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LottieDa's Drop Stitch Scarf. Cast on 70 st. With 13 needle. 20 rows of grater. Then with 11 needles .Row 1: K1 yo, repeat to end. Ending with a k sts. 2nd row k1, drop all yo & K the K sts. to end. Keep repeating both rows. I just knitted till I had enough yarn to do garter. Knit garter with 13 needles at bottom, same as other end. Bind off!

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simple ladder lace - Cast on 24 sts (or any number of stiches dividable with 4). Knit 2 rows Knit pattern row: K4, (YO, K2tog, K2) repeat between ( ) 5 times. Repeat the pattern row until your scarf is at desired length. Knit 1 row.

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Knot Stitch | The Weekly Stitch....learn a new stitch every week

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Seagrass-Throw - This easy blanket makes a great project for a charity donation. Big needles and open stitches mean it works up in a jiffy

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Love this stitch. It makes a shawl/scarf light enough to use in the summer, but warm enough for cool fall weather, too. This video knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the veil stitch. This lace pattern creates a web of interlocking loops that is very open and airy. It is a great pattern for shawls, wraps, and even market bags.

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This pattern: multiples of 3, k1,*k3tog but leave stitches on left hand needle, YO and still leave stitches on L needle, k3tog again and now drop stitches from needle*, k1

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Loosely CO 60 sts. Work all rows as follows: k1, *yo, p2tog*, k1. Loosely BO all sts by knitting . Wrap yourself up and enjoy! http://knitaly.blogspot.com/2010/06/100-grammi.html

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Mini Herringbone Stitch Pattern Wrong Side (WS): * P2tog and leave stitches on needle, purl the first stitch again and drop both stitches together from left-hand needle, repeat from * to last stitch, p1 Right Side (RS): *Slip 1 with yarn in back, k1, then with left-hand needle raise up the slipped stitch as if to bind off but before dropping off right-hand needle, knit it and then drop from needle, repeat from * to last stitch, k1

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Braided Scarf- 60 or so chain stitches (depends on your desired length) Double crochet back onto the chain Repeat for a total of five rows of double crochets(not including chain) x3 Take your three "mini scarves" and braid them together.Then sew your ends to make it an infinity and you're all set!

Pattern: CO 10 sts Row 1 - K1 *(YO, K2tog), repeat from * across to last stitch, K1 Repeat row 1 until you almost run out of yarn, bind off

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Am lately into the beauty of flowing garter-stich knit designs. Here's a lovely example featuring a *Free* pattern on Ravelry: spork's Pendulum, Amy Miller. http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/pendulum http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/pendulum

Free Knitting Pattern: Falling Water scarf pattern by Bonnie Sennott. Wavy lace pattern framed by a crisp garter stitch edge on all sides.

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