Download Op-Art Socks: Creative Effects in Sock Knitting by Stephanie van der Linden PDF
By Stephanie van der Linden
Take pleasure in a clean new method of sock knitting! Stephanie van der Linden is a grasp knitter and indicates her technical talents to nice influence in Op-Art Socks. A collector of op-art ceramics, she used to be encouraged to translate picture optical illusions into knitted styles for socks, replicating their eye-popping effects.
Op-Art Socks comprises 19 tasks. discover image colorwork, textured knitting (knit and purl), shadow knitting, and moving ribbing to create optical illusions. The publication contains black and white swatches of all styles that you should with ease understand the op-art illusions in every one piece.
Op-Art Socks is actually specified in topic and designs. transcend traditional sock knitting into new territory!
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ROW 18: K5. ROW 19: K3, W&T. ROW 20: K3. ROW 1 (RS): ROWS 2 AND 3: the wraps on Row 23 because they are sufficiently hidden by this yarn when worked in Garter stitch. Row 26: Slip first st knitwise, knit remaining sts. Change to B and work Right Wedge once. Change back to A and work Right Wedge once. Work a Left Curve With B, follow directions for Left Wedge once. Left Wedge Knit all 19 sts. Repeat Row 1. ROW 3: Slip first st knitwise, knit remaining sts. ROW 4: Knit all 19 sts. ROW 5: Repeat Row 3.
ROW 23: K1. ROW 24: Knit all 19 sts. It is not necessary to hide ROW 1 (RS): ROW 2: the wraps with this yarn. ROW 25: ROW 26: Slip first st knitwise, knit remaining sts. Repeat Row 24. Change to A and work Left Wedge once. Change back to B and work Left Wedge once. Continue to alternate Work a Right Curve (3 Right Wedges) and Work a Left Curve (3 Left Wedges) until you have a total of 8 Curves (24 Wedges). Weave in ends from the color changes to complete the Scarf. 64 65 KNITTING NEW SCARVES KNITTING NEW SCARVES New Wave Smooth wave patterns are found everywhere – in nature’s rippling water, in man-made architectural forms, and even in once-fashionable crimped hair – but a three-dimensional wave pattern knit into a scarf is undoubtedly new.
STEP 4: Divide Rib Flanges (see page 60). Knit 5 rnds. Combine Stitches Into Ribbed Flanges (see page 60). Work 3 rnds of Rib a Round. Repeat the four steps of Scarf Pattern until Scarf measures 60", ending with 3 rnds of Rib a Round. To finish the Scarf, BO knitwise as you work Divide Rib Flanges. Rib a Round c. With empty needle, K1, P1 for 10 sts (the same 10 sts worked in Step B), slipping first st knitwise. Steps A-E below correspond to the letters in Photo 3. Before you begin knitting, read through the steps and see how the diagram corresponds to your knitting.