Framed Double Moss Stitch

Panel of 11 sts on background of reverse st st. 1st row (right side) P2, C3B, pi, C3F, p2. 3rd row PI, C3B, pi, kl, pi, C3F, pi. 5th row C3B, pi, kl, pi twice, C3F. 7th row K2, pi, kl, pi 3 times, k2. 8th row P2, kl, pi, kl 3 times, p2. 9th row Cr3L, pi, kl, pi twice, Cr3R. 10th row Kl, p2, kl, pi, kl twice, p2,kl. 11th row PI, Cr3L, pi, kl, pi, Cr3R, pi. 15th row P3, slip next 3 sts onto cable needle and leave at back of work, k2, k3 from cable needle, p3.

This classic design has a neat garterstitch collar and hem with a bobble detail that echoes the cabl

8(9) 100g hanks of Rowan Magpie Aran. Pair each of 4mm (No 8 US 6) and 5mm (No 6 US 8) 17 sts and 25 rows to 10cm 4in square over st st on 5mm (No 6 US 8) needles. 15 sts of panel A pattern measures 6cm 2' 2 n and 21 sts of panel B pattern measures 8.5cm 3' in on 5mm (No 6 US 8) needles. C3B si next st onto cable needle and leave at back of work, k2, then kltbl from cable needle C3F si next 2 sts onto cable needle and leave at front of work, kltbl, then k2 from cable needle C5 si next 3 sts...

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X X X XX X X X X XXX X XIX X X X XX xxxx X X X XX X X X X XXX X XIX X X X XX xxxx Tips Fair Isles The Fair Isle charts on this page and on pages 82-84 show niore than a full pattern repeat across the rows so that you can easily see how the pattern develops. Fair Isle hands like those shown on this page and page 82 can make interesting borders, particularly when used to add contrasting detail to intarsia designs or when worked singly in vivid colours on an otherwise plain garment. I Xj XX I...

Fair Isle Knitting

Stranding is used when the yarn not in use is left at the back of the work until needed. The loops formed by stranding are called 'floats' and it is important to ensure that they are not pulled too tightly when working the next stitch as this will pull in your knitting. If the gap between the colours is more than 4 stitches the weaving in method is preferable as this prevents too long floats that stop the fabric having the right amount o f elasticity. Many colour patterns will use both...

Securing Ends

Securing loose ends on a completed garment, particularly when it is a Fair Isle design, often seems to take as long as the actual knitting did. However, do not rush or ignore this part of the project as the fabric will eventually show up holes and ends, and other knitters can never resist turning a garment inside out to check how neatly the back has been finished. An end or yarn simply woven around the stitches can sometimes work itself loose once the garment is worn and washed. One way to...

This project is perfect for practising knitting in the round and the seamless fabric gives a neat fi

With 4mm No 8 US 6 needles and Red, cast on 70 sts, dividing sts onto 3 needles. Mark end of cast on row to denote end of rounds. Work 12 rounds in st st every round k . Cont in st st and stripe patt of 4 rounds Cream, Dec round K2 tog, k5 to end. 42 sts. Break off yarn and thread end through rem sts, pull up and secure. With set of four 4mm No 8 US 6 needles and Red, cast on 5 sts, dividing sts onto 3 needles. K 12 rounds. Break off yarn and thread end through sts, pull up and secure, then sew...

Hollow

Panel of 11 sts on background of reverse st st. Special abbreviation mb make 6 st bobble thus kl, pi 3 times all into next stitch, pass 2nd, then 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th sts over first st. 1st row right side P3, k2, mb, k2, p3. 5th and 6th rows As 1st and 2nd rows. 9th row PI, Cr3R, kl, pi, kl, Cr3L, pi. 10th row Kl, p3, kl, pi, kl, p3, kl. 11th row C3B, pi, kl, pi twice, C3F. 12th row P2, kl, pi, kl 3 times, p2. 13th row K3, pi, kl, pi twice, k3. 15th row Cr3L, pi, kl, pi twice, Cr3R. 17th row...

Reverse Stockingstitch Chevrons

1st row right side K5, pl,k5 to end. 2nd row K1, p3, k3 to last 4 sts, p3, kl. 4th row PI, k3, p3 to last 4 sts, k3, pl. 5th row K2, pl,k5 to last 3 sts, pl,k2. 1st row right side Kl, pi, k5, pi, kl 2nd row P1, k2, p3, k2, p 1 to end. 3rd row K2, p2, k 1, p2, k3, p2, k 1, p2 to last 4th row P3, kl, pi, kl, p5, kl, pi, kl to last Ist and every alt row right side Knit to end. 4th row K1, p2, k3 to last st, p 1. 7th and 8th rows As 5th and 6th rows 1st row right side P2, k2, p2, kl, p2, k2, p3,...

Make Bobble mb

Make Bobbles

A On a right side row work to the position of the JL bobble.Work kl,pl twice, all into next stitch. Slip the stitch off the left-hand needle so that the four new stitches are on the right-hand needle. 2 Turn the work so that the wrong side is facing and purl the four bobble stitches, then turn again and knit them.Turn and purl these 4 stitches again, thus making three rows in stocking stitch worked over the bobble stitches. 3 Turn the work so that the right side is facing. Slip the first two...

