Hold the working needle in your right hand and the needle with the stitches in your left. The yarn is held and worked with your right hand and is kept to the front of the work…Read More
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Hold the needle with the cast-on stitches in your left hand and the other needle in your right. Wrap the yarn around your fingers…Read More
Cast on two stitches using the knitted cast-on method. Insert the right needle between the two stitches on the left needle…Read More
Make a slip knot on the right needle, leaving a long tail. Wind the tail end around your left thumb, from the front to the back. Wrap the yarn from the ball over your left index finger and secure the ends in your palm…Read More
Make a slip knot on the left needle. Insert the right needle knitwise into the stitch on the left needle. Wrap the yarn around the right needle as if to knit…Read More
Before starting the slip knot, decide which method of casting on you want to try. If you choose the long-tail cast-on method, leave approximately an inch for every stitch that you’re about to place on the needle. For the knitted cast-on, leave eight to ten inches between the end of the yarn and the slip knot.Read More
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Measure the fabric along the lines shown.
Cut out fabric and interfacing as measured to the total width and length of the clutch with 0.25” seam allowance at the sides, 1.5” at the top, and 0.5” at theRead More
With so many colorwork patterns available at the moment, choosing the perfect color combinations can seem quite daunting. Of course, you could go with the shades in the given pattern, but this is almost certainly not going to suit every knitter. Therefore, we need to consider such things as favourite colors and colors that suitRead More
Explore the world of lace knitting in this new release. Read about the history of lace, including the similarities between the genre from various traditions, then explore more than 70 lace motifs and embellishments. From making bobbles to working with beading, knitters will delight in the combination of projects inside this book, including intricate weddingRead More