The first thing I did after gassing up my car ($2.41 for premium in MD!) on Friday was to go straight to A Tangled Skein. I saw that people were getting their copies of Knitted Lace of Estonia by Nancy Bush in the mail from Amazon, and I wanted mine too. I’m too impatient to wait for it to come that way, so I went straight to the store that I knew might have it in stock. I love A Tangled Skein for just this reason. They have a small but well-stocked library and usually have just what I’m looking for. Plus, I’d rather give my money to a knitting store just to show my support.
Anyway, this book is wonderful! The patterns are interesting and varied. The section on Estonian lace history is wonderful. There is a whole section on designing your own projects and a pattern library in the back. I highly recommend it as another book that is a must-have for any lace-knitter’s personal library. If you would like to see pictures and a review, check out Grumperina’s account. She covers everything in her usual thorough style.