Author: Margaret Radcliffe
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 49 stitch patterns, 8 project—320 pages
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The Essential Guide to Color Knitting Techniques

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Putting color to work for you. Margaret Radcliffe unravels the intricacies of combining two or more yarn colors, explaining all the techniques that transform simple knitted items into fabulous, colorful masterpieces. From the easy trick of working with multicolor yarn to the intricate details of stranding and intarsia to entralac and finishing touches just right for multi-color knitting, all the beautiful possibilities for playing with color are in this book. You will learn creative solutions for tight stitches, loose stitches, curled edges, messy ends, and twisted yarns. With clear instructions, color photographs and inspired advice every knitter will discover their inner color designer.
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Kelley reviews "The Essential Guide to Color Knitting Techniques" by Margaret Radcliffe in podcast episode 79.

 

Christy knit the Helix mittens from "The Essential Guide to Color Knitting" out of Wool of the Andes in Snickerdoodle and Powder Blue.


5 out of 5 stars

My copy of this hasn't come in yet. After borrowing a copy from the local library, this book is definitely worthy of a permanent spot in my collection. It covers so much more than just colour techniques, it is very clear & easy to understand. Tons of information in the over 300 pages. It's not just a bunch of patterns that you will never use, much like Barbara Walker's "Knitting from the Top;" it doesn't just tell you "what to do, but why you do it." Excellent book, worth every penny at full price and at the sale price, it's a steal!

4 out of 5 stars

Love this book.