Resultats de Recherche pour CALCULATRICE TRICOT. Système de pourcentage. Elizabeth’s Percentage System Elizabeth Zimmermann, timeless knitting guru, is the founder of a series of equations related to sweater construction.
She refers to these mathematical ratios as Elizabeth’s Percentage System or EPS. The system asserts that the ratios between elements of a well-fitted sweater are proportional and can be used to create ideal garments time and again. The basics of her “unvention” are explained below. The percentage system is based on two general sweater shapes: the yoke and the drop shoulder. All calculations are based on the number represented by the variable K. There are many wonderful things about this system. Below are Elizabeth Zimmermann books and DVDs that can be consulted for additional information and suggestions concerning EPS (Elizabeth ’s Percentage System).
First let us take a look at the yoke version of the percentage system. Next, consider the drop shoulder version of the example sweater. Tricot Calculatrice de point. Have you ever found a wonderful wool and then went searching for the perfect pattern only to find one you love but it used a different type of wool?
Are you a hard to fit size? Do your finished products always look like they were made for someone else? Do you want to knit a garment for someone else in a different size? Do you design your own patterns but have a hard time adjusting your pattern for different sizes? The Knitting Stitch Calculator is a new feature for pattern-knit.com that will solve all of your problems. Input your stitch and row gauge. You must adjust your body measurements to reflect the desired finished measurements. For an adult sweater, the finished measurement is typically 4-5 inches larger than body measurement. The best way to get your desired fit is to use a sweater you currently have that fits perfectly and measure it. Here is a helpful chart that will give you the proportions of typical sizing.
Bookmark This Page! Tartan Designer - Tartan Maker - Tartan générateur de motif d'arrière-plan. Comment adapter un modèle tricot au fil à tricoter de son choix et à sa taille. La première question à se poser, c'est : le nouveau fil est-il adapté ?
Pour éviter les surprises, il vaut mieux remplacer un fil par un autre le plus semblable possible ! Evitez, par exemple, de remplacer un fil fantaisie à effet "plume" par un fil simple ! Il faut également, pour éviter trop de calculs, le choisir avec un échantillon le plus proche possible de l'original. Vous trouverez les informations de tous nos fils dans le bergeroscope. La deuxième question, c'est : combien en-faut-il ? Imaginons, par exemple remplacer Caline par Annecy. Techniques, trucs et astuces. Tricot Calculator - le calcul des exigences de fil pour une variété de projets à Jimmy Beans Wool.
Calculateurs en ligne pour le tricot. Calcul et estimation des quantités de fil. Calcul et estimation des quantités de fil 2. La calculatrice de formule magique. Design Page. Tricot à partir de votre cachette: tirer le meilleur parti de votre fils! While most people spend the first few weeks of January thinking about diet- and exercise-related resolutions for the new year, we knitters have all resolved to buy less yarn and to knit only from our stashes.
Am I right? You did, didn’t you? Of course, like all resolutions, these intentions will be abandoned by March 1; however, while we dig around in and rediscover our lovely stashes, I thought I would put together a quick tutorial on how to use up every last bit of sock yarn, for the stashbusting inclined. I love to knit from my stash, and not because it’s a great haul. I do not own many highly coveted yarns; rather, my stash is full of prickly, workhorse, go-to yarns like Berroco Ultra Alpaca, Brown Sheep Nature Spun Sport, and Harrisville Designs New England Shetland.
Getting Started This tutorial will have you knitting a basic, single-pattern, top-down sock with a traditional heel flap, square heel, and wedge (triangle) toe knitted in a contrasting color. Data Collection Notes. Nouvelle ligne outil de tricotage: taille Calculator Shaping. So it's Friday.
It's Spring. Don't you think we all deserve a little teensy goodie today? Yup. We do. That's why here in the Knitting Daily offices, we've spent part of this week cooking up a spring surprise for you: The Knitting Daily Online Waist Shaping Calculator! This little wonder widget takes you through the steps we've been talking about in our Waist Shaping 101 mini-course and does the math for you! A few notes on how to use the calculator: Tour de taille Calculator Shaping. "Tableau de multiples augmentations et diminutions" I had a great time this week speaking at the Around the Bay Knitters' Guild, in Dundas, Ontario.
We had a fun discussion on Sizing and Fit. The most interesting part of the evening, however, was a handout offered to the rest of the membership by the lovely and clever Anne, a long-standing member of the group. The handout is the Machine Knitter's "Chart for Multiple Increases and Decreases". It's a very clever sheet that provides a mostly math-free way of figuring out how to evenly distribute decreases across a row. It's not quite as simple for increases, but for decreases it's handy and rather amusing. Click on the image to see a larger version. It's all based on the ratio of target sts to original sts: divide the smaller number by the bigger number. So to take any group of 100 sts and reduce it to 50, just repeat k2tog across the row. And if you have 100 sts and need 90, 90/100 = .9. Clever, eh? The three-legged stool symbol is a double decrease, e.g. s2kpo.
Here is the text version of the above pattern:8 red ( O O O O O O O O ), 14 dodgerblue ( O O O O O O O O O O O O O O ), 14 white ( O O O O O O O O O O O O O O ), 14 dodgerblue ( O O O O O O O O O O O O O O ), 14 red ( O O O O O O O O O O O O O O ), 16 white ( O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O ), 4 dodgerblue ( O O O O ), 8 white ( O O O O O O O O ), 20 red ( O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O ) To save these results, you can: Save the webpage as HTML (e.g., File > Save As...) ORPrint the page (press Ctrl+p or Command+p, and select "print background colors and images" under options) ORUse your keyboard's Print Screen button, then paste the resulting image into whatever program you like, and save it. Back to the Stripe Input Form.