Fearless Knitting Workbook

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Interweave Press, Jan 1, 2010 - Crafts & Hobbies - 160 pages
5 Reviews
Designed to empower knitters with practical knowledge of how yarn becomes fabric and to boost confidence in tackling common obstacles and mistakes made during the process, this knitting how-to guides fiber artists to success in their craft by explaining each word of standard knitting instructions. This illustrated guide offers classically-designed swatch exercises--such as knit-and-purl patterns, cables, shaping, and lace--that can later be combined to create pillow covers, throws, or scarves, in addition to tutorials on how to identify stitches that are properly mounted and master basic stitch movements and math required for each exercise. Promoting a deeper understanding of knitting and its facets and encouraging a bold approach to some of the more complex and daunting knitting styles and designs, this informative manual is essential in assisting knitters of all levels in gaining crafting mastery.

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User Review  - Kate Burgan - Goodreads

Good for projects that help advance your skills through very levels. Covers tools and technique although the print is a little small and the choice of "colored inks" for printing makes it a little difficult to read at times. Read full review

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User Review  - Linda Ethier - Goodreads

This is the perfect next step for those who have mastered knitting, purling, casting on, and casting off. As you knit each 8" swatch, you will learn how to increase and decrease, read patterns, make ... Read full review

About the author (2010)

Jennifer E. Seiffert is a knitter, a technical writer, and a teacher. She lives in Warsaw, Indiana.

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