Bibliographie : II. Des patrons aux tricots

Une liste de livres autour des techniques de tricot, et une sélection de livres de patrons.


Plan de l’article

  1. Bibliographie : I. Des fibres aux fils : aller à la première partie de la bibliographie
  2. Bibliographie : II. Des patrons aux tricots :
    1. Vogue Knitting. The Ultimate Knitting Book, Vogue Knitting Magazine (2018, 2002, 1989)
    2. Cast on, bind off. 54 step-by-step methods. Find the perfect start and finish for every knitting project, Leslie Ann Bestor (2012)
    3. Increase, decrease. 99 step-by-step methods. Find the Perfect Technique for Shaping Every Knitting Project, Judith Durant (2015)
    4. The knitter's book of socks. The yarn lover's ultimate guide to creating socks that fit well, feel great, and last a lifetime, Clara Parkes (2011)
    5. The Beginner’s Guide to Writing Knitting Patterns. Learn to write patterns others can knit, Kate Atherley (2016, 2014)
    6. クチュール・ニット 模様編み250, Hitomi Shida (志田 ひとみ) (2005)
    7. クチュールニット 棒針の模様編み集260, Hitomi Shida (志田 ひとみ) (2015)
    8. 風工房のお気に入り 棒針模様200, Yoko Hatta (洋子 服田), alias Kazekobo (風工房) (2010)

Vogue Knitting. The Ultimate Knitting Book, Vogue Knitting Magazine (2018, 2002, 1989)

Couverture du livre Vogue Knitting. The Ultimate Knitting Book

Présentation :

First published in 1989 to meet the needs of the growing fashion knitting community, Vogue Knitting: The Ultimate Knitting Book instantly became a trusted and beloved resource for knitters. The second edition, released in 2002, only further cemented its place as the most trusted knitting resource. To date, more than 1 million copies across both editions have been sold. The past fifteen years have seen many exciting advances in knitting, and it is once again time for an update. The library of cast-ons, increases, decreases, and bind-offs has been expanded with new essentials. Brioche, entrelac, double knitting, and mosaic knitting—former trends that are now favorite techniques—each have an in-depth section. The design and construction chapters, formerly only covering sweaters, now also includes dozens of options for hats, mittens, socks, gloves, and more than 25 shawl shapes.

New comprehensive chapters on lace and cabling incorporate everything a knitter could possibly need to know when increasing, decreasing, reading charts, working borders, and much more. Information about knitters' tools, correcting errors, finishing, embellishing, and garment care have all been expanded to provide a masterly understanding of every stage of knitting.

With updated, revised, and new material throughout, more than 70 additional pages, and more than 1,600 photos and hand-drawn step-by-step illustrations, Vogue Knitting: The Ultimate Knitting Book, Completely Revised and Updated is surprisingly easy to navigate with thorough indexing and footnote cross-referencing. From beginners needing to learn the very basics to seasoned knitters needing a refresher on a complex technique, this is a guide that every knitter will cherish for years and years to come.

Sixth & Spring Books

Auteurs : Vogue Knitting Magazine Langue : anglais

Tables des matières : (d’après la dernière édition)

