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Advanced Knitting Mastery

Author : Karen Doyle
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Advanced Knitting Mastery Knitting Tricks, Tips & Techniques This advanced knitting guide goes in depth to explore the little things that count. Beyond your basic knits and purls, we will touch on some more advanced foundational elements of construction that will have your knits looking and fitting the best they can. Knitting along with my illustrated tutorials is a comprehensive way to get yourself over the learning curve and up to speed with essential techniques. Included in this guide is everything you need to be more confident in your craft and more creative with your passion, from must-have gear to DIY guidelines-- plus a dozen stitch patterns to try out as you please! Grab your stash and get ready to level up your knits. This is a two-part guide. In this visual guide, I included over 100 Hi-Res images to show you step by step directions on various advanced knitting techniques. Here is what you will learn from this two-part guide. Part -1 Advanced Techniques Tools and supplies you will need How to work in the Round DPN's How to use Circular Needles How to Crate Magic Loop (YouTube video link included) Provisional Cast-On How to incorporate M1 & bar Increases How to integrate K2Tog, SSK & SHS Decreases What & How to work Selvages What and How to work with Grafting What and how to work with Wet & Steam Blocking Part -2 Advanced Stitches How to read Knitting Charts Stitching Patterns - Cables 4 Stitch Cables Double Braided Cables Honeycomb How to do various Fancy Ribs How to do multiple types of Lace and Openwork How to incorporate Novelty Stitches Pearl Brioche Transverse Herringbone Daisy Stitch How to do multiple Colorwork Standard & Intarsia Colors Slip-Stitch Knitting How to integrate One-Row Buttonhole How to learn One & Two-Stitch Eyelets How to make Pom Poms I-Card And so much More...

Knitting For Dummies Mini Edition

Author : Allen
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Your get-started guide to knitting The advice you need to begin a new hobby! Understand knitting basics with this easy-to-follow guide! From casting on and off to performing beginning stitches, this guide helps you discover the joys of knitting and create hand-knit items for family and friends. Discover how to Select the right tools and yarns Combine knit and purl stitches Make simple projects

Notes on Double Knitting

Author : Beverly Royce
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Knit to Amaze

Author : Helen Mao
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Knit to Amaze A Visual Guide to Knitting Amazing Fingerless Mittens, Knee Warmers, Kitchen Cloths & Coasters In this advanced knitting guide, I show how easily you can knit beautiful Fingerless Mittens, Knee Warmers, four variations of very essential and useable kitchen cloths and gorgeous coasters in no time. If you know the very basics of knitting and know how to: The knit stitch The purl stitch Cast on Cast off Then you are in for a real treat. If you want to show off your newly acquired knitting mastery, this is the best way to go about it. These pieces are simple and easy to make, and best of all, when writing this guide, I knitted each and every piece and took very clear and sharp images of every step. There are over 100 images in this guide that you can follow along with the steps I outlined, and you will be able to enjoy your own beautifully handcrafted and amazingly beautiful creation in no time. They are great as gifts, or you can even sell them on Etsy, eBay or even Amazon and make a great side income. Good luck and happy knitting everyone.

Spelling for Word Mastery

Author : David Hubert Patton
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The joys and sorrows of a schoolmaster by one of themselves A Bitzius

Author : Albert Bitzius
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Knitting for Beginners

Author : Beatriz Mendoza
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Are You Keen about Designs and Decorations and Willing to Begin Knitting Stitches as a Hobby or Even a Career? Then, get ready to imbibe on Do-it-Yourself Projects by learning how to use simple tools such as the needle and yarn to make beautiful and fantastic stitches that can suit various fabrics and also make money from your craftwork. There are various patterns of knit stitches you can learn and apply on materials to produce your style of wears and costumes If you are creative and willing to learn more innovative designs and all the necessary tools you need to succeed as a beginner in the knitting industry Then, you need Knitting for Beginners by Beatriz Mendoza is the recommended book for you. Do you know that you can upgrade from knitting as a hobby to Knitting as a profession? All you need is to acquire some knitting machines and other necessary equipment that can help you to design some fantastic patterns on fabrics. If you can maintain the production of High-Quality decorative trends on your clothing materials, you will be the hub of fashion fads. You will learn the basic and advanced Knit Stitch Patterns and other simple projects ideal for beginners to know. With consistent practice, you will gain mastery of the techniques and tricks of knitting clothes perfectly. This book will show you the Nitty-Gritty of Knit Stitching and how you can upgrade from hand knitting to commercial knitting by practicing and applying the various basic and advanced knitting patterns such as: Provisional Cast-on (Take Flight) Cardigan Beautiful Flame Stitch Pattern Three-needle Bind-Off Brails Cardigan Reversible Oblique Motion Cardigan Acorn Trail Sweater Patterns An Outstanding Manual with the Best Tutorials on Knitting for Beginners This book will provide authoritative information on how to knit any fabric using your hand or a machine. You will also fully Understand the Difference between Knitting and Stitches Simple Knitting Tools Easy Knitting Projects for Beginners Basic and Advanced Knitting Patterns Common Knitting Mistakes What are you waiting for? Scroll up and click the orange "BUY NOW" button on the top right corner and download Now!!! You won't regret you did See you inside!!!

