Download 200 ripple stitch patterns by JAN EATON PDF

By JAN EATON

Создавайте красивые вязаные полотна с разноцветными зигзагами и эффектными остроконечными краями, которые идеально подходят для афганов, детских одеял и даже для панно. Эта удобная в работе книга включает two hundred красочных образцов с эффектом «зигзаг» для вязания крючком и на спицах, с использованием разнообразных техник вязания, от традиционных шотландских мотивов до современных текстурированных образцов.

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3 Bind off all the stitches, leaving an 18-inch-long (46cm) tail. 2 stitches and 1 row equals 4 inches (10cm). 4 Place the piece on your work surface wrong side up and then seam the edges by using a whip stitch. This project was made with 2 balls of Loops & Threads Biggie in Dark Gray, 21 yards (19m). 5 Weave in all the ends. Whip stitch the seam carefully so it’s barely visible no matter how you wear this cowl. Keeping the stitches tight as you arm knit will give this cowl more durability. Try leaving the cowl unseamed.

3 Bind off all the stitches, and weave in all the ends. Assemble Sew 2 buttons to the short edge of the stockinette side of each boot cuff. To hide the thread, use your fingers to unroll the T-shirt yarn and then sew the button there. When you finish, the yarn will roll back up, hiding the sewing. Trim the button threads. Choose buttons that either stand out against the yarn you use or ones that blend into the cuffs. You can use a different yarn or a different number of strands, but make sure the cuff isn’t too bulky.

First bar Right sides up 1 Place the two knitted pieces side by side, with the right sides up (unless the project instructions say to arrange them differently). 2 Stretch the side edges of both pieces to reveal the small “bars” that run side to side. Insert the seaming tail (shown in orange) under the first bar on the left piece. Pull Second bar 4 Insert the seaming tail under the second bar on the left piece. Pull 5 Continue weaving the seaming tail under the next bar, moving from side to side.

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