Nice collection of ribbing stitches
This is an interesting discussion of ribbing stitch patterns ranging from basic to complex. The written instructions are very clear and precise and the accompanying photos show the end result. I enjoyed the variety of stitches presented and will certainly keep this book in my reference library. I can see these stitch patterns being very useful when I'd like something a little out of the ordinary in my knit ribbing.
Fabulous resource for those new to knitting, those returning after putting their needles down for a while, or anyone just looking for a little inspiration. Well written with clear instructions. A must-have for any knitter!
Awarded book of the week by bookworks,com
Scr Media Inc announced this week that Marina Molo’s new book, 50 Shades of Stitches Volume 1, Popular Ribbing became a #1 international bestseller on Amazon this week in the category of needlecraft emagazines. It was also awarded book of the week by bookworks.com. It’s available on Amazon at https://amzn.to/2TImDuj
Page after page of knitting patterns are at your fingertips with 50 Shades of Stitches giving you a nearly endless supply of projects you'll be excited to cast on. From hats to shawls, cardigans to tanks and tees, explore am incredible variety of popular knitting patterns all in one source! In this ultimate knitting pattern collection you'll discover: Expansive collection of the most coveted knitted sweater patterns together for the first time. From shawls, scarves and cowls, to socks and hats, you'll be covered head to toe in our trendiest accessory patterns.
“What I’d like to share with you in this book,” says Marina, “is that you don’t need to read charts since I provide step-by-step instructions. Newbie knitters will appreciate the patterns for its ease of use.”
Marina Molo learned to knit at the age of eight and was self-taught for many years, driven by her teenage enthusiasm for knitting colorful, stylish, and trendy clothing. She finds inspiration in nature's colors and combinations, and her knitting designs reflect her pleasure in combining fibers, textures, gauges, and colors in ways that create fun, yet always wearable, knits. Marina believes that when knitters understand the 'how' and the 'why' of techniques, it allows them to make choices in their own project.
She is based in sunny south Florida. If it weren't for bouts of insomnia, Marina would never find time to knit or use up her abundance of creative energy, or was it the other way around?
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