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  1. Modern Top-Down Knitting: Sweaters, Dresses, Skirts & Accessories Inspired by the Techniques of Barbara G. Walker by Kristina McGowan, 2010-10-01
  2. Exercises in Knitting by Cornelia Mee, 2010-07-24
  3. Aran Knitting: New and Expanded Edition by Alice Starmore, 2010-09-24
  4. The Friday Night Knitting Club (Friday Night Knitting Club Novels) by Kate Jacobs, 2008-01-02
  5. Vogue Knitting: The Ultimate Knitting Book by Vogue Knitting Magazine Editors, 2002-08-28
  6. Knitting Without Tears: Basic Techniques and Easy-to-Follow Directions for Garments to Fit All Sizes by Elizabeth Zimmermann, 1971-07-01
  7. Knitting Block by Block: 150 Blocks for Sweaters, Scarves, Bags, Toys, Afghans, and More by Nicky Epstein, 2010-11-09
  8. Knitting For Dummies by Pam Allen, Tracy Barr, et all 2008-10-06
  9. The Knitting Answer Book by Margaret Radcliffe, 2008-05-29
  10. Teach Yourself Visually Knitting (Teach Yourself Visually) by Sharon Turner, 2005-12-19
  11. The Ladies' Work-Table Book Containing Clear and Practical Instructions in Plain and Fancy Needlework, Embroidery, Knitting, Netting and Crochet
  12. Mastering Color Knitting: Simple Instructions for Stranded, Intarsia, and Double Knitting by Melissa Leapman, 2010-11-09
  13. Loom Knitting Primer: A Beginner's Guide to Knitting on a Loom, with over 30 Fun Projects by Isela Phelps, 2007-03-20
  14. Getting Started Knitting Socks (Getting Started series) by Ann Budd, 2007-09-01

1. Knitting - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
knitting is a method by which thread or yarn may be turned into cloth or other fine crafts. knitting consists of consecutive loops, called stitches.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search "Knit" redirects here. For other uses, see Knitting (disambiguation) A knitted hat, yarn , and knitting needles Knitting is a method by which thread or yarn may be turned into cloth or other fine crafts. Knitting consists of consecutive loops, called stitches. As each row progresses, a new loop is pulled through an existing loop. The active stitches are held on a needle until another loop can be passed through them. This process eventually results in a final product, often a garment. Knitting may be done by hand or by machine . There exist numerous styles and methods of hand knitting. Different yarns and knitting needles may be used to achieve different end products by giving the final piece a different colour, texture, weight, or integrity. Using needles of varying sharpness and thickness as well as different varieties of yarn adds to the effect.

2. Knitting - Learn To Knit - Knitting Patterns
Have you always wanted to learn to knit but you thought it would be too difficult to do on your own? This site will help you learn to knit as well as provide you with free
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    Must Reads
    Sarah E. White
    Knitting Guide zSB(3,2)
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    Knitting with Cotton
    Cool Down with this Easy Fiber
    Cotton is great to knit with in the warm months, but there are some things to think about when you use it. Read more
    Cotton Yarn Reviews
    Increasing and Decreasing
    Learn Different Yarn Overs Make an SKP
    Stock Up Your Knitting Tool Bag
    Whether you knit only at home or take your knitting on the road, it's important to have some essential tools gathered in a knitting tool bag. Here are some thoughts on what you'll want in yours. Read more
    More Knitting Essentials
    Knitting Spotlight
    Sarah's Knitting Blog
    Charity Spotlight: Special Olympics Scarves
    Sunday November 14, 2010

    3. Knitting - Definition And More From The Free Merriam-Webster Dictionary
    Definition of word from the MerriamWebster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games.

