Hand manipulated stitches for machine knitters (paper back)
By Susan Guagliami
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"First published in 1990, Hand-Manipulated Stitches for Machine Knitters remains one of the top selling books for machine knitters. Generically written for owners of all brands and gauges of machine, the first chapters deal with the basics of machine knitting and offer a clear understanding of exactly how machines operate and form stitches.The following chapters are devoted to Twisted Stitches, Wrapped and Woven Stitches, Lifted Stitches, Rehing Stitches, Transferred Stitches and Cables. Withs 250 pages, fully illustrated with black and white photographs and stitch charts, this is a book you will return to over and over".
"This is a real must for all machine knitters, it is filled with priceless info. on stitches, and machine use. I love this book, and keep it near when ever I use the machine."
"I would recommend this book to anyone with a knitting machine that wants to use ti make beautiful items. It shows you so much and is such a great resource."
"This is the best book about machine knitting I have seen; it goes into sufficient depth for an experienced knitter yet includes a clear explanation of basics for a relative beginner like myself. The numerous photos and diagrams are clear and very helpful. This book will be referred to again and again for years to come."
"I have to say this is the best book to own if you LOVE machine knitting. I purchased this a year ago used and have been very happy with this book and I highly recommend this book if you are just starting out or are a pro at the knitting machine. There is so much information in this book that it will not only help a newbie learn their way around the knitting machine, but it also provides a lot of stitch designs that can be done on ANY knitting machine! When I have a question on a stitch this is the first book I go to."
"This has got to be the best book on Machine Knitting that I have ever bought. Susan gives step-by-step instructions on how to do each stitch. A must-have for every machine knitter."