By Jan Eaton

ISBN-10: 1564775968

ISBN-13: 9781564775962

Create lovely afghans and add-ons with 2 hundred knitted blocks to mix'n'match! A kaleidoscope of colourful modern and standard designs variety from effortless to advanced.
· Knit 2 hundred blocks, from basic knit-and-purl styles to cable, lace, and bobble blocks
· mix blocks in any association; all blocks will end to an identical measurement while labored within the similar yarn weight
· end any undertaking popular with styles for fringes, ruffles, and different ornamental edgings

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Garter stitch looks the same on both sides and it is characterized by garter ridges, which can be seen clearly if the swatch is stretched a bit lengthwise (between the cast-on and bound off edges). The garter ridge is a bumpy, horizontal line extending between the two side edges of the knitting. The bumps are the interlacement of 2 rows of knitting. When counting knitting rows in garter stitch, each ridge represents 2 rows. Garter stitch is an excellent stitch for a scarf. The fabric is dense, perfectly flat, and its edges don’t curl.

The process of making a basic knit item is quite simple. In its most fundamental form, knitting requires only three steps: casting on, knitting, and binding off. You’ll find that learning these three steps is easy. Then, by simply changing the needle size, yarn, or yarn combinations, you can achieve a variety of knitted fabrics suitable for different projects. yarn Yarn is simply a continuous strand of twisted fiber. The fiber can be anything from naturals like wool or cotton to luxury fibers such as cashmere and silk.

Practice swatch Alternating Knit Rows and Purl Rows to Make Stockinette Stitch (St st) Stockinette stitch is created when knit rows are alternated with purl rows. Continue on the purl practice swatch, but first mark one side with a safety pin or locking stitch marker. This will be the side on which knit rows are made; the side without the marker will be for purl rows. Work two rows as follows: Row 1 (with marker): Knit all stitches. Row 2: Purl all stitches. Continue, repeating rows 1 and 2 over and over.

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