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Tuch Morlyn Wollmeise Garn

Tuch Morlyn Wollmeise Garn

Breien. Dit vest is gemaakt met het garen Katia City. Katia BEGINNERS 4 pag 24.jpg

Breien. Dit vest is gemaakt met het garen Katia City. Katia BEGINNERS 4 pag 24.jpg

dull roar: Rip Curl Shawlette by Alex Tinsley is knit in a 4ply fingering yarn and available to purchase for $6.00USD via blog site or Ravelry

dull roar: Rip Curl Shawlette by Alex Tinsley is knit in a 4ply fingering yarn and available to purchase for $6.00USD via blog site or Ravelry

Entrelac Scarf Knitting Pattern | I'm really going to have to read this again (several times) before I get started.

Entrelac Scarf Knitting Pattern | I'm really going to have to read this again (several times) before I get started.

#Knitting_Tutorial - "Rambler Stitch has such great texture! It's a simple Knit 1 Below pattern.Scroll down the page at the link to find the directions." 4U from #KnittingGuru

#Knitting_Tutorial - "Rambler Stitch has such great texture! It's a simple Knit 1 Below pattern.Scroll down the page at the link to find the directions." 4U from #KnittingGuru

Use leftover yarn to make a square and save it. When you have collected enough squares, stitch them together to make a blanket.

Use leftover yarn to make a square and save it. When you have collected enough squares, stitch them together to make a blanket.

Stripes follow a 2,3,5,8 Fibonacci sequence. I chose 4 stripe widths for the 5 yarn sequence to ensure that each colourway was used equally.  I also fiddled with the calculations to find a width sequence that would repeat just about exactly twice - again, making optimal use of limited yardage.   Despite being fingering weight at 7 st/inch, it is proceeding remarkably quickly - I find the smaller hand movements do a great deal to speed up the knitting.

Stripes follow a 2,3,5,8 Fibonacci sequence. I chose 4 stripe widths for the 5 yarn sequence to ensure that each colourway was used equally. I also fiddled with the calculations to find a width sequence that would repeat just about exactly twice - again, making optimal use of limited yardage. Despite being fingering weight at 7 st/inch, it is proceeding remarkably quickly - I find the smaller hand movements do a great deal to speed up the knitting.

Another by belgianwaffleknit on Ravelry--if I were a knitter, I'd start something like this now, for the first cool day of fall.

Another by belgianwaffleknit on Ravelry--if I were a knitter, I'd start something like this now, for the first cool day of fall.

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