While it's been on my shelf for awhile I felt compelled to pick it up and finally give it a closer look that I'll now share with you...
Unlike most books it starts out with patterns in front. I would say the majority of patterns seem to be knit and there is a definitive style to the knitted jewelry that reflects the behavior of knitting. Another different thing is that her jewelry often combines both fiber and wire leaving another interesting affect.
After you've had a chance to browse the gorgeous designs and be inspired to make your own, Annie goes through some important basics of working with wire to make knit and crochet jewelry. She touches on types of wire, jewelry tools, and findings that would be incorporated in your finished jewelry piece. Going on she goes into more depth in how to knit and crochet with wire (there's more detail for knitting as it's more necessary). The book of course ends with finishing techniques and resources for wire, beads, and yarn as well as a glossary.
All in all I think the book is a great investment for someone who works with fiber and wants to venture out. Making practice pieces and just working with the wire as the author says is the best teacher and this book has loads of gorgeous projects to inspire you! I'd give it a 5 out of 5 for creativity, usability, and inspiration!
In the comments below I'd love to hear about your experience with this book or if you have any other suggestions for those wanting to work with wire and jewelry! Did you feel this review was helpful? Are you planning on checking out this book after reading? Have you ever made crochet or knit jewelry before? And as always if you're new to the blog make sure you give me a follow with Bloglovin', check me out on social media and Join the newsletter for special updates you'll only get through email!