By Bunka Gakuen
This gorgeously illustrated sew consultant for knitting is as undying because the craft itself. The booklet provides the basic stitches for needlecraft in basic, easy-to-follow colour illustrations. The encyclopedic, dip-in, dip-out process is well-suited for newbies trying to construct a beginning of sew thoughts in addition to pro crafters who will love protecting those good-looking reference courses on their cabinets. Classically designed, the sew Encyclopedias (Crochet, Embroidery, and Knitting) make a memorable addition for crafters and visible beginners and will be loved separately or as a collection.
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Extra info for Stitch Encyclopedia: Knitting An Illustrated Guide to the Essential Knitting Stitches
2 1 Insert the needle through stitches 5 and 6 as shown (from the front). 6 3 2 2 7 6 5 4 1 Return to stitch 4, insert the needle from the back, skip stitches 5 and 6, and bring the needle out at the back of stitch 7. Repeat steps 3 to 5. Return to stitch 1, insert the needle from the front, and take it out from the back of stitch 3. 7 3’ 3 5 4 3 2 1 Return to stitch 2, insert the needle from the front, skip stitches 3 and 4 (purl-stitches), and bring the needle out at the front of stitch 5 (a knit-stitch).
Because the knitted stitches go in the opposite direction, work a half stitch at the edge. When the stitches on 1 piece have been bound off Take the yarn from the bottom piece and insert the needle into the stitch on the top piece. Go back to the bottom piece and insert the needle as shown by the arrow. 1 2 Begin with the yarn from the edge with the live stitches and take a half stitch on the bound-off edge, inserting the needle as shown by the arrow. Return to the stitch on the top piece, and insert the needle as shown by the arrow.
It produces a firm seam and prevents stretching, so it’s often used for joining sleeves at armholes. This method is also suitable for mohair and less stable, textured yarns. Stockinette stitch 1 Place the pieces with right-sides together. Insert the hook straight into the fabric of both pieces between the first and second stitches. 2 Yarn over and pull up a loop through both layers. Be careful that the chainstitch seam isn’t too tight! Single rib Use when both edges of the pieces have 1 knit-stitch.
Stitch Encyclopedia: Knitting An Illustrated Guide to the Essential Knitting Stitches by Bunka Gakuen