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{New Stitch A Day} Daily Stitch for 12/06/2011 - kantor.shula - Gmail. 6 Different Cardigan Patterns for Kids: This Week In Stitches - kantor.shula - Gmail. How to Knit the Knot Stitch. This video knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the knot stitch. This stitch creates tightly knit diagonal rows of knots making for sophisticated texture. The knot stitch would be great for sweaters, hats, purses and scarves. This unbelievably soft wool is made from shrink treated Merino Lambs Wool. It offers the wonderful qualities of traditionally spun wool, but with the convenience of machine washing and drying. Garments made from this yarn will not shrink or fade after numerous machine washings and dryings.

Made in the USA. Meet the latest addition to the addi Click family: Longer Lace Tips have the same sharp point as the regular Lace needles, but are just over 5 inches in length, which some knitters prefer. Knit – kPurl – p Skill: EasyCast On: Multiples of 2 + 1 Repeat these 4 rows until you have reached your desired length. Example of the Knot Stitch Right Side (Click for Larger) Example of the Knot Stitch Wrong Side (Click for Larger) Daily Knitting Stitch: How to Knit the Sweeping Cable Stitch - kantor.shula - Gmail. {New Stitch A Day} Daily Stitch for 12/04/2011 - kantor.shula - Gmail. {New Stitch A Day} Daily Stitch for 12/09/2011 - kantor.shula - Gmail. How to Knit the One Row Button Hole. This video knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the one row button hole. This technique creates a durable and firm button hole that will stand up to a lot of abuse.

It has a nice finished edge but it a little more complicated than other types of button holes. Another advantage of this technique is it will not interrupt you pattern since the hole is made within one row. Skill: Intermediate Step 1: Once you’ve reached to point in your knitting where you want to place the button, bring the working yarn forward. Step 2: Slip the next stitch from your main needle purl wise. Step 3: Bring the working yarn back. Step 4: Slip the next stitch from your main needle purl wise again. Step 5: Pass the second stitch on your working needle over the first stitch. Repeat steps 4 and 5 for as many stitches as is needed to fit your button. Step 6: Turn your work over. Note: You may want to pull very tight on your working yarn before the next step and continue pulling tight for the first stitch.

How to Knit the Garden Path Cable Stitch. This video knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the garden path cable stitch. This cable pattern creates a winding overlapping accent that is perfect for blankets or on a sweater sleeve. Skill: Intermediate This cable stitch is worked over 6 stitches on a reverse stockinette background For this pattern you will need to know the following techniques:Knit – kPurl – pCable 4 Front – C4FCable 4 Back – C4B Row 1 (RS): K2, C4F Row 2: P6 Row 3: K6 Row 4: P6 Row 5: K2, C4F Row 6: P6 Row 7: C4B, k2 Row 8: P6 Row 9: K6 Row 10: P6 Row 11: C4B, k2 Row 12: P6 Repeat rows 1 – 12 until you have reached your desired length. After a few repeats your pattern should look like this: Example of the Garden Path Cable Stitch close up (click for larger) Join over 24,000 New Stitch VIPs and Receive: Daily or Weekly email updates of all our FREE tutorialsGiveaways and contests just for members Free LIVE online workshopsSpecial discounts on classes, ebooks, and patterns.

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How to Knit the Ostrich Plume Stitch. How to Knit the Flecked Tweed Stitch. This video knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the flecked tweed stitch. This simple colorwork pattern looks much more complicated than it actually is. By utilizing slipped stitches, this normal colorwork stripe is turned into an intricate pattern. It’s perfect for scarves, blankets, hats, mittens, socks…pretty much anything! Skill: IntermediateCast On: Multiples of 4 + 3 TECHNIQUES USED IN THIS STITCH:Knit – kPurl – pSlip Stitch – sl Yarn Back – yb Yarn Forward – yf Row 1 (WS): Using A, p1, yb, sl 1, yf, *p3, yb, sl 1, yf; rep from * to last st, p1 Row 2: Using A, k1, sl 1, *k3, sl 1; rep from * to last st, k1 Row 3: Using B, p3, *yb, sl 1, yf, p3; rep from * to end Row 4: Using B, k3, *sl 1, k3; rep from * to end.

