Cable Confidence: A Guide to Textured Knitting by Sara Louise Harper

By Sara Louise Harper

Imagine cables are too tough to grasp? Debunk that fantasy this day! Cabling is simply a sequence of knits and purls. if you happen to can knit and purl, you have already got the root for making
gorgeous textured sweaters. a brand new knitting international will open up once you examine the basics.

* liberate the mysteries of examining sew charts, utilizing cable needles, swatching, and masses extra with this newbie pleasant guide

* commence with the best stitches, after which flow directly to extra advanced ideas, one step at a time

* Knit up starter tasks like pillows, scarves, and an afghan, after which stream directly to wonderful pullovers and cardigans 14 tasks in all

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NEXT RND: *K2tog, k9, k2tog; rep from * once—22 sts. Knit 1 rnd. Knit 1 rnd. NEXT RND: *K1, m1, k9, m1, k1; rep from * once—26 sts. NEXT RND: *K2tog, k7, k2tog; rep from * once—18 sts. Knit 1 rnd. Knit 1 rnd. NEXT RND: K1, m1, k13, m1, k12—28 sts. NEXT RND: *K2tog, k5, k2tog; rep from * once—14 sts. Work 6 rnds even. STOMACH Rejoin back and front and cont in the rnd for 6 rnds. HIPS Knit 1 rnd. NEXT RND: *K2tog, k3, k2tog; rep from * once—10 sts. DIVIDE FOR LEGS K7, place next 14 sts on a holder, knit last 7sts—14 sts.

Work I-cord for 22" (56cm). ) BO. Weave the cord through the eyelet holes and tie the ends in a square knot. indd 50 7/30/07 2:55:55 PM D happily-ever-after dress Pattern by Chesley Flotten My friend Chesley Flotten designed this darling dress. The customers in Chesley’s Brunswick, Maine, yarn store are always attracted to knitted dress patterns for little girls. When I asked her to consider creating one for this book, she exceeded all my expectations with this sophisticated dress that’s buttery soft and comfortable to wear.

MITTS With 2 strands of CC held together, CO 16 sts. Divide evenly over 2 circular needles or over DPNs and join for working in the rnd, being careful not to twist sts. ) Work in k1, p1 rib for 2" (5cm). Change to MC and work in St st. NEXT RND: (K2, m1) 3 times, k4, (m1, k2) 3 times—22 sts. Work even for 2" (5cm). NEXT RND: K2, k2tog, (k1, k2tog) twice, k3, k2tog, (k1, k2tog) twice, k1—16 sts. Work even for 1" (3cm). NEXT RND: K2tog around—8 sts. Cut yarn, leaving a 6" (15cm) tail. Draw tail through rem sts and fasten off.

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