Master Knitter References

Here are the references I used on my journey through the Master Knitter program.  Some were used on multiple levels, but the majority are unique to each level.

Level I

Finlay, Amy.  KnittingHelp.com.  2009.  <http://www.knittinghelp.com&gt;

Holladay, Arenda.  “On Your Way to the Masters:  Tension Problems.”  Cast On Fall          2002.

Holladay, Arenda.  “On Your Way to the Masters:  Those Pesky Yarn Tails”.  Cast On         Spring 2003.  pages 13-15.

Holladay, Arenda.  “On Your Way to the Masters:  Decreases Part 1.”  Cast On Spring       2005.  pages 22-24.

Holladay, Arenda.  “On Your Way to the Masters:  Choosing Yarn”.  Cast On  Aug-Oct      2005.  pages 30-31.

Knitters Magazine.  The Knitters Handbook.  Sioux Falls, SD:  XRX Inc.,  2005.

Kooler, Donna.  Encyclopedia of Knitting.  Leisure Arts Publication, 2004.

Montileone, Vanessa.  “On Your Way to the Masters: Ribbing Increases”.  Cast On Feb-     Apr 2007.  pages 66-68.

Standards and Guidelines for Crochet and Knitting, Craft Yarn Council of America.

Stanley, Montse.  Knitter’s Handbook.  Pleasantville, New York: Reader’s Digest, 2001.

Square, Vicki.  The Knitters Companion.  Loveland, CO:  Interweave Press, 2006.

Vogue Knitting Magazine.  Vogue Knitting , The Ultimate Knitting Book.  NY:  Sixth and Spring Books, 2002.

Wiseman, Nancy M.  The Knitter’s Book of Finishing Techniques.  Woodinville, WA:        Martingale & Co., 2002.

Pope, Helen.  “On Your Way to the Masters: Choosing your Yarn: Getting the Right           Weight”.  Cast On  Summer 2002.

Level II

Bush, Nancy.  Knitting Vintage Socks: New Twists on Classic Patterns.  Loveland, CO: Interweave Press, 2005.

Buss, Katherina.  Big Book of Knitting.  New York, NY: Sterling Publishing Co., 2001.

Bryan, Suzanne.  “Finessing Argyles.”  Cast On.  Nov 2012- Jan 2013.  Pages 32-33.

Coleman, Ava T.  “On Your Way to the Masters: How It All Began.” Cast On.  Aug – Oct 2008.  Pages 12-13.

Ehrlinger, Lorraine.  “On Your Way to the Masters: Tame Cables, Cable Flare and Puckering.” Cast On.  Winter 2004/2005.  Pages 60-61.

Ferrante, Molly.  “On Your Way to the Masters: Level Two, Swatch 22, Pockets.”            Cast On. Nov 2008-Jan 2009. Pages 66-68.

Gonzalez, Leslie. “On Your Way to the Masters: Successful Kitchener’s Grafting.”            Cast On.  Feb-Apr 2012.  Pages 70-71.

Hiatt, June Hemmons.  The Principles of Knitting. New York, NY: Touchstone, 2012.

Holladay, Arenda.  “Intarsia and Argyles.” TKGA –The Knit and Crochet Show. Sheraton Greensboro, Greensboro, NC.   September 21, 2011.

Holladay, Arenda.  “On Your Way to the Masters:  Decreases Part 1.” Cast On. Spring 2005. Pages 22-24.

Holladay, Arenda.  “On Your Way to the Masters:  Decreases Part 2.” Cast On. Summer 2005.

Holladay, Arenda.  “On Your Way to the Masters:  Picking Up Stitches.”Cast On. Winter 2002-2003. Pages 12-14.

Holladay, Arenda.  “On Your Way to the Masters: Seams – Part 1.”Cast On.  Aug-Oct 2007.  Pages 67-69.

