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Teach Yourself VISUALLY Circular Knitting

By Melissa Morgan-Oakes


<b>The visual way to get hooked on circular knitting</b><p>Circular knitting (also known as knitting in the round) has benefits over knitting with straight needles, including seamless finished projects, easy portability, and not having to turn your work. Many crafters are intimidated by circular knitting?but you needn't be!<p><i>Teach Yourself VISUALLY Circular Knitting</i> walks you step-by-step through the process of circular knitting and shows you how to make a dozen unique projects to put your newfound skills to practice.<ul><li>Covers popular techniques including using double-pointed needles, working with one or two circular needles, and the Magic Loop, all illustrated with helpful photos<li>Patterns range from scarves and hats to sweaters and baby sets <li>Other titles by Morgan-Oakes: <i>2-at-a-Time Socks</i> and <i>Toe Up 2-at-a-Time Socks</i></ul><p>If you're a crafter who learns better by seeing and doing, <i>Teach Yourself VISUALLY Circular Knitting</i> will get you confidently knitting in the round in no time. <br/><br/> <SPAN class=h3color><B>From the Book: Sample Sock Pattern and Complete List of Projects</b></SPAN><br><br><b>Basic Socks, Kids to Adults</b></br></br> Socks are a lot of fun to knit and useful as well. I often hear people say that they don’t think they can knit socks because socks are “too hard.” They really aren’t. This isn’t to say that they’re easy, but if you can increase, decrease, and knit in the round, you can knit a sock!<br/><br/> <table width="100%" border="0" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="1"> <tr align="center" valign="top" class="tiny"> <td width="100%"> <img src="http://g-ecx.images-amazon.com/images/G/01/books/wiley/Sock600.jpg" border="0"> <div class="imageCaption">Basic Socks, Kids to Adults<br/>(Click on image for project instructions.)</div> </td> </tr> </table> <br/><br/> <b>See a complete list of projects from the book</b>.<br/><br/&gt

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