Vogue® Knitting Knitopedia

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This definitive knitting encyclopedia offers beginner to advanced knitters the tools and information they need to enrich their understanding and technique of the craft.
 
From the trusted editors of Vogue Knitting magazine, Knitopedia is a beautiful and elegantly photographed reference containing more than 400 entries on knitting techniques (such as casting on, binding off, shaping and picking up stitches), patterns, knitwear designers, ...
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Overview

This definitive knitting encyclopedia offers beginner to advanced knitters the tools and information they need to enrich their understanding and technique of the craft.
 
From the trusted editors of Vogue Knitting magazine, Knitopedia is a beautiful and elegantly photographed reference containing more than 400 entries on knitting techniques (such as casting on, binding off, shaping and picking up stitches), patterns, knitwear designers, stitches, fibers, cultural traditions as well as explanations of all commonly used abbreviations and terminology – all comprehensively indexed and cross-referenced. Lavish illustrations including technical drawings, charts, and maps provide broad and deep context alongside informative and entertaining essays from leading authorities such as Debbie Bliss, Ann Budd, Emma Jacobsson, Nicky Epstein, Jane Slicer-Smith, Meg Swansen, and many others.
 
Ideal as a gift or to improve one’s own understanding of the craft – right down to designing your own garments – Knitopedia is beautiful, useful, and a must-have.
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The editors of Vogue Knitting have assembled an encyclopedia covering all things knitting, from designers to techniques to history. The entries range from brief to extensive, depending on the complexity of the subject, and illustrations and photographs abound. One-page essays from big names in knitting (e.g., Debbie Bliss, Nicky Epstein, Meg Swansen) are interspersed throughout, providing a respite from the encyclopedia entries. Vogue Knitting: The Ultimate Knitting Book is a better knitting reference choice, but this guide's entries about knitting history, designers, trends, and publications add appeal.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781933027616
  • Publisher: Sixth&Spring
  • Publication date: 3/1/2011
  • Pages: 240
  • Sales rank: 934,215
  • Product dimensions: 10.40 (w) x 10.10 (h) x 1.00 (d)

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