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. services. . . Nor does Knits or Knitting Daily evaluate the advertisers’ claims in any way. . . . . . . page 15 Mags Kandis . . . . .Knitting Accessories: 7 FreE Patterns for Knitted Accessories and you’ll want to knit a pair for everyone in your family. . . . KNITTING DAILY  Knitting Needle Knitting Bag  3 Folksy Headbands  4 Cathy Carron. . . . therefore. . . . . . . . . . easy knit Kathleen Cubley Editor. . Mags Kandis worked this wrap square by square in the easy and satisfying mitered-square method of color knitting. . . page 11 C r e ati v e s e r v i c e s PRODUCTION Designer  photography  Janice Tapia As Credited Illustration  Gayle Ford Flip-Top Mittens  5 Bevy of Bangles  6 Crumpet Beret  7 Kristin Nicholas. . . page 20 Glossary . . . . these bangles are silent! The Crumpet Beret by Maura Kirk and Fairmount Fibers is one-skein wonder that’s also interesting to knit. . | All rights reserved | F+W Media grants permission for any or all pages in this issue to be copied for personal use | www. . . Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 4 KNITTING Accessories: 7 FREE PATTERNS FOR KNITTed ACCESSORIES A Knitting Daily eBook edited by Kathleen Cubley E d it o r ia l Staff Editor. Rather than binding off. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . whose cigar shape was inspired by a bag she saw in a catalog. . . . and views ­advertised in Knits or Knitting Daily. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I like to have an accessory project on the needles all the time so I can take a break from sweater knitting sometimes. . . . . . . . Knit just one or all three! These headbands make a warm addition to your wardrobe or the perfect gift. . . . . . . . . . . . she placed the live stitches on wooden knitting needles. . . . . . or views advertised ­ in this publication. . . . . . . clunk that almost always accompanies them. . . or endorse any of the advertisers. . . . . Debbie worked a duplicatestitch snowflake motif on the hand. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Debbie Bliss’s Flip-Top Mittens are worked in cashmere. . . . . . . . . . . . . Knitting ACCESSORIES: 7 Free Patterns for Knitted Accessories. . . and these small projects will help you practice your skills on a small scale. page 9 Kathleen Cubley Pam Allen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . and applied a little superglue. . . she made them convertible—a flip of the top exposes the fingers. . . . use your own judgment in e ­ valu­ ating the advertisers. . . . page 22 ©F+W Media. . . . . products. . . . . .knittingdaily. . . . . bold bracelets and her loathing of the clang. . . . . . . . . . . . . Wrapped in beautiful cotton yarn. . . . . .com Modern Quilt Wrap 1  Ribby Slipper Socks  2 Mags Kandis . I hope this collection of free accessory knitting patterns will keep you busy! Cheers. . . . . . . Debbie Bliss. . . . . . services. . Pam Allen indulged her fondness for the berry stitch in the Knitting Needle Knitting Bag. This is the perfect gift accessory. . . . page 13 Projects and information are for inspiration and p ­ ersonal use only. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mag’s Kandis’ Bevy of Bangles came from her love of big. . . . . . . . . . . perhaps challenging yourself a little here and there! What could be more comforting than being wrapped up in the warmth of a colorful quilt? In the Modern Quilt Wrap. . . . approve. . . . They’re a quick. . . . . . . . . . . clang. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kristin Nicholas’s Folksy Headbands are colorful and unique. . . . . These knit slippers are warm and cozy. them more functional.com 3 . . . . . . . . . . . KnittingDaily. . . . . . and to make Welcome to our new free eBook. . . . . . . . . . . . . if you can bring yourself to give them away! A pair of frosty-weather mittens in cool blues is just the project to get you started on your winter knitting. . . . . . . . products. . . . . . . . . . . page 18 Maura Kirk. You should. very loosely based on the traditional Log Cabin quilt block. . . . . . . . . . . . . Cathy Carron designed her Ribby Slipper Socks with an interesting construction and with chunky yarn. . . . . . . . . . . . Interweave Knits and Knitting Daily do not recommend. . . . . squished them together to form soft gathers. . . . . .

