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Monday, January 10, 2005

Trip to Bookstore

Just got home from Barne's & Noble. I just love books, don't you? I was looking for the book HTML for Dummies but couldn't find it. I did find Creating Web Pages for Dummies and that will work. I am, of course, jumping into the deep end of this blog stuff. Can you say OCD?

I also checked out the knitting section and found a few books that I would love to have. Hand Knits for the Home by Caroline Birkett, The Stitch Bible by Maria Parry-Jones and Better Homes & Gardens Hip Knits were all very nice. In the end I selected the Big Book of Knitting Stitch Patterns published by Sterling Publishing Co. It has 550 basic and complex stitch patterns in graph and text form. It's got excellent illustrations and I highly recommend it. Of course I haven't knitted anything from it yet but I'm sure it will be wonderful, simply wonderful.

It's really hard not to buy books. There are so many out there that I want. Realistically how many of those patterns will I actually knit? I seem to find one or two in a book that I love and the rest are forgotten. I really prefer to search out free patterns on the web. Much easier on my budget ya know? I'll have to put up links to some of the great sites I have found with free patterns.


At Monday, January 10, 2005 10:49:00 PM, Blogger Eunay said...

I'm not sure how I came across your blog, but funny thing, I just came home from B&N too! I have a great HTML book...I'll have to find it and give you the details. :) good stuff.


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