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After the publication of Jeny’s Surprisingly Stretchy Bindoff , I began a quest to find a bindoff that would stretch out just as far as JSSBO, snap back in just as well, and also be invisible (or close to it). The bindoff you see to the right is where that quest led me. Interlock can be worked plain or in pattern, and results in a visually subtle edge that is highly elastic and does not look scalloped when unstretched. When worked in rib, it sits atop the last row and blends nicely into the fabric, following the bends of the ribbing. When worked plain over stockinette, it is the exact match for the Twisted (a.k.a.
Braiding adds another dimension to an otherwise very simple pattern. Choose a soft yarn -- it will follow the curves of the braid better than a stiffer one. Size Width: 4" (10cm) Length: 55" (140cm), not including fringe What You'll Need
Cast on Please note - all of the Cast Off tutorials (incl. kitchener stitch) can now be found here . You are welcome to download and use these tutorials. If you wish to recommend them to a friend or use them in a pattern I ask that you link to this page - please do not link directly to the PDFs.
What I really like about the knitting stitches below is that they are made up of only 4-6 rows making them easy to memorize after a couple rounds. Some stitch patterns are in the range of 18 rows or more - beautiful but you need to pay attention. Once you know the basic knit stitches - knit, purl, slip stitches and yarn overs, then there are hundreds of stitch patterns based on combinations of these that you can use to knit unique scarves, blankets, shawls, even hats and socks.
If I want to decrease 14 stitches over 6 inches - how many rows should I work between decreases? My pattern needs me to increase 13 stitches evenly over a row - how often do I increase? I want to knit something 13 inches wide - how many stitches do I cast on? I want to knit a piece 22.5 inches long - how many rows do I work? Before you rush screaming for the calculator (or even worse, a paper & pencil), try these tools. The only extra thing you need to know is your current gauge (i.e. how many stitches and rows per inch you are knitting).
Blanket measures 27" x 31". Stitch Nation by Debbie Stoller™" Full o’ Sheep™" 1 ball each, 2510 Aquamarine A , 2529 Mediterranean B , 2205 Little Lamb C , 2925 Passionfruit D, 2550 Plummy E , 2630 Meadow F , 2640 Thyme G . Circular Knitting Needles: 6 mm [US 10] 29". Yarn needle, stitch markers.
Every new little one needs to cuddle up and be warm. Everyone knows a happy baby is made by snuggling and swaddling in some comfy single ply merino. Below is a pattern for a sleep sack with owlies on the top. Simple enough really. This is one size. THIS IS NOT MEANT TO BE SLEPT IN.
Designed by solmama April 2009 After knitting Mimi Davis’ One Row Blanket De La Harlot and finding out that a good number of my friends have babies on the way, I was inspired to write my own baby blanket pattern. I wanted an easy stitch pattern to remember that looked pretty with both solid and variegated yarns, so I looked at all of the beautiful ravelry FOs for my Slide Step Rib Cloth . This blanket pattern was born.
Serpentina You need this scarf. Yup.
Hi again, Knitters! Neighbor Elizabeth, back as promised, to help make seaming the Chinese Lantern Hat seem easier! This is Part 2, continued from my earlier post about blocking. Part 2 Seaming Your hat should be nice and dry, and will have bloomed nicely.
There have been a few staple online mags and resources on the scene for a while, but with new mags popping up here and there I thought I would try to do a bit of of a roundup and see how many I could find. If you know of any more please comment. image: ‘lakeside’ lacy knee high socks from knotions magazine knitty.com – quarterly knitting magazine with patterns and articles ravelry.com - online knitting community – patterns, forums, wiki, and more twist collective – new online mag with some really nice patterns [only a few free patterns] and articles knotions - new online mag with some really cute patterns the inside loop UK based mag – small range of nice patterns teen knitter magazine – downloadable PDF – written by teens for teens.
In the Nordic countries we tend to use wool a lot. Some use wool for their babies all year around. If you´re due with a summer baby, though, a soft, stretchy cotton baby blanket can´t go wrong.