First, the facts:
Author: Sarah Keen
Published by: Potter Craft, 2012
Type: Knitted Toys
1. The Farm Animals
2. The Techniques
The In-Depth Look:
So … this is going to be quick and to the point.
This book is adorable.
Bright. Cheery. Cute. Lovable. Fun. Sweet.
Yes. All the adjectives I can think of are all of that “cute” variety because, well, it IS.
This is a happy little book filled with cute little faces of three-dimensional farm animals that you can knit and play with. They’re toys, and they seem happy to be so. They clearly all get along together when they pose together and, generally, it’s, well, cute!
I honestly wish there were more to say, but … what else is there other than “Awww!” The cover says “15 irresistible easy-to-knit friends” and, well, they ARE. Okay, the sheepdog looks a bit more like a panda and the cat looks a bit like a raccoon, but does that matter? They’re all kind of lovable.
They’re also knit out of light worsted-weight yarn on US size 3 needles, so they’re not impossibly small and tiny, either. And the primary-color-based photos really ARE cute.
This cheery bit of adorableness can be found at Amazon.com.
This review copy was kindly donated by Potter Craft. Thank you!