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The Knitter's Handy Book of Top-Down Sweaters: Basic designs in multiple sizes and gauges [Anglais] [Reliure à spirales]

Ann Budd
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INTERWEAVE PRESS : Livre de la tricoteuse maniable de chandails de haut en bas. Découvrez tricot top-down de la terre vers le haut ! Découvrir la joie de tricoter des chandails de haut en bas avec dernier-né de Ann Budd de la série de livres très pratique. Répondre à un intérêt croissant pour tricoter des chandails du haut vers le bas et le tricotage des chandails sans soudure nécessitant peu de finition ; Cet ouvrage propose des instructions pour quatre types de base de pull à tricoter. Ann vous propose de beaux motifs pour enfants et adultes dans plusieurs tailles et de calibres de fils et qui servent comme tremplins pour l'expression créatrice. Pour chacun des types de quatre chandail ; après que les bases de la construction sont présentés ; trois modèles de pull complet sont caractéristiques pour un total de douze patrons dans le livre. Avec une touche personnelle de conception ; cartes détaillées ; Désactivez l'instruction ; et des conseils rapides pour élargir les possibilités de tricot ; Cet ouvrage pratique donnera le coup vos aiguilles à tricoter dans le surmenage ! Auteur : Ann Budd. Couverture rigide ; reliure spirale ; 264 pages. 2012 Publiés. Importés.

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  • Reliure à spirales: 264 pages
  • Editeur : Interweave Press Inc; Édition : Spi (27 juillet 2012)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1596684836
  • ISBN-13: 978-1596684836
  • Dimensions du produit: 7,8 x 9,2 x 1,2 cm
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 3.5 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (4 commentaires client)
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Pratique 28 janvier 2013
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Pour les adeptes du top-down, à nous les pulls (ou gilets) sans coutures.
Je recherchais un livre qui propose tous les types d'emmanchures et je suis comblée.
Encore un livre de chevet.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 indispensable 7 mars 2013
Par Adriana
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j'attendais ce livre avec impatience afin de pouvoir appliquer cette technique à tous mes pulls ou en tout cas au plus grand nombre.Petit bémol personnel: il faut étudier ce livre comme n'importe quelle matière si on veut avoir du succès dans nos projets, au boulot!
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Un livre difficile à s'approprier 4 février 2014
Par Oub
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J'avais commandé ce livre en pensant qu'il me permettrait de créer mes propres modèles en top-down, qu'il me fournirait les calculs à faire, et les dimensions standards des différentes tailles. En fait je me suis trompée, c'est le problème quand on ne peut feuilleter un livre.

Il s'agit en fait de patrons écrits par étapes, comme n'importe quel patron à la différence que ceux-ci s'adaptent en fonction de l'échantillon, qu'il propose de nombreuses tailles différentes, avec des options sur les cols, pull ou gilet, différentes constructions de manches. C'est très bien pour celles qui veulent suivre des instructions pas à pas, moins intéressant pour celles qui cherchent surtout du matériau théorique pour pouvoir construire les modèles qu'elles imaginent. Je pense que pour ce dernier objectif, "Knitting without tears" d'Elizabeth Zimmermann, même si moins complet que celui-ci, est plus adapté car il donne des formules que l'on peut utiliser pour n'importe quelle laine sans avoir à suivre scrupuleusement le nombre de mailles ou de rangs à tricoter.

