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This winter New York City streets are filled with people who have learned the secret of keeping warm. They are all wrapped up in the big soft folds of the oversized cowl.
To knit one pair of fingerless gloves, you will need the following supplies:
When I was a kid, nothing said summer like a tall, strong glass of Kool-Aid. Grape was always my variety of choice. That intense fake grape flavor with a few ice cubes clinking around in the glass...oh man. Bring on the purple mustache.
I've never knit anything for a boy before, especially one that I've been dating. I think it's because of the " Boyfriend Sweater Curse " - I didn't want this to be a scarf that would end our relationship or something silly like that. What prompted the idea to knit him a scarf was the topcoat he bought to wear to with his suits this winter: the coat didn't button all the way up and required a scarf to stay warm. I knew that if I wanted to guarantee that he would wear it, the scarf needed to be a "manly" scarf. And what could be more "manly" than charcoal gray and a thermal-like stitch pattern? The best part?
I used 4 1/2 mm needles. Cast on 100 stitches for an adult, If you want it smaller cast on less stitches. Pattern
Posted by pieKnits on December 7, 2011 Finally finished! After a bit of second sock syndrome for a month in between, I cast off for these last week. I realized I had started these back in July when visiting family for the 4th.
Needles Small circular and DP needles US 8
Cast on Please note - all of the Cast Off tutorials (incl. kitchener stitch) can now be found here .
If I want to decrease 14 stitches over 6 inches - how many rows should I work between decreases?
Hi knitters! I have finally finished the gloves I've been working on. It turned out way better than I expected. This pair is knitted using the seed and stockinette stitch and it measures about 11" (28 cm).