Repeat these 4 rows until you have reached your desired length. Example of the Flecked Tweed Right Side (click for larger) Example of the Flecked Tweed Wrong Side (click for larger) Join over 24,000 New Stitch VIPs and Receive: How to Crochet the Chainless Double Crochet Foundation. This video crochet tutorial will help you learn how to crochet the chainless double crochet. The chainless double crochet foundation is a way of starting your work without doing a foundation chain. It allows you to create your chain as you are making your pattern. It is great for big projects like a afghan! Skill: Easy Begin with a chain of 4 Step 1: Yarn over, insert hook into top two chains at the beginning of the ch 4. Here’s what your pattern should look like: Example of the Chainless Double Crochet (click for larger) Join over 24,000 New Stitch VIPs and Receive: Daily or Weekly email updates of all our FREE tutorialsGiveaways and contests just for members Free LIVE online workshopsSpecial discounts on classes, ebooks, and patterns Simply click the button below to become a FREE VIP member today!

How to Knit the Dancing Cable Stitch. This video knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the dancing cable stitch. This dancing cable has a intriguing twisting look. Its great for blankets, sweaters, and pillow covers. Skill: EasyCast On: 16 stitches on a revers stockinette background TECHNIQUES USED IN THIS STITCH:Knit – kPurl – p Cable 4 Forward – c4f Twist 4 Forward – t4f Twist 4 Back – t4b Row 1 (RS): P2, c4f, p4, c4f, p2 Row 2: K2, p4, k4, p4, k2 Row 3: P2, k4, p4, k4, p2 Row 4: K2, p4, k4, p4, k2 Row 5: P2, c4f, p4, c4f, p2 Row 6: K2, p4, k4, p4, k2 Row 7: [t4b, t4f] twice Row 8: P2, k4, p4, k4, p2 Row 9: K2, p4, c4f, p4, k2 Row 10: P2, k4, p4, k4, p2 Row 11: K2, p4, k4, p4, k2 Row 12: P2, k4, p4, k4, p2 Row 13 to 22: Rep the last 4 rows twice more, then rows 9 & 10 again Row 23: [t4f, t4b] twice Row 24: K2, p4, k4, p4, k2 Repeat these 24 rows until you have reached your desired length.

Example of the Dancing Cable Stitch Right Side (click for larger) Join over 24,000 New Stitch VIPs and Receive: How to Knit the I-Cord Bind Off. This Stitch was originally posted on July 19, 2012 This video knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the I-cord bind off. The I-cord bind off is a way of creating a nice clean edge. It makes a nice creates a tube like the I-cord, and makes a very great finished piece. The I-cord cast on is the prefect complemnt for the I-cord cast on. This technique adds a great professional level to your work. Skill: Intermediate Step 1: Cast on three additional stitches Step 2: Knit first two stitches Step 3: K2tog tbl Step 4: Slip the stitches back to main needle (repeat steps 2 – 4 until last 3 stitches) Finishing: K2tog, k1, and slip the two remaining stitches back onto main needle then k2tog tbl Here is what the seam should look like: Join over 24,000 New Stitch VIPs and Receive: Daily or Weekly email updates of all our FREE tutorialsGiveaways and contests just for members Free LIVE online workshopsSpecial discounts on classes, ebooks, and patterns.

