Knitting - The Complete Guide
Some books are nice additions to a library, and others are cornerstone selections. This book is one of those foundational references you can rely on for years to come. From its easy-to-use lay-flat format, to the collection of 200 pattern stitches, this book is a quick and easy guide to all things knitting. The techniques and insight you glean from Knitting - The Complete Guide can be applied to any project, such as the socks, gloves, hat and sweater projects featured inside.
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1–8 to continue 12 stitches back ofthe knitting basic Bead Knitted beads Begin cast colorwork continue the pattern Crochet desired length DK weight embroidery end ofthe ending with k1 Eyelet fibers finger finished knitting Gauge hold the yarn Insert the needle Intarsia k1ib k2tog k2togtb k3tog knitted stitch knitting needle Lace last 2 sts last st last two sts left needle loop multiple of 12 multiple of4 stitches multiple of6 needle before turning number of stitches p2tog piece Pre-string a multiple purl side Rep row rep to last Repeat rows 1–8 right needle round Row 9 row of knitting skein Skill level sld 1B slip knot Slip Stitch Smocking sock weight St st Stitch markers stockinette stitch strand Stripes sts on left sts total sweater techniques Weave in end Weight System guide weight yarn wool wrapping the yarn Yarn Weight System