The Knitter's Book of Finishing Techniques

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Martingale, Sep 17, 2012 - Crafts & Hobbies - 144 pages
16 Reviews
By popular demand, this best seller is now in paperback!

Knitted one too many sweaters that scream "homemade"? Help is here! Finishing techniques are the key to turning out professional-looking projects. This comprehensive reference gives you the know-how to get gorgeous, polished results every time.
More than 50 expert techniques cover increases, decreases, seams, blocking, decorative finishes, and more
Master each method with step-by-step illustrations, easy-to-read text, and dozens of color photos
Bring along this handy guide wherever you go--its lay-flat binding means trouble-free knitting

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User Review  - Tmtrvlr - LibraryThing

The most beautiful knit fabric will make an awful sweater if the finishing techniques are not right. There is so much information to help make that perfect project in this small book. Only 144 pages ... Read full review

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User Review  - Gloria - Goodreads

Well I have been 'reading' this book for almost seven years. It is my go-to reference for those very important finishing techniques--the knitted item no matter how well knot can look awful if jot well ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

Nancie M. Wiseman has been sewing, knitting, and crocheting since she was a child. Surrounded by people who taught her these skills as she grew up, Nancie learned to love crafting and was able to use it to earn money for college and eventually to make a living.



Nancie has made several videos on knitting, which appeared on the DIY television network and on the "Needle Arts Studio" with Shay Pendray on PBS. She has also written articles and designed patterns for "Martha Stewart Living", "Piecework", "Knitters", and "Knit 'n Style" magazines and Prism, Trendsetter, Brown Sheep, and Tilli Tomas yarn companies.



Nancie lives in a small town north of Sacramento, California, with her husband, Bill, and her Yorkie, Pumpkin.

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