How to Crochet the Bobble Ripple Stitch. This stitch was originally posted on July 18, 2012 This video crochet tutorial will help you learn how to crochet the bobble ripple stitch. This pattern uses bobbles to give texture to the wavy, ripple fabric. It’s great for afghans and shawls. Skill: EasyFoundation Chain: Multiples of 10 + 3 TECHNIQUES USED IN THIS STITCH:Chain Stitch – chDouble Crochet – dc Prep Row: 1 dc in 4th ch from hook, 1 dc in each of next 3 ch, *skip next 2 ch, 1 dc in each of next 4 ch, ch 2, 1 dc in of next 4 ch; rep from * across to within last 6 ch, skip next 2 ch, 1 dc in each of next 2 ch, 2 dc in next ch, 1 dc in last ch, turn Row 1: Ch 3 (counts as first dc), skip first dc, 2 dc in next dc, 1 dc in each of next 2 dc, *skip next 2 dc, 1 dc in each of next 3 dc, [bobble, ch 2, bobble] in next ch-2 space, 1 dc in each of next 3 dc; rep from * across to within last 6 dc, skip 2 dc, 1 dc in each of next 2 dc, 2 dc in next dc, 1 dc in top of turning ch, turn Example of the Bobble Ripple Stitch (click for larger)

Daily Knitting Stitch: How to Knit the Right Slanting Turkish Rib Stitch - kantor.shula - Gmail. How to Knit the Whelk Stitch. This video knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the whelk stitch. This slip stitch pattern creates waffle like textured fabric that is great for men’s wear, as well as washcloths and blankets. Skill: EasyCast On: Multiples of 4 + 3 For this pattern you will need to know the following techniques:Knit – kPurl – p Yarn Forward – yf Yarn Back – ybSlip Stitch – sl st Row 1 (RS): K3, *sl 1 purlwise, k3; rep from * to end. Repeat rows 1 – 4 until you have reached your desired length. After a few repeats your pattern should look like this: Example of the Whelk Stitch right side close up (click for larger) Example of the Whelk Stitch wrong side close up (click for larger) Join over 24,000 New Stitch VIPs and Receive: Daily or Weekly email updates of all our FREE tutorialsGiveaways and contests just for members Free LIVE online workshopsSpecial discounts on classes, ebooks, and patterns Simply click the button below to become a FREE VIP member today!

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Crafts. NEW -- versatile summer sweater e-pattern - kantor.shula - Gmail. Free Knitting Pattern - top down cardi. I am actually trying to work on writing out the pattern for a top down cardi - its super easy! UPDATE pattern now available! I wrote it while knitting so if you find any mistakes please let me know. You can vary it - add long sleeves, frills, appliqués etc etc Update 2. There is a pattern, very similar, and adult size HERE Finished Size: 19 (21, 23)" chest circumference, to fit 3–6 (9–12, 18–24) months. Yarn: Double Knitting yd [115 m]/50 g; ): Needles: Body—size 4 (3.5 mm): Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge. Gauge: 23 sts and 33 rows • This sweater is worked from the top down in one piece. . • Keep the first and last five stitches in garter stitch throughout for front bands. • A Make button holes every 20 rows starting from the 1st one indicated in the pattern Neckband: CO 70 (75, 80) sts.

Knit 3 rows,at the end of the 4th, knit to last 5 sts. K1, yarn over needle, k 2 tog k2. Next row: (RS) Knit and inc 10 (11, 12) sts evenly across 80 (86, 92) sts. each front. How to Knit the Pillar Cable Stitch. This stitch was originally posted on July 6, 2012 This video knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the pillar cable stitch. This pillar cable stitch is simple, yet bold. It is perfect for as an accent on sweaters, purses, and blankets. Skill: Intermediate Worked over 4 stitches on a reverse stockinette background. TECHNIQUES USED IN THIS STITCH:Knit – kPurl – p Cable Two Forward – c2f Cable Two Back Wrong Side – c2bw Row 1 (RS): K1, [c2f] twice Row 2: P1, [c2bw] twice Repeat these 2 rows until you have reached your desired length.

After a few repeats your pattern should look like this: Example of the Pillar Cable Stitch Right Side (click for larger) Example of the Pillar Cable Stitch Wrong Side (click for larger) Join over 24,000 New Stitch VIPs and Receive: Daily or Weekly email updates of all our FREE tutorialsGiveaways and contests just for members Free LIVE online workshopsSpecial discounts on classes, ebooks, and patterns.

