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 Forum: How-to Questions 12-09-2013, 05:48 AM Replies: 9 Views: 192 Posted By Dclutterchique I'll be honest, I haven't tried Tygah's method... I'll be honest, I haven't tried Tygah's method for changing colours in ribbing. As I implied my previous post, I don't think colour changes in 1x1 rib are too bad. Obviously, something worked in,...
 Forum: How-to Questions 12-08-2013, 06:25 AM Replies: 9 Views: 192 Posted By Dclutterchique If you work in 1x1 rib the purl bump changes... If you work in 1x1 rib the purl bump changes shouldn't be too bad. Or you may like to try this method (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=81Vv-VNchRA) to see if it makes the changes less noticable. If...
 Forum: How-to Questions 12-04-2013, 03:42 PM Replies: 11 Views: 222 Posted By Dclutterchique Your post made sense to me, but the decrease... Your post made sense to me, but the decrease instructions are easy to miss, as proved by butlersabroad (and, @butlersabroad, you don't miss much). So I thought a little more detail could be...
 Forum: How-to Questions 12-04-2013, 05:52 AM Replies: 2 Views: 120 Posted By Dclutterchique Hello Julie, and welcome to knittinghelp. I... Hello Julie, and welcome to knittinghelp. I think there's two reasons you've got a loopy cast on. First, you properbly doing the Knitting On Cast On, which naturally tends to be a bit loopy. ...
 Forum: How-to Questions 12-04-2013, 05:39 AM Replies: 11 Views: 222 Posted By Dclutterchique They do say how to decrease, it's just a couple... They do say how to decrease, it's just a couple of paragraphs back in the pattern. To expand on knitcindy's post: In the section headed Shape Raglans: they give the instruction [Next Row:K5....
 Forum: How-to Questions 12-01-2013, 09:51 AM Replies: 7 Views: 160 Posted By Dclutterchique I'm happy the pattern's now working out for you. ... I'm happy the pattern's now working out for you. I'm always pleased when a knitter is rescued from a pattern error - especially one that nearly made them 'throw in the yarn'.
 Forum: How-to Questions 12-01-2013, 09:30 AM Replies: 11 Views: 266 Posted By Dclutterchique Yes, 20 rows, or approximately 2 inches, will be... Yes, 20 rows, or approximately 2 inches, will be better for doing a test swatch. Why 1 swatch for 1 cast on? Becasue DogCatMom made the not unresonable presumption that the swatches would be worked...
 Forum: How-to Questions 11-30-2013, 05:50 PM Replies: 11 Views: 266 Posted By Dclutterchique Yes, they're all real cast ons. In fact, of troy... Yes, they're all real cast ons. In fact, of troy - our resident Cast On Queen will tell you that list is only scratching the surface, as she is now up to 50 or 60 COs. Here's the link...
 Forum: How-to Questions 11-30-2013, 05:44 PM Replies: 11 Views: 266 Posted By Dclutterchique I can't give an opinion on which of the cast ons... I can't give an opinion on which of the cast ons is stretchiest, but to answer your 2nd question, no you don't need instructions for each of them. If you want to learn them all, that's ok, if you...
 Forum: How-to Questions 11-30-2013, 04:55 PM Replies: 7 Views: 160 Posted By Dclutterchique That's got to be an error in the instructions. ... That's got to be an error in the instructions. It must be "rib to 2 stitches before the marker ..." to work out correctly.
 Forum: How-to Questions 11-29-2013, 03:51 PM Replies: 5 Views: 158 Posted By Dclutterchique According to Knittingfool.com, it's a variation... According to Knittingfool.com, it's a variation on Sand Stitch (http://www.knittingfool.com/StitchIndex/StitchDetail.aspx?StitchID=180).
 Forum: General Knitting 11-24-2013, 01:50 PM Replies: 4 Views: 277 Posted By Dclutterchique You will be decreasing at the start and finish of... You will be decreasing at the start and finish of your decrease rows.
