Susan Guagliumi

Craft Lover + Author + Gardener

B O O K

Knitting Cuff to Cuff: Twelve Sweaters One Way

By working with one simple cuff-to-cuff shape as your canvas, you can vary color, patterning, surface textures, embellishments, and finishing details to produce a dozen classic and creative designs for men, women, and children—from the very easy rolled-edge Crayon Stripes pullover to the more sophisticated crochet-edged Jewels shrug.

“Good introductory material plus 12 sweaters more or less the same but each with somed variations in neckline or sleeves or finishing. In addition each pattern has more information than usually given for a pattern which is quite helpful. Only complaint is that there are only 12 sweaters.” M. Poller (Amazon)
“This is a fun book, easily done, for the most part, with some knitting challenges for an advanced beginner. The concept of cuff to cuff knitting is great fun, and easily adapted to fit a variety of body shapes and sizes.” Crazy-for-Crafting (Amazon.com)

Knitting Cuff to Cuff

  • About: Full color, 96 pages, ebook. Each pattern in this book features one or more distinctive design variations in this collection for men, women and children. A special section at the back includes tips for machine knitters for adapting all twelve sweater patterns to the machine.
  • Buy the Book: Amazon
  • Publisher: Creative Publishing International
  • ISBN: 1-58923-290-9
  • Erratum: PDF