Minna M.
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Knit Flowers....I can see great uses for this, the ends of a scarf of the base to a sweater hmmmm... the design wheels are turning. I've been looking for a pretty knitted flower! This pattern is perfect!

Knit Flowers....I can see great uses for this, the ends of a scarf of the base to a sweater hmmmm... the design wheels are turning. I've been looking for a pretty knitted flower! This pattern is perfect!

Ravelry.com     .............................           SC.1 pattern by Alison Brookbanks match  to the Elementum!!.... and omit this drop stitch!!

Ravelry.com ............................. SC.1 pattern by Alison Brookbanks match to the Elementum!!.... and omit this drop stitch!!

Zipper Bracelet via pindemy.com

Zipper Bracelet via pindemy.com

Merida Pencil Skirt. #Chambray #MeridaPencilSkirt #Anthropologie

Merida Pencil Skirt. #Chambray #MeridaPencilSkirt #Anthropologie

Sexy Beige and Black Bodycon Lace Dress

Sexy Beige and Black Bodycon Lace Dress

Ingenue by roko20

Ingenue by roko20

Hmm like this idea. Slip stitch color work for dish towels

Hmm like this idea. Slip stitch color work for dish towels

I love this pattern one of these days I am going to knit this for myself. Ravelry: Project Gallery for Ink pattern by Hanna Maciejewska

I love this pattern one of these days I am going to knit this for myself. Ravelry: Project Gallery for Ink pattern by Hanna Maciejewska

"quinn utilizes a two color slipped stitch pattern, resulting in a doubly thick and cozy fabric. the slipped stitch technique knits up much more quickly than if one were to replicate the design through fair isle. while the back is different from the front, the slipped stitches arrange themselves neatly and nicely into a “purl-side” herringbone pattern."

"quinn utilizes a two color slipped stitch pattern, resulting in a doubly thick and cozy fabric. the slipped stitch technique knits up much more quickly than if one were to replicate the design through fair isle. while the back is different from the front, the slipped stitches arrange themselves neatly and nicely into a “purl-side” herringbone pattern."