fter you have the basics down and you're comfortable making knit and purl stitches and increasing and decreasing, you're ready to move on to more challenging techniques. In this part, you find out how to create stripes and how to make basic and not-so-basic cable designs. You also discover how to do lacework. And because part of the joy of knitting comes from working with beautifully colored yarns, we include detailed instructions for working repeating Fair Isle patterns and larger intarsia motifs, which involve working in more than one color. And, of course, each chapter in this part includes projects that let you practice the different techniques.
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