De plus la présentation est très austères, avec tous ces tableaux on a du mal à se repérer dans les explications et donc à utiliser uniquement les parties qui nous intéressent. J'ai essayé plusieurs fois d'utiliser un modèle pour comprendre une construction, et j'ai abandonné à chaque fois. Je me sers uniquement des schémas à chaque chapitre qui donnent toutes les mesures en cm de chaque partie du pull en fonction de la taille.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 clair et bien fait 8 janvier 2014
Par DAMDULAC
Format:Reliure à spirales
Ce livre est une mine d'idées. Les explications lignes par lignes nous guident pour la réalisation. J'ai tricoté un premier pull, il va parfaitement bien, la consommation de laine est exacte, un livre à garder dans son sac à ouvrages.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 300 reasons to love this book! 11 août 2012
Par Cultured Purl - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I am a knitter who knits in the round more often than not, and I was truly anxious for this book to come out.
It did not disappoint, In fact this book is even BETTER than I had imagined!
Why???
Because with all the numbers in this book of sweaters , one can knit sweaters from from a toddler/ child size to a mans size 54!

Additionally,,,what is included in this book are quite a few really pretty patterns for women that were designed outside the numbers box, that are so darn cute that I want to make most of them ( this is NOT a usual thing in pattern books for me)

These designs are good for any age women,, as a side note, I am on the light side of my 50's but my DIL's saw them and liked them also, I think that the difference may come down to fit b/c I do not like negative ease whereas they do~
My personal preferences is 2 inches of ease,not much more than that.
These garments are NOT negative ease garments BTW, but can easily be knit that way if desired~and I will do just that for any design and yarn they happen to pick out for Christmas gifts for them.

There are 300 patterns in this book that are top down knit in the round,,,THEN,( quote) " add in the cardigan options and you've got 600 possibilities, without counting neckline, edging ,color and stitch pattern variations". (!!)

How great is that for those of us that like well fit top down knitting??
I am not kdding you,,this book makes me VERY happy as a knitter!

This means I can knit for EVERY member of the family in any style from seamless yoke, raglan, set in sleeves or saddle shoulder sweaters! Additionally there are some directions for those of us who do like to steek our cardigans . but I still would advise looking into Alice Starmemore's book on Fair Isle for additional info on that. That is the number one book that I refer to for steeking info whether I am knitting Fair Isle garments or not... b/c I do not knit my cardigans in the one piece back and forth method that a lot of fans of top down knitting do,,,, unless I am not knitting w/a cotton yarn( then I am forced to knit back and forth)

If I had to say there would be ONE knitting book of 2012, THIS would be the book to get!

I am especially pleased that many of the guest designed sweaters are using dk weight yarn b/c I have given up "big yarn" of years ago, in favor of a slimmer silhouette and a softer garment for myself. Never fear,,,those of you that use a lot of worsted and beyond, the numbers are there for you also!

Currently I am using fingering weight yarns for my own garments now b/c I need to knit a few dressier well fitted sweater that I can also wear w/ a skirt and boots in winter.
I have given many sweaters from the early years of my knitting that were knit in " big yarns" to charity, and while I do have a stash of big yarns left over, I tend to use then for hats or slippers or throws,,nothing goes to waste in my home. (

ALL gauges start at 7 stitches per inch, and go up to 3 stitches per inch ~ In each and every size, so EVERYONE has tons of wiggle room for whatever they have in their stash or if you fall in love with a yarn that you simply MUST purchase b/c it is so pretty that you simply cannot pass it up, you are covered here!
Then there is the person that combines yarns to get a lovely texture or a spinner that could also benefit this book also.

I LOVE the fact that I can learn all these methods in top down knitting b/c I had been knitting bottom up all my yoked and saddle shouldered sweaters and B/C I am a small person I tend to need a very small shoulder fit so this method works better for me
I always employ this method when it comes to children's knits, b/c I can replace length in sleeves and bottom the following year so much more easily~ This was the real reason I started to learn the top down method in the first place b/c I used to be very comfortable in bottom up knitting before I learned,

For the life of me I cannot understand B Walker's book on these methods b/c her style of writing is not as clear to me say, as EZ's books w/ her well known EPS mehtod.

