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  • Publisher: Search Press
  • Edition: BC Paperback
  • Publication: 15 October 2015
  • ISBN 13/EAN: 9781782213543
  • Stock: 12 in stock
  • Size: 198x272 mm
  • Illustrations: 0
  • Pages: 80
  • RRP: £8.99
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One-Piece Knits


25 seamless patterns knitted in the round hats, bags, scarves, sweaters, mittens and more by Tine Tara

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Book Description

Why knit in the round? Circular needles and doublepointed needles allow you to knit an huge variety of patterns including scarves, cowls, shawls, gloves, mittens, hats, caps, bags, sweaters, cardigans and so much more with no assembly required!

Designs for knitting in the round can be made in a single piece decorative patterns won't be interrupted by seams and it's easy to check your increases, decreases and sizing.

Includes a techniques section specifically for newcomers to knitting in the round. Beginners can master circular needles in no time, and experienced knitters have 25 delightfully seamless designs to try.

- Circular needles are easier to knit on as you are always looking at the right side of your knitting
- They can hold many more stitches than straight needles
- Easier to use in crowded spaces such as buses or trains
- When knitting in the round, you use

About the Author

About Tine Tara

Tine Tara has created a French design brand which is known for simple and sumptuous knits and for encouraging the development of knitting clubs throughout France.


Spring 2016

To get you started, if you haven't knitted in the round before, the book starts with 'Techniques' setting out what you need in terms of equipment and yarn, general principles, casting on, knitting and binding off. Increases and decreases, charts and knitting and i-cord are all covered. A section about 'Patterned shapes knit in the round' gives you the pattern instructions for knitting these from the centre outwards: square, pentagon, octagon, circle. You could use these instructions for the basis of your own designs. The techniques section concludes with basic instructions for knitting gloves in the round with the variations needed for fingerless gloves and mittens. Patterns commence strangely, with a triangular scarf knitted back and forth on a singular circular needle. This is a pattern a fairly new knitter might use to practice increases. The following patterns require more skills but they build up gradually. I approach single technique pattern books with caution as some have dissapointed me in the past, but this book is packed with stylish projects for items I would be happy to knit and wear, and I believe many other knitters will like them too: the book was certainly admire when I took it along to a spinning group meeting.

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