250 Japanese Knitting Stitches is Hitomi Shida's original collection of knitting stitches, first published in Japanese in 1996. Now available in English, this book acts as a companion to the very popular Japanese Stitch Bible, which was released in 2017.
Translated by Gayle Roehm, this collection features stitches that can be used for borders and edgings; simple and elaborate cable stitches; popcorn stitches in a range of different thicknesses; and combinations of individual patterns, which can be used as textured panels. Each pattern is accompanied by a photo and a stitch diagram, making these patterns accessible to all levels of knitter.
160 pages. Softcover.