Knitted Leaves

A mini leaf scarf collection to knit. Includes 5 patterns all with charted and written intructions.

Knitted Leaves

Author: Grace Mcewen

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ISBN: 9781478159469

Page: 24

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A mini leaf scarf collection to knit. Includes 5 patterns all with charted and written intructions.

The Knitted Palet t

This completes the first leaf . Now make a chain of 25 stitches , and proceed as
with the first leaf , till you come to the second 2 double long stitches ; then unite to
the first leaf by 1 chain . Finish the same as first leaf . Continue in this way ...

The Knitted Palet  t

Author: Mrs. William Savage

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Page: 24

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Knitting Rugs

Oak Leaf: ColorA (veins in color B) Narrow Leaf: Color B (veins in colorA) Maple
Leaf: Color C (veins in color D) Fan-Shaped Leaf: ... Using the colors indicated
above and two strands of yarn held together, knit at least 5 of each type of leaf.

Knitting Rugs

Author: Nola A. Heidbreder

Publisher: Stackpole Books

ISBN: 0811712516

Page: 112

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A collection of 39 original, creative designs for knitted rugs. • Includes a variety of styles and techniques, including modular rugs, rugs made from I-cord, rugs that emphasize color and texture, and rugs made from repurposed materials • Patterns are easy and quick to knit as well as interesting, incorporating crossover fiber techniques such as crocheting, appliqué, weaving, and more

The Knitting Book

... symbols 29 lavender sachets 48 lazy daisy stitch 231 leaves big-leaflace
67,334 large leaf 60, 325 leaf eyelet 65, 332 leaves lace 67, 335 mini-leaf 66,
333 leg warmers, yarn weights 32 letter motifs, intarsia 73, 340 lifted increase on
knit row ...

The Knitting Book

Author: Vikki Haffenden

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1465499016

Page: 364

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Everything you need to teach yourself how to knit, from casting on to creating your own designs. This new edition of DK's knitting bible takes you from beginner to expert, with hundreds of step-by-step techniques, more than 120 stitch patterns for a variety of knitting stitches, and 20 knitting projects suitable for all abilities. Fully illustrated and easy to use, The Knitting Book is a one-stop resource for beginners and a rich source of inspiration for avid knitters who want to progress their skills and try new stitch patterns. Each technique is shown in clear photographic steps and explained with helpful annotations and arrows, from basic casting on to intricate Fair Isle and cable patterns. A photographic stitch gallery showcases over 120 different stitches to inspire you - try your hand at everything from garter stitch to intarsia, or customize projects with your own stitch choices. This updated edition features 10 brand-new project patterns, including an arm knitting pattern, as well as 10 projects from the original edition that have been reimagined with new yarns and fresh colors. Simple, clear, and comprehensive, The Knitting Book is the only book you need to progress your skills and create your own beautiful, unique pieces.

Field Guide to Knitting

It's knitting, the "new yoga." With patterns using stitches from the simple knit and purl to the more complicated lace and cables, this reference guide is a valuable resource for novices to master knitters.

Field Guide to Knitting

Author: Jackie Pawlowski

Publisher: Quirk Books

ISBN: 9781594741586

Page: 295

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Julia Roberts does it. Madonna, Sarah Jessica Parker and Hilary Swank do it. It's knitting, the "new yoga." With patterns using stitches from the simple knit and purl to the more complicated lace and cables, this reference guide is a valuable resource for novices to master knitters.

Godey s Magazine

The yellow petals are knitted in the same way, the largest requires twelve stitohes
, and the last four or six rows must be ... Leaves. — Cast on three stitches. Knit
one row, purl one row, then 1st row. — Make one, knit one throughout the row. 2d
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Godey s Magazine

Author: Louis Antoine Godey

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Includes music.

Bazaar Exchange and Mart and Journal of the Household

I want to braid a child's white alpaca put the cotton back and knit 2 together ,
cotton leaves only , not the double circle of leaves , dress with black braid , can
anyone tell me what forward , knit long stitch , parl 2. - 5th row . Slip and when the
 ...

Bazaar Exchange and Mart  and Journal of the Household

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The Art of Knitting

Daron FOR COUNTBRPANES, Seamus, Roses, Ere. stitch at each side of the
center stitch, knitting the latter as in the eighth row; k 1, k 2 together, k 5, and
repeat from * across the row. Eleventh row—Knit to leaf, purl 7, and repeat across
the ...

The Art of Knitting

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Page: 154

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Compassionate Knitting

Leaves: Using the Autumn Leaf Template on page 28, cut out the desired number
of leaves from your leaf background color; the project shown uses 13 leaves.
Scatter the leaves randomly on your knitted piece. Sew them in place using a
yarn ...

Compassionate Knitting

Author: Tara Jon Manning

Publisher: Tuttle Publishing

ISBN: 1462901239

Page: 136

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Compassionate Knitting: Finding Basic Goodness in the Work of Our Hands is a knitting book unlike any other. The 20 original-design projects included in this book range from small accessory items and gifts to wearable garments-all of which include personal ritual in their creation or use. Each project is inspired by an element of the world around us, based on a contemplative theme drawn from Shambhala Buddhism and Eastern arts or, in some cases, Western notions of the magical and mindful.

