Cap Sease of Guilford, Connecticut, has been knitting since childhood. She is also a weaver, quilter, and basket maker. Her love of using her hands led to a career in conservation, and she has extensive experience as a conservator on archaeological excavations. She is also a designer and workshop leader for the Green Mountain Spinnery. It was at a Knitter’s Retreat Weekend put on by the Spinnery that Cap lead a workshop on cast ons and bind offs and from there she started researching the variety of techniques.
Join Marly as she talks to Cap about her new book Cast On, Bind Off. Now, in one extraordinary book, knitters have at their fingertips more than 120 ways to cast on and more than 80 ways to bind off. With this beautifully organized treasury for all skill levels, the search for the perfect cast on and bind off is over! Find each technique presented with step-by-step written instructions, clear how-to illustrations, and a photo of the finished edge. Learn the advantages and disadvantages of each method, including suggestions for when to use it. Discover workhorse and specialty cast ons and bind offs for colorwork, cuffs, ruffles, fringe, lace buttonholes, and more! Cap also has several patterns just about ready to go with Green Mountain Spinnery, stay tuned!
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