Loom Knitting Patterns

Knitting Loom Patterns Ebook

This knitting loom patterns ebook contains patterns for sweaters for your baby, toddler and small dog. You will find adorable booties, super warm slippers, popular doll clothes and many more. All items are made on the easy to find inexpensive, Knifty Knitter Looms. You will find patterns for Christmas gifts, baby showers and just to say I love you. My family loves the slippers, my dogs are toasty warm in the sweaters and also the granddaughters love the doll clothes. There are baby booties, slippers for toddlers, hats for friends and lets remember Dads cold feet. Adult Slippers, completely lined and knit in one piece. These slippers are thick and warm with a complete lining. This is just one of the many patterns you will enjoy in Looney for Looms Christmas stocking for your kids. Loom knitting is quick and easy, so grab your copy now and be ready for the holiday season. All of this for a very reasonable price. For the beginner as well as experienced, have a good time and create.

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Wristbands

Wristbands are the typical edge for the long sleeves of a sweater. They can be made as you knit the sleeve or by picking up the stitches after the sleeve is done. Double knitting them makes them sturdy. wristband made by picking up stitches I Cast on sleeve stitches with contrasting color yarn. When sleeve is completed, use yarn needle to undo stitches of beginning row, passing them onto knitting needle as you undo them. 2 Making a few evenly-spaced decreases, if desired, on first row, work...

Basic Stockinette

Heview notes on page 16 before beginning to knit. Shown in orange with light green ami magenta lower, and light green with orange and magenta lower. BACK AND FRONT CO 15 sis and Work in St st see Notes for 3 -2. On the next row. work neck opening .is follows Work 5 sts. gt 1 lip next 5 sts to holder, using the backward loop method see Notes CO 5 sts for back of neck, work last 5 Ms. Work even in Si gt t until piece measures 7 from the beginning. BO all sts. Measure up 2 from bottom of sweater...

The Integrated Camlock

Raising Cam

Thanks to the integrated cam-lock it is possible to loop-in or transfer stitches in the same stroke. In Picture 51 you can see the drawing of the carriage plate that carries out this process. Three-position cams open, half-way, closed A - Fixed lateral cam B - Lowering cam C - Needle raising cam D -Looping needle cam E - Receiving cam F - Fixed upper cam G - Transferring cam H - Fixed looping cam I - Lowering cam L - Fixed cam M and V - Fixed cam N and U - Fixed cam O and S - Sinker raising cam...

Single and double increases

The Back Stitch Single Knit

Increase of more than 2 stitches at beginning of row 1 Insert nght needle into first stitch on left needle and make knit stitch keep old stitch in place and slide added stitch back onto left needle next to it. 2 Make knit stitch in this added stitch and slide it back onto left needle as before. Continue to add stitches to left needle in this way until you have desired number. 3 Increase of more than 2 stitches at end of row At end of row, wrap yarn around right thumb and index finger to form a...

Knitting cams

The other type of cam, the angular knitting cam see Fig. 3.4 , acts directly onto the butts of needles or other elements to produce individual or serial movement in the tricks of a latch needle weft knitting machine. a Revolving cylinder machines - the needle butts pass through the stationary cam system and the fabric hanging from the needles revolves with them. b Reciprocating cam-carriage flat machines or rotating cam-box circular machines - the cams with the yarn feeds pass across the...

Warp knitted laps

Warp Knitting Lapping

Loops are termed 'laps' in warp knitting because the warp guides lap their yarn around the needles in order to form the loop structure. The loops overlaps may be open or closed. On the original warp frame as on many present-day crochet machines , the needle bar was in a horizontal and not a vertical position, with its beards facing upwards Fig. 5.2 .To produce a needle loop it was thus necessary to swing the guide upwards and shog it over the needle hook hence the term 'overlap' which refers...

