A to Z of Knitting: The Ultimate Guide for the Beginner to Advanced Knitter

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Sue Gardner, Lizzie Kulinski
Martingale & Company, 2009 - Crafts & Hobbies - 152 pages
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Now in paperback, this must-have resource offers all the knitting know-how you'll ever need! With over 1,000 close-up photographs featuring real hands holding real yarn and needles, there's no easier way to learn!
Walk from beginner's basics through gorgeous Aran, Fair Isle, entrelac, and intarsia knitting with easy-to-understand text and colorful photos
Add an astounding array of embellishments to your projects with embroidery, beading, and much more
Fix mistakes, care for garments, and find answers to almost any knitting question - this book simplifies it all

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User Review  - chatterboxquilter - LibraryThing

This is a must have book for knitters. I'm not much of a knitter, but I do occasionally knit up a quick scarf or poncho. I found this to be a great reference book for me. I liked the clear ... Read full review

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User Review  - ssplam - LibraryThing

I have A to Z of Crochet and A to Z of knitting. Both books are really nice. Plenty of pictures to show you the techniques you need to get you started and some more complex techniques that I've not ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

This talk was a homecoming of sorts for Sue Gardner, who began her career at CBC Radio in Fredericton before becoming one of the world's most influential media figures. When she arrived on campus in the fall of 2009, she was the executive director of the Wikimedia Foundation, a collaborative Internet project that revolutionized the sharing of information, including news. Before joining Wikimedia, Gardner spent a decade as a reporter and producer for CBC Radio, eventually guiding the development of the CBC's online news services. In the spring of 2014, she left Wikimedia to devote her time to other projects, particularly those related to maintaining an open and free Internet. In a rapidly changing media world, Sue Gardner never stands still.

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