Right Front Band

With right side facing, 3Xmm (US 3) needles and White, pick up and kl6 sts up right side of front neck. Work 5 rows rib as given for Left Front Band. COLLAR With right side facing. 3Xmm (US 3) needles and White, slip 6(7 8) sts from safety pin on right front neck onto a needle, pick up and k 15(15 17) sts up right side of front neck, k26(28 30) sts from back neck holder, pick up and k 15(15 17) sts down left side of front neck, k6(7 8) sts from safety pin on left front neck. 68(72 80) sts. 1st...

Beby 10com

Beg with a k row work chart until 28th row is completed. Cont in M. K 2 rows. Cast off. With 4mm (US 6) needles and M cast on 6 sts. Cont in garter st until strap measures 42cm 16J< in. Cast off. Place cast on edge of strap between two garter st ridges in middle of bag and cast off edge on other side between two garter st ridges. Sew into place. Sew side edges of bag to row ends of straps. Sew beads onto butterfly shape randomly using picture as guide. This pretty dress tor a baby is inspired...

Hooded jacket

20 21 23 24 50g balls of Debbie Bliss cotton double knitting. Pair each of 3 mm US 3 and 4mm US 6 knitting needles. Cable needle. 45 45 50 50 cm 18 18 20 20 in open-ended zip. 20 sts and 28 rows to 10cm 4in square over st st using 4mm US 6 needles. Patt panel over 18 sts measures 6cm 2' in. Abbreviations C3F - slip next 2 sts onto cable needle and leave at front, k1, then k2 from cable needle. C3B - slip next st onto cable needle and leave at back. k2, then k1 from cable needle. T3F - slip next...

Frontbands And Collar

With 3Xmm US 5 needles and right side facing, pick up and k71 82 93 101 sts up right front to shoulder seam. 20 22 24 28 sts from back neck, 71 82 93 101 sts down left 1st row P2, k2, p2 rep from to end. Next 2 rows Rib to last 65 75 86 94 sts. turn. Next 2 rows Rib to last 59 69 79 87 sts. turn. Next 2 rows Rib to last 53 63 72 80 sts. turn. Next 2 rows Rib to last 47 57 65 73 sts. turn. Next row Rib to end. Rib 3 more rows. Buttonhole row Rib 4. work 2 tog. yf, rib 14 16 14 16 2 2 3 3 times,...

Scarf with fair isle border

Scarf Fair Isle Knitting

As it is worked mainly in moss stitch this scarf is reversible. Its simple Fair Isle border makes it a good project for those new to this style of knitting. For added decoration there are beads worked into the cast on and cast off rows. Thread seven beads onto first ball of M. Make a slip knot and place on needle, bring a bead up along the yarn next to the needle, cast on 5 sts rep from 5 times more, bring a bead up along the yarn next to the needle, cast on one st. 32 sts. Next row K1, p 1 7...

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Stephen Siderow

Edited by Kate Haxell Photography by Craig Fordham Styling by Sammi Bell Designed by Sara Kidd Design conceived by Janet James Patterns checked by Marilyn Wilson Illustrations by Stephen Dew and Kate Simunck Printed and bound in Singapore by Tien Wah Press Introduction Embroidered Dress Baby Bobble Jacket Floral Jacket Cable Hooded Jacket Sweater with Ribbed Yoke Scarf with Fair Isle Border Baby Reefer Jacket and Hat Butterfly Bag Guernsey Dress Lace and Bobble Bootees Ballerina Top with...

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With right side facing 3Xmm US 3 needles and M pick up and k67 sts along cast 011 edge of first side. Beg with a p row, cont in st st. Work 1 row. Cont in patt from chart but using M instead of A, and A instead of M as foils 1st row KIM, 5M, 3B, 5M. 5A, 3B, 5A twice, 5M, 3B, 6M. Cont to 54th row, then work 1st to 26th Beg with a p row, work 11 rows in st st. With 3Xmm US 3 double pointed needles and M cast on 6 sts. Beg with a k row, work 10 rows st st. Next row K6, do not turn, bring the yarn...