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The Ultimate All-Around Stitch Dictionary
  • Publisher: Abrams & Chronicle
  • Edition: BC Paperback
  • Publication: 24 November 2022
  • ISBN 13/EAN: 9781419762925
  • Stock: 18 in stock
  • Size: 187x235 mm
  • Illustrations: 0
  • Pages: 400
  • RRP: £21.99
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The Ultimate All-Around Stitch Dictionary

£21.99

More than 300 stitch patterns to knit every way by Wendy Bernard (Author)

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Book Description

A comprehensive collection of stitch patterns from knitwear designer Wendy Bernard. Stitch dictionaries are one of the most valuable references on a knitter's bookshelf, holding all the information needed to begin a project, hone your skills, and expand your knitting mastery. In the truest sense, a stitch dictionary is a resource and wealth of information—filled with the basics to get you started, the classics you rely on, and even some new stitches that stoke your creativity.

About the Author

About Wendy Bernard

Wendy Bernard is the creator of blog Knit and Tonic (www.knitandtonic.typepad.com), which has an average daily readership of over 5000. Wendy began selling her patterns online approximately two years ago and since then has sold thousands without advertising or a distributor. She lives in Califormia.



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