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Teach Yourself Visually Knitting (Teach Yourself Visually) (2ND): Turner, Sharon: BOOKS KINOKUNIYA
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Teach Yourself Visually Knitting (Teach Yourself Visually) (2ND)
Teach Yourself Visually Knitting (Teach Yourself Visually) (2ND)
Publisher : Visual
Published Date : 2010/02
Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9780470528327

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Book Description
Source: ENG
Academic Descriptors: A97602742
Place of Publication: United States
Edition: Subsequent
Continuations: Monograph Series,any number
Subject Development: Techniques
Academic Level: Extracurricular
Review:
Phoenix Public Library Holdings (Internal Code for CLS)
Table of Contents
 
    Introduction to Knitting                       2  (10)
      Getting Started                              4  (2)
      Yarn Types                                   6  (2)
      How to Read Yarn Labels                      8  (1)
      Care Instructions and Symbols                9  (1)
      Needles and Accessories                      10 (2)
    Basic Techniques                               12 (30)
      Make a Slipknot                              14 (1)
      Cast On                                      15 (7)
      Hold Needles and Yarn                        22 (2)
      Knit: English Method                         24 (2)
      Purl: English Method                         26 (2)
      Knit: Continental Method                     28 (2)
      Purl: Continental Method                     30 (2)
      Join New Yarn                                32 (2)
      Slip a Stitch                                34 (1)
      Knit with a Double Strand of Yarn            35 (1)
      Bind Off                                     36 (6)
    Basic Stitch Patterns                          42 (14)
      Start with Simple Stitch Patterns            44 (4)
      Learn Rib Patterns                           48 (4)
      Try More Complicated Knit and Purl Stitch    52 (4)
      Patterns
    Shaping                                        56 (22)
      Increase 1 Stitch                            58 (5)
      Increase Multiple Stitches                   63 (2)
      Decrease 1 Stitch                            65 (5)
      Decrease Multiple Stitches                   70 (4)
      Shape with Short Rows                        74 (4)
    Correcting Mistakes                            78 (12)
      Avoid Accidental Increases                   80 (1)
      Correct Twisted Stitches                     81 (1)
      Correct Incomplete Stitches                  82 (1)
      Pick Up Dropped Stitches                     83 (4)
      Unravel Stitches                             87 (3)
    Learning to Read Written Instructions          90 (12)
      Getting to Know Gauge                        92 (2)
      Make and Measure a Gauge Swatch              94 (2)
      Knitting Terms                               96 (2)
      How to Read a Knitting Pattern               98 (2)
      How to Read a Knitting Chart                 100(2)
    Knitting in the Round                          102(10)
      Cast On with Circular Needles                104(1)
      Knit Using Circular Needles                  105(1)
      Cast On with Double-Pointed Needles          106(1)
      Knit Using Double-Pointed Needles            107(1)
      Knit in the Round on Two Needles             108(2)
      Knit Small Circumferences on One Circular    110(2)
      Needle
    Bobbles, Cables, and Textured Stitches         112(16)
      Make Bobbles                                 114(2)
      Make Simple Cables                           116(2)
      Knit 1 in the Row Below                      118(1)
      Knit or Purl Through Back of Loop            119(1)
      Knit with Bobbles and Knots                  120(2)
      Learn More Cable Patterns                    122(3)
      Combine Cables with Bobbles, Knots, and      125(3)
      Textured Stitches
    Openwork                                       128(8)
      Learn Drop Stitch and Yarn Over Patterns     130(2)
      Experiment with Eyelet Patterns              132(2)
      Work with Lace Patterns                      134(2)
    Color Knitting                                 136(24)
      A Look at Color                              138(4)
      Make Horizontal Stripes                      142(2)
      Work Seamless Stripes in the Round           144(1)
      Master Corrugated Ribbing                    145(1)
      Learn Fair Isle Knitting                     146(4)
      Weave Yarns in Color Knitting                150(4)
      Experiment with a Few Simple Color           154(2)
      Patterns
      Try Intarsia                                 156(2)
      Work a Few Simple Intarsia Motifs            158(2)
    Finishing Techniques                           160(18)
      Weave In Ends                                162(2)
      Block Your Knitting                          164(2)
      Sew Seams                                    166(4)
      Graft Seams                                  170(2)
      Assemble a Sweater                           172(2)
      Felting                                      174(4)
    Finishing Details                              178(20)
      Pick Up Stitches                             180(4)
      Button Bands, Neckbands, and Collars         184(1)
      Make Buttonholes                             185(4)
      Sew On Buttons                               189(2)
      Sew In Zippers                               191(1)
      Make Pockets                                 192(4)
      Turned Hems                                  196(1)
      Knit In Hems                                 197(1)
    Decorative Details                             198(24)
      Make Pompoms                                 200(2)
      Make Tassels                                 202(2)
      Add Fringe                                   204(2)
      Knit a Cord                                  206(1)
      Decorate with Embroidery                     207(2)
      Crochet Edgings                              209(4)
      Knit Fancy Borders and Edgings               213(2)
      Knit with Beads                              215(2)
      Make a Felted Flower                         217(2)
      Make a Knitted Ball                          219(1)
      Line a Knitted Bag                           220(2)
    Easy Knitting Projects                         222(24)
      Easy Horizontal Scarf                        224(2)
      Easy Baby Booties                            226(3)
      Baby Washcloth Set                           229(3)
      Lacy Cabled Scarf                            232(2)
      Textured Pillow Cover                        234(2)
      Cozy Mittens                                 236(3)
      Felted Tote                                  239(3)
      Eyelet Hat                                   242(4)
    More Knitting Projects                         246(32)
      Ribbed and Fair Isle Bag                     248(3)
      Beaded Headband                              251(2)
      Men's Cabled Sleeveless Pullover             253(6)
      Striped Sweater and Hat for Babies and       259(8)
      Kids
      Fair Isle Winter Headband                    267(2)
      Women's Pullover with Big Cable              269(5)
      Toe-Up Socks                                 274(4)
    Modifiable Patterns for Hats, Socks, and       278(39)
    Mittens
      Hats                                         280(2)
      Hat: Master Pattern                          282(8)
      Finishes for the Hat Top                     290(2)
      Socks                                        292(2)
      Socks: Master Pattern                        294(11)
      Mittens                                      305(2)
      Mittens: Master Pattern                      307(10)
Appendix                                           317(13)
Index                                              330
 

A new edition of one of the top knitting primers on the market

"Teach Yourself VISUALLY Knitting" has been one of the top knitting primers on the market since its publication five years ago. Now, updated with brand-new patterns, even more helpful photos, and expanded coverage of knitting techniques, "Teach Yourself VISUALLY Knitting, " 2nd Edition, is the go-to knitting book for crafters who learn faster by seeing and doing than by wading through tedious instruction books.

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IntroductionGreat Power Politics 2. A Theory of Order: Explaining Change in International Politics 3. A Season of Light: The Balance of Power and the Westphalian Order 4. A Fifty Years' Crisis: The Collapse of the Westphalian Order and the Path to Total War 5. Dawn of a New Day: The Rise of the American Order 6. Getting MAD and Even: Nuclear Weapons, Bipolarity, and a New Kind of Rivalry 7. Balance of Power and Its Critics: The Limitations of Current Paradigms 8. Preserving Peace in the 21st Century: Thought and Action in a Newly-Ordered World Conclusion: The Need for Vigilance and Sacrifice