Knitspeak: An A to Z Guide to the Language of Knitting Patterns

Knitspeak: An A to Z Guide to the Language of Knitting Patterns

Andrea Berman Price


Like a 24-hour support hotline, Knitspeak demystifies development language for knitters and provides them self belief to tackle new projects
The purely ebook of its style
Designed for fast reference and sized to slot in each knitting bag

Knitting could be a demanding craft, yet much more not easy than knitting itself is the cryptic language—a mixture of abbreviations, numbers, jargon, punctuation marks, and different symbols—in which styles tend to be written. It’s no ask yourself such a lot of newbies (and even a few whose talents are really complicated) are intimidated via the bewildering code—or that such a lot of yarn-shop proprietors develop annoyed by means of the quantity of time they need to spend interpreting styles for the uninitiated.

Enter Knitspeak, a knitter’s dictionary that disentangles the mysteries of trend language and interprets it into undeniable English, aiding knitters to simply transition from pressured to convinced. Andrea Berman Price’s crucial guide—written in a pleasant, reassuring tone and formatted for speedy reference—begins with an outline of ways knitting styles are prepared. It then deals a finished alphabetical directory of all of the abbreviations, phrases, words, and logos generally encountered in styles.

Knitspeak’s many easy-to-understand drawings make clear uncomplicated and not-so-basic needle strategies, and a sequence of sidebars bargains with concerns starting from maintaining a tally of simultaneous shaping to substituting yarns and studying a yarn label. The book’s appendix is stuffed with useful assistance, charts, and worksheets.

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