Join the domino craze with Knit to Be Square! Vivian Hoxbro shows you how to combine modular squares into blocks of varying sizes that become the base for a variety of eye-catching two- and three-dimensional projects. Combine these geometric patterns with felting and you get gorgeous results! Knit to Be Square includes: Easy-to-Knit patterns for hats, bags, scarves, pillows, slippers, capelets, afghans, and more Quick-to-knit patterns made of small squares that take relatively few stitches to finish Ideal patterns for using up your stash Easy washing machine felting tips for wool Plus! An impressively sized afghan shows you how mitered squares can be used to get a patchwork effect similar to traditional quilts And more! But be prepared - this is an addictive form of knitting! One square leads to another, which leads to another, which leads to another...[techniques] incomplete ares and blocks (page 110) reading cha (page 10) weave in tails as you knit (page 12) see Glossary (page 133) for abbreviations and highlighted terms [notes] 0 Work the incomplete ares, bands, and tabs in garter stitch in numerical order and in e colors specified ... Download this diagram as a PDF.
|Title||:||Knit to be Square|
|Publisher||:||Betterway Books - 2013-03-25|