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How to knit slip stitch honeycomb

Slip Stitch Honeycomb

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Lovely structure.

Spring 2013 — Caroline Kaufman

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This peplum sweater cardigan will keep you cozy and snug.

Over 6,000 Free Patterns on LionBrand.com

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"Slippers for Her" free knitting pattern for beautiful ballet slippers.

3 Strand Cable Braid Knitting Tutorial - cool for a headband.

Concreate: 3 Strand Cable Braid Tutorial

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  • Amy Lucas

    One day you'll teach me to knit and it will stick

  • K Lanier

    You betcha!! This one really isn't that hard!

lily of the valley baby hat

Lily of the green Valley 6245 - Margareta Horn Design

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Check out this Prismatic Entrelac Purse made with Homespun by They Are All of Me. She includes the pattern and shows you how to do an entrelac stitch.

They Are All of Me: Prismatic Entrelac Purse

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aaron-symons: Topman Honeycomb Knitted T-Shirt

This Toothless knit hat is a must-make project after watching How to Train Your Dragon. Pattern found on Ravelry

Ravelry: My Favorite Dragon Hat pattern by Webknitter13

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Lining a Knitted Bag; This is one of the best tutorials I've seen on lining a knit bag! by Creative knitting

Almost Lost Washcloth Knitting Pattern - knit in garter stitch short rows to make a star shape.

The Almost Lost Washcloth Pattern

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Bramble Stitch. Ravelry: Loganberry Dishcloth pattern by Stacey Winklepleck {free}

Ravelry: Loganberry Dishcloth pattern by Stacey Winklepleck

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Beautiful stitch pattern. Plus a free scarf pattern.

Blanket using cables from Alice Starmore's St. Brigid cardigan www.ravelry.com/...

What a beautiful cuff, and I love how she lined the otherwise vulnerable lace detail with a contrasting color.

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Ravelry: Sylvi pattern by Mari Muinonen / tikru

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Crochet a chain of slip stitch through a YO edging for a firm, tailored edge - in a contrast color or the same color.

Double seed stitch Row 1: *K1, p1, repeat from * to last stitch, k1. Row 2: *P1, k1, repeat from * to last stitch, p1. Row 3: Repeat Row 2. Row 4: Repeat Row 1.