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Knitting - Excellent Excellent Excellent! Phone Case Knitting Pattern explaining…

Knitting - Excellent Excellent Excellent! Phone Case Knitting Pattern explaining…

#Knitting #Tutorial - "Corrugated Knitting Tutorial - less elastic than regular knitting, but Oh, What Visual Dynamite! There are many ways to vary this - plus - it's perfect for knitting in the round."

#Knitting #Tutorial - "Corrugated Knitting Tutorial - less elastic than regular knitting, but Oh, What Visual Dynamite! There are many ways to vary this - plus - it's perfect for knitting in the round."

DIY Knitting Slippers DIY Projects / UsefulDIY.com

DIY Knitting Slippers DIY Projects / UsefulDIY.com

How to Do a Basket Weave Stitch in Knitting

How to Do a Basket Weave Stitch in Knitting

knitted tulips free pattern

knitted tulips free pattern

Felted nesting bowls by alicethelma, via Flickr

Felted nesting bowls by alicethelma, via Flickr

Tricksy Knitter - Knitting Techniques: Stranded Colorwork

Tricksy Knitter - Knitting Techniques: Stranded Colorwork

@Jennifer Crowder, these are so cute! you could really get into these! this lady creates her own patterns and stiches. Ravelry: The Paiyton Cloche' pattern by Heidi May

Paiyton Cloche' pattern by Heidi May

@Jennifer Crowder, these are so cute! you could really get into these! this lady creates her own patterns and stiches. Ravelry: The Paiyton Cloche' pattern by Heidi May

I'm Lichen This Hat Balls to the Walls Knits, A collection of free one- and two- skein knitting patterns

I'm Lichen This Hat Balls to the Walls Knits, A collection of free one- and two- skein knitting patterns

Bee Stitch = The Bee Stitch is a multiple of 2 stitches plus 1 over 4 rows. It is made by “knitting 1 below (K1b)” and you need to have an odd number of stitches. Row 1: Knit Row 2: (Right Side): *(K1, K1b); Repeat from * across to last stitch K1. Row 3: Knit Row 4: *(K1b, K1); repeat from * across to last stitch, K1b.

Bee Stitch = The Bee Stitch is a multiple of 2 stitches plus 1 over 4 rows. It is made by “knitting 1 below (K1b)” and you need to have an odd number of stitches. Row 1: Knit Row 2: (Right Side): *(K1, K1b); Repeat from * across to last stitch K1. Row 3: Knit Row 4: *(K1b, K1); repeat from * across to last stitch, K1b.

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