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Tea cosy and chatelaine
Just finished these for a gift
How can I make a pattern smaller.
Or should I say a picture smaller to knit in
Ques On Pattern (k)
This is for a stripe zig-zag off a yarn label. What is in question is one step. K1, yo, K1 in next stitch. How can that possible be done?
Cast on 219, k one row.
1. (rs) K1, K2tog. *K10. (K1, yo, K1) in next st. K10, Sl 1, psso. Rep from * 7 more times, K10. (K1, yo, K1) in next st,
K10, ssk, K1.
That is it. I would do what I would normally do: K1, yo, K1 taking up 2 sts in knitting. There is no way all that can be done in same stitch!
Another goofy designer!!!
More dousdous (comfort doĺls)
These little ones are addictive; they will be going to a paramedic who will keep them in the ambulance. Hoping they are not needed. I put each one in a little plastc sandwich bag to keep them clean.
Blocking a cotton dishcloth?
I whipped up a knitted dishcloth to enter in the county fair (otherwise I’d never bother blocking it)
I don't work with cotton much. What would wonderful knit and crocheters recommend for getting the purled design to show nicely?
Baby Hat (K)
Apparently no one makes baby wear based around board games.
My geeky husband asked for baby socks but that was a no go for how intricate he was hoping for.
He ended up with a baby hat for his equally geeky friends with the name of a game they really enjoy playing.
The color doesn’t show true in the pic, it really matches the green on the box in person.
The game it’s based on
Sorry I've been offline so long, but my computer was hijacked.
Hi my fellow KPers. Glad to finally get back online. My computer was hijacked, but all is well now. I do have about 486 e mails to go through, but I will take them a few at a time.
I have a KH260 and It will not do a e-wrap I have replaced the carriage, needles, and cleaned thoroughly. I bought 1 new sinker-plate but it still will not make e-wraps it jams every time! I would love to know if anyone has had the same problem and if so how did you fix it?? Thanks in advance.
You can teach an old dog new tricks.
After nearly 80 years knitting I have learned to crochet!!!and I am loving it.My daughter (who was a teacher) retired and started crochet classes in her home so I decided to learn.It took awhile but at last I can say I am able to crochet.I am adding a few pictures of my work.I know it is'ent brilliant but it not bad for a new learner.
First Knitting in the Round Experience
I don’t think I did too badly... I know I have a long way to go, but I will get there! Just wanted to show my progress.
I have ladders in the beginning and I also have twisting in the first row but I frogged 🐸 it and will get better
the first two pictures are both sides of the practice “tube” and the second is both sides removed from the needles before frogging 🐸.