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This tutorial is a MUST if you're thinking about adding a zipper to your project. Swedish and English (scroll down) instructions!

This tutorial is a MUST if you're thinking about adding a zipper to your project. Swedish and English (scroll down) instructions!

With an explosion in floral patterns, here is a free chart from our TRENDS: Floral book. This can be 2 or 3 colours that you can customise. Just download

With an explosion in floral patterns, here is a free chart from our TRENDS: Floral book. This can be 2 or 3 colours that you can customise. Just download

Roosa nauha -langasta neulottujen Ingrid-sukkien ohje - Neulonta ja virkkaus - Suuri Käsityö | вязание(жаккард,вышивка) | Постила

вязание(жаккард,вышивка)

Roosa nauha -langasta neulottujen Ingrid-sukkien ohje - Neulonta ja virkkaus - Suuri Käsityö | вязание(жаккард,вышивка) | Постила

Вязание

Вязание

votter hvitt blått

votter hvitt blått

These socks are inspired by old Gotlandic socks with roses and leaves in stranded knitting.

Longing for Gotland pattern by Pia Kammeborn

These socks are inspired by old Gotlandic socks with roses and leaves in stranded knitting.

Ravelry: Selbu-Baaa-Ter pattern by Mary Scott Huff

Ravelry: Selbu-Baaa-Ter pattern by Mary Scott Huff

Vinterblommen mittens by fascine #knit #free_pattern

Vinterblommen mittens by fascine #knit #free_pattern

The body is worked back and forth in one piece on a circular needle to the underarm, then the fronts and back are worked separately to the shoulders. The sleeves are worked flat, and are approximately 4” longer than usual to accommodate a thumb opening. Work the first and last stitches of each row in St st for edge stitches. When decreasing, work k1, ssk at beginning of RS rows and k2tog, k1 at end; work p1, p2tog at beginning of WS rows and ssp, p1 at end.

Erika Cardigan pattern by Michele Rose Orne

The body is worked back and forth in one piece on a circular needle to the underarm, then the fronts and back are worked separately to the shoulders. The sleeves are worked flat, and are approximately 4” longer than usual to accommodate a thumb opening. Work the first and last stitches of each row in St st for edge stitches. When decreasing, work k1, ssk at beginning of RS rows and k2tog, k1 at end; work p1, p2tog at beginning of WS rows and ssp, p1 at end.

Cute cat themed gifts! Love this! Free knitting pattern!

Cute cat themed gifts! Love this! Free knitting pattern!


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