Carri Hammett, “Knitting 101: Master Basic Skills and Techniques Easily through Step-by-Step Instruction”
ISBN: 1589236467 | 2012 | EPUB | 169 pages | 69 MB


Knitting 101 is written for both beginning knitters and for those who want to learn new skills. The book begins by teaching all the basics of learning to knit with step-by-step instructions and photographs. New knitting skills such as texture, shape, knitting in the round, etc, are explained in detail and reinforced by working on projects. The beginning projects are very easy but become more complex as the reader works through the book. Written by a yarn shop owner who understands how knitters learn, the book is rich in details, information and photographs making it the most comprehensive basic knitting guide available. The accompanying DVD shows how-to video illustrating all the knitting techniques presented in the book. The DVD is very useful for those how learn better by seeing a step in action as opposed to still photographs. The wide range of projects in the book includes scarves, hats, a striped rug, a leaf edged shawl, lace curtains, golf club covers, a baby bath robe and much more. Knitters of every level will enjoy making the projects.


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