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By Amy Clarke Moore

What may Jane Austen knit?

Enter the area of Jane Austen via undying knitting styles encouraged through the areas and characters in her loved novels. Designers together with Susanna IC, Vicki sq., Annie Modesitt, Heather Zoppetti, Karen Joan Raz, and Kathleen Dames have translated their love for Jane Austen's novels right into a beautiful tribute to the liked writer. The gorgeously evocative items contain cardigans, knitted shawls, baggage and different components, and knitted tasks for males and youngsters. whereas the knitting tasks are encouraged by way of the models of the regency period, they're each piece as correct today.

Knitters passionate about Jane Austen in addition to stitchers simply searching for splendidly beautiful initiatives will fall in love with the attractive knitting designs. Essays on interesting facets of Austen's lifestyles and the regency period around out this inspiring assortment. themes contain the areas the place Austen lived, knitting in Regency England, the yarns to be had to Austen and her contemporaries, and dressmaking throughout the period of time.

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A larger needle will prevent the horizontal edges from pulling in. Make your gauge swatch in the stitch you are planning to knit the scarf in and remember that it is generally desirable that a scarf fabric have more drape than a sweater. Therefore, a scarf is usually worked with needles one or two sizes larger than one would choose for a sweater of the same yarn. The amount of yarn required will vary with the width and length of the scarf, but you can estimate using about 30% of the yarn needed for an average sweater.

Seed stitch keeps the scarf from curling at the edges and creates a reversible fabric. Individualize the look with your choice of fringe or edge finish. 5 cm) long. YARN Worsted-weight yarn, about 420 yd (385 m). We used Eisaku Noro Kureyon (100% wool; 110 yd [100 m]/50 g): 4 balls #52 green blue. 5 mm). Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge. NOTIONS Tapestry needle. 5 mm) needles. STITCH GUIDE Seed Stitch (worked over an odd number of stitches) Row 1: *Knit 1, purl 1*; repeat from * to * across row, end knit 1.

STITCH GUIDE Garter Stitch Knit all rows. BLANKET STITCH is one of the simplest and most versatile embroidery stitches. It can be used to decorate an edge or, if the stitches are placed close together, it becomes a buttonhole stitch which also covers, protects, and stabilizes an edge. It is easy to work the blanket stitch evenly on knitting because one can use the knitted stitch as a spacing guide. Thread a length of yarn about 24" (61 cm) through a tapestry needle. Anchor yarn at edge and bring needle through fabric from front to back, about ¼" (6 mm) below edge.

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