Every knitter takes a different approach, and this revolutionary guide fosters experimentation and self-expression. Author Anna Zilboorg defies the notion of a one-size-fits-all teaching method, assuring readers that the techniques most comfortable and intuitive for individual knitters are always correct. Her explorations of the construction of knitted fabrics are founded upon the understanding that there are many different ways to produce the same satisfying result. Offering advice rather than rules, Knitting for Anarchists promises to broaden the horizons of active knitters and to encourage beginners. Patterns for sweaters, pullovers, and cardigans include helpful photos, charts, and directions that serve not only as guidelines but also as springboards for unlimited variations.A VERTICAL DOuBLE DECREASE is probably the most useful double decrease outside of lace patterns. To do it slip two stitches together as though you were going to make a right-slanting decrease. Knit the next stitch, then pass the pair of anbsp;...
|Title||:||Knitting for Anarchists|
|Publisher||:||Courier Dover Publications - 2015-01-05|