Reversible Knitting Stitches E-Book
Reversible stitch patterns are a way of taking your knitting to the next level. These versatile double-sided stitches can be used for scarves, shawls, placemats, rugs and more so that either side can be on show.
Reversible Knitting Stitches is an innovative book with 200 double-sided stitch patterns, divided into twelve different sections according to the appearance of the stitch. Each of the samples has a full description including suggested uses for the stitch, photographs of both sides of the work, stitch charts and line-by-line instructions.
The book also contains photos of more than 50 project ideas to inspire you in your own design work.
This listing is for the Reversible Knitting Stitches E-Book.
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Title: Reversible Knitting Stitches – A Sourcebook of 200 Double-Sided Stitch Patterns
Authors: Moira Ravenscroft and Anna Ravenscroft
Date of publication: 2016
Publisher: Wyndlestraw Publishing
Format: PDF E-Book
File Size: 143 MB
Please click here to view a 16-page LookBook.
Reversible Knitting Stitches book is available in 3 formats:
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The E-Book is formatted as a PDF file and is available for immediate download from the link in your confirmation e-mail. The file may take some minutes to download, depending on your internet speed.
You will require Adobe Reader or another pdf reader to be able to open the file and you can view either single pages or a double-page spread as you prefer. For a double-page spread, adjust the settings to "show first page as a cover page". This should then format the book correctly so you will see the information about each stitch across the two facing pages.
On a phone or tablet, you can "pinch and zoom" to see details easily and should also be able to make notes and highlight key items, depending on the software available on your device.