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By Teri Dusenbury
Even novices could make 12 diversified appealing tatted hearts, using "directional tatting" and the break up ring method. Separate images of every center and a cellular using the entire hearts. 111 illustrations.
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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.