Fancy Pattern

Flow 1 O, Kl. flow 2 O, K2. flow 3 O, Kl 3x. flow 4 O, Kl, P3, K2. flow 5 O, K2, O, K3, O, K2. flow 6 O, K2, P5, K3. Row 7 O, K3, O, KS, O, K3. flow 8 O, K3, P7, K4. flow 9 O, K4, O, K7, O, K4. How lth O, K4, P9, K5. Left four plain units assembled into a square. Right four fancy units assembled into a square. How 12 O, K5, Pll, K6. How 13 O. K6, O, Kll, O, K6. Hon 14 O, K6, P13, K7. Hon 15 O. K7, O, K13, O, K7. Hom 16 O, K7, P15, K8. Ron- 17 O, K31. How 18 O, K8, P15, K9. How 19 ami all...

Short Rows

Short Row Knitting

Short rows are partially knitted rows the work is turned before the row is completed and the same stitches are worked back across. This results in there being two more rows at one side of the fabric than at the other. Short row knitting is also called turning, or partial knitting. The technique is commonly used for shaping sock heels, known as turning a heel. On each turning row one less stitch is worked and then, to turn the heel, you work one more stitch each turning row until you are back to...

Cable blanket

Knitting Pattern Cable Blanket

To fit ages 3-6 6-9 9-12 12-18 18-24 months Length to shoulder 22 24 26 28 32 cm 2 3 3 3 4 x 50g balls of Debbie Bliss Baby Cashmerino in teal Ml 1 x 50g ball each pale blue A , indigo Bl. time C . burgundy ID and ecru E Pair each of 23Amm, 3mm and 3'Amm knitting needles One each 23Amm, 3mm and 3'Amm circular needles 6 6 6 7 7 buttons 25 sts and 34 rows to 10cm square over st st using 3'Amm needles.

Library

Little Bow Stitch Knitting Loom

Create something light and airy to wear this summer using one of our favourite mesh stitches. Knitting has never been cooler k2tog knit the nejit two stitches together KW2 kh it the stitch, wrapping the yarn round the needle twice KW3 knit the stitch, wrapping the yarn round the needle three times P purl p2tog pur I the next two stitches together pi pass slipped stitch ewer pwise purlwise iep s repeals R W S right wrong side it i stitchfes si slip stitch tbl through the back of Theyarn used is...

Sheepfold

Knitted Sheepfold Cable

Contributed by Elizabeth Zimmermann, Milwaukee. Wisconsin This pattern was originally planned for circular knitting, so that all rows would be worked from the right side. To do it in this way, simply work all odd-numbered rows backward, substituting knit for purl and vice versa, and working plain RT and LT instead of RRT and RLT. When converted into back-and-forth knitting, the pattern calls for some twists made on the wrong side. See Sunrise Shell Pattern for additional discussion or RLT....

Beading

Yarn Bobbins Homemade

W orking with beads is a fun way of personalizing a garment. It is simple and fast, requiring no extra hassle after finishing your work. Instead, the beading grows as you knit and is done at the same time your garment is done. B P o o m K gt v . r o c n co - c c i- IYou can follow printed designs, or make your own on graph paper, with each square representing a knit stitch use colored pencils to indicate the desired colors. If beads are used in a solid pattern, use small beads, such as seed...

Triangular Shawl

Instructions from the Norwegian Handicraft Union, adapted from a shawl in the Norwegian Folk Museum's collections. Yarn 2-ply wool yarn at about 1750 yd lb, about 300 g 11 oz Needles 2 ens 80 cm, 3.5 mm 32 in, US 5 crochet hook 3 mm Cast on 580 sts. Mark the center with a contrasting thread. Knit back and forth for 16 rows in garter st. Begin the decs on the 2nd row bind off 2 sts at the beginning of the row, knit until 2 sts before the center, ssk, k2 tog on the 2 sts after the center marking,...

Slip stitch and passing slip stitch over

Pass Slip Stitch Over

There are several ways to vary the basic knit and purl stitches for decorative purposes. These variations include slip stitch, passing slipped stitch over, yarn over, long stitch, and crossed stitch. This variation of knit and purl slipped stitches is used to decrease number of stitches. The method may differ from slip stitches above in how stitch is slipped onto right needle. When you knit, your yarn stays in back of the work when you purl, it stays in front. 2 Pass slip stitch over double...

