After the edge stitch, cross 2 stitches to the right with the right needle. Slip the crossed stitches to the left needle and knit them. Cross the adjacent 2 stitches to the left with the left needle and knit them on the left needle. The wrong side of the model is purled. In row 2 […]
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Purl 6 stitches, Knit 8 stitches, repeat number 1 and 2 until you complete row 1.
Your pattern will look like this when you complete knitting.
Learn to knit quickly and with more flawless results. Make the most of your knitting time using these tips: Knit sleeveless or short-sleeved projects. This cuts the knitting time by 1/3 or more, and saves yarn to boot. Choose slim tailored designs. Baggy sweaters mean more stitches to knit. Tight sweaters save yarn! Knit for […]
Free knitting instructions from Beeton’s Book of Needlework 1870, with step by step illustrations for casting on, plain knitting, purl stitches, increasing, decreasing, and casting off. 287.–KNITTING, though considered to be an old-fashioned art, is by no means so ancient as lacemaking. Knitting has never entirely quitted the hands of English and German ladies; indeed, […]