GREAT CROCHET: SIMPLE TIPS TO MAKE IT HAPPEN PART 2
- Module 6: Slip Stitch Square (multiple of 4 + 1). // Modular Mix;
The article offers step-by-step crochet instructions for knitting a square slip stitch.
- STITCH GUIDE. GUZMAN, KIM // Learn Double-Ended Tunisian;Jan2014, p35
The article offers step-by-step instructions for several stitching techniques including crochet color change, double crochet and slip stitch.
- Basic Knitting Instructions. // Love of Knitting;Special Occasions 2013, p92
The article discusses basic knitting instructions for different types of stitches. It presents standards and guidelines for crochet and knitting as well as categories of yarn, gauge ranges, and recommended needle and hook sizes. The definitions of several knitting and crochet abbreviations are...
- KNITTING CLASS. // Creative Knitting;Jul2008, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p68
The article discusses knitting basics. It provides step-by-step instructions for cast on, cable cast on, knit, purl, bind-off, increase, invisible increase, decrease, slip, slip, knit, and slip, slip, purl. The basic stitches are garter stitch and stockinette stitch, among others. It presents...
- CROCHET CLASS. // Creative Knitting;Mar2010, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p97
The article offers information for executing the crochet stitches used for the projects featured in the publication. The single crochet is initiated by inserting the hook in the second chain through the center of the V while the half double crochet involves bringing the yarn over the hook from...
- STITCH GUIDE. // Crochet World;Oct2005, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p46
The article offers crocheting and stitching guides.
- Gilding the Lily: Surface Embellishments. Johnson, Kathleen Power // Creative Knitting;Nov2006, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p36
The article offers tips in stitching surface embellishments on knitted sweaters. It discusses some advantages of using crochet for surface design as well as duplicate stitches in designing a sweater. Practical requirements in using embroidery stitches for a sweater fabric are stated such as...
- Starting and Finishing. // Knitting Cuff to Cuff: A Dozen Designs for Sideways-Knit Garment;2007, p18
The article offers various suggestions for band knitting. It suggests that scrap knitting should be done at the beginning and end of the knitting. A yarn that is close to the main yarn should be chosen. The joining of live stitches in smooth and bulk-free seams is also recommended if the...
- Stitch & Color Techniques. // Warm Hands Warm the Heart;2010, p44
The article discusses the color and stitch techniques in knitting. It notes the provision of a chart to follow the pattern when working with more than one color in a round or row. It describes stranded or fair isle knitting which entails changing yarn colors within the row or round. Step-by-step...