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Loosely cast on 25 stitches. Work 5 rows in garter stitch (knit each row). Begin working lace pattern following either chart (and Pattern Notes) or written instructions below. VERY IMPORTANT: If you are knitting from the chart, it is imperative to read Pattern Notes before beginning! Row 1 [RS]: k3, ssk, yo, k5, [yo, k1] 5 times, yo, k5, yo, k2tog, k3 (31 sts) Row 2 [WS]: k3, p25, k3 Row 3 [RS]: k3, ssk, yo, ssk, k1, [k2tog, yo] 2 times, k3, yo, k1, yo, k3, [yo, ssk] 2 times, k1, k2tog, yo, k2tog, k3 (31 sts) Row 4 [WS]: k3, p25, k3 Row 5 [RS]: k3, ssk, yo, k3tog, yo, k2tog, yo, k5, yo, k1, yo, k5, yo, ssk, yo, sl1-k2tog-psso, yo, k2tog, k3 (31 sts) Row 6 [WS]: k3, p25, k3

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Fall 2007 SHAWL BODYUsing Crochet Cast On, CO 125 sts. Leave a yarn tail at beginning of CO row, at least 6 inches long.Work Rows 1-32 of Lace Chart 13 times, then work Rows 1 and 2 once more. Pattern Repeat will be worked 3 times in each row. Cables and Bits dog sweater - Winter 2007 Knit to Fit: You will need approx. 1 ball of yarn per 10 pounds of dog. If your dog is between sizes, purchase an extra ball of yarn. 1. Measure your dog from elbow to elbow, across his or her back. Round this measurement to the nearest inch. 2. Amused - Winter 2008 YOKE Using crochet cast on method, CO 62 sts. Set-up Row [WS]: P3, place marker, p12, place marker, p33, place marker, p12, place marker, p2. Row 1 [RS]: K1, m1, [k to marker, m1, slip marker, k1, m1] 4 times, k to last st, m1, k1. 10 sts increased. Row 2 [WS]: P all sts. Row 3 [RS]: K all sts.

Torreyana Shawl: Knitty Spring+Summer 2010 Casting On: This shawl begins with a provisional cast on, worked at what will become the border between the shawl body and the edging. To avoid having to pick up hundreds of stitches from an ordinary provisional cast on, Judy’s Magic Cast-On is recommended, worked using two circular needles. This way, when it comes time to work the edging, the edging sts are already waiting on a needle. Mop Top Mascots © June Gilbank 2009 Mop Top Mascots are a fun way to use up scraps of yarn. They stand about 4″ tall, and the real joy of them is that they are so easy to make, and easy to customize with funky colours or embellishments. Who wouldn’t appreciate a little mascot like these?!

Beatnik boat-neck pullover: Knitty Deep Fall 2010 BACK Using smaller straight needles, CO 78[90, 98, 110, 118, 130, 138] sts. Work in Twisted 1x1 Rib until work measures 2.5 inches, ending with a RS row. Switching to larger needles, establish pattern as follows: Next Row [WS]: P6[12, 16, 22, 26, 32, 36], place marker, [m1p, p5, m1p, p6] six times, m1p, place marker, p6[12, 16, 22, 26, 32, 36]. 91[103, 111, 123, 131, 143, 151] sts; 79 sts between markers. Set-up Row [RS]: Work in Moss Stitch to first marker, slip marker, work Row 1 of Chart A, work Row 1 of Chart B, work Row 1 of Chart A, slip marker, work in Moss Stitch to end. This row sets pattern for back. Continue in pattern until work measures 3.5[3.5, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4] inches, ending with a WS row.

Tank Girl tank top FRONT With larger needles and MC and using Long-Tail Cast On, CO 83[95, 105, 117, 127, 139, 149] sts. (Note: It is important to use this CO method so that CO edge will not unravel when stitch is dropped later.) Set-up Row [RS]: K18[21, 24, 27, 29, 32, 35], place marker, k1, place marker, k to end. P 1 row. Next Row [RS]: K to 1 st before marker, k1 tbl, slip marker, k1, slip marker, k1 tbl, k to end. Repeat these 2 rows until work measures 4.5 inches, ending with a WS row.

Transferring Dart Markings from Pattern to Fabric – Tutorial I mentioned last time that I was working on Colette’s Crepe pattern, and so far it’s coming along all thanks to Gertie’s Sew-Along posts! I’ll have more construction details later but I thought I’d share a tip about how I transfer my pattern dart markings to paper because I’m really not a fan of thread tracing (but I will do it if I have to) and I don’t always feel like using tailor’s tacks and I haven’t used a tracing wheel/carbon paper yet so this has been working for me so far! Before I begin, let me just highlight that I always work from a tracing of the original patterns, and you may wish to as well if you’re using this method and don’t want to damage the original pattern.

Cabled iPad Sleeve (Pattern) « haramis knits As promised, I tinkered with the Kindle sleeve pattern, and now have an iPad version available. I should have anticipated that there would be a demand for the pattern in the first place, as right after I finished my Kindle sleeve, my friend Abbie, also known as The Green Wife, asked if I could make her one for her iPad. If I’d listened to her at the time, I would have had both patterns ready at the same time! Instead, I spent the last couple of days knitting one up for her, this time out of some lovely The Plucky Knitter Superwash Merino Worsted in Love Letters, and I dropped it off at her house yesterday. She sent me some lovely photos of it today, so I can now share the pattern with her photography. I plan to knit a second iPad sleeve out of Malabrigo Worsted for a future giveaway, so please check back!

Fall 2007 NECK/BRIM Using circular or double-point needles, CO 100 sts. If using double-point needles, divide sts evenly between needles. Place marker and join to begin working in the round, being careful not to twist Work 8 rounds in garter st. Work 3 inches in stockinette st. Work 4 inches in 2x2 Rib. DIY: Owl Brooch Thanks Arrielle for sending me the link to the owl brooch tutorial by Tammy. The instructions are simple and easy, I guess anyone can do it (including me). With different colors of fabric you can create handmade holiday stocking stuffer, Christmas ornaments or a fun project to work on with kids. Go to Tammy's blog for template or bookmark this one for later!

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