1 edition of Colorwork stitches found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Susie Johns|
|Contributions||Brant, Sharon, Interveave Press LLC|
|LC Classifications||TT820 .C715 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||271 p. :|
|Number of Pages||271|
|LC Control Number||2010279468|
Tunisian crochet will always be much thicker, and of course, heavier. What is accomplished in one row of knitting requires a forward and return pass in Tunisian crochet.” Learning Fair Isle Tunisian Crochet. This crochet book is not just a set of crochet patterns; it is also a guide to learning the technique of Fair Isle Tunisian crochet. Get this from a library! Mosaic & lace knits: 20 innovative patterns combining slip-stitch colorwork and lace techniques. [Barbara Benson] -- Barbara Benson has been experimenting with the fusion of mosaic knitting and lace stitches over the past few years and has created this collection of 20 shawls, cowls, scarves, hats, and other.
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Amazing Loom Knits: Cables, colorwork, lace and other stitches * 30 scarves, hats, mittens, bags and shawls * Plus all the basics Paperback – August 1, #N#Nicole F. Cox (Author) › Visit Amazon's Nicole F.
Cox Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and /5(18). Wow, got this fast. The book was in excellent condition too.
I was a little disappointed in the fact that there weren't any breakdown of types of colorwork, for example; Mosaic knitting, fair isle stitches and so on/5(12). Intarsia is just one (very fun!) type of crochet colorwork. Do you know the other types.
Stripes: This is the first kind of colorwork most people learn. Each entire row or round is worked in one color, and color changes happen at the beginning of a new row or round. About the Book Author.
Mary Scott Huff, a nationally recognized knitting designer and teacher, is the author of The New Stranded Colorwork.A native of the Pacific Northwest, she shares a wee little house there with her husband, two children, some Scottish Terriers, and more yarn than is strictly necessary.
All the stitches in the book are knitted using this technique. The book also includes patterns for finished projects including sweaters, mittens and more. So if you’re bored with the same-old-same-old knitting stitch patterns, and you want to either make finished projects.
Redesigned and updated for the modern knitter, these longstanding references for handknitters offer clear, concise instructions for stitches that are perfect for the beginning knitter and excellent refreshers for those skilled in the craft.
Showcasing a jam-packed collection of classic and contemporary colorwork stitch patterns, designs, and Price Range: $ - $ “This book is a gem. So many possibilities. I knit a lot of baby blankets and these patterns are new inspiration.” ~Elizabeth “All stitches/patterns are shown and are super easy to follow.
I would recommend this book to all knitters, from beginners to advances. Great resource book.” ~Charcoal. Crochet Stitches: The Ultimate Crochet Stitch Bible. This book is divided into a few sections. There’s a section that teaches basic crochet stitches and gives some information about crocheting and how to hold the hook and yarn.
The second section covers more stitches and how to create different looks and textures. Get this from a library. Colorwork stitches: over designs to knit.
[Susie Johns; Sharon Brant; Interweave Press.;] -- This new version of the title "showcases a jam-packed collection of classic and contemporary colorwork stitch patterns, designs, and motifs. If you’re at all interested in loom knitting techniques, and you’d like to learn how to do more than the basic knitting stitches on the loom, there’s a brand new book you should definitely know about.
It’s called Amazing Loom Knits: Cables, colorwork, lace and other stitches * 30 scarves, hats, mittens, bags and shawls * Plus all the. Buy a cheap copy of The Harmony Guides: Colorwork Stitches: book by Sharon Brant. Redesigned and updated for the modern knitter, these longstanding references for handknitters offer clear, concise instructions for stitches that are perfect for Free shipping over $ Drei ganz neue Tücher werden exklusiv in "Colorwork Shawls" veröffentlicht.
Mairlynd loves color. The second book by Ravelry star Melanie Berg has arrived: the most beautiful color designs of the popular knit designer in one lovingly designed book. From slip stitches to mosaic patterns, surprising color combinations and all-time favorite hues 5/5(2).
