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750 Knitting Stitches by Erika Knight

Title 750 Knitting Stitches
Author Erika Knight
Publisher Macmillan
Release 2015-08-25
Category Crafts & Hobbies
Total Pages 288
ISBN 1250067189
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Statement of responsibility inferred from acknowledgments (page 288).

Ultimate Knit Stitch Bible by Collins & Brown

Title Ultimate Knit Stitch Bible
Author Collins & Brown
Publisher Collins & Brown
Release 2015-07-30
Category Crafts & Hobbies
Total Pages 288
ISBN 1910904228
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This jam-packed stitch bible begins with a guide to the best tools and equipment, detailed instructions on how to knit, and information on reading stitch diagrams and understanding knitting abbreviations. The stitches are divided into five sections. The first section introduces basic combinations of knit and purl. These two basic stitches can be configured into patterns and constructed into all kinds of fabrics. The second section features cable and aran stiches. These are characterized by a large central panel bordered by varying numbers of side panels on a textural background. For the beginner knitter, lace knitting may seem daunting as it requires a little more technique. However, the sense of accomplishing a simple eyelet will encourage you to attempt and experiment with the more complex and challenging effects. The fourth section focuses on colourwork, with most of the designs drawing inspiration from traditional Scottish and Scandinavian patterns knitted using the Fair Isle technique, which uses design repeats and motifs in horizontal and vertical bands, and in small and large panels. Intarsia knitting is a similar technique, though patterns often involve larger blocks of colour and picture motifs. The final section concentrates on edgings and trims. From simple yet decorative ribs to intricate lace borders, there is an almost endless variety of edgings. They offer a quick way of turning a plain knit garment into something supremely stylish. Whether you’re a knitting novice who is picking up a pair of needles for the first time, or a seasoned professional with years of experience, you will find inspiration and technical know-how within these pages. Word count: 60,000

Ultimate Knit Stitch Bible by Erika Knight

Title Ultimate Knit Stitch Bible
Author Erika Knight
Publisher Collins & Brown
Release 2015-08-06
Category Crafts & Hobbies
Total Pages 288
ISBN 9781909397989
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This jam-packed stitch bible begins with a guide to the best tools and equipment, detailed instructions on how to knit, and information on reading stitch diagrams and understanding knitting abbreviations. The stitches are divided into five sections. The first section introduces basic combinations of knit and purl. These two basic stitches can be configured into patterns and constructed into all kinds of fabrics. The second section features cable and aran stiches. These are characterized by a large central panel bordered by varying numbers of side panels on a textural background. For the beginner knitter, lace knitting may seem daunting as it requires a little more technique. However, the sense of accomplishing a simple eyelet will encourage you to attempt and experiment with the more complex and challenging effects. The fourth section focuses on colourwork, with most of the designs drawing inspiration from traditional Scottish and Scandinavian patterns knitted using the Fair Isle technique, which uses design repeats and motifs in horizontal and vertical bands, and in small and large panels. Intarsia knitting is a similar technique, though patterns often involve larger blocks of colour and picture motifs. The final section concentrates on edgings and trims. From simple yet decorative ribs to intricate lace borders, there is an almost endless variety of edgings. They offer a quick way of turning a plain knit garment into something supremely stylish. Whether you’re a knitting novice who is picking up a pair of needles for the first time, or a seasoned professional with years of experience, you will find inspiration and technical know-how within these pages. Word count: 60,000

Harmony Guides Knit Purl by Erika Knight

Title Harmony Guides Knit Purl
Author Erika Knight
Publisher Interweave
Release 2007-10-01
Category Crafts & Hobbies
Total Pages 272
ISBN 9781596680562
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Offering clear, concise knitting instructions, this series has served as a classic reference for handcrafters for more than thirty years. Featuring more than 250 classic and contemporary stitch patterns, this updated guide includes instructions for knitters of all levels. From the basic knit and purl stitch to the seed stitch to a fanciful ladder pattern, each of the featured stitches is detailed with a color photograph and handy how-to instructions. Both new and classic yarn varieties are covered, and insider tips designed to facilitate personalization are featured throughout. For projects ranging from the simple to the ornate, this extensive catalog is brimming with stitch inspiration.

