Cast on, Bind Off

Cast on, Bind Off : 54 Step-by-step Methods

By (author) Leslie Ann Bestor


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The first complete step-by-step photographic guide and an essential reference for knitters of all styles and techniques, presented in an easy-reference, take-along format. A compilation of all the techniques for beginning and ending knitting projects, it offers a welcome surprise to many knitters who are not aware of the breadth of possibilities. Choosing the right cast on or bind off to fit the chosen yarn and stitch technique will add to the appeal of the finished knitting project.

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  • Paperback | 216 pages
  • 140 x 178 x 20.32mm | 385.55g
  • 19 Jun 2012
  • Storey Publishing LLC
  • North Adams
  • English
  • full colour photographs & illustrations throughout
  • 1603427244
  • 9781603427241
  • 8,841

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Step-by-step instructions and accompanying close-up photographs are the perfect format for this go-to guide. You ll be amazed at what you ve been missing! "

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Elegant Edges for All Your Knitting ProjectsIf you're still using the cast-on and bind-off methods you learned when you began knitting, it's time to explore new possibilities! Leslie Ann Bestor's creative edges are just what you need to begin and end every project with flair.Choose from among 33 cast ons and 21 bind offs to give your next project the perfect edge.

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Customer reviews


Nicely organised, spiral bound (so lies flat by itself - no putting heavy things on the corners), a short list of pro's and con's and all the major players in the cast on and bind off world are covered. There are also some more unusual ones including ones specifically for colour work and 'fancy' hems. A resource I use freqently to add polish to knitted items and add a 'twist' for knitter friends' more
by Tuesday

Excellent quick reference guide

Great book when you want to quckly look at the technique of either Cast on or Bind off. Have referred to it many times, & photos are quite detailed. Each technique highlights the pros & cons, & which time to use such a technique. I also like the spiral bound cover, lies flat when you're hands are already occupied. There is a index on the front cover for the Cast On, & an index on the back cover for the Bind offs, so is quite easy & quick to navigate! Highly recommendshow more
by Julia Oberhardt