Annetarsia Knits: A New Link to Intarsia

The book gives extensive instruction on technique, tools to make it easier, and intuitive ways to deal with problems that may occur.
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Annetarsia Knits gives knitters a fresh insight into the Intarsia technique.

Knitters can forget about all the annoyances and struggles that come with using the intarsia technique. The book gives extensive instruction on technique, tools to make it easier, and intuitive ways to deal with problems that may occur. From these basic learning blocks, you can move on to master all the projects that come along with the book. These projects are accompanied by photographs to illustrate step by step instructions for comprehensive and easy-to-follow tutorials.
Workshop Projects included:

  • “In the Kitchen”
  • “In the Loo”
  • “Yarn gauge”

Other Projects included:

  • Kelly Sweaters
  • Coastal Pillows
  • Rose City Hat
  • Sandy Hook Shawl
  • Seneca Maples Shawl
  • Sunriver Scarf
  • Timberline Cap and Mitts
  • Blue Moon Shawl
  • Dizzy Scarf
  • Columbia Skirt
  • Oaks Park Socks
  • Multnomah Coat
  • Astoria Socks
  • Tawanka Shawl
  • Columbia Top
  • Paper Dolls Shawl

About the author:
Anne Berk was certified by the Knitting Guild of America as a Master Knitter in 2003. Anne has been a knitting instructor since 1998, and she especially enjoys teaching about techniques that improve the quality and appearance of handknits. Anne has designed for ShibuiKnits and Simply Shetland, and taught "Argyle Socks" at Sock Summit 2009. She is also an optometrist in private practice in Portland.

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SKU S8702
Author/Speaker/Editor Anne Berk
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Number Of Pages 224
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ISBN 13 9780989463805
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Product Type Hardcover
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