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By Jean Leinhauser

Книга для современных и стильных дам. Модельеры Jean Leinhauser и Rita Weiss создали модели соответствующие последним тенденциям моды – яркие, элегантные, стильные и оригинальные: пальто, сарафаны, купальник, топы, берет, юбки, туника, платье… Модели и аксессуары выполнены спицами и сопровождаются описанием и подробными фотографиями.

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When you begin the cast-on, place the doubled or tripled yarn around your thumb and the single strand around your index finger (figure 4). Drop the slipknot from the needle before joining in the round. K n o t S o c k s , pa g e 9 6 42 s o c k k n i t t i ng m a s t e r c l a s s Invisible Provisional Cast-On A provisional cast-on is used when an edging will be added to the cast-on edge later, as was done for Up-Down Entrelac on page 122. For these socks, Kathryn Alexander worked a strip of small triangles beginning with a provisional caston, then joined the live stitches at the end of the strip to the cast-on stitches to form a tube.

Involve the Kitchener stitch. In terms of design, they A disadvantage to this direction of construction is that the foot cannot be tried on and checked for offer exciting studies in texture, color, and design integration. fit until the entire sock is finished. Working from 37 Top-Down Cast-Ons The key to a comfortable fit at the top of the leg of a top-down sock is to choose an elastic cast-on. There are dozens of ways to cast on, but the ones shown here will ensure a sturdy, stretchy edge that will fit over the heel and will not bind at the top of the leg.

Many slip-stitch patterns are foot will become wide and short after the sock is washed. worked in conjunction with color changes to create the look In general, slip-stitch socks are worked with fewer stitches of color-stranded patterns, as in the Happy-Go-Lucky Boot than stockinette-stitch socks worked with the same yarn and Socks (page 68). When worked in a single color, slip-stitch needles. patterns can create lively textural patterns, especially when the slipped stitches travel over the background stitches similar to small cables or traveling stitches, such as for the Slip-n-Slide socks on page 108.

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