So far in our series on grafting lace edgings, we’ve covered how to create: • a picot selvedge • a slip stitch selvedge at the beginning of a row • twisted stitches • single and double yarnovers • single and double decreases The sixth edging in our series on grafting lace edgings is another garter-stitch-based […]

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So far in our series on grafting lace edgings, we’ve covered how to create: •  a picot selvedge •  a slip stitch selvedge at the beginning of a row •  twisted stitches •  single and double yarnovers •  single and double decreases The fifth edging in our series on grafting lace edgings is another garter-stitch-based […]

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So far in our series on grafting lace edgings, we’ve covered how to create: A picot selvedge A slip stitch selvedge at the beginning of a row Twisted stitches Yarnovers Single and double decreases The fourth edging in our series is another garter-stitch-based edging with yarnovers and decreases worked only on right-side rows. In addition […]

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Take a look at the introduction to this series, in addition to the blog depicting Edging Pattern 1, to get the full story on grafting lace edgings! The second edging in our series on grafting lace edgings is a stockinette-stitch-based edging with a slip-stitch selvedge at the right-hand side and a garter-stitch selvedge at the left-hand side. […]

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The Handmade Life: Seven Ways to Knit a Leaf

From delicate fern leaves to the emblem of autumn—the maple leaf—leaf motifs abound in knitting. They can be found in almost every conceivable type of knitted garment, from shawls and scarves to sweaters, hats, and mittens. Why are leaf motifs so popular? For one thing, they are beautiful and connect us with our natural surroundings. […]

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Did you catch the introduction to this series on grafting lace edgings? Don’t forget to read that information prior to jumping into the below. The first edging in our series on grafting lace edgings is a simple, garter-stitch-based edging with a picot selvedge at the right-hand side.   The lace pattern is two-sided, which means […]

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One of the last steps for many projects involves joining the end of a lace edging to its cast-on row. This includes projects such as shawls, stoles, baby blankets, or doilies with a center rectangle or circle and an edging that’s worked around the perimeter of the main piece. It’s also true for sweaters, skirts, […]

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