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The Cottage Socks Beginner Knitting Pattern

Last week we talked about learning to crochet. Now it’s time to talk learning to knit! The cold winter months are a great time to learn a new craft and bonus: you get cool stuff out of it! I …

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Sunday Sweater

The Sunday Sweater is worked from the top down. The yoke is worked in the round in rib and shaped with increases. The body and sleeves are worked in stockinette stitch and finished with rib edges. The sleeves on the Sunday Sweater are long and are worked with increases so they widen towards the cuff. After working the neck edge, it is knitted together to form a folded edge before the yoke is worked – alternatively it can be folded over and sewn to the inner side of the sweater at the end. Size guide The Sunday Sweater is designed to have approx. 10-15 cm [4-6 inches] of positive ease, meaning it is designed to be 10-15 cm [4-6 inches] larger in circumference than your widest upper body measurement. The sizes XS (S) M (L) XL (2XL) 3XL are designed to fit a bust circumference of 80-85 (85-90) 90-95 (95-100) 100-110 (110-120) 120-130 cm [31½-33½ (33½-35½) 35½-37½ (37½-39½) 39½-43¼ (43¼-47¼) 47¼-51¼ inches]. The measurements for the finished garment are on the front page of the pattern (note that these measurements are only achieved if the correct gauge is kept). Before beginning your project, measure yourself with a measuring tape around your bust (or wherever you are the widest) to determine which size will fit you the best. For example, if you measure 94 cm 37 inches you should knit a size M. A size M sweater has a finished circumference of 106 cm [41¾ inches], which in the given example would mean 12 cm [4¾ inches] of positive ease. Sizes: XS (S) M (L) XL (2XL) 3XL Bust circumference: 97 (103) 106 (111) 120 (132) 140 cm [38¼ (40½) 41¾ (43¾) 47¼ (52) 55 inches] Length: 55 (57) 59 (60) 65 (67) 68 cm [21¾ (22½) 23¼ (23½) 25½ (26½) 26¾ inches] (measured from the transition between the neck edge and the yoke) Gauge: 14 sts x 20 rows in stockinette stitch on 7 mm needles = 10 x 10 cm [4 x 4 inches], after blocking Needles: Circular needles: 6 mm [US10] / 40 and 80 cm [16 and 32 inches], 7 mm / 40, 60 and 80 and/or 100 cm [14, 24 and 32 and/or 40 inches] Double-pointed needles: 5 mm [US8] and 7 mm Yarn: 350 (350) 400 (450) 450 (500) 550 g Snefnug from CaMaRose (50 g = 110 m [120 yds]) or 350 (350) 400 (400) 400 (450) 500 g Alpaca 3 from Isager (50 g = 125 m [137 yds]) or 250 (300) 300 (350) 350 (350) 400 g KOS from Sandnes Garn (50 g = 150 m [164 yds]) held together with 100 (100) 100 (125) 125 (125) 150 g Silk Mohair from Isager Yarn (25 g = 212 m) or Tilia from Filcolana (25 g = 210 m) or Tynn Silk Mohair from Sandnes Garn (25 g = 212 m)

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Join Crochet Squares ~ Flat Slip Stitch Seam

There are several ways to join granny squares, but in this photo tutorial I’ll show you my favourite method, the flat slip stitch seam.

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Check Check Cardi

Stand out in this timeless cardigan featured in a slouchy silhouette and checkered design with exaggerated sleeves for added dimension. Open-front silhouetteDropped shouldersChunky knit fabrication

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Kimono de Punto de Bebé – Patrón y Tutorial - Paperblog

¡Hola Creativas! Si hay una cosa que tengo clara con respecto a la ropita para los bebés, es que esta tiene que ser lo más cómoda y fácil de poner y quitar.

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Joining sweater parts at the underarm: Here comes the fun! - Fringe Association

I don’t know why I’ve been waiting for someone to have photos of this process, when I’ve got my world-class illustration skills to draw on! (This #fringeandfriendsknitalong has it all, people.) Ok, these may not be award-winning illos, but hopefully they’re good enough for our purposes here today, which is to talk about how to […]

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Arm Knitting and Hand Crocheting Patterns | Ohhio

Arm Knitting and Hand Crocheting Patterns and Instructions by Ohhio

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Knit Elastic Stitch You Can Easily Learn

Learn how to work this great knit elastic stitch. Keep reading for tips on how to master the technique of knitting this tight and complex pattern.

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