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Series: Harmony Guides

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Basic Crochet Stitches: 250 Stitches to Crochet by Erika Knight
Cables & Arans: 250 Stitches to Knit by Erika Knight
Crochet Edgings & Trims by Kate Haxell
Crochet Stitch Motifs: 250 Stitches to Crochet by Erika Knight
Harmony Guide to 440 More Knitting Stitches (The Harmony Guide to) by Susan Bates
The Harmony Guide to Aran and Fair Isle Knitting: Patterns, Techniques, and Stitches (The Harmony Guides) by Debra Mountford
Harmony Guide to Crochet Stitches by James Walters
The Harmony Guide to Knitting Stitches by Harmony Guides
The Harmony Guide to Knitting Stitches (2 Volumes) by Harmony Guides
The Harmony Guides: Colorwork Stitches: 250 Designs to Knit by Sharon Brant
Knit & Purl: 250 Stitches to Knit by Erika Knight
Knit Edgings & Trims: 150 Stitches by Kate Haxell
Knitting Techniques: Volume 1 (The Harmony Guides) by The Harmony Guides1
Lace & Eyelets: 250 Stitches to Knit by Erika Knight
The Harmony Guide to Knitting Stitches (Volume 1) by The Harmony Guides2
440 More Knitting Stitches: Volume 3 (The Harmony Guides) by The Harmony Guides3
250 Creative Knitting Stitches by The Harmony Guides4
220 Aran Stitches and Patterns: Volume 5 (The Harmony Guides) by The Harmony Guides5
300 Crochet Stitches by The Harmony Guides6
220 More Crochet Stitches: Volume 7 by The Harmony Guides7

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  2. Vogue Knitting Stitchionary 1: Knit & Purl by Trisha Malcolm (2005)
  3. Knitting on the Edge: Ribs, Ruffles, Lace, Fringes, Floral, Points & Picots: The Essential Collection of 350 Decorative Borders by Nicky Epstein (2004)
  4. The Crochet Stitch Bible by Betty Barnden (2004)
  5. Donna Kooler's Encyclopedia of Crochet by Donna Kooler (2002)
  6. Nicky Epstein's Knitted Embellishments: 350 Appliques, Borders, Cords and More! by Nicky Epstein (1999)
  7. The Knitting Stitch Bible by Maria Parry-Jones (2002)
  8. Traditional Knitting Patterns from Scandinavia, the British Isles, France, Italy by James Norbury (1962)
  9. First Book of Modern Lace Knitting by Marianne Kinzel (1972)
  10. Hand Knitting Stitches by Phildar (1983)
  11. Cables Untangled: An Exploration of Cable Knitting by Melissa Leapman (2006)
  12. The Complete Book of Crochet Stitch Designs: 500 Classic & Original Patterns by Linda P. Schapper (1985)
  13. The New Knitting Stitch Library: Over 300 Traditional and Innovative Stitch Patterns Illustrated in Color and Explained by Lesley Stanfield (1992)
  14. Patterns for Guernseys, Jerseys & Arans by Gladys Thompson (1969)
  15. Knitting Lace: A Workshop with Patterns and Projects (Threads Books) by Susanna E. Lewis (1992)

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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