Typographic Knitting: From Pixel to Pattern
By Rudiger Schlomer
Learn to knit a variety of typefaces modeled on digital designs by well-known type foundries including Emigre, Lineto, and Typotheque, and emblazon your hats, scarves, and sweaters with smartly designed monograms, letters, or words.
Beginning with knitting basics, tips, and resources, and progressing through more advanced techniques, Typographic Knitting provides a systematic introduction on how to construct a variety of letter designs using different knitting techniques.
This book bridges the gap between craft and design in a new way and will delight typography connoisseurs, avid knitters, and makers looking for a novel medium.
"Now that pixels are becoming invisibly small on our computer screens, it's time to bring bitmaps full circle, back to their function as building blocks of material that you can keep, and, in this case, that can keep you warm. Typographic Knitting covers it all, in glorious detail." — Zuzana Licko, Emigre Fonts
Cover design by Paul Wagner
Published by Princeton Architectural Press, 2019
Softcover, 216 pages, 114 color images, 6.7 × 9.1 inches