If the color of the scrap - knitting yarn ( white ) strongly contrasts with the color of
the main yarn ( shaded ) , the stitches stand out clearly ... Just read through the
pattern first to make sure there aren't any finishing details that will require live
stitches . of the circular needle and leave it there . ... If you're working on straight
needles , cast on the required number of stitches with scrap at the beginning of
the row .
All punchcards should start and finish with 2 rows of guide holes as shown . ...
See your machine handbook for details of your The patterns can be worked on
non - automatic machines by machine . hand selecting needles across the entire
Entrelac squares offer scope for colour choices whilst pleats, gathering, and
doubling can add style details to ... A line of short row triangles at the start, finish,
and each side, create straight edges. example makes three eight-stitch squares.
Author: Vikki Haffenden
Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
Everything you need to teach yourself how to knit, from casting on to creating your own designs. This new edition of DK's knitting bible takes you from beginner to expert, with hundreds of step-by-step techniques, more than 120 stitch patterns for a variety of knitting stitches, and 20 knitting projects suitable for all abilities. Fully illustrated and easy to use, The Knitting Book is a one-stop resource for beginners and a rich source of inspiration for keen knitters who want to progress their skills and try new stitch patterns. Each technique is shown in clear photographic steps and explained with helpful annotations and arrows, from basic casting on to intricate Fair Isle and cable patterns. A photographic stitch gallery showcases over 120 different stitches to inspire you - try your hand at everything from garter stitch to intarsia, or customize projects with your own stitch choices. This updated edition features 10 brand-new project patterns, including an arm knitting pattern, as well as 10 projects from the original edition that have been reimagined with new yarns and fresh colours. Simple, clear, and comprehensive, The Knitting Book is the only ebook you need to progress your skills and create beautiful, unique, handmade pieces.
So you must knit 140 rows , increasing one stitch , both sides , every 13 rows .
Decreasing is worked out in the ... for the last section . For a perfect finish , start
and end on waste yarn , using the holding method for all increasing and
decreasing , and graft the seam . Details and Trims Bottom edges A simple cast
on edge 77.
On these knit a looped fringe to finish KNITTED OVERSHOES FOR EVENING the
shoe , thus : The needle into the next WEAR . stitch , wind the wool three times
round the 4 oz ... 1 : Details of Embroidered Basket to Hang against a Wall .
To achieve a professional finish the same care and attention to detail which has
gone into knitting the fabric must be applied to the finishing processes . ... If the
stitches are cast on in the usual way a loose loop may form at the beginning .
Author: Kristeen Griffin-GrimesPublish On: 2009-02-01
Superbly fitted and fashioned in luxurious yarns, these imaginative patterns follow four thematic vignettes inspired by French daily life, film, and history.
Author: Kristeen Griffin-Grimes
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
Superbly fitted and fashioned in luxurious yarns, these imaginative patterns follow four thematic vignettes inspired by French daily life, film, and history. Each section features dramatically different types of yarns, colors, and stitch patterns combined with timeless, figure flattering silhouettes that are suitable for knitters of all skill levels. Using innovative seamless construction methods, the need for sewing seams has been nearly eliminated by fashioning patterns in one piece from start to finish, easily allowing for adjustments for a custom fit. A handy design workshop features in-depth tutorials that teach seamless construction methods and provide valuable technical information for both beginning and seasoned knitters. Perfect for all body types, the designs are figure flattering with curve friendly waist shaping, empire waist detailing, and stitch details such as lacing, openwork, lace edgings, and bell sleeves that highlight the silhouette.
