Machine Knitting Techniques: Lace and Open Fabrics

Elena Berenghean
Lace knitting is a versatile technique used to create fabrics that are characterised by holes or open spaces in a specific pattern. This book introduces you to the basics of producing lace and guides you through the process of knitting a multitude of fun stitches. Supported by over 300 photos and charts, it serves as a stitch library that you can use for inspiration for your projects, while encouraging you to develop your own designs.
Machine Knitting Techniques: Lace and Open Fabrics by Elena Berenghean

About the author

Elena Berengheanis a knitwear designer who studied fashion and textiles (knitwear specialisation) in London. She continues to gain invaluable industry experience while working as a swatch designer in knit studios. She enjoys sharing what she has learnt through tutoring students and producing content for online communities of machine knitters.

Press Reviews

If you are looking for the confidence to try your lace carriage for the first time, or to move on from basic eyelets then this is definitely the book for you. But even if you consider yourself a confident lace knitter, there will still be techniques and ideas in the book that open up even more possibilities for you. Now where did I put that transfer tool ...

- Nic Corrigan, Machine Knitting Community

Includes some subjects rarely covered for machine knitters. We'll customise and modify her ideas for years to come. Beyond any doubt, Elena helps us create some fabulous fabrics.

- Anne Smith, Machine Knitting Monthly Magazine