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ABC Baby Blanket Knitting Pattern
I had fun designing and knitting this lovely ABC Baby Blanket Knitting Pattern. It was a lot of knitting but as it was done one block at a time, it was very easy to put down and pick up again.
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Knitting Tension - What it is and Why it is Important
As a beginner you will come across the phrase knitting tension but you might not know what that phrase means or why it is so important. Getting your tension correct is vital if you want your project to end up being the right size and shape.
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True knitters can never have enough knitting patterns in there collection because you never know when the mood to start a new project will hit you and the first step is invariably hunting through that collection to find the perfect pattern.
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I am working on a Knit for Kids pattern called Maypop Baby Blanket. I am having a problem with the first row of the pattern stitch. At the end of this
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I am knitting a golf club cover using a ribbed pattern of K1 P2 with the magic loop method. I wanted to add stripes. I know how to add a color but my question
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Check Stitch Knitting Stitch Pattern
The Check Stitch knitting stitch pattern is another fairly simple stitch pattern that is suitable for beginners. It uses a basic 2x2 rib stitch that alternates between knit and purl every four rows resulting in 'checks' or blocks of broken columns.
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Box Stitch Knitting Stitch Pattern
The box stitch knitting stitch pattern is another easy textured knitting stitch pattern that alternates between knit and purl stitch in a similar way to rib and Moss Stitch.
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Braided Openwork Lace Knitting Stitch Pattern II
By just changing an M1 to a yfwd you can completely change the look Braided Openwork Lace Knitting Stitch Pattern. The lace becomes less subtle and more open.
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Braided Openwork Lace Knitting Stitch Pattern
The Braided Openwork Lace Knitting Stitch Pattern could almost pass for a textured knitting stitch pattern as the eyelets created during each repeat are quite subtle. This is a very effective all over lace pattern.
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Zig Zag Lace Stitch Pattern
This Zig Zag Lace Stitch Pattern is knitted over a multiple of 10 stitches plus 1 in 8 row repeats. Every second row is purl so there are really only 4 pattern rows.
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