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Designing Knitwear

Author : Deborah Newton
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Provides in-depth information on shaping and fitting, working with color and graphics, using dressmaker details, and finishing techniques, and includes instructions for sixteen garments

Mix and Match Knit Sweater Designs

Author : Rita Maassen
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Knit the sweaters of your dreams! Rita Maassen's easy-to-use system for interchanging the elements of basic sweater designs is genius and will have you making sweater after sweater to your own specifications. The book begins with six basic pullover designs, then the author explains her system for mixing the elements--necklines, armhole style, color and texture patterns, silhouette--and gives you the instructions for each different design element. Finally, she puts her system into practice in 23 unique sweater designs, giving the full instructions for each and explaining which elements she chose and how she put them together, so that you may then either follow these patterns as written, or do your own mixing and matching to create your own unique sweater pattern. Over 70,000 different sweaters are possible with the options presented!

Kids Knitted Sweaters More

Author : Leisure Arts
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Following their creed of minimal finishing, Deb and Lynda Gemmell and fellow Cabin Fever designers bring you more than 30 delightful fashions for children. Most of the designs are knit in one piece or constructed from one of three different directions. Choose a cozy pullover knit in the round from the bottom up or from the top down. Or choose a cardigan or vest made in one piece, working back and forth on a circular needle. These can also be knitted from the top down with no seams to sew. For something different, work a sweater from each of the cuffs and then join in the middle. There also is a poncho, beaded bag, tunic and hat, hoodie vest, and bare midriff slipover. Your special little ones will love wearing these amazing creations, which are great for experienced as well as beginning knitters. Kids' Knitted Sweaters & More (Leisure Arts #4399)

Top Down Knit Sweaters

Author : Corrina Ferguson
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Scrumptious texture, winding cables, and mesmerizing colorwork will take your knitwear wardrobe to the next level of fashion. All of these pieces are designed to go from office to errands to weekends. They are polished yet comfortable, closet staples with interesting details that will make you feel well-dressed every time you put one on. From textured pullover to cabled raglan to wrap-front cardigan, the 16 designs in this book will take you anywhere you want to go. Knitting sweaters from the top down offers many advantages knitters appreciate, not the least of which is that it minimizes the amount of seaming you have to do to finish your sweater. It also allows more easy options for customization in the yoke, raglan placement, overall length, and armhole length. Since you can try your sweater on as you go, you can make sure that you are working to the exact fit you desire. Helpful tips for knitting top down Sizes from XS to XXL Guide to finding your best fit 16 patterns for pullovers and cardigans

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New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.

Knitter s Handy Book of Top Down Sweaters

Author : Ann Budd
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Fiber and yarn enthusiasts nationwide will celebrate Ann Budd's latest addition to The Knitter's Handy Book series. Answering to a growing interest in knitting sweaters from the top down and knitting seamless sweaters that require little finishing, this handy book offers instructions for knitting five basic sweater types: circular yoke, raglan, modified-drop shoulder, set-in sleeve, and saddle shoulder. Patterns are offered in multiple sizes and yarn gauges and for a broad age group. Following the basics for each of the five sweater types are three diverse patterns from top designers that illustrate some of the many ways that instructions can be used as springboards for creative expression, including color, texture, and shaping variations. Also included for intermediate to advanced knitters are personal design touches, detailed charts, clear instruction, and quick tips to expand knitting possibilities and maintain creative originality. A key reference for knitters of all skill levels, this is the new essential knitting resource on your bookshelf.

Knitting America

Author : Susan M. Strawn
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Enhanced with more than three hundred images, a comprehensive history of knitting in America includes twenty historical knitting patterns.

Seamless Knit Sweaters in 2 Weeks

Author : Marie Greene
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Knit a Sweater You’ll Love for Years to Come in Just a Few Weeks! Marie Greene’s twenty gorgeous new patterns make knitting the sweater of your dreams a breeze. If you’ve ever struggled to complete a pullover or been too intimidated to start a cardigan, these seamless, top-down designs will change the way you think about sweaters. Now you can create stylish, long-lasting, professional-quality knits in less time than you thought possible and have fun doing it. With a wide variety of styles and sleeve lengths, this book has a pattern for any time of year. Busy knitters will love the no-fuss construction and carefully chosen details. Captivating cables, cozy textures and fun stripes are made simple with Marie’s helpful tips. Learn to gauge your knitting speed and set a timeline to achieve your goals. These patterns are easy to memorize for portable projects to knit on the go. An incredible value, this collection includes essential tools for efficient knitting and impressive results.

