OK, I made this on my standard bed with ribber. It is tubular knitted and looks the same on both sides. I made it with a baby weight yarn so it's not too heavy. According to the pattern I came up with I brought a stitch up from ribber and knitted it on main bed for "picots" to form design; this also "quilts" the two sides together. There really is no finishing except to weave yarn ends into knitting as the beginning and end are one row on main bed (circular cast-on as described by Diana Sullivan and elsewhere and then finished with same technique backwards.) My problem is I'm not sure what this is called. Is it just tubular knitting?
I'd call it beautiful.
But I don't MK so I cant help with the info you want
Sounds like double knitting. I do not MK but do knit by hand.
I've done some double knitting; in that style each stitch gets entwined with the one on the back. In this piece the un-pico'ed sections float away from the back.
Thinking back years ago when I did some MK, I think it was just called double bed knitting, but that was in the UK and also things have moved on since then!!
Pretty darn creative if you ask me!
... A result of my innate laziness, looking for way less finishing... :)
double knit.....cousin of jacquard....
You knit a beautiful quilted baby blanket. It is as you called it a Quilting pattern. It can also be done using a color changer. The technique is shown on page 33 of, "The Ribber Technique Book" with a punch card for the 2 color quilted diamond pattern. How long did it take you to knit it?
That is really pretty - I must try that! :)
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It is just beautiful.
I think it is called circular knitting. But tubular will do just fine!!!
I wished my english would be better ( I'm from the Netherlands) so I would understand better what you did.Is there a youtube film availeble wich shows the technique ?
Its beautiful and it is quilted knitting. It is something that I have done on a Passap but never on a Japanese machine. Congratulations, it is lovely.