Holladay, Arenda.  “On Your Way to the Masters: Seams – Part 2.” Cast On.  Nov 2007 – Jan 2008. Pages 65-66.

Holladay, Arenda.  “On Your Way to the Masters: Seams – Part 3.” Cast On.  Feb – Apr 2008. Pages 64-66.

Holladay, Arenda.  “On Your Way to the Masters: Why an Argyle Sock?” Cast On.  Winter 2003-2004.

Knitters Magazine.  The Knitter’s Handbook. Sioux Falls, SD: XRX Inc., 2005.

Knight, Erika, ed.  The Harmony Guides: Cables and Arans, 250 Stitches to Knit.  Loveland, CO: Interweave Press, 2007.

Kooler, Donna.  Encyclopedia of Knitting. Leisure Arts Publication, 2004.

Macdonald, Anne L.  No Idle Hands: The Social History of American Knitting.  New York, NY: Ballentine Books, 1988.

Paden, Shirley.  Knitwear Design Workshop.  Loveland, CO: Interweave Press LLC, 2009.

Rutt, Richard.  A History of Hand Knitting.  London: BT Batsford Ltd, 1989.

Sease, Cap.  Cast On, Bind Off: 211 Ways to Begin and End Your Knitting.  Bothwell, WA:  Martingale, 2012.

Standards and Guidelines for Crochet and Knitting. Craft Yarn Council of America.

Stanley, Montse.  Reader’s Digest Knitter’s Handbook.  Pleasantville, New York: Reader’s Digest,  2001.

Starmore, Alice.  Book of Fair Isle Knitting.  Mineola, NY: Dover Publications, Inc, 1988.

Strawn, Susan M.  Knitting America.  Minneapolis, MN: Voyageur Press, 2007.

Square, Vicki.  The Knitter’s Companion. Loveland, CO: Interweave Press, 2006.

Theaker, Julie. “ History 101.”  Knitty.  Spring 2006.            http://www.knitty.com/ISSUEspring06/FEAThistory101.html

Thomas, Mary.  Mary Thomas’s Knitting Book.  New York, NY: Dover Publications,  1972.

Vance, Carolyn.  “On Your Way to the Masters: Buttonholes.”Cast On.  May-July 2008. Pages 64-65.

Vogue Knitting Magazine.  Vogue Knitting, The Ultimate Knitting Book.  NY: Sixth and Spring Books, 2002.

Walker, Barbara G.   A Second Treasury of Knitting Patterns.  Pittsville, WI: Schoolhouse Press,   2010.

Wiseman, Nancie M.  The Knitter’s Book of Finishing Techniques. Woodinville, WA: Martingale & Co., 2002.

Zimmerman, Elizabeth.  Knitting Without Tears.  New York, NY: Fireside, 1995.

Level III

Bestor, Leslie Ann.  Cast On, Bind Off: 54 Step-by-Step Methods.  North Adams, MA: Storey Publishing,  2012.

Bush, Nancy.  ‘A Stork’s Nest Scarf’.  Knitting Traditions.  Winter 2010.  Pages 114-155.

Bush, Nancy.  Knitted Lace of Estonia: Techniques, Patterns, and Traditions.  Loveland, CO:  Interweave Press, 2008.

Bush, Nancy.  ‘The Lace Knitting of Haapsalu.’  Knitting Traditions.  Winter 2011. Pages 115-116.

Bryan, Suzanne.  “Stitch Anatomy Series: Double Knitting Lesson.” Cast On. May-July 2012. Pages 9-13.

“Cotton”. Wikipedia.  Accessed 6/6/2013.  <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cotton&gt;

Davies, Kate.  “Katie Davies Designs – Steeks 3: The Sandwich.”  Accessed 2/23/2014.  <http://katedaviesdesigns.com/2012/04/30/steeks-3-the-sandwich&gt;

Erlbacher, Maria.  Twisted-Stitch Knitting.  Pittsville, WI: SchoolHouse Press, 2009.

