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Since Shibui Silk has been out for 2 months now and nothing makes me happier than eager knitters itching to put those projects on their needles. There have been lots of questions and inquiries about Francis and today I am going with a little step by step tutorial with photos what makes this tee so innovative - construction. Francis is worked horizontally and in 2 parts. Beginning with the sleeve and working towards the middle of the front, while both backs are worked using short-row shaping, then overlapping. Yet there are no side seams, no shoulder seams.
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The divine (tee hee) Ariadne officially put the bee in my bonnet to set this one down in writing. So after a couple weeks of doing other stuff and spending some time re-creating the border to figure out how I made it in the first place, here goes... I'm super-new to writing patterns down, so please if any of this doesn't make sense, let me know! Finished Measurements: 6" (10" including edging) by 9 feet
Amy Swenson’s modern knitting and crochet patterns are designed to fit and flatter, with contemporary stylings based on traditional stitch patterns. Many feature textural details, including cabling and lace. All patterns are available as downloadable PDFs for instant gratification. The Cloud Chaser vest is a design I’ve been dreaming of for years. Delicately cabled. Dramatically draped.
My latest project is triangular scarves or shawls - depending on how big you make them. I have figured out a basic pattern that you can then customize as you wish. I will explain the basics here and also some of the customization I made. Use any yarn you like with the corresponding needles about a size or 2 larger than recommended, CO 6 stitches Row 1 - K row 2 - K row 3 - k 2, m1k1 place marker k1 m1 k to end (now for the first m1, purl in the stitch, don't drop it and knit in the same stitch (2 sts) for the 2nd M1, knit in the stitch, don't drop it and Purl in the same stitch.) you have a total of 8 sts row 4 knit the 1st 3 sts, purl to last 3 sts, knit last 3 sts. Now the pattern starts - these 2 rows will be kept constant throughout