How to Knook: Full Length Video (Right Handed) A very nearly invisible increase. Here is an increase which is as invisible as any increase can well be--the sort of increase you would do in the middle of a field of stockinette, should you ever need to do such a thing.
Step 1 (above): The green stitch is the next stitch on the left needle, the red stitch is the stitch under that. The blue yarn is the yarn of the current row--called the running yarn. Step 2 (above): Insert the head of the right needle into the red stitch as shown. Step 3 (above): Place the head of the red stitch on the left needle--arrange it untwisted, with the right arm forward. Step 4 (above): With the running yarn (blue) knit the red stitch AND the green stitch. That's it. --TECHknitter PS: There has been some confusion between the nearly invisible increase which ADDS a stitch to your fabric (this post above) and "knitting into the stitch below" which is a knitting trick to make a thick and puffy fabric but which does NOT ADD a stitch.
The Fish - return! This is my version of tesselated fish.
It is NOT the Knitters Magazine version. DO NOT copy this pattern to any other site, even if you give me credit. A recipe for Fish I used size 8 addi turbos and worsted weight wool. (LB Fishermans, Lamb's Pride, Unkown, Doubled Sock Merino) For larger Fish, use larger wool and needles. LANA GROSSA Knitting Tip Sewing on Sleeves. Silver's Sock Class. These patterns are sized for the average adult foot, male or female, and will fit a very wide range of feet.
Later in the patterns, you will be instructed to measure the length of the intended foot. This is where you will customize the length of the sock for a perfect fit. Socks stretch nicely, and thus unless you have exceptionally sized feet, fit should not be an issue... with the following exceptions: - If your foot is very narrow or small, you should knit on a needle size or two smaller for a tighter fit around your foot. Optional: Use a K1 P1 ribbing for tighter elasticity. - If your legs/ankles are large, cast on using a larger needle for more elasticity around the cuff.
Please remember, these are not knitting patterns. Magazine - Short rows for bust shaping (technique feature) Short Rows for Bust Shaping Short rows have lots of uses.
They make a flat object take shape. They can be the heel of a sock, or they can turn the stair stepping of a shoulder into a smooth angle. They can build up the back neck in a raglan sweater, or they can shape a sweater front for a large bosom. Today’s article is focusing on short rows for bust shaping. First, let’s talk about what short rows do Short rows add length to the overall body. As many of you know, I’m a very busty girl. One of the things I look forward to most about wearing a sweater I hand knit is that I won’t have to do any of that.
If you’ve done some reading about short rows for the bust you’ve probably found several approaches to them. DROPS Tutorial Videos.