How to Knit Well – Calculating Stitch Increase for Top-Down Raglan Shaping – Knitter’s Simultaneous Equation « Cotton and Cloud

How to Knit Well – Calculating Stitch Increase for Top-Down Raglan Shaping – Knitter’s Simultaneous Equation « Cotton and Cloud

Ravelry: Princess Fiona pattern by Amy Miller

Princess Fiona pattern by Amy Miller

Ravelry: Princess Fiona pattern by Amy Miller - simple and elegant mustard knit sweater w/ lace panel on the sides

Здравствуйте всем!  Как-то пришла мне рассылка с сайта вяжи. ру, а там интересный рукав  Описание платное.

Здравствуйте всем! Как-то пришла мне рассылка с сайта вяжи. ру, а там интересный рукав Описание платное.

Have you noticed that k2tog looks neater than ssk? Try this little trick to see if it neatens up your ssk stitches a bit. The traditional ssk: slip as if to knit, slip as if to knit. Place your lef...

A Neater Way to ssk

A neater way to SSK: Slip as if to knit, slip as if to PURL. Place your left needle into the front of the slipped sts and knit them together.

Нарезка из журнала "Кладезь" - Советы мастеров - Natalie Sokolova - Веб-альбомы Picasa

Нарезка из журнала "Кладезь" - Советы мастеров - Natalie Sokolova - Веб-альбомы Picasa

Cotton & Cloud explains how to calculate raglan increases. Lot of maths but great information.

How to Knit Well – Calculating Stitch Increase for Top-Down Raglan Shaping – Knitter’s Simultaneous Equation « Cotton and Cloud

Ravelry: slanted Sleeven cardi pattern by ANKESTRICK.

slanted Sleeven pattern by ANKESTRiCK

Ravelry: slanted Sleeven cardi pattern by ANKESTRICK -- very interesting construction

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