Download Knitting Knee-Highs: Sock Styles from Classic to by Barb Brown PDF
By Barb Brown
<h2>Take your sock knitting to new heights!</h2>
If you're keen on knee-high socks, you recognize there are by no means sufficient knee-high styles to maintain your needles going. within this ebook, you'll locate assets to satisfy your each knee-high desire. From casting on on the knee to grafting the toe stitches, Barb Brown will lead you step by step via making a brilliant pair (or pairs!) of knee-high socks.
Inside Knitting Knee-Highs you'll locate styles for:* problematic colorwork encouraged by way of historical tapestries and modern day indie dyers
* Twisting and twining cables from knee to toe
* gorgeous lacework that appears gentle yet can face up to the damage knee-highs take
* superbly textured stitches encouraged through loved knitting traditions
* hot and comfy pairs made out of game and DK weight yarns
And if that's no longer adequate to fulfill your knee-high knitting wishes, Barb stocks her formulation for custom-knit knee-highs, in addition to directions for changing sock styles to make knee-highs! Plus, she'll enable you to make your knee-highs healthy completely and stay awake all day lengthy. There are even bonus directions for every undertaking so that you can attempt a knee-high trend as socks, anklets or perhaps leg warmers.
Once you dip your toe into Knitting Knee-Highs, your sock knitting is just not the same!
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Extra resources for Knitting Knee-Highs: Sock Styles from Classic to Contemporary
Insert the tip of the left needle into the slipped stitch and lift it up. S. Pass the slipped stitch over the knit stitch and slide it off the right needle. Try not to stretch the stitch if possible. 6. Knit the rest of the row as usual. An skp decrease from a knit side row SLIP PURL PASS (SPP) This purl side decrease causes a right-slanting decrease on the knit side of the piece. It is worked very similarly to the slip knit pass above. 1. On a purl row, purl to the point in the row that you want to work the decrease.
With the stitch still on the left needle, insert the right needle into the stitch again, but this time from the back of the loop. Make sure to insert the needle into the BACK of the loop. 4. Knit the stitch as usual, then slip both stitches off the left needle. The second stitch should have a small loop of yarn at its base, the "bar" of the increase's name. A bar increase on a knit side row. Note the horizontal bar at the base of the increased stitch. To work a bar increase on a purl side row: 1.
On a knit row of your swatch, knit to the point in the row that you want to work the decrease. 2. Slip the next stitch by inserting the tip of your right needle into it as if to knit, but instead slide it onto the right needle without knitting it. 3. Knit the next stitch of the row as usual. 4. Insert the tip of the left needle into the slipped stitch and lift it up. S. Pass the slipped stitch over the knit stitch and slide it off the right needle. Try not to stretch the stitch if possible. 6. Knit the rest of the row as usual.