My First Knitting Book

Learn to Knit

Author: Alison McNicol

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781908707109

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 48

View: 1862

Introduction to knitting with easy learn to knit illustrations, fun and simple projects, a variety of knitting stitches and skills. Designed for absolute beginners.

Susan B. Anderson's Kids' Knitting Workshop

The Easiest and Most Effective Way to Learn to Knit!

Author: Susan B. Anderson

Publisher: Artisan Books

ISBN: 1579656811

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 176

View: 2237

Beloved knitting instructor Susan B. Anderson presents her first book targeted at a young audience. This accessible introduction to knitting in the round includes easy-to-follow illustrated tutorials on techniques from casting on and binding off to joining colors to make stripes, and 17 progressively challenging knitting projects—beginning with simple infinity scarves and hats and building to supersweet toys and decor. Step-by-step text and photographs that kids can read and follow on their own mean they will be knitting independently in no time! Also included is a chapter on stocking your toolbox and sourcing yarn; plus advice on starting a knitting group, connecting with local knitting communities, charity knitting, and more.

Big Book of Loom Knitting

Author: Kathy Norris

Publisher: Leisure Arts

ISBN: 1609003535

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 96

View: 5596

Make hats, scarves, sweaters, an afghan and more-- without knitting needles!--

Knitting for Baby

30 Heirloom Projects with Complete How-to-Knit Instructions

Author: Melanie Falick,Kristin Nicholas

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN: 1453268138

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 160

View: 8323

Knitting for Baby provides knitters of all levels with everything they need to create handmade expressions of love for those special babies in their lives. Master hand-knitting designer Kristin Nicholas and bestselling author Melanie Falick offer 30 fresh, irresistible designs sized for infants to two-year-olds, step-by-step instructions and illustrations, and a comprehensive how-to-knit section for those new to the craft. From booties and blankets to toys and sweaters, the exquisite projects showcase contemporary colors and luscious natural fibers that are as soft as a baby’s skin. Each of the patterns is clearly written and thoroughly tested and is accompanied by beautiful, hand-painted illustrations of the skills required, from casting on the first stitch to colorwork, cables, and finishing details. Engaging color photographs by acclaimed baby photographer Ross Whitaker show the finished garments and accessories being worn and enjoyed by a charming cast of babies being their naturally delightful selves. Originally published in 2002, Knitting for Baby has sold more than 40,000 copies in hardcover. The new paperback reissue of this timeless book is sure to find an even broader audience of knitters, both novice and expert.

Loom Knitting Primer

A Beginner's Guide to Knitting on a Loom, with Over 30 Fun Projects

Author: Isela Phelps

Publisher: Macmillan

ISBN: 9780312366612

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 144

View: 4515

"A beginner's guide to knitting on a loom, with over 30 fun projects"--Cover.

Knitting Patterns For Dummies

Author: Kristi Porter

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118050878

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 312

View: 8486

Have you always wanted to knit? Know the basics, but you’re looking to stretch your knitting skills? Knitting Patterns For Dummies is chock-full of simple instructions and easy-to-follow patterns to help you create a wide range of classic, beautiful knits for the whole family, from clothing to household items to gift ideas. This fun, friendly guide gives you scores of new ways to have fun with needles and yarn, with great projects such as basic ponchos and pullovers, felted bags and slippers, cabled sweaters, and home and baby accessories, to name a few. You get step-by-step instructions for all the patterns in the book, along with line drawings and 8 pages of full-color photos to guide you. And, with the variations added at the end of many of the patterns, you’ll have almost 100 projects to choose from! You’ll discover how to: Select the right yarn and needles Decipher knitting lingo Measure your gauge, read a pattern, and understand garment sizing Work with common stitches, such as the stockinette, garter seed, box, and half linen Handle ribbing, cabling, and knitting lace Work with patterns with rectangles, circles, and triangles Use colorful stitches such as the Stripes, Fair Isle, and Mosaic Join shapes together in your design Create different textures and add color throughout a piece or just as accents You’ll also find ten things you can knit with that aren’t yarn or needles, as well as plenty of tips for caring for your knits once they’re complete. From beanies to bags to blankets, Knitting Patterns For Dummies has it all—everything you need to pick up your sticks and get creative right away!

