In the world of textiles, knitted fabric is one of the most complicated to work with, but also one of the most commonly used. This is a book for all those fashion lovers who, although fascinated by knitted fabric, have never yet dared to venture into this field and for those advanced and professional knitters who want to systematically round off their knowledge. It includes all the steps necessary to realize a knitted garment, from the choice of yarn to manufacturing apparel, explaining how to use a knitting machine correctly, the linking, cutting, sewing, and, last but not least, ironing of knitted garments. All this taking into account that knowing how to recognize and develop a stitch is crucial, but that it is increasingly important to know how to represent stitches for different machines in a useful way. So, for the first time, the author describes the various stitches in a clear and well-structured manner with a language of symbols developed to be used for all kinds of studio and domestic knitting machines, regardless of the brand: Brother, Silver Reed, Passap, Coppo and Dubied. The book includes examples of working with traditional materials like wool, alpaca, cotton or linen, but also encourages experiments with paper, plastic materials, vegetal and metallic yarns, to create sculptures, reliefs and three-dimensional effects.