Book Review: Wool Studio

Title: Wool Studio: The Knitwear Capsule Collection
Author: Meghan Babin

Round out your wardrobe with luxurious knitwear design!

Wool Studio is a capsule collection for the modern knitter featuring sophisticated, simple, and luxurious designs. In this collection you’ll enjoy exquisite patterns from top knitwear designers including Norah Gaughan, Kate Gagnon Osborn, Susanna IC, Véronik Avery, Bristol Ivy, and more. Each of the 21 gorgeous projects, including pullovers, tees, cardigans, cowls, and more, highlights and enriches exceptional yarns through simple silhouettes and intuative details. Every design element has a purpose. And each garment was conceived to enhance your wardrobe for years to come.

Explore Wool Studio and start knitting the contemporary, chic knitwear designs you’ve always wanted to see in your closet.

My Review

This may be described as a capsule collection of knitted clothing, but for me it would be everyday wear. I am a little sad to see the sizes are mostly smaller sizes. For a plus size woman, I would really have to determine if I wanted to modify the pattern enough to make them fit me, but I did not expect to find any plus clothing in the book. I love the choices in this book and if you want some basic knitted clothing and shawls then this would be a good book for you. Though from reading the patterns I do recommend that you have a intermediate knowledge of knitting before trying these patterns.

This would make a wonderful gift for any knitter and would make a wonderful start to create their own capsule collection of knit wear.


I received this book from Net Galley for this review.

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