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By Carol Sulcoski

Handpainted sock yarns have captured the hearts of numerous knitters. colourful sock yarns are little gemstones of the knitting universe, supplying hours of knitting bliss that lead to a sumptuous home made merchandise. writer Carol Sulcoski, proprietor of Black Bunny Fibers, a well-liked indie fiber sock yarn resource, delves into the secret of the handpainted sock yarn and reveals its secrets and techniques, explains the best way to make the simplest of those much-loved yarns, and exhibits easy methods to knit with luck with 20 new styles designed simply with those yarns in mind.

Knitters fight with handpainted yarns. How do you layout initiatives with them as opposed to different varieties of yarns? How do you stay away from the pitfalls of pooling and splotching? How do you mix multicolored handpaints with different sorts of yarns? Knitting Socks with Handpainted Yarn is designed to supply sock knitters with technical suggestions so those magnificent yarns can be utilized to their top virtue, explaining the diversities among several types of handpainted yarn and displaying the way to steer clear of bad results. Combining her handdyeing and knitwear designing wisdom, Carol stocks options and how to aid each sock knitter end up amazing sneakers. enjoyable, unique sock styles from various participants illustrate those suggestions. The styles could be written for widely-available handdyed yarns in order that readers can get a similar effects, yet readers also will learn how to determine styles for his or her distinct yarns.

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568 The netting thread being : between the foundation threads, bring it out to the right under the right thread, and put the netting needle in between the two foundation threads, and over the right one. To make a Half Loop on the left thread, as shown in rig. 569 Fig. 567. Knot Wore— GEiiCiAw Patteen. : The netting thread being in the centre, between the foundation threads, bring it out to the left, and put it over the left foundation thread and back into the centre. The combination of these two stitches make the Whole Loop, which work thus Lay the end of the thi'ead wound on the netting needle on the foundation, hold it with the left hand thumb, pass the netting needle : Knot Work.

Here. made like the outside knots in the the knots are finished, keep the work on the pins, and make the four-armed and eight-armed Wheels with silk, and make the crosses in Genoa Theee Thread Stitch, as in Guipure d'Aet. Commence these crosses at a for the laid threads, but commence to cover the threads at b, work to the centre of the cross, then throw the side arms out and work them over, and finish off at a. The pattern shown in worked with the material it Fig. 566 is is intended to be to i'>rnament as a fouuda- Knotting.

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