Basic Knitting: All the Skills and Tools You Need to Get Started Edited by Leigh Ann Berry Contributions by: Missy Burns & Anita J. Tosten *SALE ITEM*
Fully illustrated descriptions introduce knitting needles, yarn, and accessories
Detailed, step-by-step sequences illustrate basic stitches and skills
In-depth skill workshops teach techniques needed to complete 10 attractive projects
Knitting is presently enjoying a renaissance. Around the world, people young and old are discovering–or rediscovering–the joy of working with needles and yarn. Basic Knitting serves as a comprehensive introduction to the fundamental skills you will need to master in order to become a knitter. The focus of the first half of the book is on detailed, step-by-step text and photo sequences that will teach you how to execute the basic stitches and techniques of knitting. The second half of the book teaches you how to apply these basic skills when completing actual projects.
ISBN: 9780811731096 Pages: 128, 48 illustrations , 384 color photos, paperback, 8.5″ x 11″ Published by: Stackpole Books, January 2004
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