Fluffy Brioche

Honeycomb Baby Blanket Knit Pattern

All Brioche patterns are fluffy and loose, but this one is particularly so. It makes a beautiful, soft, honeycomb-like texture that is perfect for summer sweaters, baby blankets, shawls, etc. It should be worked with a light hand, on needles that are not too small. When casting on, use two needles held together, so that the cast-on stitches will be large enough to spread to the width of the fabric. Bind oil' very loosely, preferably with larger needles, on one of the right-side rows. Row I...

Vertical Drop Stitch

Drop Stitch Knitting

Eisner, Aldan, Pennsylvania This pattern is pretty on both sides of the fabric, and also can be used horizontally, as in a sweater worked from one side to the other. To finish, work Row 6 or Row 12 omitting the yo's, then bind off the original number of stitches will be thus restored. Preparation row, right side Kl, p2, kl, yo, kl, p2, k2 rep from , end p2, kl. Rows 1, 3, and 5 Wrong side PI. k2, p2, k2, p3 rep from , end k2, pi. Rows 2 and 4 Kl, p2, k3, p2, k2 rep...

Turret Edging

Binding Off Knitting

This is the plain cast-on-and-cast-off edging that is so useful as a finish to a bedspread or slip -anything that hangs downward. It also makes a beautiful and unusual finish for a sleeve or a turned-down collar. Rows 1, 2. and 3 Knit. Row 4 Cast on 3 sts, knit. Rows 5, 6, and 7 -Knit. Row 8 Cast on 3 sts, knit. Rows 9, 11, 13, 14, and 15 Knit. Rows 10 and 12 Purl. Row 16 Bind off 3 sts, knit. Rows 17, 18, and 19 Knit. Row 20 Bind off 3 sts, knit.

Two Color Plaited Basketweave

Plaited Basket Stitch Knit

On a purely physical basis, his pattern is not an easy one to work. It is extremely dense a large number of stitches makes a surprisingly small piece and should be worked with large needles. The dropped stitch may shorten so much that it is difficult to retrieve, especially in Row 2. But this awkwardness cart be overcome by putting the stitch on a cable needle instead of simply dropping it. Some knitters will find one of these methods preferable, some the other. Notice that the third, or extra...

Long stitch and crossed stitch

Long Stitch Needle Work

ILong stitch worked in the row below. Insert right needle through center of stitch just below next stitch on left needle. Wrap yarn around tip of right needle to knit and draw new stitch through on right needle, sliding unworked stitch and one below it just worked off left needle. Unworked stitch will undo itself but be caught on long stitch. 2 Long stitch worked several rows below. This is used for honeycomb pattern. Work 4 rows in stockinette stitch knit 1 row, purl I row before establishing...

Selection Systems

Cartridge Jacquard Knitting Machine

The differentiated selection of needles provides greater possibilities to create patterns with different levels of complexity to meet the needs of a fashion market which requires increasingly sophisticated and innovative garments. Needle selection can be carried out on circular knitting machines with different degrees of complexity from the differentiated control of cams acting on high and low butt needles, to needles with multilevel butts where each butt level matches a cam track , to the...

Shape Raglan Armhole

Gamstudio Com

Working all ragian armhole shapingas given for back, dec 1 st at raglan armhole edge of next 1 1 1 3 5 rows, then on 3 2 1 0 0 foil 4th rows, then on foil 19 23 25 28 27 alt rows, ending with WSfacingfbr next row. 32 32 34 34 36 sts Cast off 8 sts at beg of next row, 24 24 26 26 28 sts Dec 1st at neck edge of next 5 rows, then on foil 5 5 6 6 7 alt rows and AT THE SAME TIME dec 1 st at raglanarmholeedgeofnextandeveryfoll alt row, 6 sts Work 3 rows, dec l st at raglan armhole edge of 2nd of...

