Sock Yarn One-Skein Wonders®: 101 Patterns That Go Way Beyond Socks!
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loop and leave it on the needle, then knit the first stitch and slip both stitches off the needle. RIGHT TWIST Knit the second stitch and leave it on the needle, then knit the first stitch and slip both stitches off the needle. Knitting the Scarf Using a provisional method (see page 280), cast on 39 stitches. Work charts as follows. Note that charts begin on a wrong-side row. Work Rows 1–42 of Chart A. Work Rows 1–42 of Chart B. Work Rows 1–50 of Chart C. Work Rows 1–42 of Chart A.
108 stitches. Work 8 rows in stockinette stitch, ending with a wrong-side row. Next Row: K88, place marker, K20. Join into a round and knit every round until piece measures 14”/35.5 cm from cast-on edge. Knitting the Front Knit to 2 stitches before marker, bind off 4 stitches, K50. Place next 54 stitches on scrap yarn to hold and work back and forth on remaining 50 stitches for the front as follows: Row 1 (WS): Purl. Row 2: K2, ssk, knit to last 4 stitches, K2tog, K2. Repeat Rows 1
(WS): Slip 1 purlwise, purl to last stitch, K1. Row 2: Slip 1 purlwise, knit to 3 stitches before marker, K2tog, K1, slip marker, K5, slip next 5 stitches to cable needle and hold in back, (K1 from left-hand needle together with 1 from cable needle) five times, slip next 5 stitches to cable needle and hold in front, (K1 from cable needle together with 1 from left-hand needle) five times, K5, slip marker, K1, ssk, knit to end of row. Row 3: Repeat Row 1. Row 4: Slip 1 purlwise, knit to end of
England with her partner and two small animals. When she is not ferociously knitting and crafting, she’s hanging out at WEBS for pay and lots of yarn. HANNAH SIX Hannah Six is a knitwear designer, knitting instructor, and spinner. She lives with her husband and two cats in the Washington, D.C.–Metro area, where inspiration abounds. CAROL J. SORSDAHL Carol learned to knit while living in Ketchikan, Alaska, in the early 1970s. Knitting brought Carol through the tough times of her life—caring
Yarn over hook and draw loop through both loops on hook. Slip-stitch crochet. Insert hook into next stitch, wrap yarn over hook, and draw the loop through the stitch and the loop on the hook. Stockinette stitch. When knitting back and forth in rows, knit the right-side rows, purl the wrong-side rows. When knitting circularly, knit all rounds. Tassel. 1. Cut a piece of cardboard about 4”/10 cm wide and a little longer than you want your tassel to be. Wrap the yarn lengthwise around the