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i used Kevat (spring in Finnish, or so i'm told) pattern
qiviuk 56 gr
on size 7
decided to make a st st section in middle both for more structure but also so it wasn't so bead heavy
just in time for christmas
schulana donegal tweed
some alterations on the pattern section, changed the purl to seed stitch and lowered the pattern section to match the arm pattern and fall below instead of right on the nipples
somebody designed and knitted these
Finished my scarf on trip to Germany and Austria. Here it hangs in my hosts house
All the examples I see of brioche seem like di weight or heavier. Has anyone ever used finger or lace weight so its airier
Had fun with this. It's all stockinet te body with seed border and my new favorite edge, I-cord using a blue ribbon and five stitches
The yarn was Caron merino
I am writing pattern for stretchy tank top. The stitch pattern is four rows: one is all yo, k, the even rows are all purl back, third row is all skp.
Trying to work out simple lace pattern. It's k1yo first row. Coming back you skp slipping the knit stitch and knitting the yo so I get that it alternates. What I don't get is the beginning or rows so it doesn't create diagonal edge. Every row can't start with k1 yo, right? Then what does that mean about last stitches. I am sure this is. Simple solution.
Im in soho for a few days. Any good yarn shops down this way?