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Converting knitting in the round to flat knitting
Good Day Ladies
I trust you are having a good start to your week.
I am also very new to the group.
I need your help and expertise, no matter what I try I just cannot get knitting in the round, I only knit toys mostly dolls and 99% are knitted in the round. I have heard that you cam convert patterns but cannot seem to.find much info on the subject.
I have also tried knitting on circular needles, but most of the time you dont have copious amounts of stitches. I woukd appreciate any help I can get
Thank you so very much, I look forward to hearing from
Can this be knitted on a standard guage flat bed Machine?
Good morning everyone,
A client sent this sample to me asking if I can make something similar to that, especially the name written on it.
Pls, how can I knitted the written word vertically and bold like that on a flat bed Machine?
Do you have a beginner knit baby sweater that you'll share?
Well, I like KP
In spite of the various criticisms that get levied, I must say that I am a devotee of KP. It is a rich source of ideas, other members are very helpful when one has a problem and it's interesting to read views on non-KP matters, if one chooses to do so. One thing that impresses me is how polite and encouraging folk are about knitted and crocheted projects. I have to say that there are often examples to which I wouldn't give house room, and I'm sure that applies to other KPers too. But that's a matter of personal choice. So we refrain from making adverse comments. And even when we do not necessarily like something, there is invariably something one can say that is encouraging , e.g. choice of colour, suitability of the yarn chosen, even tension etc. Long live knitting and good behaviour!
A few cuddlies en route to the USA....😀😀😀🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄
I'm trying to make this for my granddaughter and am having trouble with pattern.
Round 3: Work *1 sc in next stitch, 2 sc in next stitch* 6 times. (18)
Round 4: Work *1 sc in each of next 2 stitches, 2 sc in next stitch* 6 times. (24)
Round 5: Work *1 sc in each of next 3 stitches, 2 sc in next stitch* 6 times. (30
Could someone please explain how to follow this I would appreciate it.
My First Knit Project: infinity cowl, rug or armor
This is my first knitting project, I really had fun with this bulky yarn. It was originally supposed to be an infinity cowl, but the more I worked on it the more I realized it might be too bulky to wear around your neck. It's 36" long and I'm using 20 mm, US 36 needles. I thought maybe it could be used as a bath rug, what do you all think? Plate of of armor?
Crocheted doily in pumpkin colour and a matching vase of Peace roses
The pattern is the same as the previous purple doily I supersized by using 8 ply cotton from Spotlight. My eldest grand daughter requested the Pumpkin colour to have for posterity, when I am in heaven...she" will always remember me making this for her over a very long time" Ok...I can understand that too! It goes well with the newest picked long stem Peace roses from our garden And now I will have a rest from making these huge Ripe Wheat doilies for a long time too.
The bush with all the different colours the day before I picked about 20 of them
A box full of them waiting to go in a vase
Red yellow and pink in the first day of a single rose.
They are actually a salmon/orange colour flower at the moment...
Hat and fingerless Mitts
My sister the bee keeper asked me to knit something for her friends 1 yr old granddaughter.
This seemed like a good idea.
Traveling Double Diamond pattern for Tree of Life knitted blanket
I am knitting the Tree of Life blanket and I want to change the flower garden section with traveling Double Diamond pattern. I can only find that for the baby blanket. Has anyone adapted that to the full size blanket. If so I need the pattern for the full size portion of that blanket
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