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By Rita Weiss

Step by step directions and forty illustrations for making 20 appealing tasks: tablecloths, bedspreads, undies, pillows, garments, and more.

Delicate styles contain Cinderella, Dublin attractiveness, Irish Springtime, to call only a few.

40 black-and-white illustrations. 20 styles. directions. advent.

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Rep row 1 to form patt. 4 3 2 1 Rep = 8 sts KNITTING INSTRUCTIONS Cast on a multiple of 8 sts. Rows 1–5 *K4, P4; rep from *. Rows 6–10 *P4, K4; rep from *. Rep rows 1–10 to form patt. Rep = 10 rows BASIC TECHNIQUES SPECIAL NOTES AND SYMBOL KEY • See page 37 for a list of knitting abbreviations and for how to work from a stitch symbol chart. Explanations for how to follow a simple stitch pattern are given on page 35. KEY = K on odd-numbered rows = P on even-numbered rows • Avoid using black or the very darkest yarns if you are using one of these stitches for the main section of your knitting.

Row 12 P. Rep rows 1–12 to form patt. 57 58 KNITTING COLORWORK You have many technique choices if you like adding lots of colors to your knitting. The easiest method of all is to knit plain stockinette stitch using a multicolored yarn with many colors twisted into it or a variegated yarn, which changes color along the strand (see page 13). But if you want to work the colors into the knitting yourself to give more color options, you can work simple stripes, easy colorwork stitch patterns, or charted Fair Isle or intarsia motifs.

Row 4 Rep row 2. Row 5 Rep row 1. Row 6 P3, *K3, P6; rep from * to last 6 sts, K3, P3. Row 7 K4, *P1, K8; rep from * to last 5 sts, P1, K4. Row 8 Rep row 6. Rep rows 1–8 to form patt. 31 32 KNITTING When your piece of knitted fabric is complete you will need to close off the loops so that they can’t unravel. This is called binding off the stitches. Although binding off is shown worked across knit stitches, the principle is the same for purl stitches. Sometimes a knitting pattern instructs the knitter to stop knitting but retain the stitches for future use.

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