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Knitter's Know-How

127 Techniques Every Knitter Needs to Know

By: Cap Sease

Price: CAD $41.99


Imprint: Martingale

112 Pages

11 X 8.5 X 0.4 ins

ISBN:  9781604687743 -- Hardcover

Publication Date: 09/27/2016

Baffled by buttonholes? Perplexed by pockets? Stumped by seams? We'll let you in on a secret—a perfect finish for a knitted project starts at the beginning! And knitting expert and author of the best-selling Cast On, Bind Off will help you start—and finish—like a pro.

Learn how to master edges that don't curl, make beautifully spaced buttonholes, insert a zipper easily, choose the right increase or decrease for the look you want, discover ways to seam knitted pieces together, and much more. These nuggets of knitting know-how are rarely covered in your favorite patterns. But now you can have the definitive reference for finishing any knitting project in one handy volume. All techniques are clearly demonstrated with close-up photos and easy-to-follow illustrations. Get all your finishing questions answered before you even pick up your needles.

Cap Sease of Guilford, Connecticut, has been knitting since childhood. She is a designer and workshop leader for Green Mountain Spinnery, as well as a weaver, quilter, and basket maker.


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