    4. Machine Knit Bloggers
    Web ring of bloggers who knit using any type of knitting machine.
    Marketing Via Rings
    Marketing Via Articles

    Marketing Via Yellow Pages
    Machine Knit Bloggers + ADD YOUR SITE (29 members) netseer_tag_id = "1118"; netseer_ad_width = "700"; netseer_ad_height = "220"; netseer_task = "ad"; netseer_tag_id = "1119"; netseer_ad_width = "715"; netseer_ad_height = "70"; netseer_task = "ad"; Machine Knit Bloggers Click Member link to see site in tv Machine Knit Bloggers + ADD YOUR SITE (29 members) This community is for bloggers who knit using any type of knitting machine. Requirements: 1) Your blog must have existed for at least 2 weeks. 2) You must post an article about machine knitting at least once a month and you must have already posted two articles discussing machine knitting. 3) Important You must know how to paste in the Community HTML code and must be display on the "main" page of your blog and so it is visible to visitors. If you put it in the wrong place, communitysurf will kick you out when it automatically checks for the code. (The community hostess can't over ride this.) I suggest putting it in the sidebar or the footer of your template. Do not paste it into an individual blog article. 4) You are encouraged create a category on your blog for machine knitting. (So tha visitors can find the machine knitting content.) 5) You may not host adult content. Fibrespates A blog about knitting, hand and machine, spinning, dyeing, weaving and felting

    5. The Gallery Should Be Your Next Stop
    Includes information on designing your own socks, shawls and baby blankets. Also has sections on how to find knitting info on the world wide web, and how to block a shawl.
    Knitting Geek .com Knitting makes me happy, computers keep me humble. My Spring Break Project
    Knitting Stuff How to: Make a Shawl Block a Shawl Make Socks Repairs ... Find HELP! on the Internet Gallery of Finished Objects
    Socks - 2002

    Gallery of Old Work

    More Old Work
    Old Crocheted Designs
    Geek Stuff Terragen...a landscape generator My Reading Blog NaNoWriMo Blog Knitting Blog ... Kuchi Jewelry Updated
    January 9, 2009
    Erica Raspberry

    6. Wendy Knits: Adventures With Sticks And String.
    knitting and spinning.
    Wendy Knits
    Adventures with sticks and string.
    Lijit Search
    My Patterns For Sale
    My patterns are available for sale at: Ravelry Pattern Store Visit my Ravelry Pattern store here
    My Books
    Toe Up Socks for Every Body at Borders Toe Up Socks for Every Body at Barnes and Noble Socks From the Toe Up at Borders Socks From the Toe Up at Barnes and Noble Socks From the Toe Up errata WendyKnits Errata Page
    2010 Completed Work
    My Knitting and Spinning Galleries
    My current work in progress:
    1. Hawthorn Pullover by Kathy Zimmerman, from the Fall 2010 issue of Interweave Knits, knit from Rowan Amy Butler Belle Organic Aran in the "Orchid" colorway, on 3.75mm and 4.5mm needles.
    2. Myriad stealth projects.
    By Wendy on November 14, 2010 J Next, it is time to announce the winners in the Knitcircus giveaway.

    7. Learn How To Knit |
    Learn how to knit, purl, caston and more with our free instructional videos and knitting forum community.

    8. Knitting - MonkeySee
    knitting This video series give knitting tips. Fiber artist Toni Lipe describes the supplies and techniques required to start knitting. This video is designed for the beginning

    9. Knit Knitting Terms Patterns Abbreviations Instructions
    Tips, instructions, abbreviations and terms for knitting. Patterns, stitches, history of knitting and book reviews.
    Two Color Tips

    Buttonhole Tips

    Cable Tips

    Seam Tips
    Book Reviews
    Off Site Links
    Learn to Knit

    Knit to fit


    Free Patterns
    Please let us direct you to SpinCraft Knitting Patterns Shopping Cart
    Online source for knitting terms and info
    Knitting Patterns
    Learn about knitting
    on this site. Browse through the links below and you will find all sorts of tips and tricks to improve your knitting, some great stitch patterns, history of knitting and some knitting book reviews. You will find lists of knitting abbreviations, terms, and simple instructions on how to increase and decrease, how to knit nice cables, lace and much more. For great knitting patterns we like to recommend SpinCraft Patterns. Knitting is a fun and relaxing "Home Sport" that results in something useful to keep or wear. Knitting is right up there with meditation as a useful activity for reducing stress and anxiety. And reading and following a knitting pattern is good for the brain cells! It keep you smart, thinking and learning new things all the time. Just think of all those hours, doing one

