Side-to-Side Knits

March 2010
Creative Knitting;Mar2010, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p55
The article offers information on various types of side to side construction in knitting. Using side-to-side knits results in a flat-laying garment that often require no further finishing. It can also be used to achieve a smooth transition when shaping the neckline and shoulder and can be utilized to knit vests and tanks fast.


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