No-Sew Knits: 20 Flattering, Finish-Free Garments
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Add elegance and grace to your knitting projects with interweaves favorites. These designs are modern and sophisticated. This book offers a large range of knitting techniques and styles to explore them in. A must buy product.
Sleeves With dpns, beg at center of collar CO sts, pick up and knit 2 sts along CO sts, 56 (62, 62, 68, 68, 74, 74) sts along selvedge edge of back, then 2 sts along rem CO sts—60 (66, 66, 72, 72, 78, 78) sts. Divide sts evenly over 3 or 4 dpn. Pm and join for working in rnds. Rnd 1: *P1, k4, p1; rep from * around. Rep last rnd until sleeve meas 3" (7.5 cm). BO using picot BO. Work second sleeve same as first. Finishing Weave in loose ends. Block to measurements. Nurturing
work in moss st to 2 sts before m, ssk (or ssp to maintain patt), sl m; rep from * once more—4 sts dec’d. Work 8 rnds even. Rep the last 9 rnds 3 times—80 (96, 112, 128, 144, 160) sts rem. Join the Pocket and Body Return 30 (30, 38, 38, 46, 46) held pocket sts to shorter cir needle. Joining rnd: Work 5 (9, 9, 13, 13, 17) body sts, holding needle with pocket sts in front, k2tog (or p2tog to maintain patt) working 1 st from pocket and 1 st from body until all pocket sts have been joined,
difference. For example: Front meas: 201⁄2" (52 cm) minus back meas: 171⁄2" (44.5 cm) = 3" (7.5 cm) difference. The result is how much more fabric you need to add to the front of the sweater. Next, figure out how many extra rows you’ll need add to match this measurement. Multiply the above number (3") by the number of rows per inch your pattern uses. The Moonlight Pullover uses 73⁄4 rows per inch: 73⁄4 × 3" = 23 rows. This needs to be an even number, so round it to the nearest even number,
13.5, 14, 14.5, 15] cm) from underarm. Remove side m, keeping beg-of-rnd m on needle. Work Rnds 1–4 of cable and lace patt 6 times. Change to middle size needle and work Rnds 1–4 of cable and lace patt 4 times. Change to largest needle and work cable and lace patt until piece meas about 91⁄4" (23.5 cm) from beg of cable and lace patt, ending with Rnd 4 of patt. Work Rnds 1–6 of edging patt. BO loosely pwise, using a larger size needle if necessary to prevent the BO from being too tight.
1 stitch after the first bar increase, just before the second bar increase. This will create 2 knit-looking stitches—1 on either side of the marker—because the first half of the bar increase after the marker matches the stitch on the other side of the marker. Notes When placing markers, use different colored markers for the beginning of round, cable panel, raglan, and sides to easily tell them apart. After working the cable panel to the point where the pattern is visibly obvious, you may