The Original Vogue Knitting Book (1989)
The New Volume (2018)
Special Features of This Book
1. Yarns and Supplies
   Yarns
   Tools
   Accessories
   Guetting Organised
2. Basic Techniques
   The Structure of Knitting
   Holding Yarn and Needles
   Casting On
   The Basic Knit Stitch
   The Basic Purl Stitch
   Basic Stitch Patterns
   Joining Yarns
   Increases
   Decreases
   Binding Off
3. Cables
   Introduction to Cables
   Types of Cables
   Understanding Cable Symbols
   Reading Cable Charts
   Cable Stitches and Symbols
   Cabling Without a Cable Needle
4. Color Knitting
   Stranded Knitting
   Intarsia
   Bobbins
   Charts
   Horizontal Stripes
   Vertical Stripes
   Slip Stitches
   Mosaic Knitting
   Short-Row Color Knitting
   Plaid Knitting
5. Lace
   Introduction to Lace
   Yarn Overs
   Decreases
   Reading Lace Charts
   Shaping in Lace
   Lace Borders and Edgings
   Blocking Lace
   Correcting Mistakes in Lace Knitting
6. Circular Knitting
   Knitting in the Round
   Circular Needles
   Double-Pointed Needles
   Two Circular Needles
   Magic Loop
   Jogless Join
   Steeking
   Moebius Knitting
7. Directional Knitting
   Entrelac
   How to Knit Entrelac in the Round
   Modular Knitting
   Bias Knitting
   Center-Out Knitting
   Center-Out Squares
   Center-Out Circles
   Center-Out Geometric Shapes
   Center-Out Stars
8. Advanced Techniques
   Brioche Knitting
   Double Knitting
   Tucks
   Loop Stitch
   Elongated and Drop Stitches
   Felting
9. Understanding Instructions
   Understanding Garment Knitting Instructions
   Shematics
   Gauge
   Gauge Swatch for Knitting in the Round
   Counting Rows
   Knitting Abbreviations Explained
   Crochet Abbreviations Explained
   Knitting Terminology
   Symbols
   Unusual and Alternative Symbols
10. Correcting Errors
    Correcting Errors
11. Finishing
    Introduction to Blocking
    Blocking Materials
    Blocking
    Seaming
    Grafting or Kitchener Stitch
    Picking Up Stitches
    Sewing in a Sleeve
    Attaching Separate Pieces and Hemming
12. Designing Sweaters
    Introduction to Designing Sweaters
    The Conceptual Process
    Planning Yarn Amounts
    Body Measurements
    Using the Vogue Knitting Design Worksheet
    Vogue Knitting Design Worksheet
    Ribbing
    Body Shaping
    Armhole Shaping
    Raglan Armhole Shaping
    Neck and Shoulder Shaping
    Sleeve Shaping
    Set-In Cap Shaping
    Raglan Cap Shaping
    Cardigan Shaping
    Dart Shaping
    Short Row Shaping
    Circular Design
    Selvages
    Neckbrands
    Collars
    Plackets
    Buttonholes
    Bands, Borders, and Edges
    Crochet Edges
    Hems
    Patch Pockets
    Inset Pockets
    Pleats and Tucks
    Gathers, Ruching, and Flares
    Finishing Touches
    Shoulder	Pads
    Using Elastic
    Buttons
    Zippers
    Linings
13. Designing Shawls
    Introduction to Shawls
    Designing Shawls
    Square and Rectangular Shawls
    Shetland Construction
    Triangular Shawls
    Circular and Half-Circular Shawls
    Circular and Half-Circular Spiral Shawls
    Crescent and Short-Row Shaped Shawls
    Faroese Shawl Construction
    Nupps and Beads
    Ruanas
14. Designing Accessories
    Caps and Hats
    Anatomy of a Hat
    Types of Hats
    Designing Hats
    Blocking Hats
    Mittens and Gloves
    Anatomy of Mittens and Gloves
    Measuring the Hand for Mittens and Gloves
    Designing Mittens and Gloves
    Making Fingerless Gloves and Mittens
    Mittens
    Gloves
    Socks and Stockings
    Anatomy of a Sock
    Designing Socks
    Cuff-Down Socks
    Toe-Up Socks
    Toes and Heels
    Knitting Knee-high and Over-The-Knee Socks
    Blocking and Caring for Socks
15. Embellishments
    Embroidery
    Knitting with Beads
    Knitting with Sequins
    Additions
16. Caring for Knitwear
    Cleaning
    Folding and Storing
Index
Credits

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Cast on, bind off. 54 step-by-step methods. Find the perfect start and finish for every knitting project, Leslie Ann Bestor (2012)

Couverture du livre Cast on, bind off. 54 step-by-step methods. Find the perfect start and finish for every knitting project

Présentation :

Discover the perfect beginning and ending for every knitting project! Detailed instructions for each technique are combined with step-by-step photography to help you create edges that are tighter, looser, stretchier, or lacier. No matter what you’re knitting, Leslie Ann Bestor has the cast on and bind off that will give your project the perfect edge.

Storey Publishing

Autrice : Leslie Ann Bestor Date de première publication : mai 2012 Premier éditeur : Storey Publishing, North Adams, USA Langue : anglais

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Tables des matières :

Introduction: Beginnings and Endings
Quick Start Guide
1. Cast Ons
   Basic
   Stretchy
   Decorative
   Circular
   Double-Sided
   Multicolor
   Provisional
   Tubular
   Möbius
2. Bind Offs
   Basic
   Stretchy
   Decorative
   Sewn
Resources
Acknowledgments
Index

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Increase, decrease. 99 step-by-step methods. Find the Perfect Technique for Shaping Every Knitting Project, Judith Durant (2015)

Couverture du livre Increase, decrease. 99 step-by-step methods. Find the Perfect Technique for Shaping Every Knitting Project

Présentation :

The secret to knitting great-fitting hats and shaping elegant sleeves lies in using the right increase or decrease techniques. Approachable and insightful, Judith Durant provides clear instructions and step-by-step photographs that showcase swatches for each technique. From working shaped lace to adjusting necklines, you’ll soon have a go-to strategy for successfully tackling knitting challenges of all shapes and sizes.

