Japanese Knitting Stitch Bible: 260 Exquisite Patterns

by Hitomi Shida

Other authorsGayle Roehm (Translator)
Paperback, 2017

Status

Checked out

Barcode

972

Description

Art. Crafts. Nonfiction. HTML:In the Japanese Knitting Stitch Bible knitting guru Hitomi Shida shares some of her favorite needlework patterns. Shida's strikingly original designs and variations on every imaginable classic stitch result in intricate patterns that form the basis for beautiful and unique knitted fashions. This is the perfect book for the experienced knitter who is looking for new stitches that yield spectacular results! This Japanese knitting book features a wide range of rewarding and intricate stitches including: cables popcorn stitches twisted stitches edgings and many more... A set of detailed, step-by-step diagrams show you how to execute all the basic stitches. Instructions and diagrams for a series of small projects offer practice working with large patterns, lacy patterns, pattern arrangement and round yokes among other things. The knitting projects include: A classic hat made using large patterns An elegant scarf in lacy patterns The ever-popular fingerless mittens Thick socks that can be made using various patterns A feminine collar using round stitching And much more! Japanese Knitting Stitch Bible represents a whole new adventure for knitters and is sure to become a valued reference for beginning knitters and experts alike. .… (more)

Publication

Tuttle Publishing (2017), 160 pages

Language

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ISBN

4805314532 / 9784805314531

User reviews

LibraryThing member ashleytylerjohn
Not really a reading book, it's a collection of stitches. I read the introduction, scanned the stitch patterns, and have worked my way through a particular example. This is going to be a great resource--the patterns are gorgeous, and doable, despite the initial OMG that most of us would feel when
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we see them for the first time!

P.S. If you ever have a chance to take a class with Gayle (the translator/introducer) do it, she's wonderful, very good at explaining carefully how to interpret Japanese patterns.

(Note: 5 stars = amazing, wonderful, 4 = very good book, 3 = decent read, 2 = disappointing, 1 = awful, just awful. I'm fairly good at picking for myself so end up with a lot of 4s).
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Original language

English

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