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The concept of Sequence Knitting is simple: take a sequence of stitches and repeat them again and again. Depending on how you repeat them, different fabrics can be created. While a few of these fabrics are familiar, many are new to the knitting world.
Beginning with 1-row patterns, the book delves into the possibilities of this technique, expanding into methods for creating complex designs that can be worked back and forth, in the round, or in shapes like triangles. The book includes stitch dictionaries with over 190 fabrics, many of which are new and reversible, as well as over 40 patterns for simple and elegant accessories.
Also see the Fall 2015 issue of Vogue Knitting, which is available in print and as a single-issue electronic purchase: Vogue Knitting
New in the fall of 2017 is a Field Guide about sequence knitting done in collaboration with Mason-Dixon Knitting: Mason-Dixon Knitting
Cecelia Campochiaro is a knitter who lives in Silicon Valley. Sequence Knitting is her first publication outside the sciences. She grew up in a family of artists and has been knitting since she was 12.
$60 USD / Hardcover / Smythe Sewn / 10.5” x 10” / 388 Pages / Over 900 charts and images
“In Sequence Knitting, Cecelia Campochiaro reveals the algorithms that underpin the texture of our knitted fabrics and distills a fascinating investigation into the simplest of principles, offering us the definitive book of one-row patterns. Lavishly illustrated and beautifully presented, her compelling discovery has us reaching for yarn and needles to test her formula for ourselves or to cast on one of the many intriguing projects she proposes.”
“Sequence Knitting introduces a very simple knitting concept. One is then lead into a scientific method of researching, analyzing, classifying and finally producing finished pieces of such exquisite quality that it is hard to believe they came from that original simple concept. Cecelia Campochiaro has produced a knitting book that is sure to become an enduring classic and the endless amount of ideas to come from this book are yet to be realized. I can’t wait for the knitting world to embrace it.”
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