Pfc Knitting Stitch

Alpaca Nylon After Washing

Colors A light and B dark multiple of 6 sts plus 2 Preparation row WS With A, knit. Row 1 With B.kl.sl 1 wyib, k4, si 2 wyib rep from '.end k4, si 1,kl. Row 2 With B.pl.sl 1 wyif, p4,si 2 wyif rep from end p4,sl 1,pi. Row 3 With A, rep row 1. Row 4 With A, k1,sl 1 wyif, k4,sl 2 wyif rep from ,end k4,sl 1, k 1. Row 5 With B, k3, si 2 wyib, k4 rep from end si 2, k3. Row 6 With B, p3, sl 2 wyif, p4 rep from , end si 2, p3. Row 7 With A, rep row 5. Row 8 With A, k3, si 2 wyif. k4 rep from end si 2,...

Wheat Ears

I have never seen a counterpane knitted in this handsome pattern, which I found in the nineteenth-century Weldon's Practical Knitter. This two-needle pattern is not very difficult, using yarn-overs and triple decreases for the wheat ears and a slip-knit pattern for the surrounding bands. The insert and lace edging patterns are from the nineteenth-century Weldon's Practical Shilling Guide to Fancy Work. If worked in a heavier weight of cotton or in wool, the Wheat Ears pattern would make a...

Wave Lattice

Patterns Knit Aran Classic Honeycomb

This is a graceful basketweave pattern in which the left and right crosscs alternate, which gives a wavy effect. On every other right-side row one set of ribs is skipped while the other set is being cabled. Rows 1 and 3 Wrong side Kl, k2, p4 rep from , end kl. Row 2 Kl, si next 2 sts to dpn and hold in front, k2, then k2 from dpn p2 rep from , end kl. Row 4 Kl, p2, k2, si next 2 sts to dpn and hold in back, k2, then p2 from dpn rep from , end k5. Rows 5 and 7 Kl, p4, k2 rep from , end kl. Row 6...

Woven Polka Dot Pattern

Knitting Edge Stitch Patterns

This is an easy version of Swedish Weave it is simplified because the yarns arc handled one at a time, instead of both together. The principle remains the same, however Color B is never worked, only woven in this case, twice for each dot, so that there is a double strand showing instead of a single one. The single purl stitch at the beginning of Rows 4 and 8 anchors Color B at the left-hand edge. On the right-hand edge it is automatically caught as the strands arc twisted up the side. With this...

Knitting Domino Squares

Domino Knitting

Learn just how easy it is to take the mystery out of mitering. Follow our simple rules and helpful instructions for success. iters arc usually worked in knitwear to produce a slope, either inside the fabric or at the edges of two pieces that are later joined together. For example, we use miters in V necks or for the corners produced for square necklines, socks, cardigan bands, shawls, blankets, or afghans,glove and mitten fourchettes, hat crowns, and so many more projects. Miters are made by...

Knit One in the Row Below

You have probably come across the direction, knit 1 stitch in the row below before it is often used in textured stitch patterns, because it causes the fabric to pucker slightly. 1 Holding the working yarn at the back, insert the right needle from front to back into the stitch, directly below the next stitch on the left needle. Note Be sure to insert the needle all the way through to the back before knitting, so that the stitch above becomes caught up by the new stitch. 2 Wrap the working yarn...

Starlight Lace

Stitches Knitting Patrons

This deceptively simple-looking lace is very cleverly made. Two different kinds of double decrease on Rows 6 and 14 sharply reduce the number of stitches, thus widening the motifs at these points to enhance the starlike shapes in the openwork. The original number of stitches is restored on Rows 8 and 16. Notice, also, the crossed knit stitches, which help to sharpen the pattern. It is a very fine lace indeed, extremely delicate and graceful. Row I Wrong side and all other wrong-side rows Purl....

Shape Back Neck

Knitting Cr3r

Next row RS Patt 14 15 17 19 20 sts and turn, Keeping patt correct, dec 1 st at neck edge of next So you can re-use this pattern, we've colour-coded the sizing instructions. Simpiyfollowour colour-coded measurements and you're off Join theyokeseam at the back of the top so the front of the garment stays neat. Ifyoucan'tfindyour cable needle, a sock needle will make a good substitute. Work 3 rows, ending with RSfacingfor next row. With RS facing, rejoin yarn to rem sts, cast off centre 32 32 34...