 Forum: Pattern Central 11-23-2013, 06:21 AM Replies: 4 Views: 187 Posted By Dclutterchique I'm wondering if 42" for a jumper for a 14-16y/o... I'm wondering if 42" for a jumper for a 14-16y/o is correct. I assume that 42" is the bust/chest measurement of the finished jumper. The reason I ask is because a UK size 10 is approx 34" bust...
 Forum: The Lounge 11-15-2013, 07:15 AM Replies: 13 Views: 397 Posted By Dclutterchique Oh, I just remembered! You'll need to get either... Oh, I just remembered! You'll need to get either GF stuffing for the turkey for Thanksgiving, or cook the regular stuffing in a seperate dish to the bird and serve it (the stuffing) to everyone else.
 Forum: The Lounge 11-15-2013, 07:00 AM Replies: 13 Views: 397 Posted By Dclutterchique I'm not on a GF diet, but my mother is a dianosed... I'm not on a GF diet, but my mother is a dianosed coeliac (or celiac to give the US spelling) and has to follow a GF diet. I totally suport GG's statement to read labels carefully. It's not always...
 Forum: How-to Questions 11-14-2013, 01:07 PM Replies: 3 Views: 224 Posted By Dclutterchique Hello Debbie. When knitting in the round the... Hello Debbie. When knitting in the round the convention is to have the tips of the (working) needles towards you, not away from you. Think of this another way. When you look at your knitting from...
 Forum: Pattern Central 11-12-2013, 11:21 AM Replies: 2 Views: 258 Posted By Dclutterchique I'm wondering if it might be plaited (or... I'm wondering if it might be plaited (or braided), with each strand of fringing being a 3-strand plait and the body of the scarf being done in either 4 or 5-strand plaits to link the fringing into...
 Forum: How-to Questions 11-10-2013, 02:22 PM Replies: 3 Views: 170 Posted By Dclutterchique :aww: :aww:
 Forum: How-to Questions 11-10-2013, 12:50 PM Replies: 3 Views: 170 Posted By Dclutterchique Hello, Voteary and welcome to knitting... Hello, Voteary and welcome to knitting help. You're right, one cant p3tog without decreasing. However, the (k1 p1 k1) all in next stitch will counterbalance this and get your stitich count back to...
 Forum: How-to Questions 11-07-2013, 07:16 AM Replies: 22 Views: 564 Posted By Dclutterchique Yes, it's true that when knitting left handed one... Yes, it's true that when knitting left handed one holds the yarn in one's left hand when working English Style and in one's right hand when working Continental Style, while working the stitches from...
 Forum: How-to Questions 11-04-2013, 07:16 AM Replies: 2 Views: 156 Posted By Dclutterchique Hello, Charlie. I think the 'ball' of the tassel... Hello, Charlie. I think the 'ball' of the tassel is either macrame or crochet. My sister makes tassels, so I've emailed her for some advice. As she's very busy as the moment, it may be a while...
 Forum: How-to Questions 10-29-2013, 11:56 AM Replies: 3 Views: 186 Posted By Dclutterchique Hello Rosemarie. When the instructions say Patt... Hello Rosemarie. When the instructions say Patt N they want you to work that number of stitches in the established or prescribed pattern. When it says PattNtog use the latter stitch (of your...
 Forum: How-to Questions 10-24-2013, 04:03 PM Replies: 7 Views: 218 Posted By Dclutterchique You will use the rows in bold for most of the... You will use the rows in bold for most of the time with the italic part for the increase rows and the underlined part for the Cables. Jusr remember that the sl1, kx, p2, k8, p2, kx or sl1, px, k2,...
 Forum: General Knitting 10-23-2013, 08:36 AM Replies: 8 Views: 625 Posted By Dclutterchique I was going to sugest you either look back... I was going to sugest you either look back through your browsing history (if you haven't cleared it) to see if anything rings any bells or visit your local shoe repairer to see if they can help. But...
 Forum: General Knitting 10-23-2013, 08:24 AM Replies: 16 Views: 829 Posted By Dclutterchique Hello, KathyW, and welcome! Yes, I do think it... Hello, KathyW, and welcome! Yes, I do think it can be possible to take up knitting after a break of 20+ years. It sounds as if you did quite a bit of knitting and crochet too, since you took that...
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