By Murdoch Books
Priceless for hand knitters, this booklet provides four hundred knitting styles in either written and chart shape. It covers numerous styles equivalent to knit-and-purl sew styles, cable and aran styles, lacy styles, ribs and two-colour styles. It additionally incorporates a recommendations part which provides directions within the fundamentals of this well known craft.
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5 cm), runs vertically along the left side of each group of numbers. Raglan S W E AT E R S SWE ATERS WITH R AGL AN SHAPING have distinctive “seams” between the front(s), back, and sleeves that form diagonal lines running from the neck edge to the base of the armholes. Beginning at the neck, the number of stitches on the front(s), back, and sleeves increase at regular intervals along these lines to give each section a triangular shape. The raglan lines can be decorative or inconspicuous, depending on the type and sequence of increases used.
Weave in loose ends. Block again, if desired. 5 cm) Fibonacci number series, with each number of the series dictating the number of rounds in the stripes. To blur the lines between stripes and add a bit of texture, a slip-stitch pattern is worked on the first round at each color change. 5 cm) circumference patterns. The striped pattern shown here is based on the sleeves, just above a ribbed edging. 5 stitches/inch, which is not a gauge that appears in the standard tables. To get the desired size, I followed the stitch numbers for a gauge of 5 stitches/inch in a circumference 4" (10 cm), or two sizes, smaller than desired.
I N C R N D 4: Cont in patt as established, *k4, M1; rep from *—190 (220, 260, 280, 320) sts. 5, 24] cm) from CO. 5) cm N E X T R N D : With MC, *k56 (66, 78, 84, 96) back sts, knit across next 39 (44, 52, 56, 64) right sleeve sts inc 1 (2, 2, 2, 2) st(s) near the boundaries bet the body and sleeve; rep from * for front and left sleeve—192 (224, 264, 284, 324) sts. Divide for Body and Sleeves With MC, k56 (66, 78, 84, 96) back sts, place the next 40 (46, 54, 58, 66) sts on waste yarn holder for right sleeve, use the knitted method (see Techniques) to CO 8 (8, 8, 10, 10) sts and pm in the center of these CO sts to denote right side “seam,” k56 (66, 78, 84, 96) sts for front, place the next 40 (46, 54, 58, 66) sts on waste yarn holder for left sleeve, CO 8 (8, 8, 10, 10) sts as before and pm in the center of these CO sts to denote left side “seam” and end of rnd—128 (148, 172, 188, 212) sts rem; 64 (74, 86, 94, 106) sts each for front and back.