Monday, February 8, 2010

knitting books for sale

I am being over come by my knitting books. There is no sense in me keeping them if I won't use them and they are taking up too much room. So here is a list of the books that I have for sale. All are half off the orginal price that I paid for them and in excellent condition. And I will send them media mail to keep the shipping down for you.

Sock books:

Toe-up Techniques for Hand-Knit Socks (by Janet Rehfeldt) - $8.00

Socks Soar on Two Circular Needles (by Cat Bordhi) - $8.00 plus shipping

Getting Started Knitting Socks (by Ann Budd) $9.00 plus shipping

Simple Socks Plain and Fancy (by Priscilla A. Gibson-Roberts) - $8.00 plus shipping

2-at-a-time Socks (Melissa Morgan-Oakes) - $9.00 plus shipping

Knitted Socks (Anna Tillman) - $12.00 plus shipping

Other books:

Bags - a Knitter's dozen - $8.00 plus shipping

Scarf Style (by Pam Allen) - $10.00 plus shipping

Closly Knit (by Hannah Fettig) - $11.00 plus shipping

Crocheted Pursenalities (by Eva Wiechmann) - $10.00 plus shipping

Silk Knits (by Elaine Eskesen) - $12.00 plus shipping

Knitted Flowers (by Nicky Epstein's) - $10.00 plus shipping

I do take Paypal or personal checks. Or if you live near me I can meet you at one of our knitting meets.

1 comment:

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