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By Judith Durant

101 dressmaker One-Skein Wonders is a delightful collection of knitting styles that every use only a unmarried skein of yarn -- ideal for all these leftover skeins you've gotten tucked away! The styles have been contributed by way of knitwear designers around the usa and are ideal for knitters of all ability levels. These dressmaker initiatives variety from the lovable to the based. there are many styles for these can't-have-enough goods -- hats, scarves, luggage, and shawls -- yet you'll additionally locate the unforeseen, like a knitted pc hide, a tub rug, a mitered sq. belt with beads, and a ring-bearer pillow. There's whatever for everyone!

 

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Place 9 palm stitches and 9 back stitches on string to hold for Little Finger. Cast on 6 stitches, rejoin and work in pattern to end of round. • Continue as for Left Warmer, knitting the Ring Finger, the Middle Finger, and then the Index Finger, using the same number of stitches specified for Left Warmer for each finger. Knit the Little Finger and Thumb as for Left Warmer. Finishing • Weave in all ends, using the tails to close up any holes at the base of the fingers that may have developed despite your best efforts.

Repeat Rows 1–6 for pattern. Body K2, *yo, K1, SK2P, K1, yo, K1; repeat from * to last stitch, K1. ROW 2: Knit. Repeat Rows 1 and 2 for pattern. ROW 1: N amed for the Ancient Minoan mother of the gods, this stole combines old and new, and surprisingly easy lace patterns that emphasize the beauty of the hand-dyed alpaca-silk yarn. 75 mm) straight needles or size you need to obtain correct gauge 20 stitches = 4" (10 cm) in pattern, blocked OT H ER SUPPL IES Tapestry needle A B B R EV IAT IONS SK2P slip 1, knit two together, pass slipped stitch over ssk slip 1, slip 1, knit 2 slipped stitches over yo yarn over Knitting the Edgings (make two) • Cast on 10 stitches.

Some design for yarn companies, some are published in magazines, some write books, some work in yarn shops, and some knit for family and friends. Whatever the background, we all have one thing in common: We love yarn and can’t have too many different ways to use it. The patterns presented here are organized by yarn weight, so whether you’re tempted by a skein of bulky-weight merino, a ball of ­novelty ribbon, or a skein of lace-weight alpaca, you can easily find an idea for using it within these pages.

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