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Here's a little treat for you - one that I promised yesterday and for once, I carry through with what I've said! Wahey! It's the sort-of-semi-more-like-a-recipe-really-than-a-pattern pattern for the Great British Granny Shrug! I'm not going to claim any kind of ownership on this pattern, it's been done before, and I'm sure it will be done again but I'm giving you my take on it and if you like it then you like it. I for one think it would be marvellous if we could have a parade of tiny yarn appreciators through the shop wearing this in patriotic colours (or not) in the run up to the Olympics.
Posted by pieKnits on November 15, 2010 For a recent camping trip I decided I need a portable project and cast-on for the ever popular Star Crossed Slouchy Beret . However, I wanted to mod the cast on for one of my favorite seamless ones. A tubular cast-on for 1×1 ribbing in the round. The great thing about this cast-on is it doesn’t require learning any new maneuvers or stitches, just a little scrap yarn.
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February 11, 2010 These Emission Spectra Scarves are lovingly machine-knit from black and colored 100% cotton yarn. They measure about 6.5 feet long and 7 inches wide.
Knit one, purr-l one ...
Hi Spud & Chloë Friends, After an overwhelmingly positive response for the Oink preview and for adding wings….. here he is!
Richard Rutt is a scholar and former bishop who is widely known for his classic book 'A history of hand knitting', published by Batsford in 1987.