Author: Bristol Ivy
Pom Pom Press, 2017
194 pages, 23 x 25 cm
The more I read, the more I leaf through this book, the more I learn about the tricks and ways of constructing knitted fabrics. Bristol Ivy teaches us to analyse the patterns, stitches and techniques we are used to and explains their intrinsic characteristics, so that we can free ourselves from the patterns and adapt them as we wish. It is fascinating!
The book is divided into three parts:
- how to create patterns
- how to achieve these individualised patterns (analysis of shortened rows, increases and decreases, characteristics of different knitting stitches)
Of course, all this theory is supplemented by some fifteen very refined patterns.
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