The 1940s in Britain was a high point for hand knitting. Women on the home front could make a contribution to the war effort by knitting for the troops using patterns that were often given away free. Many specialised patterns developed such as the balaclava helmet with ear flaps for use in telephone operations or the mittens with a separate forefinger for firing a trigger in the cold. 'Spiral-spun waistcoat' Pattern for a waistcoat From Essentials for the Forces Jaeger Handknit 1940s 'Spiral-spun waistcoat' Pattern for a waistcoat From Essentials for the Forces Jaeger Handknit 1940s 'Spiral-spun waistcoat' Pattern for a waistcoat From Essentials for the Forces Jaeger Handknit 1940s'Spiral-spun waistcoat' Pattern for a waistcoat From Essentials for the Forces Jaeger Handknit 1940s 'Leo the Lion and Tim the Tiger' Pattern for two stuffed toys Designs by 'Finella' Knitting Expert of Wife and Home Magazine 1940s Museum no.
Twist CollectiveBy Karla Stuebing What happens when knitting inspiration meets scientific method? A rare thing of pure beauty. Inspired by a pattern she found in an online knitting magazine, Karla Stuebing paired the mathematical expertise she uses as a statistical methodologist and research professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Houston with her passion for yarn and needles. The result—a technique that's been dubbed planned pooling—is awe-inspiring. My fascination with pooling began in 2009 with a pattern called Sweet Spot, designed by Wannietta Prescod. What I realized was that there was underlying structure in the dye patterns of the yarns that wasn't immediately apparent when the yarn was skeined to feature the mixture of colors, rather than the pattern. The following examples show the pattern you would expect to see for the red, green, blue colorway above, knitted out at two different stitch counts. Taming Tension and Pattern Shifting Planned Pooling in Practice
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Tricoté Sud : Fils, modèles et kits Tricot et Crochet Sacs tricot en feutreHerbstlied - Swatching the Acorn SweaterThis is Herbstlied (translated from German means Autumn Song), the cover sweater from New Style of Heirloom Knitting, the wonderful Japanese knitting pattern book with only a few non-essential words written in English. It's going to be my summer knitting challenge. For the past several evenings, I've been working on a swatch. It's been slow going. The swatch yarn is Louet Topaz worsted weight Merino yarn knit with a #4 Knitpicks Options needle. The unwashed, unblocked swatch measures 10.25 inches from the stem (the center of the sweater) to the side seam. If you are thinking of knitting this sweater and want the fun of figuring out the eight stitches of the oak leaf lobe yourself, stop reading now. Even knowing how it's done, I can't look at the stitch chart and see how it indicates a cable. Instead I studied the stitches in the picture at the top of page 69 and figured out one way to do it. This isn't going to make any sense unless you have the book, page 69. The Eight Stitches of A
Le Chat qui tricotePatternsDownload Download Download Download Download Download 1 2 3 ... 27 (158 Patterns) Feel free to use any of these patterns on your own site.Textured pattern - video website free pattern - Crochet Websites FreeThe knitting free pattern is known to be a yarn interlacing technique, which may be made of wool or textile fiber in an organized manner thus, creating a cloth, which by its texture and elasticity characteristics, is also known as knit free knitting or simply knitting. The free knitting can be done manually with two needles or just one, that besides making the entanglement of wires, creating the knitting stitches, make knit free knitting pattercom points already woven. The knitting technique was born in Egypt where the entanglement was done with bone or wood, after the Belgian led this technique to the English where women use knitting to produce socks and scarves to protect their husbands and children in the winter. So the knitting technique is closely related to the coldest days in winter.