Knitting with wire

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Interweave Press, 2003 - Crafts & Hobbies - 90 pages
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Covering the basics of wire knitting, this manual presents a range of 30 innovative and beautiful projects, from simple to more complex, with clear directions and illustrations. Appealing to knitters, beadworkers, wireworkers, and jewelry makers, the guide offers a complete description of tools and techniques, embellishing with beads, and making finishes for the project. A history of this unusual technique is also explored, along with tips for independent projects.

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Knitting With Wire (Knitting Technique Series)

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Wiseman is a prolific knitwear designer and author of The Knitter's Book of Finishing Techniques and Knitted Sweaters for Every Season. Here, she turns her attention to knitting with wire using ... Read full review

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Liked this book. Not all jewelry projects and good basics. Read full review

Contents

Tools for Working with Wire
2
Specific Tools for Specific Techniques
3
Tools for Viking Knitting
4
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Nancie M. Wiseman designs and writes patterns for Prism, Lorna's Laces, Rainbow Mills, Cascade Yarns, and Trendsetter Yarns. She has served as a knitting consultant for Martha Stewart Living and has written for Interweave Knits, Knit 'n Style, Knitter's, and Piecework. She is the author of The Knitters Book of Finishing Techniques, Knitted Sweaters for Every Season: 4 Techniques 16 Sweaters and More, and Knitted Shawls, Stoles and Scarves. She lives in Coupeville, Washington.

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