Knit Purl Combinations

Knitting Pennants Pattern

Of all types of knitting patterns, knit-purl combinations are the simplest in technique though not necessarily naive or crude in design. On the contrary, many knit-purl patterns are highly sophisticated. The fancier ones require just as much care and patience on the part of the knitter as do the intricate figures in lace or cable stitches. However, because of the simplicity of technique, most knit-purl patterns work very quickly. The new knitter will find them useful as an introduction to...

Basic Patterns

Knit Row Pur Row Picture

This section contains basic patterns for a knitted bag, scarf, pair of mittens, hat and capelet. The best starting projects for a beginner are the garter stitch scarf on this page and the rib hat on page 27. 2 10Og balls of pure wool chunky yarn with approx 92m 100yds per lOOg ball Pair of 6mm size 10 knitting needles or size needed to achieve tension Bag measures 14cm 91 2in deep and 29cm 11 Van wide. 15 stitches and 19 rows to 10cm 4in over stocking stitch Rep Rows 1 amp 2 until 42 rows have...

Scallop Shells

Crochet Ribbed Scallop Shell

This pattern is one of my all-time favorites. Its sheer simplicity is endlessly appealing. I have seen only one counterpane worked in this pattern, an 1881 example that is now part of the collection of the Canterbury Museum in Christchurch, New Zealand. I wrote directions for the pattern and only later realized that I had overlooked printed instructions for it in the nineteenth-century Weldon's Practical Needlework because the pattern units had been assembled as four-unit squares rather than as...

Dragon Skin

Dragon Skin Pattern

Here is a fascinating variation on the many types of herringbone knitting, with more texture interest than most of the others. The shapes resemble overlapping scales, formed of very graceful curves and overlaid by straight ribs. Row 1 Wrong side and all other wrong-side rows Purl. Row 2 Kl. Make One Ml by lifting running thread and knitting into the back of this thread ssk, k4, k2 tog, k3, Ml, k2, Ml, k3, ssk, k4, k2 tog, Ml, kl rep'from . row 4 Kl, Ml, kl. ssk, k2, k2 tog, kl. Ml, k2. Ml, kl....

Square neck

Knitting Cable Lace Border Edge

The square neck is a true classic of knitted garments. The neck edge is filled in with a knitted-on decorative border. The sailor collar version has a border made as the collar is knitted. 2 Work stitches in kl, pi ribbing, designating a center knit Knit next stitch and pass 2 slipped stitches over it stitch for each corner. Work 3 stitches at each corner corner stitch remains . Repeat at each corner. 4 Repeat these decreases every other row for border width. Bind off or knit last 2 rows in a...

Why Knit or rochet

Knitting Crocheting Didn't these skills die out some time ago along with butter churning Absolutely not Knitting and crocheting are alive and well and more popular than ever before. You are about to join the millions of people who in recent years have learned the arts of knitting and crocheting. In this chapter you'll discover the joys of knitting and crocheting while no longer necessary to daily life, they're creative, relaxing, and very fulfilling pastimes. You'll also learn the differences...

Serenity Knitting

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How To Sew Pocket Lining To Knit Sweater

Cast Stitch Round Loom

Sew the open stitches oi the hem to the body by inserting a sewing needle into part of one body stitch to prevent the stitching from showing on the right side and through one stitch on the hem as shown. Keep the hem even by sewing through stitches along the same horizontal row of the sweater. You must work rapid increases on either side of the neck opening. Mark the three corner stitches. Work a make one increase on either s de of these stitches on every round. This will allow the hem to lie...

Uernsey sweater

92-97 97-102 102-107 107-112 112-114cm 20 22 23 24 25 50g balls Debbie Bliss cotton dk in Teal Pair of each size 3.75mm and 4mm knitting needles 20 sts and 28 rows to 10cm square over st st using 4mm needles. alt alternate beg beginning cm centimetre cont continue dec decrease foil following inc increase k knit ml make one st by picking up and working into back of loop lying between st just worked and next st p purl patt pattern rem remaining rep repeat st s stitch es st st stocking stitch....

