A New Twist on Tatting: More Than 100 Glorious Designs by Catherine Austin

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By Catherine Austin

Designed for rookies and people with event of tatting, this e-book offers entire directions overlaying each point of the craft, together with hand-tying, shuttle-work and needle-tatting. each one instance is photographed in color.

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Chest/bust circumference (widest point)3. Hip circumference (widest point)4. Upper arm circumference (widest point)5. Wrist circumference Points from Which Other Measurements Are Taken 6. High shoulder point (where the shoulder meets the neck)7. Low shoulder point (where the shoulder meets the top of your arm. )8. Back neck bone Shoulder and Neck Area 9. Full shoulder width (between the two low shoulder points)10. Individual shoulder width (parallel to the floor from the high shoulder point to a point directly above the low shoulder point)11.

Multiply to find out the total rows over which the shaping takes place, then divide by the number of rows per inch in the gauge to get the actual length. This may be off by a few rows if there are plain rows before and after the first and last shaping row, but it will still be close. 6 inches. Add the length of any ribbing and the length that is worked straight between the top of the shaping and the underarm to get the total length from cuff to underarm. When checking the fit of a raglan or circular yoked sweater, a key measurement is the distance from the neckline diagonally to the underarm; it must be long enough to fit you comfortably or it will be too tight under the arms.

Chapter Six: Evaluation and Adjustments Honest Assessments, Practical Solutions Fixing Mistakes Variations in Dye Lot, Color, and Yarn Quality Size and Fit Adjustments Cutting Your Knitting Chapter Seven: Putting It All Together Best Finishing Practices Blocking Knitted Pieces Dealing with Ends Joining the Pieces Chapter Eight: Borders, Bindings, and Embellishments Neck, Armhole, and Front Borders Bindings and Facings to Enclose Edges The Zipper Controversy Collars for a Dressier Look Practical and Decorative Pockets Knitted Embellishments Blocking the Finished Garment Caring for Your Finished Handknits Storing Handknit Garments The Elusive Pursuit of Perfection Appendix Glossary of Techniques & Terms Abbreviations Symbols Further Reading Online References Acknowledgments Other Storey Books by Margaret Radcliffe Copyright Share Your Experience!

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