In her latest book, “French Girl Knits Accessories,” Kristeen Griffin-Grimes, who lives in Seattle Washington, reveals an exciting collection of “modern designs for a beautiful life.”
Reflecting on French style in her book, she writes, “It is profoundly easy to glamorize another culture — and I’ve done that aplenty with my French musings — but I’ve also come to realize that there are reasons why the French have developed such a well-defined “look.” We can learn from them to make our lives (and the garments we knit) a more authentic reflection of our personal style.”
Featured among the 16 projects in her inspiring book are hats, leg warmers, lace shrugs, socks, shawls, a hooded cowl and lace mitts.
Visit Griffin-Grimes blog at frenchgirlknits.com.
For a chance to win a copy of the book, just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell me a short story about your knitting experience. Please put the word “French” in the subject line, and REMEMBER to include your name and address.
Good Luck and Happy Knitting!!!