Storey Publishing

Autrice : Judith Durant Date de première publication : mai 2015 Premier éditeur : Storey Publishing, North Adams, USA Langue : anglais

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Tables des matières :

Dedication
Introduction
I. Increase
   1. Neutral Increases
      Open Neutral Increases
      Closed Neutral Increases
   2. Right- and Left-Leaning Increases
      Paired Increases
   3. Multiple-Stitch Increases
      Multiple Increases in One Stitch
      Multiple Increases between Stitches
   4. Centered Double Increases
      Open Centered Double Increases
      Closed Centered Double Increases
II. Decrease
   5. Single Decreases
      Paired Single Decreases
   6. Double Decreases
      Paired Double Decreases
      Vertical Double Decreases
   7. Multiple Stitch Decreases
      Reducing Four Stitches to One
      Reducing Five Stitches to One
III. Combinations and Special Circumstances
   8. Increase and Decrease for Decorative Effect
      Bobbles
      Ruching
      Closed-Ring Cables
      Textured Patterns
      Lace
   9. Special Circumstances
      Shaping Textured Patterns
      Shaping Lace Patterns
      Shaping Color Patterns
Common Abbreviations
Common Symbols
Index
Acknowledgments

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The knitter's book of socks. The yarn lover's ultimate guide to creating socks that fit well, feel great, and last a lifetime, Clara Parkes (2011)

Couverture du livre The knitter's book of socks. The yarn lover's ultimate guide to creating socks that fit well, feel great, and last a lifetime

Présentation :

A sock is a work of wonder. No other knitted garment has as many structural demands or endures as much wear and tear. The humble sock must defy gravity, suffer the confines of our shoes, and endure being trampled on all day long.

All too often, the root cause of a sock’s triumph or failure is the yarn itself. In The Knitter’s Book of Socks, Clara Parkes shows you how to knit socks from yarn up, following the sock yarn life cycle from its foundations to its final moments on a proud foot. By understanding a sock’s basic needs—elasticity, strength, and moisture management—you’ll learn how to play with these tools like building blocks, confidently combining fiber, twist, ply, pattern, and clever stitch tricks to construct your perfect pair of socks.

To help put these principles into practice, The Knitter’s Book of Socks also offers 20 fresh, original patterns from today’s sock-design luminaries, including Cookie A, Cat Bordhi, Ann Budd, Nancy Bush, Anne Hanson, and Melissa Morgan-Oakes. The socks presented here run the gamut from simple knit-and-purl combinations suitable for beginners to innovative designs with lush colorwork, swirling cables, and delicate lace.

Understanding the elements of yarn is the first step on every successful sock knitting journey. With this book as your guide, you’ll learn how to make any sock yarn shine and love every pair of socks you knit.

Penguin Random House

Autrice : Clara Parkes Date de première publication : octobre 2011 Premier éditeur : Potter Craft, New-York, USA Langue : anglais

Tables des matières :

