Domino Knitting

Domino Knitting Introducing an exciting new technique called domino knitting this book teaches both beginners and experts the patterning technique that became a craze among Scandinavian knitters Beginning with basic

  • Title: Domino Knitting
  • Author: Vivian Høxbro Vivian Høxbro
  • ISBN: 9781931499118
  • Page: 421
  • Format: Paperback
  • Introducing an exciting new technique called domino knitting, this book teaches both beginners and experts the patterning technique that became a craze among Scandinavian knitters Beginning with basic instructions and progressing to sophisticated projects, this guide shows how domino knitting allows for easy designing by allowing knitters to build squares on one another hIntroducing an exciting new technique called domino knitting, this book teaches both beginners and experts the patterning technique that became a craze among Scandinavian knitters Beginning with basic instructions and progressing to sophisticated projects, this guide shows how domino knitting allows for easy designing by allowing knitters to build squares on one another horizontally and vertically at will Precise step by step instruction show how squares can be worked in a variety of stitches for multicolored effects Included is a key to selecting the proper yarn for any project as well as care instructions for any creation.

    One thought on “Domino Knitting”

    1. BOTTOM LINE: Nice little book filled with basics and how-to's regarding a knitting technique that looks difficult but isn't. Well-put-together, with many good hints and ideas. Very basic designs but the technique, once learned, lends itself to lots of possibilities. It looks difficult but is actually very easy to do, and the results can be spectacular. Squares and triangles are knitted using garter stitch, knit-togethers and slip stitch, and a beginner can quickly learn how. Then stitches are pi [...]

    2. if you want to knit squares or pot holders this is the book for you. although I appreciate the use of this style I think it could have gone further - the projects were less than inspiring.

    3. I am not enough of a knitter at this point to be able to really get into this, but I hope that as time goes on, this will be something I can get more into--it allows for knitting in small chunks and for individual designs. But not yet--I like the size of the book and it has reasonable pictures and instructions.

    4. This technique of knitting is very interesting. I would like to try it out someday, and I would probably use this little book as a reference. The patterns in here were nice, none looked outdated and they used an assortment of colors. I would probably recommend this book.*Taken from my book reviews blog: reviewsatmse/2009

    5. While I wouldn't knit any of the projects, this book does give some great info on joining pieces as you go. It's all about modular knitting. It's a keeper.

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