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Techniques, trucs et astuces

Techniques, trucs et astuces

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Narcissus Lace Tunisian Stitch To make the Narcissus Lace Tunisian Stitch, you’ll need to get your long afghan hook and make a foundation chain with a multiple of 4 stitches. Step 1: Insert hook in 2nd chain from hook; yarn over, draw up a loop {Repeat Step 1 across row, keeping all loops on your hook.} Step 2: Yarn over, draw through 2 loops on your hook; *chain 4, draw through 5 loops on your hook Color Theory 101: selecting yarns that go together A lot of patterns going around at the moment feature stripes: two or three colors that go together perfectly. You could follow the colors suggested in the pattern sample… but you want to try something a little different. But how in the world do you pick a colors that go together? Color theory.

Percentage System 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. Textured {cowl} Pour changer des shawls, j'ai tricoté un cowl Lise a raison dans son commentaire, il y avait une erreur dans le comptage des mailles. Erreur réparée ! Merci Lise :-)

Le point d'alvéoles simplifié Techniques knit stitch - purl stitch - knit one below Cast on a number of stitches multiple of 2 + 1 stitchRows 1 & 3 : Knit all stitches.Row 3 : * Knit 1 stitch, then knit 1 below *. Repeat from * to * till there is 1 stitch left, and knit that stitch.Row 4 : Knit all stitches.Row 5 : * Knit 1 below, Knit 1 *. Repeat from * to * till there is 1 stitch left, and knit that stitch below.Row 6 : Knit all stitches.Always repeat rows 3 to 6. Chamomile petite wool and pearl wool from We are knitters

CROCHETED ROPE BASKET I love having little baskets and containers around to keep things tidy, and have really been wanting to experiment with different materials to crochet with recently. This little basket is not only a perfect way to practice crocheting with rope, but also to hold little odds and ends! For this project I used a Size P crochet hook and one package of clothesline rope. This rope is nylon, but it would be fun to use cotton rope and experiment with dyeing it different colors! How cute would it be to dye the rope a few different colors and make a giant granny square rug? Now, lets get to the project pictured above... Tips and Tricks - Heels Toe Up, Afterthought Heel Socks By: Jill L. Schaefer© Level: Intermediate/Advanced Beginner Materials: Sport Weight Yarn and Needles appropriate for Sport Weight Yarn 24” Scrap Length of Contrast Yarn (In same weight as main yarn) Stitch Markers Scissors Yarn Needle Optional: Row Counter Crochet Hook For Picking Up Stitches Pattern instructions are for a child's sock. For clarity and economics (yours!) the photos are in black & white STEP 1: Cast On ½ the total number of stitches for toe.

Tuto point nid d'abeille Votre tutoriel dans 10 secondes Videos de la chaine Vues 35,480,742 Fois fadinou TUTO POINT ACCORDEON AU TRICOT Stitch accordion knitting PUNTO RELIEVE ACORDEON DOS AGUJAS Par fadinou7,765 vues-il y a 13 jours TUTO POINT SERPENTIN AU TRICOT Stitch knitting BUENO PUNTO DOS AGUJAS Crochet Button Flowers Get out your button collection and create these fabulous Crochet Button Flowers! You’ll love to try this FREE Pattern and they’re perfect for decorating. The photo tutorial requires Translating so click on it up the top of the page on the website. The Pattern is available in English further down the page. Click HERE for the FREE Pattern from ‘Craft and Fun’ Make these Crochet Flowers - Click HERE

bonnet facile knitting for last minute gifts is part of the holiday season and often unexpectedly fun. this year a slouchy hat using two luxurious skeins of eyre, for a close friend seemed just right. last-minute slouch ::: yarn :: madelinetosh eyre (225 yds (206 meters): “milk”, 2 skeins, madelinetosh tosh sock (395 yards / 361 meters) : “robin’s egg”, 1 skein. note : both yarns are held doubled throughout. needles :: one US 9 (5.5mm) 32” (80 cm) circular needle. change needle size if necessary to obtain gauge. notions :: 1 stitch marker for marking beginning of round and a darning needle for securing remaining sts.

Wool Eater Instructions Crocheted Wool-Eater Blanket © 2007 Sarah London. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, scanned, stored mechanically or electronically, or translated into any language without prior permission of Sarah London. 8 ply wool

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. And here is a tutorial just to share with you my way to work : 1.

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