The Knitter's Bible

The Knitter's Bible

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by Claire Crompton
     
 
Creative knitting techniques include cables, fair isle and lace Add finishing touches and embellishments for unique results Knit over 25 easy-to-follow projects as you discover new techniques Extensive stitch library provides over 100 options for your knitting Includes step-by-step illustrations for those new to the craft

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Creative knitting techniques include cables, fair isle and lace Add finishing touches and embellishments for unique results Knit over 25 easy-to-follow projects as you discover new techniques Extensive stitch library provides over 100 options for your knitting Includes step-by-step illustrations for those new to the craft

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780715317990
Publisher:
F+W Media
Publication date:
10/15/2004
Pages:
162
Sales rank:
1,261,884
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.35(d)

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Meet the Author


Claire Crompton has worked in the knitting industry for over 15 years. After her Knitwear Design degree she became a pattern designer for major yarn manufacturers and is the author of The Knitter's Bible.

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Knitters Bible 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is such a great reference tool. I use it on almost every knit project I do.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is great book for a beginner knitter, but also includes very practical advice for intermediate and advanced knitters, such as how to re-size a basic sweater pattern. Personally, as a beginner knitter, I was looking for a book that clearly lays out various stitches so I could gradually increase the level of my projects. It includes a section of stitch patterns that use only knit & purl stitches - I could make my projects a lot more interesting right away, while still practicing the basic stitches and not having to learn any new ones. Directions for each pattern are written out and also diagramed, allowing me to get comfortable with both ways of reading a pattern. The other thing I like about this stichtionary when compared to others is that all the stitch samples are photographed in the same color yarn - an easy-to-see off-white color. A lot of stichtionaries put each pattern in a different color, which I find makes it hard to compare between stitches.