Knitting a motif is something I want to learn how to do.
1000 Great Knitting Motifs by Luise Roberts, Trafalgar: 2004. 288 pages. Spiral bound format available. Grade: A
This is a very straight-forward book. It’s a catalog of motifs. There isn’t much more here than knitting charts with color patterns. I think crocheters who enjoy tapestry crochet would appreciate this book just as much as knitters who often get into color work.
One reason why I love this dictionary is that all of the charts are in color. One of my issues with some of the older Fair Isle stitch pattern dictionaries is that they are printed in black and white, so it’s difficult to distinguish between colors if more than two colors are used in a single row. It’s not terrible if the charts are in black and white, but colored charts are just more helpful and easier to follow. I have decided to live with my older charts in…
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