adventure and love for great big cities.

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