Knitting Yarns: Writers on Knitting

Author: Ann Hood

Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company

ISBN: 0393239497

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 294

View: 4739

This collection of essays from over twenty different authors, including Elizabeth Berg, Ann Patchett, Andre Dubus III and Sue Grafton, describes their passion for knitting, recalling their triumphs and disasters in their craft projects and lives. 30,000 first printing.

Knitty Gritty

Knitting for the Absolute Beginner

Author: Aneeta Patel

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 0713685425

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 128

View: 6564

Presents simple instructions and illustrations to help beginners learn to knit, with patterns for sixteen easy projects.

Knitting Basics

A step-by-step course for first-time knitters

Author: Tracey Lord

Publisher: CICO Books

ISBN: 9781782491941

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 176

View: 1813

If you would like to start knitting but don’t have anyone to show you how, or if you know the basics of knitting but would like to improve and learn the more complex skills of shaping, lace patterns and colorwork, then 'Knitting Basics' is for you. Starting at the very beginning with casting on, knit stitch and binding off, the 20 workshops take you step by step through different stitches and techniques, with color artworks to show you how everything is done. At the end of every workshop there is a project to make which is designed to put what you have learned so far into practice—the best way of making sure you don’t forget what you’ve learned. As you progress through the workshops, you will also learn how to read patterns, how to join pieces, and how to knit in the round. The projects include a table runner made up of squares knitted in knit stitch, a child’s jumper with intarsia design, a messenger bag with cable patterns, and a textured throw with bobbles and fringing. There is an introductory section on tools and materials, and there’s also a handy stitch reference guide in case you just want to refresh your memory of a particular stitch.

The Knitted Rug

21 Fantastic Designs

Author: Donna Druchunas

Publisher: Lark Books

ISBN: 9781579904241

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 128

View: 5454

Here’s a fresh take on the crafts of rugmaking and knitting—the very first book of its kind. These 21 stylish rug projects are so eye-catching that it’s hard to believe that even novice knitters can create them. But they can, thanks to a thorough section on knitting basics, sumptuously illustrated with more than 60 how-to photographs; advice on embellishments, including embroidery, fringes, and tassels; and instruction on finishing touches, such as weaving ends, sewing seams, blocking, backing, and lining. Put this knowledge to work on a multicolored Big Needle Garter Stitch Rug, Knit and Purl Oval Rug, Thunderbird Wall Tapestry, and others. Every rug is beautifully photographed in a home setting, and includes patterns and ideas for modifying the design. The author lives in Longmont, CO.

Let's Knit

Author: Dorling Kindersley Publishing Staff

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780241197233

Category:

Page: 64

View: 5631

10 easy peasy knitting projects for kids from cool animals to beautiful bracelets and bags Your child will learn how to knit in no time with Let's Knit. From holding needles and knitting patterns to knitting stitches, Let's Knit teaches your child how to create their very own collection of cuddly creatures including cute kittens, beastly bats or soft sheep. Let's Knit isperfect for kids wishing to pick up a new, enjoyable hobby and parents looking for a way to get children into craft-making. Simple instructions and knitting patterns are easy-to-follow; the hard part is choosing which creature you want to make first!

How to Knit

Author: Debbie Bliss

Publisher: Trafalgar Square

ISBN: 9781570761454

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 160

View: 8881

Leading knitwear designer Debbie Bliss returns with a complete course in knitting, taking you lesson by lesson through all the techniques and stitches. The book features 15 specially designed projects to practice new skills, and extensive stitch library, and 350 colour photographs and illustrations, plus charts.

Loom Knitting Socks

A Beginner's Guide to Knitting Socks on a Loom with Over 50 Fun Projects

Author: Isela Phelps

Publisher: Macmillan

ISBN: 0312589980

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 144

View: 3973

Reveals everything you need to know to loom knit socks. There are 50 projects for no-needle knitting---from colorful baby booties to beaded sophisticated numbers. All the basics are covered in the comprehensive illustrated introductory chapter, so anyone, even a beginning loomer, is able to follow along.

