Through a path that begins from the start of a jersey that we can call "base", I wanted to describe the possible changes that can be made while working the various phases. I’ll provide the indications to be able to potentially turn your knitting work into a cardigan or a sweater with a rounded neckline.
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A manual that through the creation of a top-down sweater illustrates all the customization and potential changes (according to the taste and your body shape) until the transformation of the model in a cardigan or a sweater. By those who are beginners to those more experienced, you can find useful hints and instructions. Each step is explained in detail and the instructions are completed by descriptive pictures.
(84 color pages, size 210 x 275 mm)
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