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Foundations of Double Knitting
Foundations of Double Knitting
Lucy Neatby
Double your knitting pleasure as author and designer Lucy Neatby teaches you a knitting technique you’ll want to duplicate again and again.
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Journey into exciting knitting territory with Alasdair Post-Quinn. He'll guide you through the basics of double-knitting and lead you all the way up to his more adventurous techniques.
Alasdair Post-Quinn
Alasdair Post-Quinn
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Bring luscious texture and stunning, reversible patterns to your knitting. Nancy Marchant, the Queen of Brioche, shows how to master this European stitch.
Nancy Marchant
Nancy Marchant
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One touch is all it takes to fall in love with reversible brioche fabric. Learn the basics of this textured technique as you knit three accessible brioche accessories.
Mercedes Tarasovich
Mercedes Tarasovich

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The difference between a pair of hand-knit socks and the ones from the store is sort of like the difference between cotton and cashmere. (No offense to cotton! Cashmere is just extra.) If you've ever put on a pair, you know that hand-knit equals exceptional warm and cozy foot happiness. So even if you're a beginner knitter, they're totally worth the effort.
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I-cord: no, it's not some accessory for your iPhone. In fact, it's a little bit of knitting magic. Sometimes, instead of a flat knitted fabric, your project calls for something more like a long, skinny rope. That’s where I-cord comes in. I-cord creates a long, curling, round project that, as the name suggests, looks like a cord.
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Foundations of Double Knitting