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Right Being a little behind in my knitting projects I am not even talking Christmas!! I have finally completed the afghan designed for my nephew who was married in July.
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I did adjust the number of squares and added my stockinette border after instead of while knitting the entire piece. I just find that it adds more stability to the piece. This week we have a free pattern from Cascade. A hat is a nice way to try Fair Isle. You can easily change the colors to your favorites to change the look. You may be surprised at how easily multi-color knitting can be done! Click here for a link to the free pattern.
Ready, Set, Knit! Upcoming Events: Stitches West , next week! Left I knit the multidirectional cowl for my sister-in-law this Christmas.
She loves earthy tones and Debbie Bliss Glen seemed the perfect choice. Dramatic increases occur on one side only, creating a curve that allows the piece to drape naturally around the neck and shoulders. And, when blocked, the neck edge flows in gentle, attractive scallops. Want it bigger? You can add beads, too, if you desire. Finally, an IRS you can love! Irresistible Reversible Socks: Wear them inside-out or outside-in. Make them for guys. Make them Make them for all your sock-loving pals. Make them bigger or make them smaller.
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Make them shorter or make them taller. With the ribbing in or the ribbing out The IRS is loveable beyond any doubt! Two chart sizes shown.. And here it is! The book features video t You can work this pattern to fit the foot you want. Teen, man, woman--sma Two charts will be provided, and you can further tweak sizing by going up or down a needle size or two. These stranded socks feature a classic design, best shown off by using a hardtwist, solid sock yarn. Two highly contrasting colors are your best options between and yds of each. Classic black and white, red and black, or dark gray and cream.
You get the idea. As always, color is YOUR choice! US 3 DPNs or circ, if you like working top-down socks on circs. You can go down a needle size or two to tweak sizing.
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On 3 needles, you will gauge at about 8 sts per inch. The design will be a classic one you will recognize after a few rounds. You can work it on 64 or 72 sts…actually, any multiple of 8 sts, and you will be able to further tweak the sizing by going up or down a needle size. It has been a long winter, but Spring is finally here! Still, even now, we need socks to go with our jeans. This is the final pattern The pattern features an easy colorwork design, the Sweet Tomato Heel STH that allows the colorwork pattern to continue, uninterrupted through the instep.
Of course, your fave sock yarn will work well. And it features a pocket, too. This pocket differs from those featured in other patterns of the series. It is more obvious than the others, and it is part of the design of the sock. Still perfectly convenient for holding a key and some cash.
Because the socks are stranded, they have double the wool for extra yummy early Spring warmth. Well, I do. And I did. And the result, this time, is an enchanting, flowing, lightly-beaded, co Choose your own colors and beads and make this happy, whimsical, dramatic, thoughtful…but stunning however you knit it!
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