A to Z of Knitting - The Ultimate Guide for the Beginner to Advanced Knitter - Paperback Edition - OUT OF PRINT

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Now in paperback, this must-have resource offers all the knitting know-how you'll ever need! With over 1,000 close-up photographs featuring real hands holding real yarn and needles, there's no easier way to learn!

  • Walk from beginner's basics through gorgeous Aran, Fair Isle, entrelac, and intarsia knitting with easy-to-understand text and colorful photos
  • Add an astounding array of embellishments to your projects with embroidery, beading, and much more
  • Fix mistakes, care for garments, and find answers to almost any knitting question--this book simplifies it all


Available to customers in the U.S. and Canada only.
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Size:
8.5" x 9"
Format Description:
full color, softcover
Pages:
152
Product Code:
DB981
ISBN:
9781564779144
Publication Date:
January 20th, 2009
Return Info:
This title is out of print; Returns accepted in resale condition only until June 13th, 2018

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From Knit Picks by Alyse Wax

A to Z of Knitting: The Ultimate Guide for the Beginner to Advanced Knitter … starts at the beginning – literally, opening with a history of knitting. From there, the book walks you through the things you need to learn before you cast on: needles, yarn fibers and textures, sundry tools and accessories, abbreviations and how to read patterns and charts. It even tells you different ways to hold the yarns and needles … the instructions are tops. Other tutorials include: basic knit and purl stitches, increases, decreases, ribbing, buttonholes, bobbles, cables, adding beads and sequins, fair isle, entralac, short rows, lace, looped knitting, knitting in the round, embroidery and decorative stitching, multiple methods of correcting mistakes, grafting and seaming, blocking, fringe and tassel, pom-poms, and caring for your knit garments. The photographs are clear and easy to follow – and all in color. You would be surprised at how many knitting books only have sketches or black and white photos. Each technique also comes with a photo of a finished swatch, so you know what it is supposed to look like.