200 knitted blocks: traditional and contemporary designs to by Jan Eaton
By Jan Eaton
Create stunning afghans and components with 2 hundred knitted blocks to mix'n'match! A kaleidoscope of colourful modern and conventional designs diversity from effortless to advanced.
· Knit two hundred blocks, from easy knit-and-purl styles to cable, lace, and bobble blocks
· mix blocks in any association; all blocks will end to an analogous measurement whilst labored within the comparable yarn weight
· end any undertaking popular with styles for fringes, ruffles, and different ornamental edgings
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Row 1: *K2. P2; Repeat from * to end of row. Row 2: As Row 1. Row 3: *P2. K2; Rep from * to end of row. Row 4: As Row 3. Rep Rows 1 to 4. ). Row 1: *K1. P1; Repeat from * to end of row. Row 2: As Row 1. Row 3: *P1. K1; Rep from * to end of row. Row 4: As Row 3. Rep Rows 1 to 4. ), plus 1 stitch. Row 1 (RS): P1. *K3. P1; Repeat from * to end of row. Row 2 and all wrong-side (WS) rows: Purl. Row 3: Knit. Row 5: K2. P1. *K3. P1; Rep from * to last 2 sts, K2. Row 7: Knit. Row 8: Purl. Rep Rows 1 to 8.
Straight Pins Cable needles are pointed at both ends and are used to hold stitches when working with cables. For information on creating cables, see page 124. Point protectors are small rubber caps you put on the pointed ends of your needles when they are not in use. They help keep stitches from coming off needles when you put away or transport your work. Bobbins Project Bag When knitting with multiple colors, you can avoid tangles by wrapping small lengths of yarn around plastic bobbins and working from the bobbin instead of a whole ball of yarn.
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