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This review is from: Cast On, Bind Off (Spiral-bound)
A comprehensive collection of cast on/cast off methods but it could be very confusing for any knitter who is not conversnt with the "continental" style of knitting (ie holding the working yarn in the left hand instead of the right).
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Initial post: 23 Apr 2014 17:57:39 BDT
Thank you for this 'heads up'. I am an experienced 'North of England style' knitter, ie right needle held overhand and with same hand holding wool and, if using straight needles, the right needle is tucked under my arm, but if I watch a YouTube video demonstrating some amazing stitch, and the demonstrator uses the continental knitting technique, ie wool held in left hand at back of left needle, then I am just unable to follow....... Maybe this is not a book for me. However looks like a good reference book, so perhaps I'll order and borrow it from my lovely local library, then I can check it out. Thank you.
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