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hello everyone, I am starting a grahghan and need some help. I have found out how to make a swatch and figure out my guage but i am having problems with the picture i want to use. i have tried to use knitpro but no matter what i do the picture is very blurry. so then i tried stitch fiddle and the picture seems to big and very pix-elated. below is the picture that i would like to use. The throw measurements are 48x48. using my swatch 4sts= 1in. i figured i need 192 boxes to gain the width that i would like.So on top of all that i could also use some advise on how to figure out the height a
Our new mascots, Gauge and Swatch, had a fabulous time at their first STITCHES East Knit and Crochet Show. Watch this short video and see all the trouble they caused and the crochet celebrities they got to meet.
I hope this is the right place to post this. Recently, while playing around with slip stitch crochet, I came up with a new stitch and thought I'd share. I also came up with a stitch pattern using that stitch that, to me, looks quite a bit like sideways stockinette stitch. Here's my swatch: [attach]49368[/attach] This is how the stitch is made: Yarn over, insert hook, draw through a loop, then (without yarning over again) draw through the remaining two loops on the hook. It makes kind of a bump on the front side and a diagonal line on the other. It's about the same height as a sing
Blog! Helpful Hint #10 - Using your sleeve as your gauge swatch: http://wildknitter.blogspot.com/2011/07/helpful-hint-10-your-sleeve-as-your.html