I would send your picture to Lion Brand directly. Someone there might be able to help you. I would expect the company to have some kind of archive on their products.
Thank you. I’ve found several patterns for it in crochet, on Ravelry as well as other sites, but no luck finding a knitted version. It’s a knitted version, I’m trying to find.
A friend asked if I could make one. This one is crochet, would much prefer a knitted version. Any ideas where I can find the pattern?
Try soaking or adding some vinegar when washing. That worked for me when nothing else did. Good luck with it.
Doesn’t work for me also. I’m using an iPad.
Bag ties. Very similar to the ones I have.
I knit lots of Norwegian sweaters and carry my floats every 3 stitches, BUT never in the same place on consecutive rows.
Check out the Arne and Carlos video. https://youtu.be/vpRMXdfcHPU
I steeks all my Norwegian style sweaters for the sleeves and neck openings. Some people steek because they do not like to purl.
I made some of these a few years ago and made a fingerless mitten for the other hand so they could open the cans. Mine were pirate motifs.
The circular items are for making pom poms. The 2 straight items with holes appear to me to be ends for making hair pin lace.
I have always used darning thread/wool to reinforce heels. That was how my mom taught me.
Steeking with acrylic is more difficult, but not impossible. Acrylic does not stick to itself like wool, which means it can unravel very quickly. I have made several Norwegian sweaters using acrylic. BUT I used a sewing machine to stitch in the finished sleeves. You may have trouble picking up stitches on an acrylic that has been steeked. I am attaching some pictures if my sweaters.
I would be tempted to do the button band double thickness, fold under to the inside and use clasps. You could always sandwich in some type of interfacing.
Just a thought.