Domino Knitting (Knitting Technique series)

by Vivian Hoxbro

Paperback, 2002






Introducing an exciting new technique called domino knitting, this book teaches both beginners and experts the patterning technique that became a craze among Scandinavian knitters. Beginning with basic instructions and progressing to sophisticated projects, this guide shows how domino knitting allows for easy designing by allowing knitters to build squares on one another horizontally and vertically at will. Precise step-by-step instruction show how squares can be worked in a variety of stitches for multicolored effects. Included is a key to selecting the proper yarn for any project as well as care instructions for any creation.


Interweave (2002), Edition: 1St Edition, 96 pages

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LibraryThing member KatySilbs
Domino knitting creates knit diamond panes by decreasing in the middle of the work, pulling the straight rows of knitting into a diamond. Rather than sewing the panes together, each new diamond is cast on using the edge of another pane, already part of the growing garment. Because there are
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relatively few stitches, and thus weight, on the needles at any one time, this technique of knitting is less like to contribute to repetitive stress problems.

Hoxbro provides clear instructions, building from a very simple nine-diamond pot holder to ponchos and sweaters. The first diamond knitted uses only one color; subsequent diamonds incorporate more color.

Projects in the book include pot holders, shawls and scarves, pillow covers, table mats, coseys, caps, vests, and ponchos.

The book is well designed with both a table of contents and topical index. Most projects include written instructions, diagrams, and photos.
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LibraryThing member Annapuh
This book gives you all you need to know about "Domino-knitting".

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