By Emma King
Here's a precise and fascinating choice of modern hand-knitted baggage, particularly created via knitwear clothier Emma King. they vary from sizeable stripey handheld luggage, to small take hold of luggage, to super-functional child baggage, to stylish night handbags. The designs use quite a lot of concepts, together with intarsia, embroidery, crochet, reasonable Isle and entrelac. every one bag is illustrated with a beautiful full-colour photo, plus a close-up element of the development, and is derived with complete knitting directions and exact charts. There are information of other colourways and additional embellishment suggestions. A workshop part makes a speciality of the easiest yarns to take advantage of, the right way to upload linings and inspirational principles for crowd pleasing handles and fasteners so as to add these all vital completing touches for your paintings.
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Cont even in garter st for 5 (5½,
< DN> Neck Shaping Next Row: Work 61 (62, 64, 65) sts, join a second ball of yarn, bind off next 18, (20, 22, 24) sts, work rem 61 (62, 64, 65) sts. Work each side of 61 (62, 64, 65) sts with separate balls of yarn for 8 (8, 8½, < DN> Next Row: K61 (62, 64, 65) sts, using knit or cable cast-on, cast on 18 (20, 22, 24) sts, then cont with this ball of yarn ending second ball of yarn, and work rem 61 (62, 64, 65) sts.
You can also pick up stitches by poking your needle through the loops that are on the other side of the straight edge. This will create a neat line demarcating the edge itself, and is often useful for decorative purposes, where creating a clear line at the edge where you are picking up stitches is an important design element (2). 1 2 Picking Up Stitches from a Bound-Off Edge Picking up stitches from a bound-off edge is almost identical to picking them up from a cast-on edge. Pick up one stitch for every column of stitches on your edge.
Rep Rows 1–10 for pattern. S T I T C H PAT T E R N S 55 Trinity Berry Skill Level: Easy Skill Level: Easy Cast on a multiple 4 plus 2. Cast on a multiple of 4 sts plus 2. Row 1 (RS): K1, purl to last st, k1. Row 1 (WS): K1, *(k1, yo, k1) all in same st, p3tog, rep from * across row, end k1. Row 2: K1, *(k1, p1, k1) all in next st, p3tog, rep from * across row to last st, end k1. Row 3: K1, purl to last st, k1. Row 4: K1,*p3tog, (k1, p1, k1) all in next st, rep from * across row to last st, end k1.