John Allen's Treasury of Machine Knitting Stitches

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9780715399101: John Allen's Treasury of Machine Knitting Stitches

Drawing on his wide experience of teaching and conducting workshops, John Allen presents an array of more than 200 machine-knitting stitches covering the structures of tuck stitch, lace, weaving, jacquards, cut float techniques, partial knitting, needle-out effects, and edgings and braidings. The book also contains alternative ideas for interpretation, and encourages knitters to develop new ideas for exploiting the colour and texture of materials to create beautiful and original effects, and to extend their design knowledge and understanding of basic stitch constructions. The stitch patterns are designed to fit any standard 24-needle repeat, making them applicable to all punchcard and electronic machines, while many of the stitches can be knitted on the most basic machines.

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