The visual way to get hooked on circular knitting Circular knitting (also known as knitting in the round) has benefits over knitting with straight needles, including seamless finished projects, easy portability, and not having to turn your work. Many crafters are intimidated by circular knitting?but you needn't be! Teach Yourself VISUALLY Circular Knitting walks you step-by-step through the process of circular knitting and shows you how to make a dozen unique projects to put your newfound skills to practice. Covers popular techniques including using double-pointed needles, working with one or two circular needles, and the Magic Loop, all illustrated with helpful photos Patterns range from scarves and hats to sweaters and baby sets Other titles by Morgan-Oakes: 2-at-a-Time Socks and Toe Up 2-at-a-Time Socks If you're a crafter who learns better by seeing and doing, Teach Yourself VISUALLY Circular Knitting will get you confidently knitting in the round in no time.
A new edition of one of the top knitting primers on themarket Teach Yourself VISUALLY Knitting has been one of the topknitting primers on the market since its publication five yearsago. Now, updated with brand-new patterns, even more helpfulphotos, and expanded coverage of knitting techniques, TeachYourself VISUALLY Knitting, 2nd Edition, is the go-to knittingbook for crafters who learn faster by seeing and doing than bywading through tedious instruction books. You'll get visual guidance on the basic knit and purl stitchesand advance to bobbles, cables, lace, and fancy color work. Photoby photo and stitch by stitch, you'll learn how to knit socks,hats, mittens, sweaters, and more. Concise two-page lessons show you all the steps to a skill andare ideal for quick review Detailed color photos demonstrate each step, and helpful tipsprovide additional guidance Other titles by Turner: Knitting VISUAL Quick Tips andTeach Yourself VISUALLY Knitting Design Packed with step-by-step instructions and fun, innovativepatterns, Teach Yourself VISUALLY Knitting, 2nd Edition,will have you creating masterpieces in no time!
The visual way to add color to your knitting Are you a knitter looking to expand your knowledge and take on new challenges? Color adds vibrant, complex patterns to sweaters, hats, mittens, and more. For the uninitiated, color knitting can be intimidating, but it doesn't have to be. Teach Yourself VISUALLY Color Knitting explains, step by step, the various methods and gives you a variety of projects so that you can put your newfound skills to use. Working with color—whether it's one richly toned variegated handspun yarn or multiple colors worked in an intricate pattern—is a great way to advance from basic projects to more complex and satisfying ones. Photo by photo, you'll learn all the techniques, including stripes, slip-stitch knitting, Fair Isle (stranded knitting), intarsia, and entrelac. Plus, you'll get some lessons on color theory and discover how to put together beautiful color combinations. Features 21 patterns using various colorwork skills Includes a stitch pattern dictionary for each technique Photos and detailed explanations make learning easy If you're a crafter who learns better by seeing and doing, Teach Yourself VISUALLY Color Knitting will get you confidently knitting colorwork in no time.
Socks are portable, fun to knit, and quick to complete—and they make great gifts. This step-by-step guide walks you through all the techniques used to knit beautiful socks—from buying yarn to working on double-pointed needles, from turning a heel to grafting a toe. It covers knitting socks top-down, toe-up, and flat, explains how to create various heels and toes, and gives you a dozen original patterns for everything from baby booties to knee socks. Whether you're new to knitting or just new to socks, you'll learn the skills needed for a lifetime of creative sock knitting.
Solutions to common knitting quandaries are at your fingertips--anywhere you go Knitting VISUAL Quick Tips has the answers you need--fast. With detailed color photos and concise instructions, plus time-saving tips, it covers: Selecting tools and yarn Casting on and binding off Knitting and purling: English and Continental Working cables and bobbles Knitting in the round Shaping Color Knitting Correcting mistakes Finishing Adding decorative details Understanding pattern instructions and charts
Are you looking for the perfect guide to teach your child to knit? Look no further! Creative Kids Complete Photo Guide to Knitting starts with the absolute basics about knitting, beginning with a discussion about needles and yarn, how to cast stitches onto the needle, then gradually introduces skills and techniques until kids are knitting confidently. Mary Scott Huff, author of Fun and Fantastical Hats to Knit and Fun and Fantastical Slippers to Knit, will guide you and your children through projects. With over 200 photos and clear, concise instructions in language easily understood by grade-school kids, you're going to be creating crafty knit projects with your child in no time! Each project lists the knitting skills that will be exercised in making it and projects are rated for difficulty, so kids can learn and grow as they develop dexterity and coordination. Your children will learn to knit by making simple projects and building skills by practicing the essentials, and this book provides a sound foundation for a lifetime of knitting enjoyment.
Release on 2007 | by Shinichi Kameyama,Bernd Meyer
Author: Shinichi Kameyama,Bernd Meyer
Pubpsher: Peter Lang
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