Circular Knitting Workshop
Discover the pleasures of knitting in the round! Margaret Radcliffe teaches you everything you need to know to master the art of circular knitting, presenting Fair Isle, twined, helix, tubular, double knitting, and other classic techniques in detailed step-by-step photographic sequences. She includes 35 demonstration projects so you can practice each technique on a mini-version of a sock, hat, bag, mitten, sweater, or vest before applying it to a larger project. She also shows you how to convert any straight-needle pattern for use with circular needles. This is a complete course in one book, suitable even for beginners.$ 24.95 US
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- Pages: 320
- Size: 8 1/2 x 10 7/8
- Color: Full-color; Photographs throughout
- ISBN: 978-1-60342-999-3
- Order Number: 62999
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