Rolemaster Standard Rules

Author : John Curtis
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Personhood in Advanced Old Age

Author : Sheldon S. Tobin
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Canada Knits

Author : Shirley A. Scott
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Knitting for Beginners

Author : Needlework Mastery School
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Do You Want to Knit But Do Not Know Where to Start? Discover Everything you Need to Know About Knitting! Do knitting patterns and techniques make you scratch your head? Do you dream of creating handmade gifts that your family, friends and customers will appreciate? Are you a beginner in knitting, a part-time craftsman or an old professional looking to improve your skills? Expert craftsman Jade Spark has helped thousands of people turn their creative visions into reality through her crochet circles and best-selling books. And now he is here to help you develop the skills you need to create masterpieces. Knitting for beginners is your latest textbook for moving from your first set of needles to the most advanced projects. Thanks to step-by-step instructions and color photos, you will learn the basics of weaving, including an overview of different stitches and techniques. You will learn to read graphics and knitting patterns so that you can confidently perform any project. As your skills increase, you can check out the book for a quick review to make sure your creative potential is as limitless as your imagination. You will discover: Distribution of supplies and tools you need to start knitting How to avoid the most common mistakes Detailed diagrams for knitting 12 unique techniques for you knitting projects A step-by-step guide for beginners Complicated methods for double-pointed knitting And much more Knitting for beginners is your all-in-one reference for beginners of needles for Masters of crafts. If you like easy-to-understand photos and diagrams, step-by-step instructions and ready-made templates and projects, then this book is recommended for you. Grab yours now! Get This Book Today, Scroll Up anc Click the Buy Now Button!

Universal Philosophy

Author : Robert Elias Najemy
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A practical philosophy for practical people. An easily comprehensible and practical explanation of universal philosophy the essence behind all philosophical and spiritual teachings with emphasis on how to employ these concepts in our daily lives. This book has helped thousands and the teaching has helped millions find inner peace. love and joy in their lives.

Knitting for Beginners

Author : Needlework Mastery School
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Do You Want to Knit But Do Not Know Where to Start? Discover Everything you Need to Know About Knitting! Do knitting patterns and techniques make you scratch your head? Do you dream of creating handmade gifts that your family, friends and customers will appreciate? Are you a beginner in knitting, a part-time craftsman or an old professional looking to improve your skills? Expert craftsman Jade Spark has helped thousands of people turn their creative visions into reality through her crochet circles and best-selling books. And now he is here to help you develop the skills you need to create masterpieces. Knitting for beginners is your latest textbook for moving from your first set of needles to the most advanced projects. Thanks to step-by-step instructions and color photos, you will learn the basics of weaving, including an overview of different stitches and techniques. You will learn to read graphics and knitting patterns so that you can confidently perform any project. As your skills increase, you can check out the book for a quick review to make sure your creative potential is as limitless as your imagination. You will discover: Distribution of supplies and tools you need to start knitting How to avoid the most common mistakes Detailed diagrams for knitting 12 unique techniques for you knitting projects A step-by-step guide for beginners Complicated methods for double-pointed knitting And much more Knitting for beginners is your all-in-one reference for beginners of needles for Masters of crafts. If you like easy-to-understand photos and diagrams, step-by-step instructions and ready-made templates and projects, then this book is recommended for you. Grab yours now! Get This Book Today, Scroll Up anc Click the Buy Now Button!

Fabric of Gender

Author : Helen Chenut
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The years of the Third Republic (1870-1940) in France were ones of intense social and economic transformation as workers struggled to defend their rights in the face of growing industrial capitalism. In The Fabric of Gender, Helen Chenut paints a vivid picture of working life during these years by following four generations of laboring women and men in one community, the textile town of Troyes in the Champagne region. In Troyes workers were locked in an adversarial relationship with mill owners, whose monopoly over the labor market in a single-industry town largely determined the workers' future. And yet workers managed to create a counterculture of resistance by founding labor unions, consumer cooperatives, and socialist parties through which they were gradually able to implement change. Women were key actors in this struggle as their garment-making skills became increasingly important to the growing productivity of the knitted textile industry. Drawing upon rich archival records, oral histories, and highly evocative illustrations, Chenut tells a fascinating story of this fight for a "social republic," one in which both men and women had the right to work for a living wage and to partake in a consumer society. The Fabric of Gender appears at a time when European labor historians are reexamining their field. Chenut's innovative study of working-class culture--integrating gender, class, politics, and consumption--stands as a model for the expansion of labor history beyond traditional lines of inquiry.

