<div>Stitch dictionaries are to knitters what <i>Webster’</i>s is to a writer. Within the pages of these inspiring reference books are the endless variations of knit and purl stitches that produce the fabrics of all knitting. But in the <i>Up, Down, All-Around Stitch Dictionary</i>, designer Wendy Bernard does something no other author has done before she presents instructions for working 150 popular stitch patterns four different ways: top down, bottom up, back and forth, and in the round. This hefty collection, ranging from lace and cables to colorwork and fancy edgings, is loaded with beautifully photographed swatches of each pattern, plus charted and text instructions. To showcase the stitch patterns in action, Bernard also includes instructions for eight garments as well as her famous formulas for knitting garments without a pattern. This is an invaluable go-to resource, sure to inspire legions of knitters to use stitch patterns in new and exciting ways.</div>
- Abrams Publishing-Stewart Tabori & Chang Books: Up Down All Around Stitch Dictionary
- Stitch dictionaries are a knitter's best friend- until he or she wants to use a pattern in a piece that is worked in the round or from the top down
- Then it requires the sometimes dreaded calculations to re-chart
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