Complete Knitting Skills

Author: Debbie Tomkies

Publisher: Barrons Educational Series Incorporated

ISBN: 9781438001715

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 256

View: 7350

An illustrated manual offering basic knitting skills as well as links to online knitting tutorials.

Dress-to-Impress Knitted Scarves

24 Extraordinary Designs for Cowls, Kerchiefs, Infinity Loops & More

Author: Pam Powers

Publisher: Stackpole Books

ISBN: 0811713288

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 144

View: 9307

This designer collection contains signature designs for ascots, cowls, and other scarves that will make the perfect fashion statement no matter the occasion. • One-of-a-kind designs that derive their inspiration from sources as diverse as cowboy bandanas and vintage lace petticoats, worked up in a range of textured and colorwork stitches and fibers • Photos include ideas for different ways the scarves can be worn • Collection includes a stitch/technique photo tutorial section

Simple Knits for Little Cherubs

Author: Erika Knight

Publisher: Anova Books

ISBN: 9781843404774

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 127

View: 4908

Erika's Knights's ever popular 'Simple Knits for Little Cherubs' is now available in a newly formatted size. The hallmark of Erika's designs are that they are not only true classics, that will become the hand-me-downs of the future, but that they are simple enough for a beginner to knit successfully. Attention to detail is another feature of Erika's patterns, along with beautifully soft natural yarns. Her clothes are all comfortable and extremely wearable – no scratchy necklines, tight sleeves or itchy collars. In addition to a classic range of clothing, from sweaters and cardigans to hats and socks, 'Simple Knits for Little Cherubs includes' a range of knitted accessories just right for the pre-school child, from cuddly toys to a doll's blanket. Erika Knight is fast establishing a reputation as one of the most coveted knitwear designers of the time. Her first book, published in 2000, has reprinted and been sold in five languages. Previous ISBN: 9781843400189 Other titles in the series include 'Simple Knits for Cherished Babies' (ISBN 9781855859265), also being reissued in this new and exciting format.

Special Knits

Author: Debbie Bliss

Publisher: Franz Steiner Verlag

ISBN: 9781843403920

Category: Infants' clothing

Page: 128

View: 5594

The birth of a baby is a celebration, and Special Knits is based on our need to create lovingly-made items for new little people, in soft yarns that are gentle against delicate skin. Each stitch is invested with affection and care by the knitter. Some of the designs in this book are simple to make - their special quality lies in the softness of the fabric, usually a cashmere mix. There are other projects where the uniqueness of the design comes from a scattering of beads, a velvet bow, or an organza ribbon that frames the gentle curve of a baby’s cheek. Most of the designs require little knowledge of complicated techniques; a simple garter-stitch blanket is perfect for a beginner and is given a touch of luxury with an edging of satin. Easy knits are embellished with a ribbon or a scattering of beads, while for those knitters who prefer more of a challenge, there is a sampler blanket or a cross-stitch embroidered gingham cardigan. What better gift for a new-born than to create a special hand-knitted and unique garment. In an age of the throwaway, these are garments that will become the modern classic, knits to cherish and hand down through generations.

More Monster Knits for Little Monsters

20 Super-Cute Animal-Themed Hat and Mitten Sets to Knit

Author: Nuriya Khegay

Publisher: Macmillan

ISBN: 1250053528

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 144

View: 1342

An expert knitter and handicrafter offers instructions for making 20 different charming, animal-themed hat and mitten sets for children, including adorable bears, zebras, lambs, turkeys cats and dogs and fairytale creatures like gnomes and dragons. Original.

Simply Baby

20 Adorable Knits for Baby's First Two Years

Author: Debbie Bliss

Publisher: Trafalgar Square Books

ISBN: 9781570763342

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 144

View: 4889

Debbie Bliss presents 20 adorable new designs for babies and toddlers--from blankets and booties to cardigans, twin sets, and coats--all using soft, snuggly yarns.