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Editorial spring 06

Editorial spring 06
You have cast one stitch on to needle #1. 5. Bring needle #2 over the yarn tail on your thumb, around and under the yarn and back up, making a loop around needle #2. Pull the loop snug around the needle. You have cast one stitch on to needle #2. There are now two stitches on needle #2 Ñ the stitch you just cast on plus the anchor loop. The top yarn strand always wraps around needle #1 (the bottom needle), and the bottom yarn strand always wraps around needle #2 (the top needle). 6. 7. 8. In this picture, a total of 20 stitches, or 10 stitches on each needle, have been cast on. Turn back to the right side to begin knitting. 9. Knit the row of stitches from needle #1. You will see a row of stitches appear between the two needles. 10. Be careful! You have completed one round and are back where you started. Note: Do the stitches between the needles appear too loose or "sloppy?" There are two rows of stitches between the needles now. Round 3: K all stitches on both needles (no decreases). Related:  TRICOTKnitting Patterns

Knits & Prints | Page 3 Well, summer is finally here in all its hot, sticky, inescapable glory (i.e. summer, you win). Which means it’s time for a look back at spring 2015 and some of the great things we enjoyed. So grab an ice cold lemonade (preferably with some crushed ice), sit back and enjoy. Museum StudiesIn late winter, the Berman Museum of Art at Ursinus College presented a tightly curated exhibition on art about art called Museum Studies. If you want to sound in-the-know just call it “the art of institutional critique.” Highlights included Louise Lawler, a personal favorite. Dan Celendar’s work was a pleasant surprise and seeing his attempts at getting photographic documentation of a museum’s loading dock from its Director was enlightening and amusing. Vik Muniz’s recreations of famous paintings—or rather the backs of them—are interesting comments on authenticity. High Museum / Wilfredo LamThe High Museum of Art in Atlanta had a suite of terrific shows that we caught over Memorial Day. Lakker – Tundra

Fisherman Pillow It's a classic. Traditional fisherman-stitch patterns are adapted to create this handsome pillow, October's Knit Project of the Month. Perfect on your favorite sofa and large enough to use as a floor pillow. Note: The following pattern makes one, 24" by 24" knitted square, which is finished off with two rows of single crochet, and then attached by sewing to a finished pillow. Pillow: Cast on 99 stitches. Finishing: Round 1 — With I hook, right side facing, work single crochet around all sides of pillow, working 3 single crochet in each corner, keeping work flat and making sure corresponding sides have same number of stitches. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy and completeness of these instructions.

Bonnet damier - A l'ombre du cactus Je cherchais un modèle de bonnet pour homme à tricoter pour mon papa et je suis tombée sur ce joli modèle de bonnet damier sur Ravelry, le Christian’s hat d’Ágnes Kutas-Keresztes. C’est un modèle plutôt simple mais original, aussi bien pour homme que pour femme, pour tenir bien chaud l’hiver. J’ai adapté le patron pour pouvoir le tricoter avec une laine plus épaisse. Aiguilles : tailles 3,5 et 4Laine : 1 pelote de laine Andes de Drops (65 % laine, 35 % alpaga) coloris noirEchantillon : 10x10cm, 14 mailles sur 16 rangs Pour aiguilles circulaires : Côtes : Monter 70 mailles avec les aiguilles 3,5. Milieu : Tricoter en aiguilles 4. Pour aiguilles droites : Côtes : Monter 70 mailles avec les aiguilles 3,5. Milieu : Tricoter en aiguilles 4. Quelques photos du rendu du bonnet damier avec avec la même laine (Andes) mais tricoté en aiguilles droites : Et voilà ! Retrouvez mes autres projets tricots Articles similaires Bonnet slouchy 11 janvier 2016 Dans "DIY" Écharpe à petites feuilles 29 janvier 2016

the online pattern store Faberge Cowl Inspired by the enameled and jeweled eggs made by Peter Carl Fabergé for the Czar and Czarina of Russia between 1885 and 1917, this cowl captures the beauty and intensity of Imperial Russia. This pattern is knit out of worsted weight yarn and uses slightly larger “E” or “5/0” size glass seed beads, which, along with the included photo tutorials, make it a perfect first beaded project for someone wanting to try beaded knitting, while remaining challenging enough for more experienced knitters to enjoy making. This pattern contains a photo tutorial on beading with a crochet hook, as well as a photo tutorial on the pattern stitch. Click here for matching mittens and neckwarmer: Faberge MittensFaberge Neckwarmer In Merino Worsted by Malabrigo Yarn U.S. $5.00 Click for EU/VAT Price Pattern Detail no charts no schematics no sewing circular, no sewing one size digital PDF has 4 pages (letter size) 4 x 4 in 4.5 mm US 7 20.0 over pattern Click below for more images and yarn requirements

editorial win 05 Cuff CO 72 sts. Divide sts evenly between 3 needles (24 sts on each needle), place marker and join to begin working in the round, being careful not to twist. Round 1: [P1, k1 tbl] to end. Repeat this round 9 times more. LegSet-Up Round: [Yo, k2tog, (p1, k1 tbl) five times] to end of round. (The sequence will be repeated twice for each needle, or 6 times in total.) Work Rounds 2-22 of Chart A. *Rearrange stitches on needles as follows: Move first stitch from Needle 1 to Needle 3 by knitting the first stitch on Needle 1 through the back loop onto Needle 3. Move first stitch from Needle 2 to end of Needle 1. Move first stitch from Needle 3 to end of Needle 2. Work Rounds 1-22 of Chart A. Repeat from * once more. Heel Flap Rearrange stitches on needles as follows: Move first stitch from Needle 1 to Needle 3 by knitting first stitch on Needle 1 through the back loop and transferring that stitch onto Needle 3. Transfer first 13 stitches from Needle 2 to Needle 1. Next Round: K all sts.

