I recently had an email from the Online Media Co-ordinator of Love of Knitting, asking me to review one of their ebooks. Now I'm a "real" book fan, I much prefer reading in an armchair or in bed, to reading a "book" on my PC, but then I'm an old fashioned being, I don't own one of these fancy pads or pods, or whatever they are, that you can take to the beach or whatever, so I may be slightly prejudiced. However, I agreed to give it a go, and here it is.
The book is "Learn to Knit Lace"
It consists of 9 pages, and includes 3 patterns - an Espalier Wrap, Cielo Shell (a sleeveless top) and a lace linen trim. I have to admit that I simply haven't had the time to try out the patterns, but having scanned them a couple of times, I think they would prove to be manageable by a fairly accomplished knitter, bearing in mind that they appear to come from an American source, so some of the terminology is slightly different to UK terminology, for instance we cast off, they bind off.
This is a free publication, all you have to do is follow this link http://www.loveofknitting.com/free-easy-lace-knitting-patterns to download your own copy, so if you are thinking of teaching yourself to knit lace, this would be as good a place to start as any.
I received a free copy of this e-publication for review purposes.