    10. Knitty: Deep Fall 2010
    Knitty is the longestrunning free knitting magazine on the web. Launched in 2002, there are more than 7 years worth of fabulous knitting patterns and articles in our archive

    11. The Knitting Garden - Yarns By Rowan, Debbie Bliss, Noro, Sublime, Louisa Hardin
    The knitting Garden. Exquisite yarns for the discerning hand knitter. Yarns by Rowan, Debbie Bliss, Noro, Jaeger, Gedifra, GGH, Crystal Palace and others. Our pattern selection
    Exquisite yarns for the discerning hand knitter If you're looking for beautiful yarns for knitting, crochet or any other project you've come to the right place!
    Our images are of the highest quality. We have taken great care to ensure t hat the true colors and textures of our yarns are reflected in our photography. New for Fall 2010!! Fall 2010 - Noro Style by Jenny Watson and Kogarashi yarn!! Coliumo by Araucania
    - by Sublime
    Eco Baby Cotton
    - by Debbie Bliss
    Luxury Knits
    - by Ella Rae
    The Big Easy
    - by Debbie Bliss

    Debbie Bliss Magazine
    Fall/Winter 2010
    Noro Style by Jenny Watson Dream Catcher by Louisa Harding Learn more 40-60% OFF Louisa Harding Hawthorn Bag Kit Miss Macc's Hat Kit by PollyMacc Designs Our online store makes it easy to shop with us. From great yarn to patterns to baskets!

    12. Get Knitting - Great Ideas For Hand Knitters And Machine Knitters
    Patterns, hints and designs downloadable for machine knitting.

    13. Knitting: Definition From
    n. The act or process of producing something knitted. Material that has been knitted or is being knitted.

    14. How To Knit: 11 Steps (with Video) - WikiHow
    wikiHow article about How to Knit. In today's high speed world, knitting is surprisingly enjoying a revival of sorts as a calming yet productive hobby.

    15. Knit Me!
    A teen s blog about knitting, amigurumi (knit), art and life. Since 2007 09.
    Friday, November 12, 2010
    Free Pattern: Mini Eggplant
    Photo by Ken Kline This little eggplant is super cute! From Alterknit Universe.
    Got a free knit toy pattern on your blog or ravelry page that you think should be featured? Let me know! Posted by Alyoops at 8:28 AM 0 comments Links to this post Labels: Amigurumi
    Tuesday, October 5, 2010
    Tutorial: Picking up Stitches for Limbs
    Hey! This is super useful: a video that explains how to pick up stitches in the middle of your work!
    This is great for doll limbs :) There's also some written directions and pictures here (Scroll down).
    All of this lovely information is from Knitting in Circles , which sells some cute patterns :) Posted by Alyoops at 2:26 PM 2 comments Links to this post Labels: Tutorials Websites
    Thursday, September 30, 2010
    This Week's Knit Toy Pattern is a Shameless Plug
    For my first self-published pattern, Borneo!
    After so much time and work, I've finally put up my first self-published, for-real-for-money-pattern, on! You don't need to be a member of Ravelry to purchase the pattern, so don't let that deter you ;)
    You can see the lovely Carla's pictures of her test knit

    16. Knitting Pattern Central - Free, Online Knitting Patterns - Beginner Knitting In
    A Directory of Free, Online knitting Patterns Beginner knitting Instructions - Tips, Tricks, Testimonials, Links and More!
    Featured Pattern of the Week: Casablanca Corset Top
    Interested in crochet?
    Visit our sister site:
    Crochet Pattern Central

    Knitting Pattern Central is an online directory featuring thousands of links to free knitting patterns. Choose from 50+ categories, including clothing, hats, afghans, stuffed animals, toys, dishcloths, and much more. Begin browsing by category at the Free Knitting Pattern Directory or by keyword with Knitting Pattern Central's Pattern Search, located to the left.
    If you are a beginner at knitting, take a look at our Knitting Instruction Directory providing links to illustrated knitting tutorials, and our growing list of unique Knitting Stitches . Get motivated by browsing some Encouragement and Testimonials and Tips 'n Tricks sent in by other avid knitters.
    For patterns making use of a combination of knitting and crochet, browse Knit and Crochet Combination Patterns
    See what's new at Knitting Pattern Central.
    Happy Knitting!
    See 24KGoldMusic!