DETAILS. It you know the basics ol knitting. but you're new to knitting toys. this
section will get you started. For knitting basics and ... When you finish knitting
from the needle I" your left hand, the stitches will all end up on the right-hand
Author: Anna Hrachovec
Publisher: Potter Craft
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
Toys to Scare You Silly! What creatures lurk in the darkest shadows of Mochimochi Land? Only the most adorable assortment of knitted monsters, such as tiny vampire brats, a teenage werewolf, and a miniature gang of killer bees. They may be more cute than scary, but try not to bruise their egos. These toys think they’re terrifying! You’ll find 20 patterns for big beasties, tiny critters, and even goblins that will gobble up your iPad, all rendered in Anna Hrachovec’s quirky signature style. Or create your own mix ʼn’ match monster with more than 20 customizable body parts and features that you can assemble any way you want. After all, nothing is scarier than a clever knitter armed with yarn, needles, and a wild imagination. Whether you’re already a devoted fan of mochimochi, love scary stuff, or just need a good laugh, Super-Scary Mochimochi offers everything you need to knit your own world of creatures that will go bump in the night in the cutest way possible.
Farr * West also has a very successful collection of full slips , which it calls " Full
Slips For St . John ' s Knits . ... to fame is an ex - laces is that they are more
delicate , with clusive anti - cling fabric used in its slips . more attention paid to detail . ... the merchandise from start to finish . embroidery , 100 % polyester
Fashion from Start to Finish , 16 mm film on free loan from Guild Sound & Vision (
see p . ... Story , Vogue ' s Couture Touch - Perfect This leaflet gives details of
series with Pleats , Sewing with Knits , How to particular relevance to their own ...
No-Sew Knits offers 20 garments that combine innovative construction and on-trend styling for comfortable everyday wear.
Author: Kristen TenDyke
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
Learn how to knit a sweater seamlessly. Kristen TenDyke will teach you how to knit the perfect sweater--no assembly required. Through clever planning and some simple techniques, her knitting projects are shaped and joined as you go--all without sacrificing the pretty details. No-Sew Knits offers 20 garments that combine innovative construction and on-trend styling for comfortable everyday wear. Kristen takes the opportunity to introduce you to a variety of easier-than-they-seem techniques, while keeping each knitting pattern approachable for advanced beginners. Chapters offer basic no-sew patterns, interchangeable stitch patterns, cables, and lace. The results are beautifully constructed garments that boast eye-catching details such as seamless pockets, hoods, bust darts, and faux seams. Each knitting pattern features a Tip section that helps you learn new ways to customize your garments. Pretty and practical, the patterns in No-Sew Knits will build your knitting repertoire as you build your wardrobe.
Although the style in which knitting patterns are presented varies slightly
according to the publisher, most patterns have certain ... Don't worry if a particular detail or direction isn't crystal clear at first reading; many techniques only become
obvious when you have the work in front of you. ... A whole section of directions
may be marked with single or double asterisks at the beginning and end: these
must be ...
16 needles , and stitches and knit a piece the length of her back , 2 - fold knitting
silk . increasing at the beginning of every row thus : Cast 33 stitches onto each of
a needles and 30 Wool over the ... Knit 3 doubles in one at all the corners ) ; knit
plain to back and forth , for a depth of 134 inches in ribs . the end . ( In working
back reverse the details in order to Every row is the same until you have knitted ...
If you , like me , have spent a great deal of your life entangled in knitted stitches ,
you ' ll find delight and inspiration in this unusual volume . ... In no time at all I
found myself picking out little details that I could apply to some rather ordinary
projects . ... that takes a single garment from start to finish so that the issues she
puts aside in this book ( fit , proportion , customizing for the client ) can be
ably find that you have knit your bias strip too long and must rip out some , and
then bind off . With the right side ... To finish off the piece , decrease one stitch at
the beginning and end of right side rows , purl 249 IMPROVED FINISHING DETAILS.
117-119-121 North Fifth Street Worsted and Zephyr Yarns for the Knitting trade
WORSTED , WOOLEN AND MOHAIR KNITTING YARNS ... of a combined foreign
sales organization Information on the formation of such concerns may be
obtained often from the larger banks . ... by the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF
MANUFACTURERS , which describes the history of an export order from start to finish .
Some Tips for Handknitters Finishing Techniques Edna Gibson , Devon Guild
Buttonholes Buttonholes can look very unsightly and sometimes ... Forward
Planning Before starting to knit it is essential , yes , I said essential , to work a
tension piece of at least 6 inches ( 15cm ) square . ... be kept with a note giving details of the fleece , spin etc It can also be used as a test piece for washing and finishing .