By JAN EATON
Создавайте красивые вязаные полотна с разноцветными зигзагами и эффектными остроконечными краями, которые идеально подходят для афганов, детских одеял и даже для панно. Эта удобная в работе книга включает two hundred красочных образцов с эффектом «зигзаг» для вязания крючком и на спицах, с использованием разнообразных техник вязания, от традиционных шотландских мотивов до современных текстурированных образцов.
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My concern is that the same quality that makes the superwash all stretchy when wet—this slipperiness—is going to mean that it’s likely to unravel. Part of what makes cut-and-sew with ordinary wool not so scary is that the wool holds onto itself. This (insert expletive of your choice here) yarn is not going to do this … right? So what if I sew, serge, whatever, down the sides and I miss one little strand and the whole thing just … well… imagine the horror! Ken and I would never recover. Professional help, that’s what we’d need.
I like the moment when the yarn tells you what it would like to be. I like getting past the first little bit of the knitting, to the point when I can see the pattern develop and start getting a sense of what I’m making. I like how much knitting is like a magic trick. You have string and sticks; you wave your hands about, and there you have it—a sweater, a sock, warm mittens, a blanket, a shawl. I admit that it can be slow magic. Sometimes you have to wave your hands around for a really, really long time.
In a fit of neurotic panic, I decided not only to run two rows of stitching one stitch apart, but also to serge down the side. ) Overkill, you say? I think not. The die was cast: Mine would be the hand of death. I sat at the sewing machine and launched in. —and ran down the sides twice. That done, I took out the serger, threaded the temperamental thing, and raised the sweater. Suddenly, with no warning, I lost it. A fit of nervous laughter overcame me. Ken, hovering and looking pale, announced a sudden need for the bathroom and took off.
200 ripple stitch patterns by JAN EATON