Cast On, Bind Off
by Cap Sease
Publication Date: April 15th, 2014
Photography by: Martingale, and their Photographer Brent Kane
Wow I didn't know that their could be that many ways to cast on and bind off.
Now I know I can see how valuable to buy this book.
It makes such a difference to a project depending on which method you use.
The techniques are presented with step-by-step written instructions,
clear how-to illustrations, and a photo of the finished edge.
With each method you learn the advantages and disadvantages,
including suggestions for when to use it.
You discover workhorse and specialty cast ons and bind offs for colorwork,
cuffs, ruffles, fringe, lace buttonholes, and more.
There are 120 ways to cast on and 80 different ways to bind off.
It's amazing the difference each method has.
Everything you need to know about the method is with each type.
This will be a fantastic book to have at your availability
when ever making a project.
You can even use it to alter patterns you already have to make
them look better.
This book trys to take all the confusion away
and put all the different methods to a specific name and type.
You won't be confused anymore and you'll easily be able
to pick the correct method for each project.
This book will be an excellent addition to any knitters library.
I am sure designers will find it invaluable.
Could this book be the difference to your knitted projects?
I received a copy of the eBook to review.
However all opinions expressed are my own.
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