Vogue® Knitting on the Go! Beginner Basics
By mastering one skill at a time, you will build your repertoire and confidence and work your way up to more challenging projects. Practice the various techniques on easy-to-make scarves, hats, sweaters, baby booties, blankets and other accessories. Full-color photographs illustrate every project, and detailed information about tools, supplies, and stitches start you on yo...more
Hardcover, 112 pages
Published September 1st 2003 by Sixth&Spring Books
(first published 2003)
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The diagrams are well done and there is an excellent explanation of blocking. My biggest issue with this book is that it claims to be aimed at beginners but the patterns are not written as simply as they could be; in one pattern it says to decrease your 60 stitches three times. Shouldn't that be something like - k10, k2tog, k20, k2tog, k20, k2tog, k10? One of the skills of knitting that most people need to be guided through is the math.