The Vocabulary List

Each symbol indicates rhe way a stitch or group of stitches will b--> worked, the arrangement ol the symfcols on rhe chart determ nes the stitch pattern Usually the symbols resemble the way the stitches appear once knitted The symbol lor a knit stitch for example, is a blank box mimicking the flat appearance oi the knit stitch, the dot symbol for a purl slrtch depicts he bumpy appearance ol a purled stitch All rows are shown on the cna't as they appear on the public f d of the idbrtc...

Cabling Up Close

You can use schematic illustrations c' pattern pieces such as those lound in this book as S' e oo.de r> os for - -i.r projects c else draw shapes of your cw X Left Twist - Slip next st onto cn and hold in ront K1. K1 trom cn OR skip first St and K next st m back loop '.hen K the skipoed st slip both sts off LH needle together X R.ght Twist Siip next st onto cn and hold in oack K1. K1 from cn OR K2tog. leaving them on LH needle, insert point of RH needle between these 2 sts and K the first one...

Cable D Pattern

Believe it or not. a knitted skirt can be quite Mattering to one's figure1 The vertical arrangement ol cables makes this one especially slimming Small IMediur . Larue. IXI ir . ructit.- ne for s 'hU. st s> e. with changes for other sees noted n pareniher.es a necessary Tjtoi engti> -' exciud ng fringe Westminster F bers Jaeger s Extra F ne Menno DK 13 UK wc ght, TOO3'- woul each appro ' . oz 50 g and 13d yd 125 ml. 8 19. 10. 111 balls m 73 Biscu.t One pair eft ol sizes and 5 13 5 and 3 75...

Pattern Stitch Key

Blue Sky Alpaca s Worsted Hand Oyes worsted weignt. 5 i vr , . each an-rax 3V 07 100 g ana 100 yd 91 ml. 2 bads n 2000 Red -r- . 7 and 9 fj and fi 5 mm knitting needles or s gt re ncro. 1 to ohia lt n gauge - e f v - vt. 21 sts and 2' rows To save time, take time to check gauge K amp P6 Rib Pattern Imutt 12 -,lsI You'll be surprised at how fast you can make this funky bag Good thing, because everyone you know is going to want one1 Appro 9. wde 9 doop . E' Yarnss I3a ic -worsted weight, 100 r ....

Using The Cable Stitch Patterns

T u ne lt r np-. - tt. pat' -ns. knit a swatch ai least S ' hri gt widr. th . I .u've v. through the hart at least twice lengthwise, and m . . y lt ur jdjqe. working with cable pa1 terns, il can be difhcult to count your stitches since some stitches are traveling behind others Since you can'l see all a' ' e ch - .' 3 ount I hem. --impl. - -a.j'e- cnc st tch repeat across and then divide by the number of sldches nv . d fc ' rid the gauge. ' yo plan to wash an j o nek your project feces. I s r-...

Neckband Pattern

For fully-fashioned raglan decreases On RS row . work pan as established across first 6 sts. P2toq. work across n pan as established until 8 sis rem. ending row with iiSP. vork naff as established lo end 'uw. on WS mws work pal a es-t iblished -cross first 6 sis. 5SK work across in patt an established until 8 sts rem in row ending row w gt th K2tog. work pall established to end row For fully-fashioned increases On RS rows. work patt established across first 7 sts. Ml, work across m pall as...

Translation For Scarf Braided Cable Rib Pattern Chart

Scarf Braid Dibt Rib P ll f n tnwil Row 3 Ki. P2. slip sts onio c and hold in fronl. K2. Row 1 IR51. Ki. P2. K2. slip 2 sis onto en and held -r K trorn cn. K2. P2. K2 Repeat from across, ending b-ick. K2. K2 Irom cn. P2. K2 Repeat rorr across. Row 2. K2. P2. K2. Pfc K2 Repeal Iron across.

Right Cable Pattern

Row 15 Row 13 Row 11 Row 9 Row 7 Row 5 Row 3 Row 1 RS End chart for all pieces Middle of all sweater pieces Beg Row 1 of Sleeves for Sizes 2 and 4 Beg Row 1 of Sleeves for Sizes 6 and 8 End Row 1 of Sleeves for Sizes 2 and 4 Beg chart for all pieces. Middle of all sweater pieces End Row 1 of Sleeves for Sizes 6 and 8 End Row 1 of Sleeves for Sizes 2 and 4 Beg chart for all pieces. Middle of all sweater pieces End Row 1 of Sleeves for Sizes 6 and 8 III bet you ll want to kn t this casual...