Can I go outside, where there's no baby?
I use the Internet a lot to look up knitting stuff, but what if the zombie apocalypse comes and I lose Internet access?!? What knitting reference books should I have on hand to see me through those dark times?
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I'm not sure what a zombie apocalypse is, but you never know when the Internet will crap out on you, so building a reference library is a good idea. Here are some books I found on Kristen's bookshelf:
Everything you ever wanted to know about knitting. Everything.
Harmony Guides, like this one, are great for finding new stitch patterns.
An in depth look at finishing techniques and tricks.
A book solely dedicated to cast on and bind off techniques (who knew there were so many?)
A must-have for colorwork.
And a sock knitting bible.
Have fun stocking your library!