Best and brightest toy knitting patterns for toddlers • LoveKnitting Blog Knitted toys are a great gift for small kids — they’re soft, lovable, cute, and can be made to be both durable and washable. As long as there are no small pieces, they can be excellent for toddlers to lean, play, and grow. Here are some of the best toy knitting patterns for toddlers. Click photo to purchase pattern. Clarence the Dinosaur by Amanda Berry is a great piece for a dino-loving little boy or girl. Make sure all the pieces are sewn on tight, and then use a washable acrylic like Hayfield Bonus DK for easy clean-up. Wasabi by Susan Claudino is an adorable little whale toy that kids of any age will love. Tommy Toucan by Amanda Berry is another great example of a toy knitting pattern that is simple, accessible, and versatile. Katie Kitty Puppet by Browneyedbabs will keep little ones entertained and engaged during playtime. This adorable Tractor by Amanda Berry is part of a fun, interactive set of toys. This bright building block toy by Fiona Kelly is lovely for learning ABCs.

Ólafur Hat - Knitted DROPS hat with Norwegian pattern in ”Karisma” or "Merino Extra Fine". - Free pattern by DROPS Design Not sure of how to get started with this pattern? Under the "Videos" tab at the top of the page you will find a list of how-to videos that can help to get you started - all our patterns have them! And that's not all - our "Tips & Help" section is filled with lots of resources to get you started with any of our patterns - or with your own designs! Browse our Video Library to find hundreds of how-to videos and have a closer look of our yarns; or visit our Lessons section for step by step tutorials! PATTERN: See diagram A.1. HAT: Worked in the round on circular needle, switch to double pointed needles when needed. © 1982-2016 DROPS Design A/S We reserve all rights.

view.e.needleworktraditions How Did They Do That? The Ultimate PieceWork 15 Year Digital Collection, containing all of the issues from 2001 through 2015, equals 6,078 pages filled with needlework history, patterns, and techniques. Wow--that's a lot of pages (I counted)! You can easily browse through the pages on your computer, tablet, or other device; search using the interactive tables of contents; print the patterns and instructions for myriad knitting, crochet, tatting, needle and bobbin lace, embroidery, needlepoint, beading, and cross-stitch projects; discover the abundance of historical techniques and stories about needleworkers from around the world and throughout time. Below is one of my favorite examples of what you'll find in this digital collection--it's a short tutorial from the March/April 2008 issue of PieceWork on the centuries-old technique of making loop-manipulated braids. How Did They Do That? Note: Following Steps 1 through 7, shown here, will produce a square braid. Enjoy!

Knitted Beanie Novita Suomivilla (Finnwool) | Novitaknits Cast on Using 6 mm circular needles and with yarn held double cast on 66 sts. Work in rib: Rib in round:Rnd 1:*K1, P1, rep from* to end of rnd. Rep rnd 1. Work until beanie meas 8 cm. Increases Inc 6 sts into the back of the beanie as foll: K2, M1 (=an increase worked into the bar (=horizontal strand of yarn) between two sts),K4, M1, K4, M1, work until there is 10 sts left of the rnd, M1, K4, M1,K4, M1, K2 (=72 sts). Inc 4 sts into the back of the beanie as foll: K3, M1, K6, M1, work until there is 9 sts left of the rnd, M1, K6, M1, K3 (=76 sts). Decreases Rnd1: *sl1, K1, psso, K7, sl1, K1, psso, K8, rep from * (=68 sts). Work 4 rnds. Rnd6: *sl1, K1, psso, K6, sl1, K1, psso, K7, rep from * (=60 sts). Work 3 rnds. Rnd 10; *sl1,K1,psso, K5, sl1,K1,psso, K6, rep from * (=52 sts). Rnd 14: *sl1, K1, psso, K4, sl1, K1, psso, K5, rep from * (=44 sts). Work 2 rnds. Rnd 17: *sl1, K1, psso, K3, sl1, K1, psso, K4, rep from * (=36 sts). Work 1 rnd. Break yarn leaving a long tail. Making up

Maybe on my next pair of socks I'll give that a try. I only do the 1 or 2 circs method. Should work fine I'd say. by douglasgrendahl Dec 21

I have done it and it's not hard to master, although I have to read the directions again each time I use it. I usually do socks 2 at a time and there are instructions for that on the Internet too. I don't know if I've save that link in Pearltrees. by stacyw Dec 20

Ok, has anyone tried this technique and if so, comments? by douglasgrendahl Dec 20

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