3 Skeins or Less - Fresh Knitted Accessories by Tanis Gray PDF

By Tanis Gray

A selection of enjoyable knitting projects--all in 3 skeins or less!

In three Skeins or much less: clean Knitted components, knitters will locate 25 add-ons that take not more than 1, 2, or three skeins of yarn. they'll savour knitting styles for ever-so-popular shawls, socks, hats/berets, mittens, cowls, or even a tank, cropped sweater, and cami!

Featured designers contain Ann Weaver, Carina Spencer, Heather Zoppetti, Romi Hill, and so forth. Their designs function sew styles that opt for fascinating colour mixtures, unforeseen development twists, and additional sparkle.

3 Skeins or much less: clean Knitted components is definitely the right ebook for knitters desirous to make presents for any get together. The yarns selected are an outstanding stability of lovely hand-dyes and large manufacturers, permitting you to maintain an eye fixed in your funds or locate the appropriate use for worthwhile skeins of targeted yarns.

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Adjust needle size as necessary to obtain correct gauge. SIZE 29 Winnifred Negligee, published by Fleisher’s, 1920s Although this garment is called a “negligee,” a word normally associated with a robe, housecoat, or dressing gown, we see the project as an updated oversized, loosely-knit sweater with drop shoulders and a charming V-shape “sleeve” knit from the shoulder down . . with no sleeve seams! We’ve lengthened the body several inches, so it will fit pretty much as shown in the photo. Remember, most women were shorter in the 1920s.

Row 2: Sl 1, k1, p1, k2. Row 3: Sl 1, k1B, M1p, p1, M1p, k1B, k1—7 sts. Row 4: Sl 1, k1, p3, k2. Row 5: Sl 1, k1B, [p1, M1k] twice, p1, k1B, k1—9 sts. Row 6: Sl 1, *k1, p1; rep from * to last 2 sts, k2, Row 7: Sl 1, k1B, p1, k1B, M1p, p1, M1p, k1B, p1, k1B, k1—11 sts. Row 8: Sl 1, [k1, p1] twice, p1, [p1, k1] twice, k1. Row 9: Sl 1, [k1B, p1] twice, M1k, p1, M1k, [p1, k1B] twice, k1—13 sts. Row 10: Same as row 6. Row 11: Sl 1, *k1B, p1; rep from * to last 2 sts, k1B, k1. Rows 12 through 17: Rep rows 10 and 11.

40 Next row (RS): *K2, M1k, k3, M1k, k2; rep from * to end of row—81 sts. Working the first and last st as k1 every row (edge sts), work in St st until work measures 4” from CO, finishing with a purl row completed. Opening: 15”; hat stretches to fit head snuggly Depth from crown to forehead: 6” Size 6 [4 mm] knitting needles Size G/6 [4 mm] crochet hook Tapestry needle 2 stitch holders Pom-pom maker, or 2 circles of cardboard roughly the circumference of pom-pom MATERIALS GAUGE Yarn—CYCA #3 Light, washable wool or blend: About 125–150 yds (exact amount will depend on the size of pom-pom) 22 sts and 28 rows = 4” [10 cm] in St st on size 6 [4 mm] needles.

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