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Knitting Sweaters from the Top Down: Fabulous Seamless Patterns to Suit Your Style

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Sweaters are the ultimate showcase for knitters—but most patterns require tricky and complicated piecing. These don’t…and they look fantastic, too! The seamless, top-down knitting method eliminates challenging construction, allowing knitters to focus on the individual details that make each sweater special. Not only does this guide thoroughly explain how the technique work ...more
Hardcover, 128 pages
Published March 1st 2007 by Lark Books
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Very interesting concept....
Nov 25, 2007 Jessica rated it 1 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: no one!
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Ew. Even the models look grouchy -- they know they are being forced to wear the most fugly sweaters ever knitted. It could be that the patterns are well-written, but I wouldn't know because I couldn't get past the hideousness. Bad 80s sweaters, but I think the book was published semi-recently.
Good resource for reading and understanding top-down patterns. Chapter on designing your own sweater with top down math and how to determine yardage. Includes 40 sweater projects for bulky, chunky, heavy worsted, and dk weight yarn.
An inspirational book for a novice knitter like me who wants to avoid sewing a lot of pieces together at the end of a project. I have already tackled two of the sweaters and they are fairly simple.
Very clunky projects, wouldn't make or wear any of them.
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