Hand Manipulated Stitches For Machine Knitters

Author: Susan Guagliumi
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ISBN: 9781439219805
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Hand-Manipulated Stitches for Machine Knitters is the ultimate guide to machine knitting techniques. Generically written, it opens doors to the creative possibilities of any knitting machine.

Hand Manipulated Stitches For Machine Knitters

Author: Susan Guagliumi
Publisher: Taunton
ISBN: 9780942391039
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"Back in Print! This edition is identical to the original, with corrections and a new cover." --This text refers to the Paperback edition. Show more Show less

More Hand Manipulated Stitches For Machine Knitters

Author: Susan Guagliumi
Publisher: Susan Gugliumi
ISBN: 9781449987718
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More Hand Manipulated Stitches, the long-awaited sequel to Hand Manipulated Stitches for Machine Knitters, explores and explains every facet of bridging stitches on a knitting machine. Through photographs and detailed, step-by-step directions, knitters will learn to control individual needles (or groups of needles) in a single row which allows: changing stitch size midrow, knitting extra rows on specific needles, or making incredible use of the free yarn to add special details and textures. Bridging offers the means to take full advantage of any knitting machine's capabilities. The book is equally divided between clear, concise technical explanations and practical patterns for projects that include sweaters, scarves, hats and purses.

Machine Knitting

Author: Injoo Kim
Publisher: Prentice Hall
ISBN: 9780130307408
Size: 26.62 MB
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The only beginners machine knitting book to use both text, pictures and CD video clips in such an effective, user-friendly format. This complete basic introduction to the fundamentals of knitting machine operation presents clear step-by-step instructions and diagrams for the methodology and principles used in machine knitting. Coverage ranges from individual techniques to the creation of entire garments, including creating fabric with original patterns, stitch designs and textures.An instructional reference tool for use by beginner machine knitters.

Creative Machine Knitting

Author: Ruth Lee
Publisher: Guild of Master Craftsman Publications Limited
ISBN: 9781861083111
Size: 70.98 MB
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Ray Gonzalez has an established reputation as one of Britain's leading woodcarvers, with thirty years of woodcarving experience, ranging from restoration and reproduction work, to involvement in the film and entertainment industry. His studies at Chard, Somerset, is particularly renowned for his spectacular carvings of the female form. years of experience and understanding of anatomy. The video demonstrates the carving process, which when mastered can lead the carver to approach perfection. templates and the sequence of band saw cutting required, and step-by-step close ups of the use of both mechanical and hand tools, this video should interest any woodcarver, amateur or professional.

Machine Knitting

Author: Susan Guagliumi
Publisher: B. T. Batsford Limited
ISBN: 9780713467857
Size: 46.19 MB
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In this comprehensive guide for machine knitters, the author provides information on all types of decorative hand-worked stitches, including twisted, wrapped, woven, lifted, rehung, transferred and cabled for single and double-bed work. A collection of patterns is also included.

Knitting Technology

Author: David J. Spencer
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 1483182231
Size: 10.15 MB
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Knitting Technology details the fundamental principles of knitting. The title tackles the topics that are relevant to the application of knitting technology in education, industry, or commerce. The coverage of the text includes flat, circular, full fashioned, hosiery, Raschel, tricot, and crochet production. The selection also discusses the historical development of the types of machines and their actions and mechanisms, as well as the construction, properties, and end uses of the products they manufacture. The book will be of great use to anyone involved in weft and warp knitting.

The Hand Book For Manual Machine Knitters

Author: Mary Oger
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781537755168
Size: 18.69 MB
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Detailed descriptions of techniques and methods for use on manual, non-patterning single bed knitting machines and frames. Cast-ons, cast-offs, increasing, decreasing, shortrow shaping, patterning, lace, tuck, slip fairisle...Examples of where, when and why to use and why not. Instructions and charts for many hand selected stitch patterns and bands, trims and edges all done on the knitting machine, no hand knitting or crochet skills required.

The Prolific Knitting Machine

Author: Catherine Cartwright-Jones
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780934026581
Size: 39.17 MB
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Teaches tricks for using a knitting machine to produce professional-looking and well-fitting garmets for all shapes and sizes