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Sequence Knittng

TT
820
.P38
C36
2015

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Sequence Knittng : simple methods for creating complex fabrics

Campochiaro, Cecelia.

Sunnyvale, CA : Chroma Opaci Books, c2015.

ill. (some col.) ; 27.5 x 26. 377 p. :.

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Every knitter, whether a beginner or an expert, wants easy projects for travel, gifts or those times when following a complex pattern is impractical. Sequence Knitting introduces a radical and simple approach for creating amazing fabrics by working a sequence of stitches over and over again. Beginning with 1-row patterns, the book delves into the possibilities of this technique, expanding into methods for creating complex designs that can be worked back and forth, in the round, or in shapes like triangles. The book includes stitch dictionaries with over 190 fabrics, many of which are new and reversible, as well as over 40 patterns for simple and elegant accessories. This groundbreaking book is sure to become a classic must-have for every knitter s reference library.

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ISBN:

978-0-9863381-0-6

Author:

Campochiaro, Cecelia.

Title:

Sequence Knittng : simple methods for creating complex fabrics / by Cecelia Campochiaro.

Publisher:

Sunnyvale, CA : Chroma Opaci Books, c2015.

Physical:

ill. (some col.) ; 27.5 x 26. 377 p. :.

Summary:

Every knitter, whether a beginner or an expert, wants easy projects for travel, gifts or those times when following a complex pattern is impractical. Sequence Knitting introduces a radical and simple approach for creating amazing fabrics by working a sequence of stitches over and over again. Beginning with 1-row patterns, the book delves into the possibilities of this technique, expanding into methods for creating complex designs that can be worked back and forth, in the round, or in shapes like triangles. The book includes stitch dictionaries with over 190 fabrics, many of which are new and reversible, as well as over 40 patterns for simple and elegant accessories. This groundbreaking book is sure to become a classic must-have for every knitter s reference library.

Subject:

Knitting--Small projects.

Subject:

Sequence knitting--Complex fabrics.

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    $c Statement of responsibility  by Cecelia Campochiaro.
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300 Physical Desc   $b Other physical details  ill. (some col.) ;
    $c Dimensions  27.5 x 26.
    $a Extent  377 p. :.
520 Summary   $a Summary, etc. note  Every knitter, whether a beginner or an expert, wants easy projects for travel, gifts or those times when following a complex pattern is impractical. Sequence Knitting introduces a radical and simple approach for creating amazing fabrics by working a sequence of stitches over and over again. Beginning with 1-row patterns, the book delves into the possibilities of this technique, expanding into methods for creating complex designs that can be worked back and forth, in the round, or in shapes like triangles. The book includes stitch dictionaries with over 190 fabrics, many of which are new and reversible, as well as over 40 patterns for simple and elegant accessories. This groundbreaking book is sure to become a classic must-have for every knitter s reference library.
541 Acq Source Note   $a Source of acquisition  MN Knitter's Guild.
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    $x General subdivision  Small projects.
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    $9 Cost  $60.00
    $h Classification part  TT 820 .P38 C36 2015

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