The Knitter's Book of Finishing Techniques (SPI)

The Knitter's Book of Finishing Techniques (SPI)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 128 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9781564774521
  • DDC分類 746.432

Full Description


Knitted one too many sweaters that scream "homemade"? Help is here! Finishing techniques are the key to turning out professional-looking projects. This comprehensive reference gives you the know-how you need to get gorgeous, polished results every time.

Table of Contents

Introduction                                       7  (1)
Nancie's Finsihing Secrets 8 (1)
Cast Ons 9 (17)
Long Tail Cast On 10 (2)
Knitted-On Cast On 12 (2)
Cable Cast On 14 (2)
Picot Cast On 16 (2)
Chained Cast On 18 (2)
Tubular Cast On 20 (4)
Provisional Cast On 24 (2)
Increases 26 (8)
Knit in Front and Back of a Stitch or Bar 27 (3)
Increase
Make One Increase (M1) 30 (2)
Raised Increase 32 (2)
Decreases 34 (9)
Knit Two Together (K2tog) and Purl Two 35 (2)
Together (P2tog)
Slip, Slip, Knit (SSK) and Slip, Slip, Purl 37 (2)
(SSP)
Central Chain Decrease (CCD) 39 (2)
Double Central Decrease (Sl 1, K2tog, PSSO) 41 (2)
Selvages 43 (6)
Slip Stitch at Beginning of Every Row 44 (2)
Garter Stitch Selvages with Stockinette 46 (2)
Stitch
Double Seed Stitch Selvage 48 (1)
Bind Offs 49 (11)
Traditional Bind Off 50 (2)
Knit Two Together Bind Off 52 (2)
Grafting or Kitchener Stitch Bind Off 54 (2)
Two and Three Stitch I-Cord Bind Off, Also 56 (2)
Known as Applied I-Cord
Picot Bind Off 58 (2)
Seams 60 (26)
Starting Yarn for Seaming at Cast-On Edge 61 (1)
Starting a New Piece of Yarn with Seaming 62 (1)
in Progress
Woven Seams 63 (5)
Garter Stitch Seams 68 (2)
Woven Shoulder Seams 70 (2)
Short-Row Shaping in Preparation for 72 (3)
Three-Needle Bind Off
Three-Needle Bind Off for Shoulders 75 (2)
Kitchener Stitch Seams 77 (3)
Grafting Live Stitches to Cast-On or 80 (1)
Bound-Off Stitches
Patch Pocket Seams 81 (2)
Inset Pocket Seams 83 (3)
Picking Up Stitches 86 (5)
To Work 88 (1)
Picking Up Stitches on a Bound-Off Edge 88 (1)
Picking Up Stitches on an Edge with Rows of 89 (1)
Knitting
Picking Up Stitches on an Edge with 89 (2)
Decreases
Borders, Bands, and Finishes 91 (20)
Hems 92 (2)
Folded or Hemmed Neckbands 94 (2)
Knitted-On Button Bands 96 (2)
Sewn-On Button Bands 98 (2)
Zippers 100(2)
Attached I-Cord 102(2)
Slip Stitch Crochet 104(2)
Single Crochet 106(2)
Reverse Single Crochet or Crab Stitch 108(3)
Buttonholes 111(17)
Two-Row Buttonhole (Horizontal) 112(2)
One-Row Buttonhole (Horizontal) 114(4)
Yarn-Over Buttonhole 118(2)
I-Cord-Loop Buttonhole 120(2)
Crochet-Loop Buttonholes 122(2)
Buttonhole Worked in Crochet Border 124(1)
Vertical Buttonhole 125(1)
Buttonhole Stitch to Finish Buttonholes 126(2)
Odds and Ends 128(10)
Joining New Yarn with Knitting in Progress 129(1)
Weaving In Ends 130(1)
Reinforcing Shoulders 131(1)
Knitted Shoulder Pads 132(1)
Flat Knitting Versus Circular Knitting 133(1)
Blocking 134(2)
Sweater and Yarn Storage 136(2)
Worksheet I 138(2)
Planning Your Knitting and Finishing
Worksheet II 140(3)
Determining Increase, Decrease, and
Buttonhole Placement
Resources 143(1)
Bibliography 143(1)
About the Author 144