Introduction
1. What a Sock Needs
   Lasting Elasticity
      Young’s Modulus
   Brute Strength
      Abrasion
      Tensile Strength
   Moisture Management
      Regain
      Wicking
   A Willingness to Be Worked and Worn
   Let the Mystery Be
2. Fiber Foundations
   Molecules Matter
   The Language of Sock Fibers
      Staple Length
      Surface Structure
      Fineness
   Protein Fibers
      Sheep
      Alpaca
      Mohair
      Luxury Fibers: Cashmere, Bison, Yak, and Qiviut
      Angora
   Silk
   Plant Fibers
      Seed Fibers
      Bast Fibers
   Regenerated Cellulose
   Synthetic Fibers
      Nylon
      Polyester and Acrylic
      Lycra
3. The Yarns
   Getting Twist Right
   Singles
   Two Plies
      Relaxed Two-Ply Yarn
      Tightly Twisted Two-Ply Yarn
   Three Plies
   Four and More Plies
   S-on-S Cables
   True Cables
   Core-Spun
4. Stitch Tricks
   Tricks for Elasticity
      Ribbing
      Stretchy Increases
      The Cable Conundrum
      Faux Cables
   Tricks for Strength
      Twisted Stitches
      Swapping Sizes and Trigger-Loading
      Slipping Stitches
      Stranding and Double Knitting
      Helpful Heels
   A Final Note about Fit
5. The Patterns
   Stepping-Stones by Clara Parkes
   Darjeeling by Cat Bordhi
   Hickory by Jane Cochran
   Elm by Cookie A
   Salted Caramels by Stephen Houghton
   Firefly by Jennifer Hagan
   Rocaille by Norah Gaughan
   Buddleia by Marlaina Bird
   Veil of Rosebuds by Anne Hanson
   Isabella d’Este by Jayme Stahl
   Tutu by Melissa Morgan-Oakes
   Lady Tryamour by Sivia Harding
   Kensington by Nancy Bush
   Hummingbird by Sandi Rosner
   Prana by Cirilia Rose
   Strago by Jared Flood
   Cape Spear by Lucy Neatby
   Percheron by Kathryn Alexander
   Turbo Toes by A. Karen Alfke
   Annapurna by Ann Budd
Resources
   Caring for Socks
   Abbreviations and Techniques
   Foot Length Tables
      Women’s Shoe Sizes
      Men’s Shoe Sizes
      Children’s Shoe Sizes
   Materials Resources
   Craft Yarn Council Standard Yarn Weight System
   Recommended Reading
About the Designers
Acknowledgments
Index

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The Beginner’s Guide to Writing Knitting Patterns. Learn to write patterns others can knit, Kate Atherley (2016, 2014)

Présentation :

Writing clear, easy-to-follow knitting patterns is easier than you think! In The Beginner's Guide to Writing Knitting Patterns, knitting expert Kate Atherley provides everything you need to know to share your projects with fellow knitters. This one-stop guide includes concrete guidelines with lots of examples on everything from pattern writing basics, to schematics and charts, to handling multiple sizes, establishing a personal style sheet, and more. The book addresses the details of how to create complete, clear and easy-to-use knitting patterns, for any type of design, and for any level of knitter. You'll also find details on:

  • Pattern structure and elements
  • Formatting and layout
  • How to go from test knitting to a final publication
  • Online platforms, processes, and good business practices
  • An introduction to important copyright laws
  • A basic pattern template and resources are also provided.

Whether you're looking to share a project with a close friend or your growing online customer base, The Beginner's Guide to Writing Knitting Patterns is the comprehensive guide that can help you translate your project into a set of instructions that any knitter can follow.

Goodreads

Autrice : Kate Atherley Langue : anglais

Tables des matières : (d’après la dernière édition)

Introduction
1. Pattern Structure & Elements
2. The Actual Knitting Instructions
3. Charts
4. Grading
5. Formatting & Layout
6. The Process
7. Selling Online
8. On Copyright
Appendix A: Basic Pattern Template
Appendix B: Abbreviations, Standard Terms & Glossary
Appendix C: Resources & Bibliography
Index
Dedication
Acknowledgments
About the Author

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クチュール・ニット 模様編み250, Hitomi Shida (志田 ひとみ) (2005)

Présentation :

1年に1冊ずつ出版している「クチュールニット」で発表したもの、今までの仕事の中で考えたもの、そして新しく創作したもの、さらにエジングを加えて250種類の模様をまとめた模様編みの本。

Amazon Japon

Un livre de 250 modèles de tricot à motifs, certains publiés dans Couture Knit, qui publie un livre par an, d’autres auxquels j’ai pensé dans mes précédents travaux, et d’autres encore nouvellement créés, plus les bordures.

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Autrice : Hitomi Shida (志田 ひとみ) Date de première publication : décembre 2005 Premier éditeur : Nihon Vogue (日本ヴォーグ社), Tokyo, Japon Langue : japonais

Traductions publiées :

Tables des matières : (d’après la traduction anglaise)

About this collection
About this book
A guide to the symbols
1. Openwork patterns
2. Overall patterns
3. Pattern arrangements
4. Patterns with crossing stitches
5. Panel patterns
6. Edgings
Knitting symbols

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クチュールニット 棒針の模様編み集260, Hitomi Shida (志田 ひとみ) (2015)

Couverture du livre クチュールニット 棒針の模様編み集260

Présentation :

