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Knitting Tutorials and stitches
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Красиво убавляем (фото). | вязание | Постила - Thank God for Google translator!
Three different ways to work the borders of a bottom-up raglan sleeve ~~ Красиво убавляем (фото).
Красиво убавляем (фото). | вязание | Постила
bottom up crescent shawl - from article on shawl anatomy - Tricksy knitter
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Différentes constructions de châle
HACIA abajo arriba la media luna del mantón
Tricksy Knitter by Megan Goodacre » Shawl Anatomy
Gorgeous and easy free eyelet rib knitting stitch pattern. Abbreviations: k= knit p= purl yf = yarn forward k2tog = knit two stitches together sl = slip psso = pass the slipped stitch over Multiples of 7 plus 2 Row 1: p2 * k5, p2; rep from * to end Row 2: k2, *…
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Gorgeous and easy free eyelet rib knitting stitch pattern.
Double Eyelet Rib
Ravelry: Sankaku Shawl pattern by Olga Buraya-Kefelian. Intricate texture of positive and negative triangles is created by combining short rows and dropped stitches for this unique technique.
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o l g a j a z z y - Sankaku Shawl. Incredible this is a knitted shawl !
Ravelry: Sankaku #Shawl pattern by Olga Buraya-Kefelian. #crochet #scarf
Ravelry: Sankaku Shawl pattern by Olga Buraya-Kefelian. Intricate texture of positive and negative triangles is created by combining short rows and dropped stitches for this unique technique. .. Its on hanger can do this as a jewelry holder or hair bow holder ... http://www.pinterest.com/larisaew/knitting/
What an awesome stitch pattern! Ravelry: Sankaku Shawl pattern by Olga Buraya-Kefelian
Ravelry: Sankaku Shawl pattern by Olga Buraya-Kefelian
Ravelry: Summer Fling pattern by Espace Tricot- - free knitting pattern
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Ravelry: Summer Fling pattern by Espace Tricot- - free knitting pattern, bag
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Ravelry: Summer Fling pattern by Espace Tricot Free pattern
Summer Fling pattern by Espace Tricot
lace knitting stitch pattern free
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Lace Knitting Stitch #104.
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Diamonds and Bobbles - Knitting Kingdom
The Intriguing Chain Stitch: How To Do | Colorful Stitches
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The Intriguing Chain Stitch Knitting Tutorial - (colorfulstitchesblog)
FREE KNITTING HELP I LIKE THIS TECHNIQUE. :) How To Do The Intriguing Chain Stitch.
Colorful Stitches: The Intriguing Chain Stitch: How To Do Like this.
Colorful Stitches: The Intriguing Chain Stitch: How To Do
Ravelry: Project Gallery for Tree pattern by Ariel Barton - free knitting pattern
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Meg's baby blanket. Ravelry: Project Gallery for Tree pattern by Ariel Barton - free knitting pattern
free lotr tree of gondor hobbit party tree pattern Ravelry: missy42's Untitled Baby Blanket
Ravelry: Tree pattern by Ariel Barton #FreePattern
Technique Thursday — Ysolda
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Technique Thursday — Ysolda - continue in pattern while shaping #knitting #technique
Does that phrase put you off a pattern completely? Make you nervous about whether you're really doing it right? If it does, you're not alone! When writing patterns I try to give specific directions for every detail, but sometimes the cleanest, most legible option is to establish a stitch pattern and leave it up to the knitter to keep it going. I find it helpful to think of allover patterns as a piece of decorated fabric or paper that I'm cutting into with my shaping. Everything should line up vertically with the fabric in the middle, not necessarily with what the stitch below the increase or decrease used to be. A very simple example If I was working seed stitch and had a purl at the beginning of the row if I decreased right at the beginning my first stitch would then be a knit to maintain the pattern. Decrease again and that first stitch would switch back a knit. It doesn't matter what the first stitch has been before, it matters what is next to it in the pattern. Shaping in lace patterns Let's look at a fairly simple allover diamond pattern. We can tell from this chart that the pattern has the same number of stitches on every row ( see this post if you're unfamiliar with charts), which means that every yarn over is compensated for by a decreased stitch. When shaping that is the crucial thing to remember — unless you want to decrease a stitch for your shaping, every yarn over must be compensated for. If there aren't enough stitches for both the yarn over and the decrease don't work either of them. Work those stitches in your ground pattern (usually stockinette but possible reverse stockinette, garter, seed etc). How would we maintain this pattern while shaping something like an armhole? These are the stitches that might be affected by the bite taken out of the fabric. Rule 1: every yarn over must be compensated for. Rule 2: no yarn overs or decreases right on the edge (another way to say this would be that I want a selvedge stitch to make seaming easier — your pattern might specify that this should be two stitches wide). Rule 3: all shaping decreases should be worked 1 stitch in from the edge and should lean in the same direction. After going through each potential trouble spot identified above the chart looks like this. And in real life it looks like this: Can you spot where Bex (who knit this up and then charted it with my input) and I disagreed on which way some shaping decreases should lean? Haha. They can be consistent with the rest of the pattern or all one way — personally I think the latter, as charted, is a wee bit cleaner. It certainly isn't necessary to chart out a pattern like this, but if you're struggling to visualise how to shape your pattern it can be very helpful to plan ahead. You may find that especially useful when increasing since you'll have less of the established pattern on the needles to guide you. Decreasing almost invisibly in colourwork Close up of Little Birds. In most stitch patterns whether to lean increases and decreases towards or away from the edge being shaped is simply an aesthetic choice. See this earlier Technique Thursday post for examples. In stranded colourwork leaning decreases towards the edge being shaped and making sure to work them in the colour that matches the established pattern for that stitch will make them blend in almost imperceptibly. Sweet.
Ysolda's Technique Thursday — maintaining knit stitch patterns while increasing or decreasing. There are many other knit tips on the site - thankx.
Technique Thursday — Ysolda Continue Pattern While Shaping
Awesome crochet technique looks like broomstick lace! falso crochê de grampo
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Poncho crema - Cream color poncho
Faux hairpin lace ~~ just ordinary crochet ~~ falso crochê de grampo
False hairpin crochet
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Broomstick (Peruvian knitting) | Broomstick | post
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Just love it and prefer it knitted than crocheted :) Sapphires-n-Purls: A Knitting Blog: Knitted Broomstick Lace
Broomstick Stitch - knitting
How To Knit Broomstick Lace. No crochet hook required!!!
Knitted Broomstick Lace
军绿菠萝裙 - Malinda - Malinda的编织博客
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Dark green pineapple skirt - Malinda - Malinda knitting blog
Crochet Dress with Diagram
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Ravelry: Project Gallery for golfjes a skirt pattern by atelier alfa
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golfjes a skirt
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I'm in love with this cardigan and floral dress.
Love the tight cardigan with the dress
Floral dress + textured cardi
Ravelry: jettshin's Gyoen-October sweater II
Lace knitting pattern
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CHERRY TREE HILL SELF STRIPING. No real border, block out points with pins. Chart this so we have 3 of the thick motifs in the middle, and the thin waves on either side.
motivi tricot Lace knitting pattern
This lace pattern is in Russian, but it looks pretty standard.
Irish mesh stitch
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KNITTING | The Irish Mesh Stitch is a simple knitting stitch and would look great on almost any knitted project
Irish Eyelet Mesh Stitch | Knitting Unlimited