Round out your knitting skills
Circular knitting is efficient, convenient, and fascinating to learn with Margaret Radcliffe's detailed, step-by-step instructions. A master teacher with a knack for demystifying complex techniques, Radcliffe uses 35 mini sample projects to demonstrate classic techniques such as lace and stranding knit in the round, as well as helix knitting, invisible joins, and ideal cast ons for all your circular knitting. From adapting flat patterns to circular and converting bottom-up projects to top-down, here is everything you need to know to master knitting in the round.
Table of Contents Why Knit Circularly?Circular Knitting Techniques1 Getting Started2 Working Circularly3 Finishing Techniques4 Converting Flat to CircularWorkshop Projects5 Starting with a Tube6 Carrying On with Bags & Hats7 Wrapping Up with Scarves & Shawls8 Stepping Up to Socks9 Handling Mittens & Gloves10 Topping Off with Vests & SweatersAppendixGlossary of Techniques and TermsKnitting SymbolsKnitting AbbreviationsFurther ReadingAcknowledgmentsIndex