5 Knitting Books for Modern Makers

For most of us at KOEL HQ, knitting will always be our first love. Which is why our editors are continously on the lookout for new knitting inspiration. So let’s discover new knitting books with ideas for beginner to pros with these lovely knitting books.

Texture – Hannah Fettig KOEL Magazine knitting books

Texture – Hannah Fettig

Master complex combinations of knit and purl stitches. Pattern designer Hannah Fettig is your new favorite tutor for all things knitting and complicated. In Texture she puts 13 new textural knitting techniques at your crafty finger tips.

This Golden Fleece – Esther Rutter KOEL Magazine Knitting Books

This Golden Fleece – Esther Rutter

Author Esther Rutter grew up on a sheep farm and went on a quest to unravel wool’s intriguing history. Follow along and explore its rich culture. Meet yarn communities around the globe at crossroads between tradition and innovation in This Golden Fleece.

Woolens – Jared Flood KOEL Magazine Knitting Books

Woolens – Jared Flood

To you fashion loving readers we say: get your hands on Woolens by Brooklyn Tweed’s founder Jared Flood. It includes 11 new patterns to spoil your wardrobe with.

Slow Knitting – Hannah Thiessen KOEL Magazine Knitting Books

Slow Knitting – Hannah Thiessen

Creating your own fashion statement from yarn, one stitch at a time, is so rewarding. Hannah Thiessen takes you on a meandering journey in her book Slow Knitting. Beautiful yarns, design ideas and patterns.

The Knitted Home – Ruth Cross KOEL Magazine Knitting Books

The Knitted Home – Ruth Cross

Add character and personality to your abode with handcrafted knitting patterns from The Knitted Home. From eye-catching wall hangings to elegant throws, all can be adapted to the size of your preference.


Inspired by these knitting books and can’t wait to start your own knitting project? Have a gander at our knitting patterns.

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