Never Too Many Handbags

Keeping an eye on how your leaf is progressing, randomly decrease the stitches
back down towards a point again by knitting together at either the beginning or
end of some, but not all, of the rows (again, this is your choice). The rate at which
 ...

Never Too Many Handbags

Author: Prudence Mapstone

Publisher: Prudence Mapstone

ISBN: 0958044325

Page: 52

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Alice Starmore s Charts for Color Knitting

Features traditional and original patterns that can be used to create knitted sweaters, along with projects for patterned sweaters and her advice for determining a design's color scheme.

Alice Starmore s Charts for Color Knitting

Author: Alice Starmore

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 0486484637

Page: 153

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Features traditional and original patterns that can be used to create knitted sweaters, along with projects for patterned sweaters and her advice for determining a design's color scheme.

Handknit Holidays

Crown KNITTING FOR OTHERS If you wish to extend your holiday giving to
people in need but are not sure how to begin, ... Row 4: Knit. Row 5: K1, k2tog, k3
, k2tog, k1–7 sts. BO all sts. Loft Leaf Make 6 (3 each in olive oil and lime leaf).

Handknit Holidays

Author: Melanie Falick

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN: 1453267913

Page: 184

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The author of Knitting in America offers more than 50 winter knitting projects—from classic holiday decorations to stylishly original gifts. For many people, the best part of the winter holidays is the anticipation: planning the perfect gifts, decorating the house, looking forward to seeing family and friends. Holidays can be particularly special for knitters, whose preparations often start months in advance and involve their own creations. In Handknit Holidays best-selling knitting author Melanie Falick presents an eclectic collection of more than 50 original gifts, decorations, and clothing pieces for Christmas, Hanukkah, and the winter solstice, providing year-round inspiration for knitters of all levels. Created by top knitwear designers, the projects include colorful ornaments; funky and classic Christmas stockings; a wire-and-bead menorah; sparkly ribbon scarves; a poncho and matching dog sweater; and a range of super-quick projects for that last-minute holiday rush, from a Santa hat, to elf caps, to flower pins. Rounding out the volume are a few grand projects—an Aran tree skirt, a patchwork afghan, a lace shawl—destined to become family heirlooms, plus features on such topics as the origin of the Christmas stocking, the meaning of the winter solstice, knitting for charities, strategies for finishing holiday knitting (on schedule!), and even a delicious recipe for festive crescent cookies. Beautifully photographed by Susan Pittard, Handknit Holidays is a creative celebration of the holiday season and a treasure for all knitters who seek to bring more of their own handwork—and artistry—into their daily lives and their holiday festivities.

The Knitting Stitch Motif Directory

Leaf shapes make a lovely repetitive pattern for a knitted item . Use colors
inspired by nature , such as fall shades on a soft background color , or spring
greens with a dark contrast . OAK LEAF To create a textured surface to this oak
leaf , knit ...

The Knitting Stitch   Motif Directory

Author: Sue Pearce

Publisher: Chartwell Books

ISBN: 9780785820161

Page: 208

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Divided into four tabbed sections, this illustrated guide shows you how to master the intarsia techniques, handle multiple yarns, and create grids for your own motifs. Arranged thematically, the book contains over 120 different motifs for you to copy with clear instructions on how to size, position, and combine motifs to fit your design needs.

Woman s Day

Of one kind or another you will find the leaf pattern in almost any part of the
United States, wherever anyone treas. ures, the knitted products of patient, skillful
hands. It may, having been made in days gone by, already be an heirloom, or it
may ...

Woman s Day

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Knitted Socks East and West

When I spotted the chart for this stitch pattern in one of my Japanese stitch books,
I immediately thought of a tree leaf. I named the socks after the katsura, a variety
of Japanese ornamental tree known for its delicate leaves, its brilliant red and ...

Knitted Socks East and West

Author: Judy Sumner

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN: 1453268111

Page: 144

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Open up a world of knitting possibilities with these fun and stylish sock designs using Japanese stitch techniques. In Knitted Socks East and West, author Judy Sumner compares knitting a sock to writing a haiku: both challenge you to create something beautiful and original within a sparse, strict format. In this, her first book, she recounts how she came to study hundreds of exquisite Japanese stitch patters and then apply her new knowledge to the sock designs showcased here. Whether short or long, fine or bulky, simple or complex, each of the 30 designs in Knitted Socks East and West is named after an intriguing aspect of Japanese culture. For example, the leg of the Origami crew socks appears to fold in and out; the Sumo slipper socks are named after the heavy, organic movement of the cables in their thick yarn; and the Ikebana knee socks highlight a textural floral design. Step-by-step text and easy-to-read charts are included for each design, along with illustrated directions for the Japanese stitchwork introduced in the projects.

Godey s Lady s Book

The large leaf is made also of double cashmere , with card - board between ; the
edge is worked round with buttonhole ... His fanchon is knitted with white wool on
| The brush is edged round with red and white den needles in diamond stitch .

Godey s Lady s Book

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