Title Knitting Stitches VISUAL Encyclopedia
Author Sharon Turner
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Release 2012-01-09
Category Crafts & Hobbies
Total Pages 256
ISBN 1118183185
Language English, Spanish, and French
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350 stitch patterns you'll use again and again Knitting Stitches VISUAL Encyclopedia gives you quick visual access to a comprehensive collection of stitch combinations that enable you to create your own designs or modify existing patterns with ease. Each stitch is accompanied by a full-color photo and diagram to make learning even easier, while sidebars guide you through tricky parts of various stitch patterns. knit and purl patterns • ribs • bobbles and textured stitches • slipstitch patterns • twist-stitch patterns • cables • drop-stitch, eyelet, and lace patterns • borders and edgings • color knitting patterns

Title Keiko Okamoto s Japanese Knitting Stitches
Author Keiko Okamoto
Publisher Tuttle Publishing
Release 2019-05-28
Category Crafts & Hobbies
Total Pages 144
ISBN 1462920799
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Keiko Okamoto's Japanese Knitting Stitches presents 150 exquisite knitting and crochet stitches from one of Japan's most prolific and innovative designers. Her designs range from classic to ethnic to quirky—in colors ranging from earthy to vivid. Keiko Okamoto is recognized around the world for her colorful and textural stitches, and this book features beautiful color photos showing the full potential of these stitch patterns. An introduction by veteran Japanese knitting expert Gayle Roehm—translator of Japanese Knitting Stitch Bible and 250 Japanese Knitting Stitches—explains the ins and outs of using the Japanese-style knitting charts and executing the stitches in a way that is simple and easy for all knitters to understand. Full instructions and diagrams for crochet and knitting projects offer a chance to put these stitches to use. These projects include: A cardigan with charming crocheted strawberry garland A multi-colored, fringed neck wrap A pair of funky, sculptural arm-warmers—toasty and multi-textured A charming Fair Isle knitted basket bag A pair of fluffy, cuffed mittens An elegant A-line textured wool sweater suitable for any body type A chic Nordic-patterned short coat This book will be a prized addition to every knitter's library, and a favorite reference for years to come!

Title 1000 Japanese Knitting Crochet Stitches
Author Nihon Vogue,
Publisher Tuttle Publishing
Release 2020-12-22
Category Crafts & Hobbies
Total Pages 320
ISBN 1462921205
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The ultimate Japanese knitting and crochet stitch bible—now available for English-speaking crafters! 1000 Japanese Knitting & Crochet Stitches is a treasure trove of needlecraft patterns and motifs for knitters and crocheters seeking to create and better understand the infinite variety of their craft. The classic compendium of Japanese stitches is finally available to Western audiences! The Japanese reference work is beloved by knitters the world over, and this English version will allow even more crafters to enjoy these techniques. This dictionary includes 700 original knitting stitch patterns and 300 original crochet patterns that have inspired many modern Japanese knitwear designs. You'll find classic lacy, cable, Aran, Fair Isle, Nordic, ethnic patterns; geometric, botanical and animal motifs; and so much more. This one-stop reference has detailed steps and stitch diagrams showing how to execute over 60 different knitting stitches and over 40 different crochet stitches. Each pattern is charted with a delineation of the pattern repeat. Like Tuttle's other bestselling knitting dictionaries—including Hitomi Shida's Japanese Knitting Stitch Bible—this one includes an introduction by Japanese knitting guru Gayle Roehm, which helps non-Japanese knitters navigate the differences between the Japanese and Western styles of knitting and crochet.

The Knitted Rug by Donna Druchunas

Title The Knitted Rug
Author Donna Druchunas
Publisher Lark Books
Release 2004
Category Crafts & Hobbies
Total Pages 128
ISBN 9781579904241
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Here’s a fresh take on the crafts of rugmaking and knitting—the very first book of its kind. These 21 stylish rug projects are so eye-catching that it’s hard to believe that even novice knitters can create them. But they can, thanks to a thorough section on knitting basics, sumptuously illustrated with more than 60 how-to photographs; advice on embellishments, including embroidery, fringes, and tassels; and instruction on finishing touches, such as weaving ends, sewing seams, blocking, backing, and lining. Put this knowledge to work on a multicolored Big Needle Garter Stitch Rug, Knit and Purl Oval Rug, Thunderbird Wall Tapestry, and others. Every rug is beautifully photographed in a home setting, and includes patterns and ideas for modifying the design. The author lives in Longmont, CO.

Trade and Industry Publication by Apprenticeship and Training Bureau

Title Trade and Industry Publication
Author Apprenticeship and Training Bureau
Publisher
Release 1970
Category
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Knitting Fabric Rugs by Karen Tiede

Title Knitting Fabric Rugs
Author Karen Tiede
Publisher Storey Publishing
Release 2015-08-08
Category Crafts & Hobbies
Total Pages 184
ISBN 1612124496
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

With just a few tools and fabric, Karen Tiede gives you directions for making 28 different rugs with designs that use age-old motifs, including stripes and spirals; traditional quilt patterns, such as tessellations and log cabin designs; and freeform inventions. She shows how to create a wide range of color modulations, as well as different shapes, from rectangles to circles. The results are beautiful, one-of-a-kind floor coverings and wall hangings that are perfect for your space and taste.

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