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Here's a designated and intriguing choice of modern hand-knitted luggage, especially created by way of knitwear dressmaker Emma King. they vary from vast stripey hand held luggage, to small snatch luggage, to super-functional child luggage, to stylish night handbags. The designs use a variety of recommendations, together with intarsia, embroidery, crochet, reasonable Isle and entrelac. each one bag is illustrated with a gorgeous full-colour picture, plus a close-up aspect of the trend, and is derived with complete knitting directions and exact charts. There are information of different colourways and extra embellishment innovations. A workshop part specializes in the simplest yarns to exploit, the right way to upload linings and inspirational principles for attention-grabbing handles and fasteners so as to add these all very important completing touches for your paintings.

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25 Bags to Knit

Here's a targeted and intriguing number of modern hand-knitted luggage, specifically created by means of knitwear fashion designer Emma King. they vary from giant stripey handheld luggage, to small snatch luggage, to super-functional child luggage, to stylish night handbags. The designs use quite a lot of recommendations, together with intarsia, embroidery, crochet, reasonable Isle and entrelac.

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7 Work increase rounds: Round 11: Ch 1, 1 sc into previous stitch, * ch 7, 1 sc into 2nd of next 7 dc, ch 7, 1 sc into 6th of same dc group †, ch 7, 1 sc into next ch 5 arch, repeat from * ending last repeat at †, ch 3, 1 tr into first sc. Round 12: Ch 1, 1 sc into previous stitch, skip ch 3 sp,* 9 dc into next 7 ch arch, 1 sc into next arch †, ch 7, 1 sc into next 7 ch arch, repeat from * ending last repeat at †, ch 3, 1 tr into first sc. Round 13: Ch 1, 1 sc into previous stitch, * ch 7, 1 sc into 2nd of next 9 dc, ch 7, 1 sc into 8th of same dc group †, ch 7, 1 sc into next ch 7 arch, repeat from * ending last repeat at †, ch 3, 1 tr into first sc.

Work in ends. Knit&Crochet Combined BKS-62403_052 52 2/6/07 11:46:11 AM STITCH SPOTLIGHT CREATIVE OPTIONS Use different colors of yarn for each crochet round on the bottom for sassy stripes. Add fringe to the bottom of the skirt. This skirt can be a summer or winter basic depending on the yarn you use. Try a worstedweight cotton yarn for summer. Be sure to check your gauge! Knit 1, purl 1 ribbing creates a smooth, fitted yoke; the crocheted shell lace makes a flouncy skirt. Crochet the skirt bottom 1 With smaller crochet hook and right side of skirt facing you, attach yarn to bound off (bottom) edge, ch 1, sc in each stitch around (172, 190, 220), join to beginning ch 1.

BO remaining shoulder stitches. 5 Make second front but reverse shaping by working neck edge on other side. Knit&Crochet Combined BKS-62403_044 44 2/6/07 11:44:27 AM Crochet the vest bottom 1 Starting at bottom edge of back, with right side facing, attach yarn. Work 1 sc in each knit stitch across. 2 At end of piece, ch 10 (14, 16) attach right front and sc across bottom edge. 3 At end of piece, attach left front and continue across with 1 sc in each knit stitch. 4 At end of left front, ch 10 (14, 16) and attach to beginning edge of back with a slip stitch.

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