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alternately amber arm-hole BERLIN WOOL bring the thread bring the wool broad stripe cast the wool colour commence crease crimson decrease decreasing one stitch eight plain eight stitches finish five plain four beads four plain four stitches Fourth increasing one stitch join K four K six K three knit five knit four knit one plain knit plain knit six knit the last knit three plain knit two plain loops mesh needle,—knit needle,—pearl needle,—slip nine plain number of stitches pass a bead pass the silk pass the slipt pattern pearl back pearl three pink plain stitches PURSE TWIST repeat round,—K row,—eight plain row,—knit row,—three plain row,—two scarlet side six plain six stitches slip slipt stitch STEEL PINS stitches left thirty stitches thread forward three beads three blue three plain rows three stitches twelve rows twelve stitches Twenty-ninth wool back wool forward wool in front wool round WOOL.—No
Page 153 - ... as in common netting; the next stitch to be worked, is a very small loop, appearing like a loose knot on the side of the twisted stitch ; it is the loose part of the second loop that was twisted through the first. Always bear in mind to begin every alternate twisted row with a plain stitch, in order to give it a proper position. Jht»«.
Page 28 - B, P3, do. do. Repeat in this way, increasing every third row, till you have nineteen open stitches for each side of the thumb ; lift all the plain stitches on to a piece of thread, and continue to work the centre of Mitten, still with fawn, eighteen rows of mitten stitch and twenty rows of blue ; cast off that part.
Page 91 - ... pin it out on a sheet exactly square, and if the shawl be of a fine texture it should be lightly sewed down to the sheet by the top of the fringe to prevent it running up; then go over the whole...
Page 55 - Cast on thirty-seven stitches with sixthread fleecy wool, work a straight piece about half a yard long, sew or knit...
Page 40 - Cast on one hundred and thirty stitches ; knit two needles of each shade, from dark to light, and from light to dark...
Page 28 - Forty-ninth row, — one pearl, five plain, one pearl, three plain, two pearl ; repeat in this way, increasing every third row, till you have nineteen open stitches for each side of the thumb. Take all the plain stitches on to a piece of thread, and continue to work the centre the mitten with fawn for eighteen rows, .^ njvwj'.A jyyyvwv...