After much time and angst, the What Would Madame Defarge Knit INDIVIDUAL patterns are here (or on Ravelry, actually)!!!

What Would Madame Defarge Knit?
by Heather Ordover, Editor

published in May 2011


Also now available: Volume 2 in the WWMDfK series: What (else) Would Madame Defarge Knit?

All patterns from this book are now also available as individual downloads.

Madame Thérèse Defarge, a character in the book A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens, works the names of the condemned into her knitting as she sits near the ever-active revolutionary guillotines.
Don’t worry — you’re safe with us!

WWMDfK? contains 21 knit and crochet patterns, as well as essays
and projects inspired by classic literature, including Charlotte Brontë, Frank L. Baum, Jane Austen and of course, Dickens himself.

“I love this book! A delight in literature, crafts, friendship, and creativity is channeled through original knitting patterns. It took me on a journey of sharing, joy, discovery, and whimsy that left me
exhilarated. It’s like CraftLit in a book!”
— Julie Davis, Forgotten Classics podcast

The ebook edition is available directly on Ravelry; other editions are for sale on the Cooperative Press website as well as and contributing designers’ websites.

More FOs and OTNs can be found and discussed on this thread in the CraftLit Podcast group and KALs can be found in the WWMDfK group.

Dianne Read-Jackson
Bertha’s Mad, Mysterious Möbius (makes more sense after Jane Eyre on CraftLit, don’t it?)
Erica Hernandez
Hunter Hammersen
Syne Mitchell
Meg Warren
Heather Ordover
Kathleen Rogers
Erica Hernandez
Meg Warren
Chrissy Gardiner
Dawn Ellerd
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