By Kunihiko Kasahara
With greater than 250 initiatives of many differing types and degrees of hassle, this bestselling, encyclopedic paintings includes conventional and glossy paper-folding equipment, and comprises folds for the newbie and works calculated to problem the experts.
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Row 54: Change to CC. K12, sl m, k2tog 3 times, k2, k2tog 2 times, sl m, k12 (7 sts between markers). Row 56: K12, sl m, k1, k2tog 3 times, sl m, k12 (4 sts between markers). Row 57: K8, p12, k8. Graft together the 24 stitches on the needle (optional: bind off and sew the seam together) and sew together the seam at the start of the work (optional: graft it together if you used a provisional cast-on). If you are feeling particularly clever, graft so that the garter border KNIT KNIT REVOLUTION 23 Figure 8.
Then, turn the work around to purl. – Japanese short rows: Knit an additional stitch, slip the knit stitch back, turn the work around to purl, and place a locking stitch marker on the yarn between the slipped-back stitch and the next stitch to be worked. – Priscilla Wild’s no-fuss no-muss short rows: Simply turn the work and slip instead of creating the first worked stitch. Additionally, an ambidextrous knitter usually does not turn the work to purl, but simply knits in the opposite direction. To accommodate all varieties of short rowing, we will write reverse direction as a signal that the knitter should do whatever she prefers for her short rows at that point.
Interweave Press, Loveland, CO, 1998. A. ” AT&T Labs Research. com/∼njas/sequences/, 2010.  Zimmermann, Elizabeth. Elizabeth Zimmermann’s Knitters Almanac: Projects for Each Month of the Year. Dover Publications, Toronto, 1981. KNIT KNIT REVOLUTION 27 CHAPTER 2 generalized helix striping SARAH-MARIE BELCASTRO 1 Overview Knitters have many ways to vary color in a project. The simplest (from the point of view of the knitter) involve using yarn that varies in color. One can acquire yarn with several shades of the same color, or with several colors, or even several shades of several colors.