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Crochet DROPS dress with lace pattern at the bottom and buttons in the side in ”Muskat DROPS MUSKAT UNI COLOUR (50g) 2.20 GBP DROPS MUSKAT UNI COLOUR (50g) 2.50 EUR DROPS 152-155 are now available in the stores for 1£ per catalogue – no yarn purchase required! Sliding loop : an easy way to begin granny square! The double sliding loop is my favorite way to begin a granny square. I find this method fabulous as I can make the beginning ring the size I want. I worked it with a double ring as I find it more safe and easier to weave in end the tails.

Gorro jaquard molt xulo. Newborn [Infant, Toddler, Child] Shown in infant Boy's Circumference: 12[14.5, 17, 19] inches Girl's Circumference: 12.5[14.5, 16, 18] inches Worsted Weight Scraps in 7 different colorways How to Knit the Half Linen Stitch Half linen stitch isn’t difficult to knit, and it creates an interesting fabric that looks and behaves almost like woven fabric. Half linen stitch resists vertical stretching, so it’s great for bags or belts or larger garments like a coat. The edges of half linen stitch do roll, but you can easily fix this with a three-or five-stitch border in seed stitch. To work half linen stitch knitting flat on an odd number of stitches: Cast on and purl 1 row. Follow this stitch pattern:Row 1 (RS): *K1, bring yarn to front and sl 1 st purlwise, bring yarn to back, repeat from * to last st, k1.To slip a stitch purlwise, insert the needle into the stitch as if to purl, and then slide it over to the right-hand needle. Picking up stitches, picking up stitches...seems like no matter where you turn, you're being asked to pick up stitches. Sock heels, button bands, neck edgings, ear flaps, glove fingers, hat bands... knitting patterns are full of places where you want to add more stitches to an existing piece of knitting in order to knit in another direction or finish it off somehow. I get the impression that there's a bit of head scratching going on when knitters come across these instructions for the first time. And to make the matters even more confusing, some instructions say to "pick up sts" while other instructions say to "pick up and knit sts". Steeking Tutorials The brown sweater is now a cardigan. I had of course been planning this from the beginning, hence the two purled stitches running up the front. Sure enough, I have some finishing to do, and the recipient has not decided if she wants a hood or not – but the steeking is done. I usually secure the steek with a sewing machine: I like to sew twice on each side – that is four seams in all.

Free crochet pattern heart ♥ Mijn excuses voor degenen die geen Engels kunnen lezen, deze post gaat over de Engelse vertaling van het hartje van Karin aan de haak. As promissed here is the post of the English translation of the little heart, designed by: Karin aan de haak. Free crochet Pattern HEART en rosa: Espanõl Mi disculpa, yo hablar no Espanõl. Knitted Kitchen Dishcloth ~ Lattice Stitch Pattern Size: 8½″ x 8½″ Yarn: Lily brand/Sugar’n Cream 70.9g/2.5 oz. 1 skein Needle size: US6(4mm)- or size needed to get gauge. Tapestry needle: For weaving in ends. Gauge: 4sts/1″ Knitting and Picking up stitches along an edge Picking up stitches along an edge Once the main body of the knitting has been completed, it is often necessary to add extra finishing rows for neck bands, button and buttonhole bands and other edgings. Sometimes these sections are knitted separately and sewn on but it is quicker and neater to pick up stitches along the edge and knit directly onto these.

Nicky Knits by Nicky Epstein Nicky Epstein is a world renowned knitwear designer, teacher and author of over 20 bestselling books. Her knitting and crochet books range from highly original resource books, to historical books, to travel books, to Barbie Doll books, to amazingly creative design fashion/pattern books. Her books are “must haves” in the libraries of designers and knitters alike, and she has won the National Independent Book Publisher’s Award for Best Craft Book Of The Year…three times! Her innovative, fashionable, whimsical and award winning designs have appeared in every major knitwear magazine, in museums and on television, and she has taught classes to knitters around the world and hosted many Vogue Knitting Tours overseas as well as others. She has also designed her own beautiful line of silk scarves, buttons and clasps. She loves to share her expertise and enthusiasm for knitting, with countless fans, who appreciate her imaginative techniques along with her seemingly unending creative designs.

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