I made a book

Several months ago I started a really exciting adventure.

With the support and funding of 447 Kickstarter backers I began work on the KNITSONIK Stranded Colourwork Sourcebook – a book about translating everyday inspirations into stranded colourwork.

I am happy to say that this book has now been published! The publisher (that’s me) is officially listed as KNITSONIK, and the physical book was printed by Williams Press in Berkshire.


The KNITSONIK Stranded Colourwork Sourcebook contains many things, including knitted fruitcake…


…suggestions for picking palettes based on things you love…


…drawings and notes that reveal how patterns for stranded colourwork can be found in anything (even in other pieces of knitting)…


…big photos of the 12 swatches produced for the book, with notes exploring the different shading experiments contained in each one…


…and patterns for making accessories based on the things you love.


You can get your very own copy of the KNITSONIK Stranded Colourwork Sourcebook here in my online shop; it is 104 pages long and costs £18.99 + shipping.

If you are one of the amazing backers who made this all possible, your book is going in the post today or tomorrow so you should have it very soon!

Thank you for stopping by,

11 Responses to I made a book

  1. Debra Totten says:

    So excited! Ordered my today. Can’t wait to share with my fibery friends!

  2. colleen says:

    What an inspiration you are. So very pleased for you, and very excited at the prospect of seeing the book.

  3. Elaine says:

    I have watched this from the beginning and am happy to have been a part of this successful venture. Eagerly awaiting the arrival of this exciting book!!

  4. Meredith says:

    I’m in!! Can’t wait to see it in my mailbox.

  5. Allison says:

    Congratulations! It looks beautiful and useful 🙂

  6. Lara says:

    Whoop! It’s gorgeous and I love it. So pleased to have been able to back this book. Xxx

  7. Aliki says:

    Got mine yesterday – it looks fantastic! I haven’t actually had time to read any of it yet, but I have looked through all the beautiful pictures. Congratulations.

  8. Cindy Ahura says:

    Looks really good!

    I heard about your book through Mark (Stanley…) and I think it is really neat.

  9. jen says:

    ordered my copy a little while ago. can’t wait to get it! thank you so much for all your hard work.

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