Dancer S Discipline

Knitwear For Toddlers

Vladimir Teriokhin confesses that his greatest design challenge is staying focused. 1 want to design a lot of things at once, and it often gets me into trouble, he laughs. In ballet, you learn to stay away from a certain spot on the stage because it's slippery and I need to remember that Vladimir frequently mentions dance and design in the same sentence, and it is no coincidence. In 1969, he was among 20,000 9-year-olds who auditioned for the prestigious Bolshoi Ballet Academy School in Moscow...

Embossed Double Leaf Panel

Leaf Motif Knitting

Two of the classic leaf motifs are combined here, slanting outward from a central stem. It is a pretty arrangement to be used singly or in combination with other embossed patterns. This is an increase pattern the original 29 stitches can be counted only on the first and last rows. Note Ml Make One lift running thread between the si just worked and the next st, and knit into the back of this thread. Row 2 P8, p2 tog, kl. yo twice, knit into front and back of next st, k2, knit into front and back...

Veil Stitch

Veil Stitch

This is not so much a pattern as a fancy way of knitting. Essentially it is an elongated garter stitch, with the base of each stitch twisted by the manner in which the yarn is passed over and around the needles. Its usefulness is not limited to the making of veils a few rows of Veil Stitch make very attractive horizontal insertions in a solid fabric, and as an allover mesh with plenty of stretch it is good for gloves, stockings, and other openwork articles. The directions seem more complicated...

Stitch Glossary

Note The use of C in the abbreviations such as RT C indicates the change of colors in the cable twists. All other cables and cable twists 3-st RT C SI next st to cn and hold to back, with navy k2, then kl with bleached. 4-st RC SI next 2 sts to cn and hold to back, k2, then k2 from cn. 4-st LC SI next 2 sts to cn and hold to front, k2, then k2 from cn. 3-st LT C SI next 2 sis to cn and hold to front, with navy kl, then k2 with bleached. 5-st RC SI next 3 sts to cn and hold to back, k2, then k...

Spoke point ruffle collarcuff

Knitting Ruffle Collar Pattern

First ruffle Work rows 1 10 of spoke point ruffle pattern. Cont in St st for 10 rows. Place sts on a holder. Second ruffle Work rows 1-10 of spoke point ruffle pattern. Join ruffles Place 2nd ruffle over first ruffle and join using 3-needle joining technique Cast on 95 sts. First ruffle Work rows 110 of spoke point ruffle pattern. Cont in St st for 10 rows. Place sts on a holder. Second ruffle Work rows 1-10 of spoke point ruffle pattern. Joining ruffles Place 2nd ruffle over...

Leaves Melons and Lace

Knit Leaves Pattern

Hie Leaf and Mcion pattern llrfti and II Melon and lac Border ' right hnun three-quarter iw. ttere knit ullh Parisian Cotton on oiw 1 nrrdlm. Hie Leaf and Mcion pattern llrfti and II Melon and lac Border ' right hnun three-quarter iw. ttere knit ullh Parisian Cotton on oiw 1 nrrdlm. When working with the Cooper-Hewitt Musnim's textile collection several years ago. I found in the files a copy of the nineteenth-century publicatittn Hie New Knitter or I ady's Worktahlt Companion. Included in this...

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Aaa 8o a aaa aaa ooo aaaaaaaaOOO a aaaaooo OOO xxx OOO xxxx OO xxxx OO xxx With 3mm No 11 US 2 needles and A, cast on 36 sts. K 1 row. 1st row wrong side Kl, yf, kl6, yf, klj twice, yf, kl6, yf, kl. 2nd row and 4 foil alt rows K to end but working k tbl into yf of previous row. 3rd row K2, yf, kl6, yf, k3, yf, k2, yf, kl6, 5th row K3, yf, kl6, yf, k4 twice, yf, kl6, yf, k3. 7th row K4, yf, kl6, yf, k6, yf, k5, yf, kl6, yf,k4. 9th row K5, yf, kl6, yf, k7 twice, yf, kl6, yf, k5. 11th row K22, yf,...