Armed w/ this book, you can take bits and pieces of what you want to add to create your own flattering look for your particular body shape, b/c we all know what works best on us more than any pattern books does. You cant go wrong w/ a fit as you go way of knitting. No months of hard work on a pieced sweater only to sew up the pieces and see the whole thing look horrible on you! I'm sure we all have a few of those in our closet that never saw the light of day,,,( at least I do)

Included in this fantastic one of a kind book is informattion on how to create the collar you like as well as any neckline you favor, so NOTHING is forgotten in this book!
The ONLY thing I am not so sure about is the way the saddle shoulder is addressed here, b/c when I knit bottom up, I have my " saddle" run into in sleeve and use that as a design element to carry a cable down the entire arm. Here the saddle ends at the edge of the shoulder, and a more set in sleeve look is used which will be a good thing to add to my knitting skills.

What I am staying is this,, WHERE ELSE, can you get ALL the numbers to make SO many sweaters in every size and gauge possible??

This book is simply a gold mine of information and sizes!
I can see NOTHING that could possibly be negative about it in any way at all as I do not knit overly imaginative sweaters for my very conservative dressing husband or sons,
As for the girls if it is pretty and pink/purple, its a go, so I am not concerned about not having actual men's patterns in the book,, all the numbers are right there for that grey yarn he always seems to like~
I am in the process of knitting hats and mittens for 7 children from Ann Budd's first book,,," The Knitter's Handy Book of Patterns". I have used that book over and over again in the years that I have owned it.
I can take both these books anywhere with me and never second guess amount of yarn or size.
These books fit quite well into my carry on when I travel.
These books plus your stitch dictionaries(I use Barbara Walkers) = thousands of design /pattern/color/gauge options if you are a top down knitter.
It bears repeating,,,,,this book IMO is THE best knitting book of 2012. Finally(!) I can start weeding out many of my other books that are cluttering up my kntting/ sewing studio!
I hope you all love this book as much as I do!

ETA 8/23/12, One more thing I have just received a book that works nicely w/ this book ( or any other one for that matter) on 211 ways to cast on and cast off,, b/c this really can give a knitter a ton of really great ideas to make any project look more professional,,,,,(or just more fun)~
You normally have plenty of time to consider your cast off when knitting top down, but your cast on( as I am finding out) is equally important,one sweater I am working on calls for a provisional cast on , however I will work a nice row of solid knit b/f I go into any given pattern so there is no chance that top could look wonky in any way at all,,,I wanted to add this b/c it is very important and makes a difference b/w a beautiful handknit garment or a sweater that screams homemade,,,,(,and there is a difference!!) Happy knitting to you all!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent Information Dense Reference for Knitters and Designers 9 août 2012
Par Anastasia McPherson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Reliure à spirales|Achat authentifié par Amazon
Wow is my first response to Ann Budd's new book of top down sweater patterns. I own Ann Budd's Handy Book of Sweater Patterns, so I was familiar with the amount and type of information in these guides but I was still impressed.

Budd reviews four basic types of top down sweater construction Seamless Yoke, Raglan, Saddle Shoulder and Set-In Sleeve. Each style has several patterns made in this style and all of the patterns are attractive. The only possible criticism here is that there are no patterns for men or children, even though the book includes metrics for both children's and men's garments for each style. The book then includes proportions and metrics for each style of sweater in a range of sizes for men, women and children based on guage and stitches per inch. This makes things very easy for the prospective designer or knitter. Want to make a sweater out of those ten skeins that have been in your stash for years? Make a guage swatch and find your stitches per inch - the charts will then provide how many stitches to cast on and how, when and where to increase with a stitch count for every step in every guage in yarns from fingering weight to super bulky. Sweater proportions are also reviewed for each style and each size. How long are sleeves? How long is the body of the sweater? The neck hole? The armhole and arm skyce? It is all here for every size and every guage in every style.

Nor are these metrics and proportions limited to just plain colors or styles. Lace and color work have been addressed not only in the patterns provided as part of this lovely book but in theory as well. And the possibilities of complex colorwork and lace from the top down are well explained, nor are they limited to traditional and modern fair isle; there is a zig-zag colorwork pattern in the saddle shoulder style that is a stand-out in terms of design and construction and the pattern should be carefully read by all knitters for the amazing learning opportunity involved.