Ehrlinger, Lorraine.  “On Your Way to the Masters: Tame Cables, Cable Flare and Puckering.” Cast On.  Winter 2004/2005.  Pages 60-61.

Ehrlinger, Lorraine.  “On Your Way to the Masters: Twisted Stitches or Cabled or Maybe Both?” Cast On. Feb-Apr 2006. Pages 62-63.

“Fix Garment Sizing Issues with Eunny Jang”.  Interweave CraftYouTube Channel Accessed 6/17/2013. <http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=yxa1qDFRBN4#!&gt;

Forte, Mary. “On Your Way to the Masters: Crafting Bind Offs.” Cast On. Nov 09- Jan 2010. Pages 67-68.

Forte, Mary. “On Your Way to the Masters: Crafting Cast Ons.” Cast On. Aug-Oct 2009.  Pages 66-68.

Forte, Mary.  “On Your Way to the Masters: Fair Isle- A Quick History.” Cast On. Feb-Apr 2009.  Pages 10-11.

Forte, Mary.  “Stitch Anatomy: Entrelac Knitting Lesson”.  Cast On.  Aug-Oct 2009.  Pages 30-36.

Gonzalez, Leslie and Schwan, Binka.  “On Your Way to the Masters: Designing Charts for     Swatches.” Cast On. May-July 2012. Pges 68-71.

Hiatt, June Hemmons.  The Principles of Knitting. New York, NY: Touchstone, 2012.

“The History of Estonia”.  Wikipedia.  Accessed 12/12/13.<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Estonia&gt;

“History of Silk”.  Wikipedia.  Accessed 6/5/2013.            <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_silk&gt;

Holladay, Arenda.  “Bavarian Traveling Stitch”.  Cast On.  Nov 2010- Jan 2011. Pages 37-39.

Holladay, Arenda.  “Circles Within Circles Shawl.” Cast On. February – April 2013.  Pages 22-23.

Holladay, Arenda.  “On Your Way to the Masters: Mosaic and Slip Stitch Patterns.”  Cast On. May-July 2006. Pages 66-67.

Hollingworth, Shelagh.  Traditional Aran Knitting.  Mineola, NY: Dover Publications, Inc., 2006.

Intwined Pattern Studio.  Charting Software.  Version 1.5.3.  Copyright 2009-2012, Favor Software.

Jang, Eunny.  “Steek Series: The Difference”.  See Eunny Knithttp://www.eunnyjang.com. Accessed 6/17/2013. <http://www.eunnyjang.com/knit/2006/02/the_difference.html&gt;

Jang, Eunny.  “The Steeking Chronicles”.  See Eunny Knithttp://www.eunnyjang.com.             Accessed 6/17/2013.             <http://www.eunnyjang.com/knit/2006/01/the_steeking_chronicles.html&gt;

Khmeleva, Galina and Noble, Carol R.  Gossamer Webs: The History and Techniques of Orenburg Lace Shawls.  Loveland, CO: Interweave Press, 1998.

Khmeleva, Galina A, and Noble, Carol R.  ‘Orenburg Gossamer and Warm Shawls from Russia’.  Knitting Traditions.  Winter 2010. Pages 107-108.

Knight, Erika, ed.  The Harmony Guides: Cables and Arans, 250 Stitches to Knit.  Loveland, CO: Interweave Press, 2007.

Knight, Erika, ed.  The Harmony Guides: Knit and Purl, 250 Stitches to Knit.  Loveland, CO: Interweave Press, 2007.

Kralicek, Arlie.  “On Your Way to the Masters: Yarnovers in Plain English.”  Cast On. Feb-Apr 2010. Pages 66-67.

Marchant, Nancy.  “Honeycomb Brioche Stitch.”  BriocheStitch.com.  2007. Accessed April 25, 2013.  http://briochestitch.com/brioche/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=38&Itemid=33

Mates, Kathryn.  “On Your Way to the Masters: Keys to Successful Duplicate Stitch.”  Cast On. Feb-Apr 2008.  Pages 58-59.

