K1, p1, k1 in one stitch, or p1, k1, p1 in one stitch, a tutorial

I’ve been comparing centered double increases, and putting up tutorials on how to work them.  So far I’ve written a second post about increases, because I forgot some, but Naomi reminded me, and a tutorial for K1, kb, pick up the stitch Continue reading K1, p1, k1 in one stitch, or p1, k1, p1 in one stitch, a tutorial

Miniture Herringbone Stitch – an introduction

I became intrigued by the Miniature Herringbone Stitch during Christmas of 1990. I’d never seen it in a magazine pattern but I was sure that I would knit my new yarn in it. By the time I knew why this Continue reading Miniture Herringbone Stitch – an introduction

Capping a Ring Cable with Barbara G. Walker’s 5 in 1 decrease

Ring cables look like they are joining up at top and bottom by combining increases and decreases with cables worked at a steep rate and on wrong side rows.  To start one off, you use a Christmas Tree Increase, either Continue reading Capping a Ring Cable with Barbara G. Walker’s 5 in 1 decrease