    O nce upon a time in a land far, far away, there lived a crowell, we won't say. I've been told that the particular word doesn't go over well with some knitters. Let's just say there lived a chick without two pointy sticks. Her favorite craft used one stick-like object instead of two in order to achieve crafty pieces. And she started a site. A link directory. People liked it. It got big. Really big. Big enough to be mentioned in cool magazines. T ime passed. The crafters who didn't "do" the craft with a hook at the end of the stick (and therefore couldn't use the existing link directory) piped up, "Hey, we want a site of our own!" And so the croooopsthe chick without sticks...who does, for the record book, know one cast on, the knit stitch, and one cast off (let's be completely fair to her) said: "Why not? Happy to oblige. Meet Knitting Pattern Central." People liked it. It got big. (5,000 unique visitors

    17. Knitting Fever: Distributor Of Fine Handknitting Yarn
    knitting Fever is America's premier distributor of fine handknitting yarns. Browse our yarns books, download free patterns, interact with our designers, and more.
    brands wholesale errata find a store ... links Welcome to Knitting Fever, America's premier distributor of fine handknitting yarns. From world class designers such as Noro Debbie Bliss Louisa Harding Elsebeth Lavold ... Laines du Nord , and OnLine brands to start exploring our catalog... what's new Viking Balder Debbie Bliss Glen Araucania Quillay Sirdar Baby Snowball Fil Katia Memory Fil Katia Triana free pattern Amalfi - Free simple vest pattern (PDF) From Debbie Bliss book Free simple vest pattern more patterns see all designers' corner ... Spring/Summer 2010 by Elsebeth Lavold It has arrived! It's the middle of the coldest winter in many years here in Stockholm, so the arrival of my latest book, The Just Kidding Collection, is a treat. It carries with it the promise of summer, of sunshine, and of leisure and play. It introduces a new yarn in my yarn line, Cool Wool, a lovely yarn that looks and feels like cotton but has the knitting properties of wool. It is actually half and half. And it is machine washable. I've created a happy color story, mostly strong bright colors with a few naturals for balance. It's my first book of all children's designs and I wanted it to be both happy and playful and with the help of our cute models, I think we ... [read more...]

    18. Under Construction
    Free hand knitting patterns, help sheet for TKGA Master knitting Program and links to knitting resources.
    This site is under construction. Search the Web:

    19. Vogue Knitting | Welcome
    Previews the current issue of Vogue knitting. Each issue has styles for varied skill levels plus original fashions by top designers. Includes basics and advanced techniques.

    20. Knitting!
    I'm knitting a 'Drop Stitch Shrug' for my mother and the pattern is pretty straight forward; Row 1 *yo, knit 1 across. Row 2 *Drop yo off needle, knit 1 across.
    Entries Friends Calendar Community Info Previous Knitting! Please read the profile page for community guidelines 03:44 pm November 14th, 2010 knitting
    Fo and Question First - I made these fingerless mitts. My first attempt at hand wear and my first ALL DPNs project.
    They aren't great, but knitted up fast and I'm sure will serve their purpose of keeping my hands warmer at work.
    BUT. One mitt has nice closed increases and one has holes!
    What the heck went wrong I used the same increase method (picking up the bar between stitches). I'm wondering if it's because I put the increases in the wrong place on one of them

    Also - does it matter how may DPNs I use on a project It would have been easier on these to only use 3 with 1 working needle, but instead I used 4. Wasn't sure if it'd be ok to decrease or not.
    Thanks! 11 stitches made Knit 1 12:41 pm November 14th, 2010 knitting
    FO: Haruni Shawl Pattern: Haruni (ravelry link)
    Yarn: Naturally Dawn , a 50/50 wool/silk blend (less than 3 balls)
    Needles: Addi Lace, size 5 Cast on: August 15, 2010

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