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The Principles of Knitting : Methods and Techniques of Hand Knitting (REV UPD): Hiatt, June Hemmons/ Hiatt, Jesse (ILT): BOOKS KINOKUNIYA
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The Principles of Knitting : Methods and Techniques of Hand Knitting (REV UPD)
The Principles of Knitting : Methods and Techniques of Hand Knitting (REV UPD)
Publisher : Touchstone Books
Published Date : 2012/02
Binding : Hardcover
ISBN : 9781416535171

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Book Description
Source: ENG
Academic Descriptors: A97602742
Place of Publication: United States
Edition: Subsequent
Subject Development: Techniques
Academic Level: Extracurricular
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Table of Contents
Introduction to the Second Edition                 xi
Introduction to the First Edition                  xv
Acknowledgments                                    xix
  Part One Learning and Methods
    1 Knitting Methods                             3  (19)
    2 Circular and Flat Knitting                   22 (15)
  Part Two Constructing a Fabric
    3 Casting On                                   37 (35)
    4 Selvedges and Steeks                         72 (8)
    5 Casting Off                                  80 (14)
    6 Shaping a Fabric                             94 (13)
    7 Picking Up Stitches                          107(24)
    8 Openings                                     131(19)
    9 Hems, Facings, Pleats, and Tucks             150(21)
  Part Three Decorative Techniques
    10 The Stitches                                171(35)
    11 Increase and Decrease Techniques            206(16)
    12 Increase and Decrease Stitch Patterns       222(32)
    13 Color Techniques                            254(27)
    14 Surface Decoration                          281(24)
  Part Four Special Fabrics
    15 Double-Fabrics                              305(39)
    16 Inlay                                       344(6)
    17 Twined Knit                                 350(10)
    18 Felting and Fulling                         360(5)
    19 Uncommon Shapes                             365(18)
  Part Five Stitch and Color Patterns
    20 Written Stitch Patterns                     383(8)
    21 Charted Stitch Patterns                     391(36)
    22 Charted Color Patterns                      427(28)
  Part Six Pattern Design
    23 Stitch Gauge                                455(26)
    24 Measurements and Schematics                 481(22)
    25 Calculations for Pattern Design             503(16)
    26 Charted Garment Patterns                    519(20)
  Part Seven Materials
    27 Fibers                                      539(18)
    28 Yarns                                       557(14)
    29 Tools                                       571(14)
  Part Eight Working a Project
    30 Working a Project                           585(18)
    31 Written Garment Patterns                    603(4)
    32 Cleaning and Dressing a Knit                607(15)
    33 Finishing Techniques                        622(31)
Appendix                                           653(2)
Glossary                                           655(10)
Bibliography                                       665(8)
Index                                              673

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