Overall Ann Budd's new book is a gem, a jewel a must have for knitters and designers. The information is comprehensive and well-organized and allows for the creativity of the individual knitter but fully supports those new to sweater construction. the charts are clear and well organized and the information is applicable and transferable to many other knitting problems and quandaries. A superior book and reference. Highly recommended.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 I Love "Top-Down Sweaters" 18 août 2012
Par Phyllis Staff - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Top-Down Sweaters is my third (and clearly my favorite) of Ann Budd's "knitter's handy" books. My first, purchased years ago, showed me clearly how easy it is to design or adjust a sweater design for any person, any type and gauge of yarn. Hooray! But this book explains even more. Here's my take on "Top-Down Sweaters:"

PROS:

1. When I use one of my Ann Budd "handy" books, I know I'll have a book that lays flat, so I don't have to weigh down the pages. I wish more publishers would print their books with spiral bound pages and a hard-back cover.

2. There are many lovely designs in this book with plenty of ways to change them to make the garment you've been dreaming of.

3. Techniques abound. But this is more of a "learn by doing" book than a strictly technique book. I've been wondering how to work the caps of sleeves on a sweater I'm now knitting. I want to have the sleeves knitted in but wasn't quite sure if I could do this with a set-in sleeve. Now I know how! (HINT: Think short rows.)

4. I'm in love with the coral cardigan on the cover, but I'm not fond of raglan sweaters because that style makes my shoulders look narrow. Using her easy instructions, I can adapt the color and stitch to make myself a cardigan with saddle sleeves rather than the raglan I do not like.

5. Tips are offered throughout the book. As a new spinner, I was pleased to learn that knitting in the round is perfect for hand spun yarn because the imperfections are spread throughout the garment rather than appearing in ugly clumps.

6. Paper is nice and heavy. Photographs are clear, bright, and colorful. I couldn't ask for a better prepared book!

CONS:

None. This is a terrific addition to my knitting library.

OVERALL:

Top-Down is a book that will offer many options for every knitter, from the beginner to the pro, and for every body, from small child to large adult. Get it, or give it to a confirmed knitter.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A hit 12 août 2012
Par K. Krewer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Reliure à spirales|Achat authentifié par Amazon
I really like this book. I need to knit up a lot of hand spun and this book provides options both in design as well as gauge. I can see that this book coupled with the Barbara Stitch Dictonary would be all I needed on a desert island.... full of yarn/ fleece (as if). Note as a + size woman I really like the options to be able to try things on and make on the fly adjustments. I would recommend this book to a friend... and will to my knit group.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Handy book of top down sweaters, GOOD BOOK ******++++ 18 août 2012
Par wildsage - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Reliure à spirales|Achat authentifié par Amazon
This is the book I have been wanting, since I decided to knit sweaters. I have Ann
Bud's Handy book of Patterns and Handy book of Sweater Patterns. Both are excellent. I have used both, sucessfully.With the set of 3 books, I can figure out to make almost any sweater in any magazine, or book, in the size I want. I really like this series of books. I have learned a lot from using them, and the first two books are kind of beat up now, from my carrying them around reading and knitting from them. I wanted to knit a top down raglan (actually I did knit a top down raglan, from a purchased pattern which cost more than this book, which came out way too big). Now I know what I did wrong. I have been waiting,for this book since I first heard it was being written. I like the format, and the way you can use the information to make exactly what you want. If I could give it 10 stars I would.
I am starting my most recent sweater over again. I can all ready see that it will fit better. There are some very nice patterns in the book as well, most of which I could see myself knitting for myself or a relative. Knitter's Handy Book of Top-Down Sweaters: Basic Designs in Multiple Sizes and Gauges
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