Knit One Below

Knit One Below

One Stitch, Many Fabrics

Book - 2008
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The bright idea behind this guide is to build an entire collection around one simple stitch that creates many intriguing effects. Shown in knitting instructions as "k1b" (knit 1 below), the technique involves knitting into the stitch one row below the stitch on the needle with either a knit or a purl stitch. The result is an easy-to-knit fabric with wonderful drape and flexibility that looks equally good on both sides. The color effects possible are also impressive: by alternating two or more colors, weights, or fibers, flattering vertical columns appear on one side of the fabric and a mottled pattern shows on the other. Making the most of this double-sided characteristic, the projects include afghans, scarves, bags, jackets with turned-back lapels, and hats with turned-up brims, all constructed from simple shapes and requiring minimal finishing. Several designs go beyond the basic stitch by adding cables, felting, and intarsia designs.

Publisher: Sioux Falls, S.D. : XRX ; Bath : Manning Partnership [distributor], 2008
ISBN: 9781933064130
1933064137
Branch Call Number: 746.43 Duvekot
746.43 Duvekot
Characteristics: xii, 147 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm

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