Description - The Knitter's Bible by Claire Crompton
The essential handbook for knitters of all skill levels. Getting Started goes back to basics, with an overview of the yarns and equipment available today. It then takes you, step-by-step, through the basics of knitting, with knit and purl, casting on and binding (casting) off, and reading patterns. Creative Options expands upon the basics with further techniques, while Exploring Choices will provide even the experienced knitter with new ideas for interesting projects. The Stitch Library will become an indispensable reference to be constantly referred to. Finally, a wide selection of Patterns and Projects, linked back to the techniques throughout the book, provide plenty opportunites to explore your developing skills and experiment with a variety of motifs to liven up any knitting.
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(279mm x 216mm x 11mm)
David & Charles
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Author Biography - Claire Crompton
Claire Crompton has been working with needlecrafts for over fifteen years. Following her degree in Knitwear Design she has worked in the knitting industry and as a pattern designer for major wool manufacturers such as Sirdar, Courtaulds and DMC. A talented needlewoman, her first book for David & Charles, Cross Stitch Card Collection, is published in Spring 2004. Claire lives in Gunnislake, Cornwall.