Knit Edgings & Trims: 150 Stitches

Knit Edgings & Trims: 150 Stitches

Paperback The Harmony Guides

By (author) Kate Haxell

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  • Publisher: COLLINS & BROWN
  • Format: Paperback | 144 pages
  • Dimensions: 216mm x 216mm x 13mm | 493g
  • Publication date: 7 September 2009
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 1843405245
  • ISBN 13: 9781843405245
  • Illustrations note: 160 colour photographs and illustrations
  • Sales rank: 161,227

Product description

* More than 150 stitches beautifully photographed in the latest yarns * Ideal for beginner and seasoned knitters * Basic techniques included and tips featured throughout Featuring an inspirational collection of stitches, this book offers 150 swatches that will add stunning detail and finish to any knitted garment. Transform an existing jumper with a beautiful lacy border or fancy frilled finish. Or pep up a cardigan design with a pretty picot edge. Each stitch features a full-colour photograph with clear and concise pattern instructions and charts. The striking patterns will keep knitters of every level busy experimenting with different types of ties, loops, knots, braids, twists, bobbles and more. Other books in the series include: Knit & Purl, Lace & Eyelets, Cables & Arans, Crochet Stitch Motifs, Basic Crochet Stitches, 101 Stitches to Knit, 101 Stitches to Crochet, Colourwork Stitches and Crochet Edgings & Trims.

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The Harmony Guides have been longstanding references for more than thirty years, with over half a million worldwide sales. Fully revised and updated with eye-catching photography and innovative new stitches, these really will be the only reference titles on your bookshelves. Kate Haxell was taught to knit by her grandmother, but only discovered she was holding the needles wrongly twenty years later. Since then she has worked with several knitters and learned many new skills.