2005年に出版された「クチュール・ニット 模様編み250」に続く、手編みファン待望のニット作家志田ひとみの「棒針の模様編み集」。今年、秋冬版の「クチュール・ニット」は記念の20号となった。これを機に、主に「クチュール・ニット11~20秋冬版」と「クチュール・ニット春夏1~7」の作品の模様編みから260パターンをセレクト。透かし模様、地模様&交差模様、パネル模様、模様編みのアレンジ、丸ヨーク(分散増減目)、エジングの6つのテーマに分類し、編みたい模様が選びやすいインデックスつきで、一年中使えます。模様をいろいろと組み合わせたり、素材を変えたりと、オリジナルの作品作りに是非お役立てください。 […]

Tezukuri Town

Faisant suite à Couture Knit : Knitting Patterns 250 publié en 2005, Couture Knit : Knitting Patterns 260 est une collection de tricot à l’aiguille par Hitomi Shida, une artiste du tricot qui est depuis longtemps une fan du tricot à la main. Cette année, l’édition automne/hiver de Couture Knit en est à son vingtième numéro. Profitant de cette occasion, elle a sélectionné 260 motifs de ses séries Couture Knit 11-20 Autumn/Winter Edition et Couture Knit Spring/Summer 1-7. Les motifs sont classés en 6 thèmes : motifs ajourés, motifs torsadés, motifs de blocs, motifs avec augmentations et diminutions des mailles (empiècements ronds) et bordures. Ils sont indexés pour faciliter la sélection du motif que vous souhaitez tricoter et peuvent être utilisés tout au long de l’année. En combinant des motifs de différentes manières et en changeant les matériaux, vous pouvez créer votre propre œuvre d’art originale. […]

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Autrice: Hitomi Shida (志田 ひとみ) Date de première publication : novembre 2015 Premier éditeur : Nihon Vogue (日本ヴォーグ社), Tokyo, Japon Langue : japonais

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Tables des matières : (d’après la traduction anglaise)

Welcome to the World of Japanese Knitting
   About Japanese stitch pattern charts in general
   If you’re knitting back and forth
   If you’re knitting in the round
   Symbol definitions
   About these charts in particular
   “Knot” stitches
   Other notations
A Guide to the Symbols
1. Lacy Patterns
2. Overall Patterns and Crossing Stitches
3. Pattern Panels
4. Pattern Arrangements
5. Round Yokes
6. Edgings

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風工房のお気に入り 棒針模様200, Yoko Hatta (洋子 服田), alias Kazekobo (風工房) (2010)

Couverture du livre 風工房のお気に入り 棒針模様200

Présentation :

長年最前線で活躍を続けるニットデザイナー風工房。彼女の集大成ともいえる模様編み集の第2弾です。第1弾の「モチーフ」に続く第2弾は単色で編む棒針編みの伝統的な模様パターンを独特の見せ方で紹介します。ケーブルとアラン模様、レース模様、リブとねじり目、初心者でも編めるシンプルな編み地から、たくさんの模様を組み合わせた複雑な編み地まで、伝統的な棒針編みの模様を掲載しています。美しい写真とともに、分かりやすい編み図でご紹介。小物から大作のウェアまで、この模様集があれば、どんな作品にも応用が利く、編み物ファン必携の書となるでしょう。1冊めと同様に日本語と英語のバイリンガル表記を取り入れています。

Tezukuri Town

Yoko Hatta travaille à l’avant-garde de la conception de tricots depuis de nombreuses années, et c’est sa deuxième collection de patrons, dont on peut dire qu’il constitue l’aboutissement de son travail. Après le premier volume, “Motifs”, ce second volume présente des motifs traditionnels en tricot monochrome. Des simples motifs comme les torsades et les arans, les motifs de dentelle, les côtes et les torsades pour les débutants, aux combinaisons plus complexes. De belles photographies et des diagrammes clairs accompagnent le livre. Comme pour le premier volume, le livre est bilingue en japonais et en anglais.

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Autrice : Yoko Hatta (洋子 服田), alias Kazekobo (風工房) Date de première publication : novembre 2012 Premier éditeur : Nihon Vogue (日本ヴォーグ社), Tokyo, Japon Langues : japonais et anglais (bilingue)

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Tables des matières : (d’après la traduction anglaise)

Author's preface
Welcome to the world of Kazekobo's favorite knitting patterns!
1. Knit & Purl
2. Lace
3. Cable & Aran
4. Rib & Twist
Sitch Abbreviations
Basic Symbols
Yarns Used in th Projects and Swatches in this Book
More Patterns
   Mini Scarf
   Lacy Scarf
   Cabled Mittens
   Two-Tones Socks

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Date de publication initiale : 26 août 2020 Date de dernière mise à jour : 2 septembre 2020