3 edition of The Art Of Knitting 1892 found in the catalog.
The Art Of Knitting 1892
by Piper Publishing LLC
Written in English
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The first book to introduce knitting as an art form, this classic guide has been newly revised and expanded to offer even more suggestions and inspiration. Mary Walker Phillips shows how to use traditional stitches in original ways to produce highly decorative creations rather than strictly functional items. Scores of examples demonstrate methods for taking basic knitting skills into new /5(2). Explore the art of needle-free knitting with the Leisure Arts-I Can't Believe I'm Loom Knitting book. This knitting book features the amazing art of using a knitting loom or wheel to make knitting much easier. It simply requires you to wrap the yarn around the pegs and lift the yarn loops with a pick-like tool.
This is a rare book, a coffee table book devoted to the art found in knitted items, items by fiber artists, knitting advertising through the decades, and images of beautiful yarns. That alone would have been sufficient, but in addition are the stories from and about the people connected to all this, the history, the anecdotes, and even the 4/5(10). Learn about the traditions and techniques of knitting in Lithuania past, present, and future. Plus find more than 25 mitten, glove, and sock projects to knit! NOTE: The hardcover Lithuanian Knitting: Continuing Traditions and the paperback The Art of Lithuanian Knitting are the same book. The paperback has a new foreword.
Shelves: knitting, reference, art-fag, bloggy This is a great book for inspiration, the photos are beautiful and the designs are unorthodox, but it's written for machine knitting and not so much for hand knitters/5(8). Bernadette Murphy writes about literature, women, risk taking, and life -- from motorcycles to knitting. She has published three books of narrative nonfiction (the bestselling Zen and the Art of Knitting, The Knitter’s Gift, and The Tao Gals’ Guide to Real Estate); her newest book, Look, Lean Roll: A Woman, A Motorcycle, and Plunging into /5(67).
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The Art Of Knitting is a Used Paperback available to purchase and shipped from Firefly Bookstore in Kutztown, PA. This was released by Piper Publishing LLC in January The digit ISBN is The digit ISBN is Internet Archive BookReader The Art of knitting.
The Art Of Knitting 1892 book Other books propose patterns to copy; this book uses basic patterns as points of departure, opening up endless possibilities for sophisticated knitting designs. The book is organized by fabric types: simple knits, jacquards, fine jersey knits, interlock, open-work, and many s: Ever since I discovered the book The Art of Knitting by the Butterick publishing company fromI’ve decided that I want to knit as many garment items as possible.
I wondered if I could create a whole Victorian outfit from knitting patterns of the time. To see the stockings I created feel free to watch the video I made about it here or down below. THE ART OF SLIP-STITCH KNITTING is another fine Interweave Press book that is worthy of a space on your technical knitting book reference shelf.
I always think of slip-stitch knitting as an easy way to add color to knitted fabric (e.g., the patterned sweater in the cover photo). However, this book takes the technique a step further, by Reviews: Here are the results of my Knitting Books and Magazines research for Knitting Books Inspire and Delight.
There are heaps of knitting books, covering knitting patterns, knitting help, knitting stitches, knitting techniques and tutorials. Most with stunning photography. The best knitting books can provide guidance on a project you are tackling.
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Knitting is a technique of producing fabric from a strand of yarn or weaving, knitting does not require a loom or other large equipment, making it a valuable technique for nomadic and non-agrarian peoples. The oldest knitted artifacts are socks from Egypt, dating from the 11th century CE.
They are a very fine gauge, done with complex colorwork and some. In addition to children's clothing and toys, the book also features patterns for counterpanes, spreads, doilies, mats, and other household articles.
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This book's strengths far outweigh any weaknesses. I recommend it for both the person wanting to begin FI knitting and the experienced FI knitter. Read more. 10 people found this s: An illustration of an open book.
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Comprehensive in scope and elegant in presentation, this classic 19th-century volume was the first complete how-to guide to knitting. In addition to basic knitting instructions and a dictionary of stitches, the book offers illustrated patterns for dozens of projects, including sweaters, scarves, hats, and other items for women, men, and children.
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by Butterick Publishing Co. Notes. Notes. Published in A selection of patterns from the book are available in an updated format for modern knitters. See the individual patterns for details. This book is out of print but freely available to download online.
Please do not mark it as out of print/offline. The Art Of Knitting Facsimile Reproduction Of The Original Edition From The Butterick Publishing Co. (Limited), London And New York. Piper Publishing. The Art of Knitting, first published inis an extensive guide to all aspects of Victorian knitting.
The Magazine of Art was an illustrated monthly British journal devoted to the visual arts, published from May to July in London and New York City by Cassell, Petter, Galpin & included reviews of exhibitions, articles about artists and all branches of the visual arts, as well as some poetry, and was lavishly illustrated by leading wood-engravers of the period such as William.
Books shelved as knitting-history: Knitting America: A Glorious Heritage from Warm Socks to High Art by Susan M. Strawn, No Idle Hands: The Social Histor. I was thinking the book would focus on a brief history of knitting and then give examples of historical turning points with respect to knitting and textiles.
What I got was a very detailed history of knitting and a lot of descriptions of many different stitches and their origins and what other stitches were influenced by them.4/5(33).Comprehensive in scope and elegant in presentation, this classic Victorian-era volume was the first complete how-to guide to knitting.
Originally published by Butterick, the company that later produced Vogue Knitting, it constitutes a fantastic historical document as well as an easy-to-follow guide for knitters at all levels of addition to basic knitting instructions and a.