More than 35 projects for the entire family, featuring simple shapes, minimal finishing, and a technique which features one simple action, working into the stitch one row below the stitch on the needle, with a knit or a purl.
Xrx Books (2008), 147 pages
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This book offers a fun and simple way to create many intriguing color effects by using a stitch called "k1b" (knit 1 below). This technique requires the knitting or purling into the stitch one row below the stitch on the needle. Many interesting and varied color effects can be created and both sides of the fabric look good. A variety of patterns at different skill levels, most with minimal finishing.