Kids' Knitted Sweaters and More: Over 30 Projects by Cabin Fever Designers
Following their creed of minimal finishing, Deb and Lynda Gemmell and fellow Cabin Fever designers bring you more than 30 delightful fashions for children. Most of the designs are knit in one piece or constructed from one of three different directions. Choose a cozy pullover knit in the round from the bottom up or from the top down. Or choose a cardigan or vest made in one piece, working back and forth on a circular needle. These can also be knitted from the top down with no seams to sew. For something different, work a sweater from each of the cuffs and then join in the middle. There also is a poncho, beaded bag, tunic and hat, hoodie vest, and bare midriff slipover. Your special little ones will love wearing these amazing creations, which are great for experienced as well as beginning knitters.
Kids' Knitted Sweaters & More (Leisure Arts #4399)
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Knitting Basics Terms Page 2
Techniques Knitting in the Round Page 4
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3-Needle Bind back of neck beginning of rnd Break yarn button band buttonholes cast on edge Center Back changing colors crochet hook cuff Decrease Rnd decreasing 1 stitch desired length double pointed needles end of rnd end of row Experience Level eyelash yarn finished measurements Chest fit Child Garter Stitch ridges hood I-cord Increase K2 shapeline cable K2tog knit 1 row Knit every row knit to end knit to last last 2 rows last 5 sts Left Front left needle meters per ball neck edge neckband obtain gauge pattern as set pattern to end pick piece of yarn place marker purl 1 row purl to last Repeat last Repeat Rnds Repeat Rows Right Front right needle safety pin shank buttons shoulder marker sizes To fit Sleeve Length slip marker stitch holder Stockinette Stitch sts evenly Style Notes sweater underarm Worsted Weight Yarn WS facing WS row yoke