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A new edition of one of the top knitting primers on themarket

Teach Yourself VISUALLY Knitting has been one of the topknitting primers on the market since its publication five yearsago. Now, updated with brand-new patterns, even more helpfulphotos, and expanded coverage of knitting techniques, TeachYourself VISUALLY Knitting, 2nd Edition, is the go-to knittingbook for crafters who learn faster by seeing and doing than bywading through tedious instruction books.

You'll get visual guidance on the basic knit and purl stitchesand advance to bobbles, cables, lace, and fancy color work. Photoby photo and stitch by stitch, you'll learn how to knit socks,hats, mittens, sweaters, and more.

Concise two-page lessons show you all the steps to a skill andare ideal for quick review Detailed color photos demonstrate each step, and helpful tipsprovide additional guidance Other titles by Turner: Knitting VISUAL Quick Tips andTeach Yourself VISUALLY Knitting Design

Packed with step-by-step instructions and fun, innovativepatterns, Teach Yourself VISUALLY Knitting, 2nd Edition,will have you creating masterpieces in no time!

Published: Wiley on
ISBN: 9781118153352
List price: $24.99
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