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Вязание спицами: узоры для начинающих

Уметь вязать спицами – это действительно замечательно! Ведь в этом случае можно убить сразу двух зайцев – Вы сможете носить эксклюзивные вещи, то есть такие, которых наверняка больше нет ни у кого, ведь Вы будете сами продумывать модели и их рисунок. Кроме того, Вы существенно сэкономите на покупке одежды для своей семьи, ведь Вам не придется отдавать деньги за работу над вещью.

Repairing a hand-knit sock with a knit-in-place patch | Taking Time to Smell the Roses

Socken & Strümpfe für Damen | Amazon.de

Repairing a hand-knit sock with a knit-in-place patch | Taking Time to Smell the Roses

Free Knitting Pattern for Shepherd's Plaid Slippers - Fair isle plaid slippers designed by E.M. Puff

Plaid Knitting Patterns

Free Knitting Pattern for Shepherd's Plaid Slippers - Fair isle plaid slippers designed by E.M. Puff

Sandra Marie Lund on Instagram: “D E T A I L S ⚜️ #kofte #koftestrikk #raumababypanda @raumagarn”

761 Likes, 17 Comments - Sandra Marie Lund (@threadsofwonder) on Instagram: “D E T A I L S ⚜️ #kofte #koftestrikk #raumababypanda @raumagarn”

Minun piti päivittää nämä sukat blogiin jo eilen ystävänpäivänä, mutta emme ehtineet kuvaamaan näitä valoisan aikaan. Tässä siis juuri ystä...

Sydänsukat

Minun piti päivittää nämä sukat blogiin jo eilen ystävänpäivänä, mutta emme ehtineet kuvaamaan näitä valoisan aikaan. Tässä siis juuri ystä...

Ravelry: 0-996 Christmas Stampede - Socks with Norwegian pattern in Fabel pattern by DROPS design-free pattern

0-996 Christmas Stampede pattern by DROPS design

DROPS Christmas: Knitted DROPS socks with Norwegian pattern in ”Fabel”

Chicken Legs - Socks with Norwegian pattern in Karisma by DROPS design

0-910 Chicken Legs pattern by DROPS design

DROPS Easter: Knitted DROPS socks with Norwegian pattern in ”Karisma”

Stricken                                                       …

Rick Rack Scarf

I recently unearthed the first project I ever knit, a moth-eaten stockinette scarf. I made it over twenty years ago while I was spending a school year in rural France. My French "mother" was the town librarian and an amazing knitter. She opened her stash basket to me and walked me through every step of that crazy scarf. Since then I've made dozens of scarves, and I wonder sometimes if I've run out of fresh ideas for the next one. After all, the criteria for a scarf pattern are rather…