McAdam, Celia.  “Duplicate Stitch Lesson.”  Cast On.  Feb-Apr 2012.  Pages 9-12.

Nargi, Lela.  Knitting Around the World: A Multi-Stranded History of a Time-Honored Tradition.  Minneapolis, MN: Voyageur Press, 2011.

Nelson, Cindy.  “On Your Way to the Masters: Lace.” Cast On. May-July 2007.  Pages 64-65.

“Nylon”.  Wikipedia.  Accessed 6/7/2013.  < http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nylon&gt;

Paden, Shirley.  Knitwear Design Workshop.  Loveland, CO: Interweave Press LLC, 2009.

“Relecture – Siiri Reimann & Aime Edasi: The Haapsalu Shawl”.  KnittingKonrad.Wordpress.com.  Accessed 12/12/13.  <http://knittingkonrad.wordpress.com/2013/09/26/relecture-siiri-reimann-aime-edasi-the-haapsalu-shawl/ >

“Revealing the History of Sheep Domestication Using Retrovirus Integrations”.   Science.  2009.  April 24; 324(5926): 532–536.  Accessed 6/6/2013.  <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3145132/&gt;

Robson, Deborah and Ekarius, Carol.  The Fleece and Fiber Sourcebook.  North Adams, MA:  Storey Publishing, 2011.

Schwan, Binka.  “On Your Way to the Masters: Central Double Increases”. Cast On. Nov 2011-Jan 2012.  Page 71.

Sease, Cap.  Cast On, Bind Off: 211 Ways to Begin and End Your Knitting.  Bothwell, WA:  Martingale, 2012.

Staiman, Jeny.  “Interlock Bind-Off”.  Knitty. Spring-Summer 2011.  Accessed 5/22/2013. < http://www.knitty.com/ISSUEss11/FEATinterlock.php&gt;

Standards and Guidelines for Crochet and Knitting. Craft Yarn Council of America.

Stanley, Montse.  Reader’s Digest Knitter’s Handbook.  Pleasantville, New York: Reader’s Digest, 2001.

Starmore, Alice.  Book of Fair Isle Knitting.  Mineola, NY: Dover Publications, Inc, 1988.

Starmore, Alice.  Alice Starmore’s Charts for Color Knitting.  Mineola, New York: Dover     Publications, Inc., 2011

Strick, Candace Eisner.  “How to Work Austrian Traveling Twisted Stitches”.  Cast On. Winter 2003/2004.  Pages 34-36.

Stove, Margaret.  Wrapped in Lace: Knitted Heirloom Designs from Around the World.    Loveland, CO: Interweave Press, 2010.

Szabo, Janet.  Aran Sweater Design.  Kalispell, MT: Big Sky Knitting Designs, 2006.

“Horizontal Buttonholes.”  TECHKnitting.blogspot.com.  Accessed 3/1/14.<http://techknitting.blogspot.com/2012/03/horizontal-buttonholes-including-new.html&gt;

Vance, Carolyn.  “On Your Way to the Masters: Buttonholes.” Cast On.  May-July 2008. Pages 64-65.

Walker, Barbara G.   A Second Treasury of Knitting Patterns.  Pittsville, WI: Schoolhouse Press,   1998.

Walker, Barbara G.  A Third Treasury of Knitting Patterns.   Pittsville, WI: Schoolhouse Press, 1998.

Walker, Barbara G.  A Treasury of Knitting Patterns.   Pittsville, WI: Schoolhouse Press, 1998.

Walker, Barbara G.  Mosaic Knitting.  Pittsville, WI: Schoolhouse Press, 2008.

Wiseman, Nancie M.  The Knitter’s Book of Finishing Techniques. Woodinville, WA: Martingale & Co., 2002.

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