How to Join a New Ball of Yarn in Three Different Ways Pattern #457│by ThePatternFamily
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This pattern is written in English only. This pattern contains a standard template for a dress with sleeves, two different sleeve options and fourteen seasonal skirt designs, ranging from easy to more challenging knits.
Tutorial: Jogless Join
Pin It Anyone who knows me in a "knitterly" way, knows that I *love* knitting in the round. There's something very zen about being able to knit stitch after stitch in a rhythm without stopping to turn your work. But what do you do when you want to knit stripes? There's no seam to hide the join. And if you just join mid-row, you end up with a jog. What is a jog? It's the spot where your old color ends and your new color begins. When you knit in the round, you're actually knitting in spirals…
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by Nancy Bush Pattern source: Folk Socks / Nancy Bush Yarn: Gjestal Maija, white 202, red 237, blue 206 and light brown 281, under 50 grams of each Needles: 3,25 mm Modifications: used only four colours instead of five I wasn't happy knitting these socks. Fair isle is not my forte, and with a thicker yarn it's even more difficult I think. Also, I don't get the afterthought heel. It fits fine, but I don't understand why I would like to knit the heel last? Enlighten me please if you have any…
Broken Seed Stitch Socks pattern by Hanna Leväniemi
Please note that these are just my notes rather than a complete pattern. Unfortunately there are no detailed instructions for the heel and the toe included in the pattern.
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