Free Knitting Stitch Library Knitting Stitches Whether you're just starting your journey in the world of knitting or are simply looking for an easy knitting stitch for your project, the Basic Stitches category is the place to visit. Knit & Purl The Knit & Purl category includes stitches with different level of difficulty, created only with simple knit and purl stitches. Eyelet & Lace The Eyelet & Lace category contains some of the most beautiful knitting stitches in our collection. Cables & Twists Go to our Cables & Twists category, in case you would like to add a bit of a twist to your knitting projects. Rib Stitches The Rib Stitches category features vertical rib patterns. How To Do The Star Stitch Free Crochet Tutorial How To Do The Star Stitch Crochet TutorialWith Photos By Sandi Marshall [Click For Printer-Friendly Page] Following is a step-by-step photo how-to for working the star stitch. Stars can be made up of a varying number of spikes. Directions for one way to crochet the next row can be found at The following photos are copyright 1998 by Sandi Marshall, licensed to About.com, Inc. How to make the first star: Make a chain of length desired. Working the 2nd star and any additional stars: Photography by Sandi Marshall, copyright 1998 by Sandi Marshall, licensed to About.com, Inc. Current works are protected by copyright even when no copyright notice appears on the work! "Diamond" Afghan Square pattern I designed that's great for practicing the star stitch: Free Pattern with Star Stitch More Crochet Stitch How-to's - With diagrams or step by step photos.
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Technickety: How to unvent a simple cable I had a heap of messages asking where the cable for Jeff's glove came from. It's a fairly generic multi-strand cable; called a "Saxon Braid" (thanks, Purly White!). I see Wendy at wendyknits has used it for a sweater, and I'm sure it's to be found in stitch dictionaries. That said, being able to read an existing cable and knowing how to reconstruct it is a very useful skill. I'm not suggesting, of course, that the following be used in any way that takes credit away from a designer of a garment - rather, this is a reference for understanding how a simple cable works and how to write a chart. ***I should say my intention here isn't to be patronizing at all; I'm sure most of you have been doing this for a long time without this kind of manic detail. According to my definition, a "simple cable": Step by step 2) Identify how many "strands" make up the cable - it might be helpful to draw a line diagram showing the relationships between the strands. See? And there you have it.
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Crocodile Stitch ...so I came across a lovely pattern on www.ravelry.com that included using, what they called, the Crocodile Stitch. Firstly, I have no problem paying for a pattern that someone has created and posted on the internet. I have no problem paying for an item that I don't want to make myself, from the internet. BUT, I don't think there is any reason to have to pay to learn a stitch. So I really loved this "Crocodile Stitch", but couldn't find it anywhere in an This video, however, only shows how to create the first row, and not the second row and so forth. So to be a good citizen, I will share my method with you, so that you can have a lovely scarf for yourself and your loved ones. Crocodile Stitch Scarf Medium: Crochet Tools: You can use whatever yarn/hook combination you want. l Hobby Lobby. Gauge: Whatever you want! Abbreviations: ch - chain, DC - double crochet Create slip knot. * For the scarf I made above, I chained 18. DC in 3rd chain from hook. Ch 1. 5 DC in first DC Ch 1. 5 DC in second DC.
Knitting, Free Knitting Patterns, Knitting Yarn, Knitting Instructions, Knitting Book, Knitting Stores TWIST FRONT TOP Vogue Knitting Spring/Summer 2008 #33 Vogue Knitting Spring/Summer 2008 #33Designed by Mari Lynn Patrick Turn heads with Patrick's provocative cropped pullover, which highlights an allover ribbed pattern worked side to side with a center front constructed cable twist in which the stitches are picked up and twisted for the focal knot, then reattached. Difficulty level MATERIALS• 7 (8, 9, 10) 1¾oz/50g cones (each approx 124yd/113m) of Ironstone Yarns/Fiesta Yarns Tian (tactel) in #909 blue• One pair size 6 (4mm) needles OR SIZE TO OBTAIN GAUGE• Stitch holders KNITTED MEASUREMENTS• Sized for X-Small (Small, Medium, Large). FINISHED MEASUREMENTS• Bust 32 (34, 36, 38)"/81 (86, 91.5, 96.5)cm• Length (at center back) 17 (18, 19½, 20¼)"/43 (44.5, 49.5, 51.5)cm• Upper arm 15 (15¾, 16½, 17½)"/38 (40, 42, 44.5)cm GAUGES• 21 sts = 2¼"/5.75cm, 30 rows = 4"/10cm in k1, p1 rib.• 25 sts and 29 rows = 4"/10cm over k4, p2 rib using size 6 (4mm) needles. Delivery Method: Electronic PDF