Download First Frost: Cozy Folk Knitting by Lucinda Guy PDF

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By Lucinda Guy

Become aware of conventional northern eu knitting concepts to create sleek garments.

Lucinda man follows up her fresh successes with one other exploration of northern ecu knitting, this time increasing to incorporate Nordic, Baltic, and Scandinavian history knitting traditions. This most up-to-date assortment contains full-sized clothing in addition to components for ladies, males, little ones, and residential and includes 20 items total.

First Frost: comfortable folks Knitting celebrates all that's brilliant approximately ornamental folks knitting. As crucial daily put on for somebody residing and dealing within the harsh, chilly climates of the North, folks knits may perhaps diversity from the straightforward and utilitarian to textural, braided, tasseled, and exuberantly coloured and patterned knits reserved just for precise events and celebrations.

Lucinda turns old knitting traditions into daily put on that's folk-inspired yet by no means costumey and brings history knitting strategies to a contemporary viewers.

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Change to MC and work rem throw in garter st, alternating yarns as follows: 28 rows of MC 8 rows of blue 28 rows of MC 8 rows of turquoise 28 rows of MC 8 rows of yellow 28 rows of MC 8 rows of pink 28 rows of MC 8 rows of purple 28 rows of MC 8 rows of blue 28 rows of MC 8 rows of turquoise 28 rows of MC 8 rows of yellow 28 rows of MC 7 rows of pink BO sts loosely. Weave in all ends. Edging: With RS facing you, use blue to PU 1 st in each garter ridge along one side. Knit 6 rows. BO sts loosely.

To join squares, place 2 squares side by side with right sides facing up and cables at right angles to each other. With slip knot on crochet hook and working yarn underneath and between the 2 squares, *insert hook from right side through both loops at edge on first square, yarn over and pull through stitch (2 loops on hook), insert hook from right side through both loops of corresponding stitch on second square, yarn over and pull through stitch (3 loops on hook), yarn over and pull through all 3 loops, repeating from * to end.

Consider a different size crochet hook if you have trouble achieving the correct tension. Work 3 stitches (in same stitch as the round) in each corner stitch. Join the rounds with a slip stitch in the beginning stitch. Fasten off at the end of the last round. Do not turn the work unless directed to do so. On subsequent rounds, work 1 stitch in each stitch from the previous row, except for the corners, where you will work 3 stitches. Work into both loops of the stitches from the previous round unless otherwise instructed.

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