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A terrific value! Find each technique presented with step-by-step written instructions, clear how-to-illustrations, and a photo of the finished edge. Learn the advantages and disadvantages of each method, including suggestions for when to use it. Discover workhorse and specialty cast ons and bind offs for colorwork, cuffs, ruffles, fringe, lace buttonholes and more. There are dozens of different methods.
In fact, according to Cap Sease, the brilliant mind behind this collection, there are of them. Maybe you looked at this book when it first came out in hardcover and thought, "That looks really interesting, but Hardcover books can be expensive, after all, and heavy to lug about in a knitting bag. About The Author. She does start out with a few charts. First to list the types of cast ons, then the bind offs.
Then she lists the the pairs that go together to give you matching edges. I thought that would be a particularly helpful list for future projects. From the lists, she jumps right into how to do each of the cast ons and then each of the bind offs.
Cast On, Bind Off: Ways to Begin and End Your Knitting [Cap Sease] on etagageltic.ml *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In one extraordinary book, have. Editorial Reviews. Review. Cast On, Bind Off has ways to begin and end your knitting, written by Cap Sease. Cap has arranged the + cast on and 80+ .
She has them broken down into categories, such as those that start from a slip knot, long tail, and such. She shares the advantages and disadvantages of each and has very clear illustrations showing how each is done. I found this book on Amazon at a reasonable price and downloaded it immediately.
I skimmed through it looking for my stretchy bind off and finished my project. Then I went back and read through the whole book.
I was so excited about bind offs when I finished. I want to try some of the fancier ones sometime. I highly recommend this book whether you are a beginning knitter or an expert knitter.
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Her love of using her hands led to a career in conservation, and she has extensive experience as a conservator on archaelogical excavations. Patrick deWitt. Find each technique presented with step-by-step written instructions, clear how-to-illustrations, and a photo of the finished edge. Marie Brennan. She is also a designer for the Green Mountain Spinnery and has taught workshops on various techniques. Knitting Rules! The index also seems to be quite thorough.
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