Knitting Patterns for Beginners

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If You Want to Learn Detailed and Creative Knitting Patterns, Then Keep Reading... You want to knit but do not know where to start? Discover your unique resource for everything you need to know about knitting. Thanks to step-by-step instructions and color photos, you will learn the basics of weaving, including an overview of different stitches and techniques. You will learn to read graphics and knitting patterns so that you can confidently perform any project. In response to a growing interest in knitting down sweaters and seamless sweaters that require little finishing, this practical book provides instructions for knitting five basic types of sweaters: circular yoke, raglan, modified dropped shoulder, fitted sleeve and saddle. riding shoulder. Also included for intermediate and advanced weavers are personal design touches, detailed graphics, clear instructions and quick tips to expand knitting possibilities and maintain creative originality. A key reference for knitters of all skill levels, this is the essential new knitting resource on your shelf. Finally, a collection of baby fabrics specially designed to make the pattern instructions as simple as possible! Even with the most complex pattern instructions, finishing techniques, and sizes established using Jade Spark's simple and easy-to-understand method, knitters of all skill levels can create delicious clothes and accessories. You Will Learn: How to use simle and clear diagrams The instructions are carefully numbered and placed so that it is easy to understand where you will be in the project while following them Color-coded illustrations make it easier to finish the seams Complicated methods for double-pointed knitting How to avoid the most common mistakes Distribution of supplies and tools you need to start knitting And much more Even if you are a complete beginner, you will get all the information for getting started in the best way possible. Improve your knitting skills and realize beautiful creations while at home. Discover Incredible Knitting Techniques and Improve Your Skills Today! Get This Book Today, Scroll Up and Click the Buy Now Button!

Knitting for Beginners

Author : Kim P. Zimmerman
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Looking for a step-by-step guide to learning knitting? Do you want to create for you and your family beautiful sweaters, scarves and hats for winter? If so, what you'll find in the pages of this book might interest you. This art has origins in antiquity. The first safe news comes from Egyptian tombs where sculpted or painted sacerdotal clothes resemble knitting. Some historians claim that, according to the description of the Christ tunic reported by the Gospel: "this was one piece, seamless, woven without interruption from top to bottom." ...It can only be a knitted tunic. Clearly the techniques and tools have changed over time, but always maintaining simplicity, what has evolved most are the techniques. This beginner's book contains the easiest way to learn how to knit, through step-by-step instructions, pictures and drawings that clearly show the position of your hands and passages. It will guide you from the simple initial exercises to increasingly demanding projects to lead you to have more safety and mastery of techniques, so much so that at the end of the book, if you have had your dose of patience and commitment - this is the only thing the book won't be able to give you - you'll be able to decide what to do and you'll do it yourself, without anyone else's help. Knitting for beginners will include: Clear and Precise Instructions so You Can Learn at Your Own Pace The Necessary Nomenclature to Understand the Patterns Detailed Indications to Understand when One Tool Is Needed rather than Another High Quality Illustrations with Each Step so You Can Understand the Steps and Instructions Better Knitting Patterns for beginners and more Advanced Patterns How to Design Your Knitting Projects in the Best Way And So Much More! Even if you've never knitted, this book will be teaching the techniques you need to create for you and your family beautiful blankets, sweaters, scarves, hats in no time, and proudly wear your masterpieces! So what are you waiting for, click BUY NOW!

Workers Expressions

Author : John Calagione
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This book explores the interrelations between work and social life. It emphasizes how workers’ expressive forms and public performances connect with processes of social, cultural, and individual empowerment. Departing from perspectives that emphasize organizational integration, equilibrium, and continuity, the authors present evidence from anthropology, history, and folklore to explore intersection of popular culture and working situations. The authors offer new data in the on-going debate about the separation of work and leisure, and raise questions about the diverse representations of class and the labor process. They identify workers’ cultural values that emerge within the changing context of production, and that are not merely an outcome of industrial hegemony. Instead, workers’ representations and articulations of craft mastery, class identity, and gender, reveal transformations of the traditional categories of those who produce and those who appropriate value. The studies of workers’ lives range from contemporary United States and Mexico to China, India, and Japan.

The Art of Meditation

Author : Robert Elias Najemy
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The Art of Meditation presents a step-by-step guide on how to meditate. Extremely clear and easily employable, it touches on all aspects of the philosophy and psychology of meditation. This book has already guided thousands through the often confusing path of inner awareness and contact with our inner power and wisdom. The wide variety of meditative techniques allows the reader to choose the one that suits him or her most. The scope, wisdom and ability to foresee the readers questions and problems are the result of the author's 30 years of experience in this field.

Layout Essentials Revised and Updated

Author : Beth Tondreau
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A classic and essential text for designers since 2009, Layout Essentials: 100 Design Principles for Using Grids just got better with a fresh exploration of its design principles, updated text, and new photos and international graphics. Grids are the basis for all design projects, and learning how to work with them is fundamental for all graphic designers. From working with multi-column formats to using type, color, images, and more, Layout Essentials not only demonstrates, using real world examples, how to use grids effectively, but shows you how to break the rules to use them effectively, too. This revised and updated version of Layout Essentials is your one-stop reference and resource for all layout design projects.