Barbara Benson has been experimenting with the fusion of mosaic knitting and lace stitches over the past few years, and has created "Mosaic & Lace Knits: 20 Innovative Patterns Combining Slip-Stitch Colorwork and Lace Techniques", a truly impressive collection of 20 shawls, cowls, scarves, hats, and other : Stackpole Books.
Although slip-stitch textures worked in solid-color yarns are attractive and exciting, it is slip-stitch colorwork for which this technique is best known.
By using two or more colors and basic knitting skills, you can achieve stunning fabric that gives the impression of requiring much more advanced skills and time-consuming work than it really does.
Slip Knit Stitch Patterns Brick Stitch Knitting Pattern This vintage Brick Stitch Pattern is an easy stranded colorwork knitting piece that uses two yarn colors of your choice. Showcasing a jam-packed collection of classic and contemporary colorwork stitch patterns, designs, and motifsfrom simple stripes Redesigned and updated for the modern knitter, these longstanding references for handknitters offer clear, concise instructions for stitches that are perfect for the beginning knitter and excellent refreshers for /5.
L / Isadora: Lopapeysa inspired colorwork.R / November Mittens: Norwegian colorwork. COLORWORK KNITTING. Colorwork knitting is the umbrella term that covers all types of knitting with multiple colors in a single row or round to create a pattern. It varies greatly, and you may see large motifs, longer floats or repeats, small geometric patterning, elaborate shape with long repeats, or multiple Author: Kate Gagnon Osborn.
Oct 7, - Knitting stitches. See more ideas about Knitting stitches, Knitting and Knitting patterns pins. Mosaic knitting is a method of colorwork that involves two simple techniques — slipping stitches and changing colors between rows. Each color is used for two consecutive rows before switching; this is the "dominant" color for that row.
Stitches in each row that are not of the dominant color are simply slipped purlwise instead of being worked. Knitting Books From well-loved reference guides to exciting new pattern collections, we curate an inspiring roster of titles to choose from.
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A fairly comprehensive and fun collection of, like the title says, Knitting Stitches, sorted into eight categories: 1) Knit-purl stitches, 2) Crossed stitches and cables, 3) Slipped stitches, 4) Lacy stitches, 5) Double stitches, 6) Twisted stitches, 7) Cast-off stitches, and 8) Fancy stitches; the bulk of the book's content is spread /5.
- Explore mdivgirl's board "Colorwork knitting patterns", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Knitting patterns, Knitting and Knitting chartsK pins. Alterknit Stitch Dictionary includes original colorwork motifs and five new projects.
My earlier book, Rugged Knits includes a bunch of patterns with colorwork too: Gleaming Horizon, Boreal Toque, Woolen Explorer, Passing Glacier, and Hazy Cloud.
I know some knitters find it. Colorwork Stitches: Designs to Knit by Sharon Brant It’s hard, really, to write a review for a book of stitch patterns. This one, the latest in Interweave Press’s series, covers Colorwork–patterns that use two or more colors to make a design for your knitting.
After you’ve mastered the basic techniques for stranded color knitting, the real fun can begin. The world of colorwork knitting is filled with gorgeous displays of geometric designs, dazzling patterns, and impressive gradations.
Add style and flare to your wardrobe or create gifts your friends and family will cherish for years with these creative colorwork knitting patterns below.
For color patterns which involve 3 or more stitches of one color in a row, be sure to wrap the unused yarn in the back of the work.
Color work is easiest worked in the round, on circular needles or double point needles employing steeks where necessary to create openings for the armholes, neck and cardigan button/zipper bands.
Colorwork Shawls Mairlynd loves color. The second book by Ravelry star Melanie Berg has arrived: the most beautiful color designs of the popular knit designer in one lovingly designed book. From slip stitches to mosaic patterns, surprising color combinations and all-time favorite hues to popular gradient or speckled yarns – all Mairlynd fans.