Shown here: Rowan Kidsilk Haze (70% super kid mohair. F). Finished Size: Modern Quilt Wrap by mags kandis Originally published in Folk Style Interweave 2007 ©F+W Media. 230 yd [210 m]/25 g): #597 jelly (lime green. both after blocking. H). #583 blushes (rose. Inc.5 mm).Knitting Accessories: 7 Free Patterns for Knitted Accessories CAROL KAPLAN About 161⁄2" (42 cm) wide and 66" (168 cm) long. C). E). | All rights reserved | F+W Media grants permission for any or all pages in this issue to be copied for personal use | www. and #588 drab (grey. #581 meadow (pale blue. #595 liqueur (dark red. large square measures 51⁄2" (14 cm) square. 30% silk.knittingdaily. Gauge: Small square measures 23⁄4" (7 cm) square. Needles: Size 7 (4. #596 marmalade (orange. #600 dewberry (lavender.com 4 . I). tapestry needle. G). Notions: Marker (m). B). 1 ball each. A). #582 trance (medium blue. D). after blocking. Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge. Yarn: Sportweight (#2 Fine). Note: a 16" (40 cm) bamboo circular needle is recommended. #578 swish (gold.

pm. then pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced across first half of top edge of Block 5—24 sts total. CO 24 sts. 4 sts rem after completing Row 20. Work Large Square. and Rows 34–46 with B. and Rows 12–22 with A. k2tog tbl—2 sts rem. Row 22: K2tog. Block 8 With E. pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced across top of Block 1. Work Small Square. Inc. working Rows 1–5 with F. then pick up and knit 24 sts evenly spaced along right side of Block 5—48 sts total. Use left needle tip to lift second st on right needle over the first as if to BO—1 st. then 12 sts evenly spaced along right side of Block 3—24 sts total. draw tail through rem st. Work Small Square. working Rows 1–9 with I. k12. working Rows 1–9 with A and Rows 10–22 with B. knit to end—2 sts dec’d. Rows 6–15 with B. Work Small Square. Work Large Square. pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced across top of Block 2. and Rows 12–22 with D. Rows 8–13 with A. Block 5 spaced along left side of Block 8. Use left needle tip to lift second st on right needle over the first as if to BO—1 st. Block 10 to 2 sts before m.knittingdaily. pick up and knit 24 sts evenly spaced along top edges of Blocks 10 and 11. Rows 6–15 with D. working Rows 1–3 with C. working Rows 1–5 with I. and pull tight to fasten off. and Rows 14–22 with H. Rows 20–27 with A. pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced along left side of Block 10. Block 4 to 2 sts before m. Rows 14–25 with C. Block 2 With H. CO 12 sts. Rows 10–19 with D. working ©F+W Media. then use the backward-loop method (see With E. Cut yarn. then pick up and knit 24 sts evenly spaced along right sides of Blocks 2 and 4—48 sts total. Work Large Square (see Stitch Guide). Rows 18–23 with C. Block 11 With D. k24. draw tail through rem st. Work Small Square. working Rows 1–9 with G. knit to end—2 sts dec’d. then pick up and knit 24 sts evenly spaced along right side of Block 13—48 sts total. working Rows 1–7 with E. CO 24 sts. With G. k2tog through back loops (tbl). Rows 10–17 with H. Rows 6–11 with H. pick up and knit 12 sts evenly With B. Rows 26–35 with B. then pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced across second half of top edge of Block 5—24 sts total. Odd-numbered Rows 3–45: Knit. Rows 6–11 with B. then use the backward-loop method to CO 24 sts—48 sts total. place marker (pm). then pick up and knit 24 sts evenly spaced along top edges of Blocks 4 and 3—48 sts total. and pull tight to fasten off. k2tog. working Rows 1–9 with G and Rows 10–22 with F. slip marker (sl m). and Rows 34–46 with F. and Rows 16–22 with F. Work Large Square. and Rows 12–22 with D. and Rows 36–46 with G. k2tog tbl—2 sts rem. Row 46: K2tog. | All rights reserved | F+W Media grants permission for any or all pages in this issue to be copied for personal use | www. Rows 4–9 with I. Work Small Square. Cut yarn. Odd-numbered Rows 3–21: Knit. Block 3 With F. pick up and knit 24 st evenly spaced along top edge of Block 12. sl m. then pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced along side edge of Block 1 as shown in diagram at right—24 sts. Block 6 With F. then pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced along top edge of Block 8—24 sts total. working Rows 1–5 with