I introduced the Short Row Slide idea in this post, it’s a way of making a column of ribbing look as if it were sliding horizontally. The individual slides are all explained with written instructions and charts in the (soon Continue reading Short Row slides in Garter Stitch
The White Oak leaf pleased me. The maple leaf (I’m not sure if it’s original was Norway or Sugar, you are supposed to be able to tell by the length of the lower fingers, but mine had crumbled it was Continue reading Fibonacci Sequence to the rescue
New technique from Wendy at YARNSUB about a SSK substitute without the stair step pixelation. Ann Kingstone’s plan to tilt a leaf motif in an upcoming tree sweater – the same plan I have (eventually) for my leaf sweater. WEBS Continue reading Lovely Links
Iteration 14 – I think I’ve got it. I’ve got the designer’s equivalent of a reader who finishes a good book and feels blue. Now what? I sure miss the characters. Sure, I want to work on the sugar maple Continue reading White Oak Leaf
I’m so excited about Short Row Slides – using internal short rows to increase on one side of a set of stitches, and decrease on the other, so the stitch set slides horizontally, but the total number of stitches is conserved. Continue reading Short Row Slides and pattern progress
Naomi picked up my challenge to make increases out of the Bunny Ears decreases, and we have lots of symmetry options! The photo sample for illicium spend the last two weeks at WEBS. I almost drove the 2 hours to Continue reading Naomi’s 2-to-3 increases! illicium travels!
I’ve been on a Quynn kick lately, I made one hat for my Mom, only to find that no, taking a photo of her new coat to the yarn store would not help me match it, but the hat matched Matthew’s Continue reading Making the Stitch Markers Talk to me.
I started a motif challenge with pictorial motifs, chose an illustration, made a rough draft of it, a second draft, and a third draft. Then I let it set for a while as I worked on submission swatches. (Literally, it’s in a Continue reading Motif Challenge 5: Final Twist Owl
Note from 7/5/17 I wanted to edge a swatch with the single picot selvage, only to find that it had too many decreases! I’ve updated the goof today, sorry for that! I’ve explored Mary Thomas’ picot cast on, my version Continue reading Making a selvage like Mary Thomas’ picot cast on
Note: I was playing blog chicken by having a post in schedule, but it didn’t have photos in it, and I set it for a Thursday not a Friday. I’m sorry, this really did need photos. I think I have Continue reading Introducing a Bind off like Mary Thomas’ Picot Cast on