Slip stitch knitting is such a beautiful method that creates a woven colorwork effect. It’s an easy but complex looking stitch, but even a novice knitter can handle it.
One of the best qualities of this stitch is that you work with just one color per row, no changing colors or stranding. When it comes to stranded colorwork, my skills are best described as “needs improvement.” But I’m in love with one way of knitting colorwork that doesn’t have me in a tangle: slip stitch knitting, that wonderfully simple technique using one yarn at a stitch patterns ask, “What would happen if you just slipped those stitches instead of changing colors?”.
Other Wonderfully Winter Colorwork Knitting. Here are some patterned knits you’re sure to be proud of as soon as you bind off. If you’re ready to kick things up a notch when it comes to your colorwork knitting designs, we’ve got just the patterns for you.
These intermediate knitting patterns are perfect for those chilly winter days to : Allfreeknitting. Knitting stranded colorwork patterns can result in a fabric that is eye-catchingly gorgeous.
Managing all the yarns, however, can be an incredible nightmare. While the front looks all nice and pretty, the inside can be such a mess. The key to keeping the wrong side relatively neat and orderly is.
A companion volume to Vogue Knitting: The Ultimate Knitting Book, this ultimate stitch dictionary compiles the best of the Vogue Knitting Stitchionary series into a single huge and comprehensive volume. More than stitches, including entirely new examples, encompass knit and purl textures, cables, lace, colorwork, edgings, and other.
Buy Colorwork Stitches: Over Designs to Knit (Harmony Guides) 1st by Johns, Susie (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. /5(9). Crochet stitches lean to the right (if you’re a right handed crocheter).
Therefore, colorwork design is difficult to achieve. But with knitting, the stitches stack on top of one another neatly and obediently. a mitten pattern book, but as knitted colorwork design inspiration.
This visual encyclopedia features step-by-step instructions for gorgeous crochet stitch patterns, from basic stitches to cables, lace, textured stitches, mesh and filet crochet, fans and shells, clusters, puffs, bobbles, spike stitches, colorwork, and more.
Each pattern is accompanied by a full-color photo and a chart/5(8). use the following search parameters to narrow your results: subreddit:subreddit find submissions in "subreddit" author:username find submissions by "username" site: find.
The book contains a section on stripes, slipped stitches, stranded colourwork, intarsia, double knitting, modular and entrelac. It teaches the proper way to read a colorwork chart, how to weave in ends in a way that they are properly hidden.
In addition to all new patterns, Julie has dedicated a section of the book to an in-depth guide to choosing the right patterns for your figure type with considerations for colorwork, textured stitches, and hemlines all working in concert to create the right silhouette for you.
Building in Color introduces you to essential colorwork knitting techniques one skill at a time, all while knitting a beautiful sampler blanket.
It contains 10 different colorwork techniques that you knit separately and seam together at the end. Each technique has both charted and written instructions and a special”Chart Sense” section to help you gain confidence in your skills. 2. Knit the Colorwork. Rounds Work Rows of the chart, repeating the chart 7 times across each round.
The chart should be worked from right to left and from bottom to top because when you knit, you create your fabric by working from right to left and from bottom to top.
Knitting Stitches: A Complete Dictionary of Essential Stitch Patterns. This comprehensive guide to knitting stitches is one of the larger collections out there. It contains eight different categories of knitting stitches. Big Book of Knitting Stitch Patterns. This collection of knitting stitches is the smallest on the list with less than This visual encyclopedia features step-by-step instructions for gorgeous crochet stitch patterns, from basic stitches to cables, lace, textured stitches, mesh and filet crochet, fans and shells, clusters, puffs, bobbles, spike stitches, colorwork, and more.
Each pattern is accompanied by a 5/5(2).Fair Isle knitting, also known as stranded colorwork knitting, is a technique for working two (or more) colors of yarn in the same row. It is fun to knit and easy once you get the hang of it. The color changes in Fair Isle are close together.
This allows you to carry the yarn you aren't knitting with across the back of the work as you go.