How to Graft Your Knitting Invisibly: Taking Kitchener Stitch to the Next Level eBook
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How to Graft Your Knitting Invisibly: Taking Kitchener Stitch to the Next Level
Learn simple to complex grafting tips and techniques from Interweave's Senior Project Editor Joni Coniglio with this easy-to-download eBook.
With 50+ pages of all-new content, plus three original knitting patterns, this eBook is the ultimate guide for grafting. Joni walks you through the structure of grafted stitches and explains her unique charting system for grafting. She shows you how to create decreases, yarnovers, twisted stitches and cables using a tapestry needle and grafting yarn. Finally, she provides three all-new accessory patterns that utilize invisible grafting to utmost effect.
With this eBook, you'll master:
The chapters in the eBook move from grafting simple patterns like stockinette stitch and garter stitch to more complex patterns like ribbing and lace. Because each chapter builds on skills learned in preceding chapters, you’ll have made the transition from novice to expert grafter before you even realize it with Joni's six chapters on grafting how-to.
PLUS! Also included in this eBook are instructions for three grafted lace projects; a cable and lace cowl and a hat with a lace brim that both begin with a provisional cast-on and are then grafted; and a lace stole worked from the ends to the middle in a lace-weight yarn and grafted top-to-top.
Download this eBook today for your guide to grafting!
Joni Coniglio is senior project editor for Interweave Knits, Knitscene, Sockupied, and other Interweave publications. She has worked in the knitting publishing industry for almost 30 years and enjoys studying all things technical. When not knitting, Joni enjoys exploring the outdoors with her husband near her home in Northern Colorado.
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- a valuable tool
- Very clear information, equally suited to a beginner or an advanced knitter as the instructions start at the beginning with basic knitting and progresses to more advanced work (Posted on 10/29/2015)
- New techniques
- I loved all the grafting possibilities shown in this book, many of which were completely new to me. I'm sure I'll be referring to it very often. (Posted on 4/15/2015)
- Learning new techniques
it is always important to learn new techniques and improve you knitting abilities.
I'm looking forward to using these new ones on lace and wish I had had them to use on my last sweater where I had cables in the front panels and used the Kitchener stitch to join the shoulder seams. (Posted on 4/7/2015)
- Well done
- Had no idea there were so many ways to graph pieces together. Will be referring to this often I'm sure. (Posted on 3/15/2015)