This childs sweater is in stocking stitch with a garterstitch hem which prevents the fabric rolling

7 8 9 11 13 50g balls of Rowan DK Handknit Cotton. Pair each of 33 imm No 9 US 4 and 4mm No 8 US 6 knitting needles. With 33 4mm No 9 US 4 needles cast on 73 81 85 89 91 stitches. Knit 6 rows. Beginning with a knit row, work in stocking stitch until 14' 1 6Va 1 7Va 19Va 2 3 4 in from beginning, ending 20 stitches and 28 rows to 10cm 4in square over stocking stitch 1 row knit, 1 row purl on 4mm No 8 US 6 needles. The instructions are written out in full for this project. With 33 imm No 9 US 4...

Twist Back TB

A Work to one stitch before the knit stitch. Miss _ . the first stitch, then knit the second the knit stitch through the front of the loop. 2 Without slipping the worked stitch off the needle, bring the yarn to the front and purl the missed stitch through the front of the loop, then slip both stitches off the left-hand needle together. 2 Without slipping the worked stitch off the needle, take the yarn back and knit the missed stitch through front of the loop, then slip both stitches off the...

Bobble

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Panel of 11 sts on background of reverse st st. Special abbreviation mb Make 4 st bobble thus kl, pi twice all into next st, turn and p4, turn and k4, turn and p4, turn and si 2, k2tog, pass 2 5th row P2, mb, p2, kl tbl, p2, mb, p2. 7th row Mb, pl,Tw2L, pi, kl tbl, pl,Tw2R, pi, mb. 8th row PI tbl,k2,p 1 tbl, kl,pl tbl twice,k2,pi tbl. 9th rowTw2L, pi,Tw2L, kl tbl,Tw2R, pl,Tw2R. 10th row Kl,Tw2RW, kl, pi tbl 3 times, kl, 11th row P2,Tw2L, ml, si 1, k2tog, psso, ml, Tw2R, p2. 12th row K3,Tw2RW,...

Triple Twisted Cable

Panel of 26 sts on background of reverse st st. 1st row right side K6, p4, k6 twice. 9th row K3,Cr5L, p2, k6, p2, Cr5R, k3. 10th row P3, k2 twice, p6, k2, p3 twice. 11th row Cr5L twice, k6, Cr5R twice. 12th row K2, p3, k2, pl2, k2, p3, k2. 13th row P2, Cr5L, C6F twice, Cr5R, p2. 17th row P2, Cr5R, C6F twice, Cr5L, p2. 19th row Cr5R twice, k6, Cr5L twice. 21st row K3, Cr5R, p2, k6, p2, Cr5L, k3. 22nd to 28th rows As 2nd to 8th rows.

Zigzag Lattice

How Knit Cr2l

Panel of 12 sts on background of reverse st st. 1st row right side Kl, pi 4 times, Cr4R. 2nd row Kl, p3, kl, pi 4 times. 3rd row Kl, pi 3 times, Cr4R, Cr2L. 4th row Pl,k2,p3, kl, pi 3 times. 5th row Kl, pi twice, Cr4R, Cr2L, Cr2R. 6th row K1, C2BW, k2, p3, k 1, p 1 twice. 7th row Kl, pi, Cr4R, Cr2L, Cr2R, Cr2L. 8th row Pl,k2, C2FW, k2, p3, kl, pi. 9th row Cr4R, Cr2L, Cr2R twice. 10th row Kl, C2BW, k2, C2BW, k3, p2. 11th row Cr4L, Cr2R, Cr2L twice. 12th row As 8th row. 13th row Kl, pi, Cr4L,...

Double Parallelogram Stitch

Ist row right side P5, k5 to end. 2nd row K1, p5, k5 to last 9 sts, p5, k4. 3rd row P3, k5, p5 to last 7 sts, k5, p2. 4th row K3, p5, k5 to last 7 sts, p5, k2. 5th row PI, k5, p5 to last 9 sts, k5, p4. 6th row P4, k5, p5 to last 6 sts, k5, pl. 7th row K2, p5, k5 to last 8 sts, p5, k3. 8th row P2, k5, p5 to last 8 sts, k5, p3. 9th row K4, p5, k5 to last 6 sts, p5, kl. 10th row K5, p5 to end. Rep these 10 rows.

Garment Instructions

Before starting knitting, read the instructions carefully to understand the abbreviations used, how the design is structured and in which order each piece is worked. However, there may be some parts of the pattern that will only become clear when you are actually knitting it, so do not assume that you are being dense or that the pattern is wrong. Patterns given in a range of sizes have the instructions for the smallest size printed first, followed by the other sizes in brackets. For example...

The throw uses a large slightly more complex cable combined with a simple stitcli cable and garter s

20 50g balls of Rowan DK Handknit Cotton. Pair of long 4mm No 8 US 6 knitting needles. Cable needle. Approximately 84cm x 122cm 33in x 48in. Tension 20 sts and 28 rows to 10cm 4in square over st st on 4mm No 8 US 6 needles. C4B si next 2 sts onto cable needle and leave at back of work, k2, then k2 from cable needle. Also see page 158. With 4mm No 8 US 6 needles cast on 175 sts. K 13 rows. Inc row K9, k twice in next st, k8, k twice in next st, k3 twice, k twice in next st, k8 rep from 5 times...