24-Hour Knitting Projects
Take out the knitting needles today; wear a new shirt, shawl, or sweater tomorrow. These fashion-conscious projects will appeal to beginners eager to see results, and looking for something quick and stylish to create. The instructions make it easy to work each garment and accessory, and they give uncertain knitters confidence. But even those with more advanced skill will find they simply can’t resist whipping up every fantastic item, such as a cute little crop top with fringe around the neckline and a tie around the bottom. Other irresistible options include a silver blouse and stole, vests, purses, hats (one in red for the Red Hat Ladies), and an afghan. Knitters from outside the U.S. will also appreciate the handy conversion table.
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These pattern books of quick-to-crochet and quick-to-knit projects include a variety of patterns for garments, accessories, and afghans for children and adults. What sets these pattern collections ... Read full review
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armhole beads Bind Body Cable Cast Chest circular knitting Color Continue crochet hook Designed by Sandy draw edge end of Row eyelash FINISHING Fold Following fringe front and back held Hold Instructions join K2 tog K2 tog th knit in front knit one row knit to last knitting needles knot Large last 2 stS last St leaving left front left needle length loop loosely mark markers MATERIALS means Medium NECKLINE SHAPING Note º º once patt PATTERN APPEARS Photographed model pick piece measures PSSO pull Purl purple Rep Rows required for gauge right front right needle right side right side facing Row 1 right Row 9 Sandy Scoville Scarf shawl sizes slip Small Step Stitch holder Stockinette Stitch knit straight strands strands of yarn sweater trim turn twice variegated Weave in ends Worsted weight yarn wrong side