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Knit and Tonic TOC (as of 9/19/07) Introduction Chapter 1: Understanding Your Style, Size, and Fit So You Can Make Sweaters You Love to Wear * Figuring Out What Works for You and a Reality Checklist * Figuring Out Your Size So Your Sweater Fits * Reading Knitting Patterns - Schematics and Yarn Choice * What a Dress Form Can Do For You Chapter 2: Unleashing your Inner Designer: Elements to Change and Alter * Making Changes to Existing Patterns: Why Top Down or In the Round and One-Piece Techniques Make Knitting Sweaters Easy * Elements to Change and Alter: Transforming the Neckline Armhole Depth Garment Shaping and Length Sleeve Cap Shaping, Sleeve Length, and "Afterthought" Sleeves Transforming a Pullover into a Cardigan, and Vice Versa Edgings: Substituting One Ribbing Style for Another * Determining how much yarn to buy Chapter 3: Top-Down Raglan Sweaters 1. Pink a.k.a. "Class" Sweater -No-Fuss Classic Crewneck Top-Down Raglan in 10 Easy Steps 2. Indigo Playmate Cardigan 3. Backward Cable Scoop & Turned Around Cap Sleeve Variation 4. Ing¿nue 5. Lion Neck Cardigan 6. Skinny Empire 7. Not-a-Poncho City Cape Chapter 4: Top-Down Set-In Sleeve Sweaters 1. Tang a.k.a. "Class" Sweater -No-Fuss Classic Top-Down Set-in Sleeve Sweater in 10 (Reasonably) Easy Steps 2. Jane Cardigan & Vest Variation 3. Saddle A-Line & Fitted Variation 4. Cameo 5. Sexy Ribs & Ribbed Yoke Pullover Variation 6. Lettuce Coat 7. Ruby & Short Row Variation 8. Mina's Tuxedo Vest & Cowl-Neck Pullover Variation 9. Paradise Beach Cover-Up Chapter 5: Round Yoke Sweaters 1. Round Yoke Cropped & Shoulder Skimming Neckline Variation - Round Yoke Sweaters and Why You Don't Really Need a Pattern 2. Updated Old Classic & Short-Sleeve Modest Neckline Variation Chapter 6: Designing on the Fly - The Do's and Don't's of Designing on-the-Fly 1. Fab Wrap 2. Looks Good on all Sides Scarf (Diamond Moss Stitch) & Wrap Variation (Chevrons) 3. Essential Tank 4. Favorite Cardigan 5. Instant Glamour & Slouchy Variation 6. Karma & Skirt Variation Special Techniques Abbreviations Sources for Supplies Index Acknowledgments
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Knitting -- Patterns.