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How to weave a three-dimensional and neat 1x1 rib by Midori Hirose

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How to weave a three-dimensional and neat 1x1 rib by Midori Hirose

How to Knit a Three-Dimensional and Neat 1x1 Rib by Midori Hirose 2/6 Updated Fabricology / tingknitting For rib knitting, the principle of different needle widths is explained, and there is also the owner's latest work - Eun Sweater's beautiful photo demonstration 🥰 Yo (https://bit.ly/3YuJxFR) Rib, also known as rib needle or elastic needle, is made of the lower needle (knit, k) and the upper needle ( purl, p) is composed of alternate knitting, if 1 lower needle and 1 upper needle are alternately knitted, it is called 1x1 rib (k1, p1), if 2 lower needles and 2 upper needles are alternately knitted, it is 2x2 rib (k

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Forest keys vest by Teti Lutsak

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Forest keys vest by Teti Lutsak

"Forest keys vest by Teti Lutsak" A vest that I started knitting this summer I like her name Forest Keys uses Xolla wool's little shepherd, the effect of colorwork knitting is beautiful, and even the back crossing line is beautiful I thought it would be done soon I didn't expect it to be stuck in the intarsia loop I really don't like to pull a piece of thread out first, then weave the pattern, and then adjust the texture tightness, which feels very annoying I saw a weaver sharing on YouTube how to weave without pulling the thread first, and try hard to try the effect Weaving: https://www.ravelry.com/patt

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【Knitting Chat】About the maintenance and cleaning of wool hand-knitted garments-2 Tragic example 1

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【Knitting Chat】About the maintenance and cleaning of wool hand-knitted garments-2 Tragic example 1

"Let's talk about knitting two or three things- about the maintenance and cleaning of wool hand-knitted clothing- 2 painful example 1" The previous article will share with you some of the little tips for the maintenance and cleaning of wool hand-knitted fabrics, thank you for not complaining about my logic, I have looked back and read it many times, there are actually breakpoints in the layout, some explanations seem to be unfinished, unclear... Next, I will slowly talk about these places in a few articles :) — The previous article talked about basic maintenance and cleaning, and this article will immediately illustrate the painful experience of wrong cleaning: The first appearance "Haruno's shawl"... You read that right, I washed the shawl that I just finished this year (super sad), and I paid attention to all the cleaning (in the past, there were too many cases of misplacing lotion in the case of drowsiness.)

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【Knitting chat】Maintenance and cleaning of wool hand-knitted garments - 1

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【Knitting chat】Maintenance and cleaning of wool hand-knitted garments - 1

"Let's talk about knitting two or three things- about the maintenance and cleaning of wool hand-knitted clothing- 1" With more and more knitting and touching yarns, I can finally share a little experience on this topic. (The following is for easy explanation, first use wool as a pronoun) Before talking about the maintenance and cleaning of woolen clothing, let's first understand the structure of animal fibers. Animal fibres such as wool, alpaca and silk are mainly made up of protein, while hairy fibres are covered with cuticles. These cuticles are the main causes of wool elasticity, moisture absorption and warmth, itching and easy felting. These characteristics of wool have led to the development of superwash treatment in the textile industry. The so-called ultra-wash, is a way of treating the cuticles with chemicals that will make wool fibers

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【Work Sharing - Kids Edition Column Pullover】

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【Work Sharing - Kids Edition Column Pullover】

"Work Sharing - Kid's Edition Column Pullover" I wonder if there is anyone like me who is fascinated by knitting children's clothes? Since the end of last year, the whole devotion has almost forgotten about himself and this dad's sweater of the year... Children grow up very quickly, maybe there is still room for clothes to wear this year, and next year it will be so tight that it can't be stuffed, and the clothes will always have to be deployed in advance to buy a few sizes larger. But knowing this, I couldn't help but want to knit clothes for the female goose by hand. I like the sense of anticipation when I knit. Imagine how cute she looks when she wears it, the stinky fart with a smug smile, and her exclamations of "wow~" from time to time! Last year, this year's cold winter, let me knit her sweater, and even see my favorite knitting,

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