ll knitters need to know four basic moves: casting r » on, knitting, purling, and binding off. Then you also have to know how to increase and decrease stitches, two techniques used to create designs and to give a knitted project shape. And because no one can knit without making mistakes periodically, this part tells you how to fix common errors. It also tells you everything you need to know to knit in the round, a fun and easy way to create just about any knitted project by using circular needles.
With all this information and the many projects that let you practice the various techniques, you'll soon be knitting up a storm . . . and a few bags, hats, scarves, wrist warmers, and, well, a bunch of stuff.
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