Monthly Archives: March 2016

More Cracking the Code: Maintaining the Pattern by Power Johnson Kathleen

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When you see words like “maintaining the pattern as established”, it really means, “Gee, it would take pages and pages to tell you what you need to continue to do, so would you mind figuring it out for yourself, based … Continue reading

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A Noteworthy Technique: Working in Rounds by Kathy Wesley

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HERE ARE SOME SPECIAL TIPS FOR WORKING YOUR PROJECT IN ROUNDS! When it comes to hats, socks, or shrugs, it’s often simpler to just work on circular or double-pointed needles and avoid sewing a seam. Many garments are worked on … Continue reading

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