Understanding a typical Japanese sewing pattern » Japanese Sewing, Pattern, Craft Books and Fabrics After posting the dictionary of sewing terms, I shall now go through an example of a typical pattern you can find in the sewing books. Most pattern books follow a similar structure such as this one. You will usually find something like the above, with the size information as well as the list of materials and procedure, as well as two diagrams. One for cutting of the fabrics and one for the procedure. Let’s break it down into 4 parts to get a clearer picture. First, determine the size you need. Special notes to take care of when cutting, preparation details, and then order of making. For most books, unless specified, the seam allowance is usually 1cm. Hope this will help! Just leave a comment if you have any questions. Share 8K+
Dictionary of Japanese Sewing Terms » Japanese Sewing, Pattern, Craft Books and Fabrics last update – 11 Dec 2013 This list is constantly growing as I will be updating it when I come across new terms. I have accumulated this list by painstakingly going through the dictionary so please do not reproduce this on your own personal blog. You are welcome to link to my blog but please credit it to my site. Thank you! Download Print-Friendly PDF for reference while you are sewing Dictionary of Japanese Sewing Terms Points to note when reading Japanese patterns Some books come with more than one pattern piece.
Not-So-Itty-Bitty Bow Pattern » Untangling Knots Part 1: Not-So-Itty-Bitty Bow Pattern There are a lot of knit bow patterns out there but most of them had something about their construction that I didn’t like. I decided to write up how I like to make knit bows. I’m breaking the directions up into two parts to keep it from being overly long and because part 2 should be useful for other things than this pattern. Part 1 would be this, the knitting pattern for bows. Part 2 will be directions for my favorite method of attaching stuff to hair clips. I’ve included instructions for two different styles of bows. Materials For the Bow: 3.75mm Knitting NeedlesDK or Worsted Weight Yarn Scraps – The red bows are Bollicine’s Dolly and the blue is Brown Sheep Cotton Fleece. Ribbed Bow:CO 10Work in 1×1 ribbing for 1in or to tasteRow 1: ssk to endRow 2: Purl to endRow 3: Knit to endRow 4: Purl to endRow 5: kfbl to endWork in 1×1 ribbing for 1in or to matchBO To make either bow wider or narrower, work more or less stitches in increments of two.
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Free Adult Slippers & Socks Knitting Patterns Everyone loves knitted socks. They are like a right of passage for knitters. Socks tend to be knit on double pointed needles, although you can also used circular needles. A popular method for sock knitting is Magic Loop knitting. Salto Socks Intermediate. Gauge: 9.0 stitches per inch or 36.0 stitches per 4 inches. Pumpkin Vine Socks Gauge: 7.0 stitches per inch or 28.0 stitches per 4 inches. Mulled Wine Socks Gauge: 3.0 stitches per inch or 12.0 stitches per 4 inches. Mimus Socks Beginner/Intermediate. Microprocessor Socks Gauge: 8.0 stitches per inch or 32.0 stitches per 4 inches. Longitudinal Socks Gauge: 7.5 stitches per inch or 30.0 stitches per 4 inches. Kew Socks Carousel Socks Winnow Socks Gauge: 8.5 stitches per inch or 34.0 stitches per 4 inches. Spiral Tube Socks Q Socks Gauge: 8.25 stitches per inch or 33.0 stitches per 4 inches. Peacock Socks There's 90 Adult Slippers & Socks patterns. ← Previous12345Next →
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