Old Knitting Catalogue

Gossamer Crocheted Wedding Veil

Researching a book can be more exciting than writing it. The people, cups of tea and home-bakes, and the very special pieces of knitting I was shown helped in this task. Descriptions and photographs will never recreate the charm of seeing and handling a rare shawl or allover and hearing first-hand of its creation and the special details that make it totally unique. Much of the old knitwear has left the isles, for the folk had to sell their work. The smart allovers seen today show the affluence...

Anita Derouen Knitting

Knitting Mosaic Kaffe Sampler Sweater

Knit hats and had never done any knitting or crocheting, says Coviello. i4I met an expert knitter who taught me the basics but also encouraged me to do my own sweater collection. She became my mentor and introduced me to the beauty of the craft. He loves the fact that knitting allows him to create a garment and its fabric simultaneously. Given all of the yarns and stitches that exist, the ideas are limitless if you're a good knitter. Too busy these days to knit samples himself, Coviello...

Basic Technology General Remarks

Knitted Structures

A discussion about knitting technology must be dealt both as an analysis of the technical cycles of knitting as regards the machines used and the mechanisms involved in the process, and as an analysis of the technology of knitted fabrics in terms of their structures and their physical and mechanical properties. In its simplest form, a knit fabric picture 1 is made by the longitudinal and vertical repetition of the same element, the loop, which is the basic element of the fabric. The loop...

C2r Fair Isle Knitting

Here are 11 fabulous designs you can create for family and friends - choose your favourite and get knitting Write in and tell us what you're knitting Dear Debora, Simply Knitting, Future, 30 Monmouth Street, Bath BA1 2BW or email simplyknitting futurenet.com Over the next three issues we'll give you a couple of strips each time to make this cosy blanket. Get started with these two fun stitches, and it'll grow in no time C2R cable 2 right slip the next stitch on to a cable needle and hold at...

Norway

Setesdals Genser

A view of Bryggen from the fish market in Bergen. Photo Susanne Pagoldh. ITS SCENERY IS magnificent and sheep are numerous. In the damp sea air, a knitted sweater keeps you warm. Norway isn't just ski slopes Its long coastline stretches from the North Sea in the south to the Barents Sea in the north. Dramatically beautiful, it is steep and dangerous in many places. Fishing boats and oil platforms dot its seas. High fells, deep dales, and fjords have all helped to preserve its local character....

Nujjul UxM

Knitting Wyif

These swatches were knit in a Shetland-type wool with 2x2 cables crossed every fourth row. Needles three sizes larger than those specified on the yarn label were used. The felted swatch endured three wash cycles, which left the cables very subdued. 4-st RC SI 2 sts to cn and hold to back. k2, k2 from cn. 4-st LC SI 2 sts to cn and hold to front. k2, k2 from cn. Rows 1 and 3 WS K2. p4, k2 rep from to end. Row 2 P2, k4, p2 rep from to end. Row 4 P2,4-st RC, p4.4-st LC, p2 rep from to end. Rep...

Sweden

Hand Sweater 1969

Photo Susanne Pagoldh. THE FOPPISH KING ERIK XIV is reputed to be the first person in Scandinavia to have worn knitted silk stockings. The kings were imported in 1562, just one year ar.er England s Queen Elizabeth I got her first pair. Knitted stockings, which elegantly showed the wearer s legs, were high fashion on the r_rlnent during that time, particularly for men - h wore short trousers. We can t be sure what Erik s stockings looked like, but they must have...

1 Skein Knitting Patterns

30 QUICK PROJECTS TO KNIT AND CROCHET Editing Ann Budd Technical Editing Lori Gaylc Design Lefgh Radford Photo styling Leigh Radford Illustrations Gayle Ford Photography ohn Mulligan Proofreading and Indexing Nancy Amdi Photography 2006 John Mulligan, mulliganphoto.com Illustrations 2006 Interweave Press LLC Interweave Press LLC 201 East Fourth Street Loveland. CO 80537-5655 USA www.interweavc.com Printed and bound in China by Pimlico Book International. Library of Congress...