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Source: delisandwich, via moomuck) Before it fades

If you've lost track of where you are in a cable repeat, it's easy to count the number of rounds or rows since your last crossing. Pull a ca...

This should be easy enough to figure out, right? #knitting #patterns

photographer's comment: Yes they are just normal pins. The needles I use to knit miniatures are no thicker than these, just much longer.

  • Pattie Winburn

    I love this!! I do cross stitch embroidery in miniature scale - rugs and pictures, don't think I am coordinated enough to knit, though.

  • Sandy Beach

    @Pattie Winburn I thought it was a cute pin. I am not a very handy person. I am impressed you can do miniature needlework. I think i would be very clumsy and frustrated doing something this small.

  • Pattie Winburn

    try it, you might be surprised !! get longer needles, though!

Cozy colour, cool technique: Hem in the same step with your bind-off.

  • KirsiN

    During my education in 90s at School of Arts and Design in Finland there were also taught another technique, hem in the same step as knitting. After the first rows you fold the hem and knit together with the stitches you left on a waste yarn (the start row).

  • Carla MacMIllan

    Clever, less bulk

  • KirsiN

    Yes, that's right, it brings a more neat result. This is practiced especially when you machine knitting where the start row often is on a waste yarn.

  • Tondalaya VanLear

    This link is not secure or accurate... beware.

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clairestraker: Mary Walker Phillips; from the book: “Creative Knitting: A New Art Form”.

a picture of cables. check out the website, very cool pictures/ideas. Not just knitting in the slightest.

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