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Knitting on the Edge: Ribs, Ruffles, Lace, Fringes, Floral, Points & Picots: The Essential Collection of 350 Decorative Borders by Nicky Epstein1
Knitting Over The Edge: Unique Ribs, Cords, Appliques, Colors, Nouveau by Nicky Epstein2
Knitting Beyond the Edge by Nicky Epstein3
Crocheting on the Edge by Nicky Epstein4

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  1. Nicky Epstein's Knitted Embellishments: 350 Appliques, Borders, Cords and More! by Nicky Epstein (1999)
  2. Vogue Knitting Stitchionary 1: Knit & Purl by Trisha Malcolm (2005)
  3. A Treasury of Knitting Patterns by Barbara G. Walker (1968)
  4. The Complete Book of Crochet Border Designs: Hundreds of Classic & Original Patterns by Linda Schapper (1987)
  5. The Knit Stitch by Sally Melville (2002)
  6. 440 More Knitting Stitches: Volume 3 (The Harmony Guides) by The Harmony Guides (1988)
  7. Knitting Never Felt Better: The Definitive Guide to Fabulous Felting by Nicky Epstein (2007)
  8. The Crochet Stitch Bible by Betty Barnden (2004)
  9. Knitting without tears : basic techniques and easy-to-follow directions for garments to fit all sizes by Elizabeth Zimmermann (1971)
  10. Vogue Knitting: The Ultimate Knitting Book by Vogue Knitting Magazine Editors (1980)
  11. 150 Crochet Trims: Designs for Beautiful Decorative Edgings, from Lacy Borders to Bobbles, Braids, and Fringes by Susan Smith (2007)
  12. Nicky Epstein's Knitted Flowers by Nicky Epstein (2006)
  13. Hand Knitting Stitches by Phildar
  14. Big Book of Knitting by Katharina Buss (1998)
  15. Traditional Edgings to Crochet by Rita Weiss (2011)

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