Sock Yarn One-Skein Wonders®: 101 Patterns That Go Way Beyond Socks!

Sock Yarn One-Skein Wonders®: 101 Patterns That Go Way Beyond Socks!

Judith Durant

Language: English

Pages: 288

ISBN: 1603425799

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Sock yarn isn’t just for socks anymore! Veteran knitter Judith Durant presents 101 original projects that can be created from just a single skein of sock yarn, including adorable baby clothes, warm hats, beautiful scarves, and even a dog sweater. A quick and creative way to use up leftovers, many of these projects knit up in less than three hours. Adapted from designs contributed by yarn shops and crafters from throughout North America, knitters of all types will delight in these fun and stylish creations. 

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before marker, K3tog, K1. You now have 8 stitches. Place the first 4 stitches on one needle and the last 4 on another needle. Graft stitches together with Kitchener stitch (see page 278). Knitting the Thumb Work thumb as for right mitten. Finishing Weave in ends. Block. Mitered Squares Gloves Designed by Kathleen Taylor Sized to fit most adult women, these gloves are perfect for self-patterning, heavy fingering- or light sport-weight sock yarn. The mitered-square cuffs are

3: Knit to stitch before the wrap, WT. Row 4: Purl to stitch before the wrap, WT. Repeat Rows 3 and 4 until there are 10 unwrapped stitches in center of needle. HEEL (PART TWO) Row 1: Knit to the first wrapped stitch, pick up wrap and knit it together with the stitch, WT. Note: This stitch will have two wraps. Row 2: Purl to the first wrapped stitch, pick up wrap and purl it together with the stitch, WT. Note: This and all subsequent wrapped stitches except the 2 end stitches will have two

stockinette stitch, slipping the markers on every round, until piece measures 10½” (10½”, 11”)/26.5 (26.5, 28) cm. Note: The bottom 2”/5 cm will roll to the outside and form the brim. Shaping the Ties Knit to marker #2. With straight needle, knit the next 25 stitches, turn. The first tie is knitted back and forth on these 25 stitches. Beginning with a wrong-side row, work back and forth in stockinette stitch for 5 (7, 9) more rows. Decrease Row (RS): K1, K2tog, knit to last 3 stitches,

right side facing, using double-point needles and beginning at underarm, pick up and knit 66 stitches. Join into a round. Purl 1 round, knit 1 round, purl 1 round, knit 1 round. Bind off. Knitting the Skirt Note: The skirt is worked from both the inside and outside of the ball of yarn. If necessary, rewind into a center-pull ball. With yarn from outside of ball, using smallest needle, and beginning with the stitch just past the button band, pick up and knit 168 stitches along edge of

up the circular needle with two attached squares and slip the 17 Square #2 stitches opposite the seamed edge onto an empty double-point needle, leaving an equal number of stitches on each side of the circular needle. With wrong sides together, use the three-needle bind off (see page 282) to join the two sets of 17 stitches from Squares #2 and #3 (see Fig. 1 on page 198). Cut the yarn and pull through the last stitch. Place the live stitches from this square onto the same circular needle.

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