Ending the year with a blog sounds like a good idea to me. I just have to make my 2017 resolution to blog more often!
When searching Amazon, One Skein is lost in a sea of “One Skein Wonder” books. This slim volume is written by Leigh Radford and published by Interweave Press in 2006.
It’s a thumbs down for me. The patterns for the most part are just OK and not worth the room on my shelf.
I do like this pair of hats. Seems like an easy project in a chunky yarn on size 11 (8mm) needles.
This was shown as a “Quartet” with 4 versions. One scarf shown on a man is so short that it had to be fastened with knitting needles – really! It is a simple project, although none of the projects are marked for skill level.
I do love fingerless mitts and am always prowling around to find good ones. I’m not crazy about this pair with elongated stitches and no thumb.
Not a bad project, but I’ve seen similar ones before.
The cover does say “projects to knit and crochet”, but the crochet projects are few. This is OK if you are a knitter/crocheter. If you only do one or the other craft, this is not the book for you.
I’ve omitted pics of the leg warmers, bags, projects for baby and ones for home such as a bath mat. Many are not worth including.