Best Reference Books – Advance Knitting and Nonwovens

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Advance Knitting and Nonwovens subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Advance Knitting and Nonwovens along with reviews.

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1. “Advances in Technical Nonwovens (Woodhead Publishing Series in Textiles)” by George Kellie

“Advances in Technical Nonwovens (Woodhead Publishing Series in Textiles)” Book Review: This book provides various developments in materials and manufacturing technology. The book explains the use of green recycled and biopolymer materials. It also gives the applications of technical nonwovens. The book contains details of filtration, construction, furnishing, packaging, medical and hygiene products. It provides knowledge of automotive textiles, energy applications, geo- and agrotextiles.

2. “The Complete Guide on Advance Knitting: With Step by Step Instructions With Detailed Pictures to Expand Your Knitting Skills and Knowledge: 3” by Kathy Wilston
3. “The Complete Volume on Crocheting and Knitting: Learn How to Crochet and Knit from Beginner to Advance” by Dorothy Wilks

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“The Complete Volume on Crocheting and Knitting: Learn How to Crochet and Knit from Beginner to Advance” Book Review: This book provides complete information about crochet stitches and techniques. It describes various types of yarn fibers. It contains tips and tricks for getting the perfect edging. This book also contains a number of crochet patterns. It helps in understanding charts and graphs to make the crochet patterns. It introduces various colour work techniques like intarsia, fair isle and tapestry crochet. The book provides various illustrations for better understanding of the topic. The book is useful for anyone who is interested in knowing about crochet.

4. “Knit: Advance Knitting (Intarsia Knitting, Fair Isle Knitting, Advance Stitches and Fun Yarns)” by Susan Wilters
5. “Advances in Knitting Technology” by T Dias

“Advances in Knitting Technology” Book Review: The book is beneficial for designers, engineers and technicians who are interested in knowing about knitted textiles and garments. It discusses the basic principles and types of knitting. It contains developments in weft knitting and knitted fabric composites. This book also presents technical knitted applications, including medical textiles.

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6. “The Complete Guide on How to Knit from Beginner to Expert: Learn How to Knit from Beginner to Expert” by Dorothy Wilks

“The Complete Guide on How to Knit from Beginner to Expert: Learn How to Knit from Beginner to Expert” Book Review: The book is helpful for anyone interested in learning knitting from basics. This book provides basic techniques of knitting. It gives information about various fibers. The book also contains various knitting patterns.

7. “Beyond the Basics Advanced Crocheting Skills: Take Your Crochet Skills to the Next Level” by Betty Kraus
8. “400 Knitting Stitches: A Complete Dictionary of Essential Stitch Patterns” by Potter Craft

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“400 Knitting Stitches: A Complete Dictionary of Essential Stitch Patterns” Book Review: The book starts with basic knitting techniques. It provides a number of stitch combinations. The book includes knit-purl, crossed and cables, slipped, lacy, double, twisted, cast-off and fancy stitches. The book comprises clear instructions for knitting stitches, along with the coloured pictures. The book is beneficial for anyone, including beginner to experienced knitter.

9. “Loom Knitting Guide and Patterns” by Kristen K Mangus

“Loom Knitting Guide and Patterns” Book Review: The book can be used by beginner to advanced level loom knitters. It gives the readers step-by-step instructions for working on the knitting pattern. The book contains a chart on looms listed in their gauge. It gives knowledge of needle range, yarn weight, stitches per inch and perfect crochet hook along with the knitting pattern.

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10. “Big Book of Knitting: Everything you need for 100 gorgeous projects” by DK

“Big Book of Knitting: Everything you need for 100 gorgeous projects” Book Review: The book provides various knitting techniques. It helps in choosing the perfect knitting needles and yarn. The book includes cast-on, knit, purl, cast-off, cables, lace and fair isle. It discusses methods to knit a scarf, a cable knit hat, cushion covers and toys. The book provides step-by-step instructions of knitting.

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