By DRG Publishing
Журнал по вязанию как для новичков так и для опытных вязальщиц. Это десять быстрых в изготовлении моделей в этой коллекции варьируются от простых проектов до немного сложных. В этом журнале рассказывается о методах, которые включают кисточки, вязание лицевой и изнаночной петлями. Модели включают в себя кофты, пальто, шарфы, капюшоны и даже кимоно.Есть великолепные и современные жакеты и пальто.
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Row 8: Sl 1, [2/2 RC, 2/2 LC, p4] twice, 2/2 RC, 2/2 LC, k1. Row 10: Rep Row 2. Row 12: Rep Row 8. Row 14: Rep Row 2. Row 16: Rep Row 4. Rep Rows 1–16 for pat. Pattern Note Slip first stitch of all rows purlwise. Scarf Cast on 34 sts. Edging Set-up row (WS): P3, [k4, p2] 4 times, k4, p3. Continue in Rib pat until piece measures 4 inches, ending with Row 1. Body Work Rows 1–16 of Cable pat until piece measures approx 58 inches, ending with Row 10 (RS). Edging Beg with Row 2, work Rib pat until piece measures 62 inches, ending with Row 1.
Cable Ready Row 2 (WS): Work [Cable Panel Row 1] twice (there are no selvage sts). Work even until piece measures approx 40 inches, ending with Cable Panel Row 4. Bind-off row (WS): Bind off while dec in pat as follows: [p1, p2tog, k2, p2tog-tbl, p1] twice. Finishing Weave in all ends. Block pieces. Using A, sew the cast-on edges of the 2 rectangles together, and then sew the bound-off edges together to form a ring. ● STITCH KEY K on RS, p on WS P on RS, k on WS 2/2 LPC 2/2 RPC 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 1 2 8-st panel CABLE PANEL 40 Cable Ready Talik This ethnic-inspired, deeply textured scarf is quick and easy to knit, with a simple but stunning combination of XOXO cables and giant bobbles worked in a bulky earth-tone yarn.
44 Easy projects using basic stitches, repetitive stitchâ•¯patterns, simple color changes and simple shaping and finishing. Intermediate projects withâ•¯a variety of stitches, mid-level shaping and finishing. Experienced projects using advanced techniques and stitches, detailed shaping and refined finishing. S. Size Range 000 to 1 1 to 3 3 to 5 5 to 7 7 to 9 9 to 11 11 and larger * GUIDELINES ONLY: The above reflect the most commonly used gauges and needle sizes for specific yarn categories. ** Lace weight yarns are usually knitted on larger needles and hooks to create lacy, openwork patterns.