Knitting Sweaters from Around the World

Author : Kari Cornell
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"Knitting Sweaters from Around the World brings together a sampling of patterns from Scandinavia, Europe, the United Kingdom, Ireland, the East, and the West, featuring creative works from well-known designers"--Provided by publisher.

Knitting Around the World

Author : Lela Nargi
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Textured Stitches

Author : Connie Chang Chinchio
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Beloved knitwear designer Connie Chang Chinchio presents for the first time a complete collection of twenty brand-new designs. Knitters know Connie Chang Chinchio's wildly popular patterns from Knitscene and Interweave Knits and will be clamoring for this book of original projects. Textured Stitches brings her trademark combination of simple knitting with lovely patterned stitches to flattering, wearable garments and accessories. The patterns are fun to knit, mixing quick and easy stockinette stitch with more involved stitch patterns like lattice, knitted pleats, cables, twisted stitches, and ribbing. The textured stitches help create a tailored fit, while classic stockinette lends drape and polished finish. Knitters will also learn how textured stitches affect gauge, how yarn choices influence the look of patterned stitches, shaping, and special cast-on and bind-off techniques. The result is a wardrobe full of stylish and smart sweaters, tanks, tees, and accessories that you'll love to make and wear.

Knitting the New Classics

Author : Kristin Nicholas
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“Crisp, clear photographs precede charts and schematics, providing an easy-to-follow format. Altogether a wonderful book.”—McCall’s Needlework. “Well represented are Aran, Fair Isle, and multihued patterns for sweaters and coats that can be worn by men or women.”—Booklist. “Libraries should consider this title for even very small knitting collections.”—Library Journal.

New York Magazine

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New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.

Heirloom Baby Knits

Author : Deborah Newton
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Presents step-by-step instructions for knitting twenty-four baby garments and blankets, including vests, cardigans, pants, and socks, and provides tips on basic techniques.

Threads Magazine

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Knitting Sweaters

Author : Megan Goodacre
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Stitching a sweater is a rite of passage for knitters. It means your skills are advanced enough that you can read and follow a pattern, understand the shaping and sizing involved, and have the stamina to actually finish the project. But finding sweater patterns that aren't boxy, ugly, or outdated can be a challenge, and even then, the directions are often so complicated and confusing knitters don't even want to cast on. Idiot's Guides: Knitting Sweaters is a clear and colorful guide that offers 20 chic and stylish patterns for knitting pullovers, cardigans, shrugs, and more, all featuring easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions and hundreds of inspirational color photos. In it, you get: + 20 stylish sweater patterns for various skill levels, from newer knitters to more experienced stitchers. + Tips for understanding yarn weights, choosing the best yarn for a sweater, and calculating how much is needed. + Easy advice on shaping and sizing for the most figure-flattering finished sweaters. + Pointers on casting on, binding off, assembly, and finishing techniques. + Lessons on stitching sleeves, necklines, collars, hoods, pockets, and more. + Guidance on reading charts, understanding gauge, and avoiding common pitfalls. + Adorable sweater patterns for babies, toddlers, and children. + Fun and funky, sophisticated, and cozy classic sweaters for women. + Masculine patterns for pullovers and jackets for men.

One Piece Knits

Author : Margaret Hubert
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Knit your sweaters in one piece—from the top down, from cuff to cuff, or from back to front—for the whole family, with minimal seaming required! Written by renowned knitting author and expert Margaret Hubert, One-Piece Knits offers charted patterns sized from toddler to adult and in multiple gauges for classic pullovers and cardigans in four styles: top-down (both raglan and yoke), side-over (from one sleeve edge to the other), and back-to-front (from back waist to front waist, then picking up stitches at the shoulders to knit the sleeves). Additional patterns for each style feature alternate stitches, simple colorwork, and neckline and sleeve variations. A helpful resources section offers guidance on basic techniques. With one-piece knits, you can knit classic sweaters for the whole family—from every direction!

Piecework

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Knitting by Design

Author : Mary Anne Erickson
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Contains over 30 original sweater patterns and advice on how to create your own patterns. Includes size charts for men, women, and children.

Designer Knitting with Kitty Bartholomew

Author : Kitty Bartholomew
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The first volume in a new series of knitting handbooks introduces a series of creative designs for all kinds of sweaters, featuring detailed, step-by-step instructions, along with tips on altering a standard pattern, sizing a sweater properly, and selecting the right colors, textures, and qualities of yarn to suit individual taste.