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Weave join. Embed the RIGHT needle from front to once more into the first join on the LEFT needle, holding the RIGHT needle under the LEFT needle ...
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Sewing Basics WT 226 January 2004

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Structure of Knitting Vogue Knitting p. 22

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Stitches and Techniques Cast on Long tail cast on or twofold cast on Others single, sewing on, link, tubular, undetectable, open, picot, Guernsey, chain, …

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Stitches & Techniques (con\'t) Knit line Insert the RIGHT needle from front to once more into the main join on the LEFT needle, holding the RIGHT needle under the LEFT needle and the working yarn toward the BACK of the work Wrap the yarn around the RIGHT needle beginning in the back on the right, coming around to front on the left and afterward over the front of the needle to the right side Slip your RIGHT needle retreat the way it came trying to get the yarn wrap Slide the fasten simply utilized off the LEFT needle

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Stitches and Techniques (con\'t) Purl line Insert the RIGHT needle from back to front into the first on the LEFT needle, keeping the RIGHT needle on top of the LEFT needle and the working yarn toward the FRONT of the work Wrap the yarn around the RIGHT needle beginning in the FRONT on the privilege, going behind the needle, coming around to front on the left and after that over the front of the needle to the right side Slip your RIGHT needle pull out the way it came trying to get the yarn wrap Slide the line simply utilized off the LEFT needle

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Stiches & Techniques (con\'t) Bind off Basic Knit two lines Insert the left needle into the far right line on the right needle, pull the line over the other line on the right need and drop it off the right needle Others (suspended, diminish, one-more than two, single sew, ...)

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Stitches & Techniques (con\'t) Garter line weaving each line or purling each line Stockinette line sew a column, purl a line OR purl a line, sew a line Ribbing even mood of exchanging sew and purl on every line

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Gage 4 1/2 lines/inch and 5 lines/inch Both yarn and needle size influences gage Partial lines important!!!! In a perfect world measure more than 4 inches Easier to conform # of columns than # of lines

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Yarn Bands

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Tools for Knitting Those you require Those you can live without Sharing Vogue Knitting pp. 18-19

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Last Year\'s Projects http://www.depauw.edu/acad/science/bgourley/

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Last Year\'s Participants

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More Great Knitters

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Even More Knitters

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History of Knitting Dated to 1200 to 1500 A.D. Early sewing generally socks & tops Renaisance set up organizations (e.g. seventeenth century)

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Guild Knitter 3 years understudy 3 years as an apprentice Produce felted top, pair of tights (or gloves) w/weaved enhancement, a shirt (or petticoat), and a sewed floor covering 6 feet x 5 feet in 13 weeks Now called an expert knitter

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Types of Knitting Fair Isle Aran Shetland ribbon Scandinavian Lativian Intarsia … .

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