Cable Left, Cable Right

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Knitting crochet has been seen for many years one of the more complicated and challenging types of pattern to follow.  The raised, intertwining designs can be really daunting at first glance and you’ll find that many of the patterns you come across that feature cable will not actually detail how to, step by step, add it to work work.  There is a certain level of assumption of knowledge, so where do you go if you have never used cable in something you have been working on before?  One option is Cable Left, Cable Right.

Judith Durrant’s Cable Left, Cable Right is a book that features 94 different type of cable, yes there are that many to choose from.  Each of the 94 styles comes with in depth instructions that are accompanied by photographs that get up close and personal with the piece being demonstrated.  Judith’s book covers diamond, braided and pretzel shaped cable and variations on each of them, as well as much, much more.  The techniques that you are taught as you work your way through the book will enable you to alter and personalise your cables for completely unique finished projects.

Enjoyable and so very easy to follow, the book is suitable for seasoned knitters who would like to add to their repertoire, or less experienced knitters that would like to broaden their horizons and take on a new challenge.  Judith will certainly keep you busy for some time with 94 fascinating projects all of which will leave you with professional looking finished jumpers, scarfs, bags or whatever else it is you love to knit.  

Make your knitting as simple or complicated as you would like, however you choose to knit one purl one, cables can easily be introduced thanks to Cable Left, Cable Right by Judith Durrant.  

 

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Founder of Eclectic Enchantments blog, Erika has also been a beauty writer, fashion writer and Beauty & Accessories Editor for a large online magazine before starting Erisea. Erika lives with her dog, Hendrix. She suffers with Fibromyalgia and CFS, among other illnesses which leaves her housebound much of the time. Her passion is writing.

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