Barbara Walker, best-selling author of three treasuries of knitting patterns, now presents her original ideas on the actual working of garments. Her system is to start all garments from the top - from the neckline of a sweater, the waistline of a skirt. This method ensures a perfect fit with a minimum of calculation. Mrs. Walker explains how to fit the measure and block and sew up as you go along so that when you are finished you have a garment that can be worn immediately. Twelve basic designs include all types of sweaters, jackets and coats, skirts, pants, capes, and ponchos, and the directions can easily be adjusted to fit anyone from a small baby to an adult.
- Rare First Edition!
- Published in 1972
- Used book, in excellent condition for its age