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Using double-point needle, CO 4 sts, leaving a 6-inch tail. Work back and forth on 2 needles as follows: Row 1 [WS]: P4. Row 2 [RS]: [Kfb] 4 times. 8 sts. Divide sts evenly between 4 needles (2 sts on each needle) and join to begin working in the round.
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The Story: Accessories—hats, mitts, bags, etc…—are my favorite things to knit. They’re usually quick and don’t have to fit to a T to be successful. And I feel more free to use colors that I might not want to plug into an entire sweater—right now I want everything (little) to be orange.
Cybersocks Argyle Sock On-line Socknitting Classes with Edie Eckman Introduction I designed this woman’s argyle to be made in the traditional way, with the ankle and instep knit back-and-forth, and the foot knit in the round. The other Cybersocks classes have allowed you to use the yarn size and needles of your choice and given instructions for making a pattern to fit your foot. This is somewhat different, as we are constrained by the graph design to use a certain number of stitches.
Absolutely the fastest camisole you'll find. Double decreases along the top points form a neat braided edge, and no other finishing is necessary. Sew up the side seams, work in the yarn ends and that's all there is to it. Shown in Bonita cotton for hot summer weather, this style works equally well in a glitzy dress yarn under a jacket for special occasions. Be sure to add this pattern to your collection!
Shapely Tank Top Our shapely tank top has instructions for short row shaping at the hem and bust. Garter stitch edges are a simple finish that make it a perfect companion for under our cardigans. Finished bust sizes 36" to 58" 5 sts and 7 rows per inch on US 6 needles
Glaistig Half beautiful woman and half goat, the Glaistig is a mythological creature of Scotland and Wales who was by some legends malevolent (seducing men into dancing with her, then sucking their blood) and by some benevolent (a guardian of cattle or children). She wore a long green robe to conceal her goat parts. I imagine that she might also wear this hat to conceal her eyes (and her intentions). by Sami Preuninger Suggested Reading
These tutorials are the property of Stitch Diva Studios, and can not be reproduced or printed without the prior written consent of Stitch Diva Studios. Below you will find tutorials featuring a selection of knitting techniques used within our patterns. (Our tutorials demonstrate the Continental method (holding working yarn in left hand) not because it is better, but because it is the technique that the author ( Jennifer Hansen ) personally uses. Our tutorials also show knitting from a right-hand perspective for the same reason.)
Quickstep Without a word of a lie, I can swear to you that all week long I have known that this weekend is Easter, and I have known all week long, that Easter is proceeded by Good Friday. I mean, I have a calendar. Somehow though, this knowledge didn't really translate into the understanding that this week really only has four days in it to accomplish anything - rather than five, and it was Sam who brought it home for me this morning. Joe's away, and so I have the car, and Sam's been bucking for a drive to school. She usually takes the subway, but a drive lets her sleep in - and so she's always keen to hook a ride.