From shish kebabs to mouthwatering ice cream, if you've eaten it designer Susie Johns has knitted it for her entertaining new book. From quick, simple makes to more complex nibbles, there's a novel knit here for every lebel and 20 patterns in total to choose from.-Let's Knit Low in fat and high in fibre, these 20 novelty knitted pieces of fast food are ideal as quirky gifts, play-aids or just to amuse yourself! Susie Johns has designed this mouth-watering collection of novelty knitted food items, ranging from hot dogs and cheeseburgers to sushi and fried breakfasts. All you need are some basic craft materials and tools. With 20 unique designs and variations, you should try making fast food - with no calories whatsoever!-Machine Knitting Monthly Showcasing 20 simple-to-make project ideas for novelty knitted food items, including hot dogs, cheeseburgers and fried breakfasts, this is ideal for anyone looking to spice up their work this year. Perfect for beginners, casual crafters and experienced hobbyists, it features clear step-by-step instructions throughout, as well as a detailed list outlining all the materials and tools needed for each design. Innovative, inspirational and bang on trend, it is guaranteed to add a little something to your bookshelf this season.-Craft Business Looking for unusual Christmas stocking fillers? Susie Johns' knitted foods will bring a smile to any face, as well as being fun to make. From the pitta pocket to the pretty cupcake, you'll be able to find a fabric snack to please every member of your family. There are also plenty of skill levels to choose from, with samosas and sushi among the simplest to knit, while the ice cream and burgers are the most challenging, as they require you to use double-pointed needles. If you knit enough you'll be able to stage your own woolly picnic. Just make sure you have some real food at the ready too!-Simply Knitting
About the Author
Susie Johns is an experienced crafter, specialising in papercrafts and embroidery. She contributes regularly to a number of craft magazines and is the author of a range of books on practical subjects, such as collage, painting, drawing, papier mache, crochet and embroidery. She also teaches craft workshops.