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Crafts, sewing, knitting.
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Knitting For Beginners is the right book for beginners right through to advanced level knits. All the basic will be included from beginner knitting stitches.
Knitting for Beginners 9. Getting started. Knitting for Beginners 11. Knitting needles The tools of the trade, choosing your needles will ultimately depend on your project, yarn and, of course, personal preference. Yarns From chunky wool to 4-ply acrylic, there is a wide variety of yarns with which you can knit. T. o begin knitting, it’s pretty straightforward, as all you need are two things: a pair of knitting needles and a ball of yarn.
Knitting for Beginners. Find and save patterns for knitting and embroidery and other interesting ideas.
When the knitting machine was invented, hand knitting became useful but nonessential. The first knitting pattern book of any kind at all was the 16th-century Modelbuch, which was a printed pattern collection specifically for embroidery and lace. Like quilting, spinning, and needlepoint, knitting has become a leisurely activity. By the mid-17th century, patterns specifically for knitting were emerging within some pages of pattern books. In 1761, Susanna Dorothea Kriegl published an early pattern book devoted exclusively to knitting, the Strikkemøstre (Knitting Patterns).
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Knitting For Beginners (4th Ed)
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In recent years we have seen a popularity boom surrounding all kinds of crafts. Once the reserve of older generations, hand-knitting skills have taken on a new life as a modern art form and relaxing pastime. So, from lavish fashion trends to homemade gifts, add a hand-crafted touch to your garments, gifts and decorations with the help of Knitting for Beginners. Start by choosing your yarns and needles before getting to grips with casting (binding) on, knitting, purling, ribbing and casting off again. Once you’ve mastered the bare essentials, find out how to finish projects with finesse – then put your newfound skills into practice with a range of creative project patterns that are perfect for newbie knitters. So pick up your needles today, and you’ll be an expert in no time at all!
12 Knitting needles
14 Knitting kit bag
16 Making a slip knot
17 Holding yarn & needles
18 Casting (binding) on
22 The knit stitch
26 The purl stitch
29 Slipping stitches
30 Rib stitch
82 Picking up stitches
96 Add a picked up/folded hem
97 Picot hem
100 Seams & edging
164 Yarn labels
165 Choose colours
166 Knitting abbreviations
167 Understanding stitchchart symbols
168 Stitch gallery
176 Knitting graph paper
25 Garter stitch scarf
28 Simple cushion
31 Ribbed gadget cosies
33 Textured draught excluder
36 Graduating stripes table mat
40 Simple purse
43 Bobbles tea cosy
46 Simple lace scarf