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By Margaret Radcliffe

Margaret Radcliffe's vintage Q&A advisor is best than ever! This completely revised and up-to-date new version supplies specialist solutions to ratings of latest questions that knitters have requested because the first version was once released. You'll locate greater than a dozen new solid ons and bind offs; new options for beading and knitting backwards; counsel for making gentle stripes whilst knitting within the around and for measuring gauge on tough materials, resembling ribbing and lace; clean info on reading styles and adjusting styles to slot; and masses extra!

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Qxp 8/14/06 10:23 AM Page 51 Hugs and Kisses Cable Worked over 8 sts on a background of reverse St st. Row 1 (RS): K. Row 2 and all alt rows: P. Row 3: C4b, c4f. Row 5: K. Row 7: As row 3. Row 9: K. Row 11: C4f, c4b. Row 13: K. Row 15: As row 11. Row 16: P. Rep rows 1–16. Bobbles and Waves Special abbreviations: C6b (cable 6 back): Slip the next three stitches onto a cable needle and hold at the back; knit the next three stitches on the left needle; knit the three stitches from the cable needle.

An unwanted hole can appear at the turning point, so to avoid this it may be necessary to wrap the last stitch. Wrapping the stitch is very simple. When working the knit stitch, before you knit the stitch that is to be wrapped, move the yarn from the back to the front, between the needles and slip the chosen stitch. Then turn the work and move the yarn from the front to the back, and you will have wrapped your first stitch! When working the purl stitch, you will need to move your yarn from the front to the back before slipping it, then from the back to the front to continue.

Row 10: K2, p2, (k4, p3) twice, k4, p2, k2. Row 11: P2, t3f, p3, t5f, t5b, p3, t3b, p2. Row 12: K1, mb, k1, p2, k5, p6, k5, p2, k1, mb, k1. Rep rows 1–12. qxp 8/14/06 10:24 AM Page 53 Chapter Six ttt Painting by Stitches: How to Knit with Different Colors or some people it’s knitting instinct; they understand how stitches are formed, how the yarn loops into a stitch to create a new stitch, how all the stitches are joined in one continuous length of twisted fiber. But what happens if you run out of your yarn?

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