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Knitting: Dishcloth Afghan - Fabric.com Blog. The perfect summer project is a dishcloth afghan. It may sound a little odd but think of it as a big, soft, comfy blanket of swatches that look amazing all sewn up together. A dishcloth afghan is essentially like quilting, each square is a pieced quilt block and when each block is complete all the blocks are sewn together and the true beauty is revealed. I love dishcloth afghans because it feeds my need of color change, stitch change and quick gratification that only small projects can give me. Each dishcloth Afghan can be customized to your preference or for each gift recipient. For a wedding throw, you can select dishcloths in cables that represent entwining of love, working together and the beauty of two coming together and work each block in a soft wool blend for cozy nights watching movies.

The dishcloth afghans not only make great cozy couch throws but also picnic blankets, car blankets, bed spreads and wall hangings because the size is so easy to manipulate. How to Crochet the Split Single Stitch. How to knit the Uneven Rib Stitch. This video knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the uneven rib stitch. This stitch is an incredibly easy but beautiful take on the traditional rib stitch.

This stitch could be used for light shaping or anywhere you would use ribbing. Also Known As: The Mistake Rib Stitch Skill: EasyCast On: Multiples of 4 + 3 TECHNIQUES USED IN THIS STITCH:Knit – kPurl – p Note: This pattern is completely reversible. Row 1 (RS): *K2, p2; rep from * to last 3 sts, k2, p1 Repeat this row until you have reached your desired length. After a few repeats your pattern should look like this: Example of the Uneven Rib Stitch Right Side (click for larger) Join over 24,000 New Stitch VIPs and Receive: Daily or Weekly email updates of all our FREE tutorialsGiveaways and contests just for members Free LIVE online workshopsSpecial discounts on classes, ebooks, and patterns Simply click the button below to become a FREE VIP member today!

How to Knit the Stockinette Triangle Stitch. This video knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the stockinette triangle stitch. This stockinette creates box rows of triangles. It’s great for blankets and purse. Skill: EasyCast On: Multiples of 5 TECHNIQUES USED IN THIS STITCH:Knit – kPurl – p Row 1 (RS): Knit Row 2: *K1, p4; rep from * to end Row 3: *K3, p2; rep from * to end Row 4: *K3, p2; rep from * to end Row 5: *K1, p4; rep from * to end Row 6: Knit Repeat these 6 rows until you have reached your desired length.

After a few repeats your pattern should look like this: Example of the Stockinette Triangle Stitch Right Side (click for larger) Example of the Stockinette Triangle Stitch Wrong Side (click for larger) Join over 24,000 New Stitch VIPs and Receive: Daily or Weekly email updates of all our FREE tutorialsGiveaways and contests just for members Free LIVE online workshopsSpecial discounts on classes, ebooks, and patterns Simply click the button below to become a FREE VIP member today! How to Knit the Tweed Stitch. This video knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the tweed stitch. This is a great pattern for beginner knitters to help move beyond the normal knit and purl stitch.

It creates a pebble like textured fabric that’s great for scarves, bags, and even sweaters. It’s also a good stitch for menswear. Skill: EasyCast On: Multiples of 2 + 1 TECHNIQUES USED IN THIS STITCH:Knit – kPurl – pSlip Stitch – sl Yarn Forward – yf Yarn Back – yb Row 1 (RS): P2, *yb, sl 1 purlwise, yf, p1; rep from * to last st, p1 Row 2: K1, *yf, sl 1 purlwise, yb, k1; rep from * to end Repeat these 2 rows until you have reached your desired length. After a few repeats your pattern should look like this: Example of the Tweed Stitch Right Side (click for larger) Example of the Tweed Stitch Wrong Side (click for larger) Join over 24,000 New Stitch VIPs and Receive: Simply click the button below to become a FREE VIP member today!

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