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Icelandic knitting: steek with me (2): Olga « Tricoteuse d'Islande

Icelandic knitting: steek with me (2): Olga « Tricoteuse d'Islande

Icelandic knitting: steek with me (2): Olga « Tricoteuse d'Islande

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The Zen of Kitchener Stitch -print and stick on a 3 x 5 index card to keep in your knitting bag.

The Zen of Kitchener Stitch. I am not into Zen, but i do like directions that are enumerated. it makes it a lot easier for me to understand, and edits out superfluous language.

The Zen of Kitchener Stitch I wish I could just remember this with out looking up each time I knit socks!

Grafting or Kitchener Stitch can be a very useful technique that shouldn't be missing from your knitting repertoire. it's a great way of joining two rows of live stitches to create a seamless app.

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