F. Even-numbered Rows 2–20: (RS) Knit Glossary) to CO 12 sts—24 sts total. Rows 26–33 with H. k2tog tbl. pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced along top half of left side of Block 7. working Rows 1–9 with E and Rows 10–22 with C. Work Large Square. Block 9 With I. Block 7 With G. CO 24 sts. Even-numbered Rows 2–44: (RS) Knit With C. Rows 16–23 with E. working Rows 1–5 with I. Rows 24–33 with A. 4 sts rem after completing Row 44. pick up and knit 24 sts evenly spaced along left sides of Blocks 11 and 9. Rows 28–33 with G. then pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced along top edge of Block 9—24 sts total.com 5 . and Rows 34–46 with G. Block 12 First Half Block 1 With A. Rows 18–25 with D. Large Square (worked on 48 sts): Row 1: (WS) K24. Block 13 With I. Work Small Square. Block 14 With I. CO 24 sts. Work Small Square. working Rows 1–5 with D. working Rows 1–9 with H. Rows 6–13 with E. Work Small Square (see Stitch Guide). then pick up and knit 24 sts evenly spaced across top of Block 6—48 sts total. Rows 24–31 with F. Work Large Square. pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced along lower half of left side of Block 7. k2tog. and Rows 32–46 with C. Rows 10–17 with F.Knitting Accessories: 7 Free Patterns for Knitted Accessories Stitch Guide Small Square (worked on 24 sts): Row 1: (WS) K12.

then pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced across second half of top edge of Block 13—24 sts total. Work Large Square. working Rows 1–5 with I. Work Large Square. Rows 28–35 with F. Rows 16–27 with A. pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced across second half of top edge of Block 20. then pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced along right side of Block 17—24 sts total. pick up and knit 24 sts evenly spaced across top edge of Block 19. | All rights reserved | F+W Media grants permission for any or all pages in this issue to be copied for personal use | www. Block 28 With G. Block 18 With A. working Rows 1–9 with F and Rows 10–22 with H. then pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced along lower half of right side of Block 25—24 sts total. Work Large Square. working Rows 1–7 with C. Rows 8–15 with E. pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced across first half of top edge of Block 20. Rows 28–37 with E. working Rows 1–5 with A. Rows 26–35 with F. working Rows 1–11 with A and Rows 12–22 with G. working Rows 1–11 with C and Rows 12–22 with A. Rows 18–25 with H. working Rows 1–11 with E and Rows 12–22 with A. Work Small Square. pick up and knit 24 sts evenly spaced along right side of Block 19. and Rows 14–22 with A. working Rows 1–11 with E and Rows 12–22 with B. then pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced across first half of top edge of Block 30—24 sts ©F+W Media. and Rows 14–22 with F. Work Small Square. Rows 18–27 with E. and Rows 36–46 with C. and Rows 12–22 with B. then use the backward-loop method to CO 24 sts—48 sts total. working Rows 1–5 with D. Rows 6–13 with E. Inc. Block 20 With E. then pick up and knit 24 sts evenly spaced across top edges of Blocks 18 and 17—48 sts total. Work Small Square. then pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced along right side of Block 28—24 sts total.Knitting Accessories: 7 Free Patterns for Knitted Accessories Rows 1–7 with B. Rows 10–17 with B. Rows 6–13 with F. pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced along top half of left side of Block 20. pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced across top edge of Block 27. Block 25 With D. Work Small Square. and Rows 36–46 with I. pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced along left side of Block 21. then pick up and knit 24 sts evenly spaced along right sides of Blocks 27 and 29—48 sts total. Rows 10–17 with H. Block 30 With D. working Rows 1–11 with G and Rows 12–22 with B. Work Small Square. pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced along lower half of left side of Block 20. Work Small Square. pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced across top edge of Block 16. Rows 10–17 with B. Block 27 With F. pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced along top edge of Block 15. then pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced along lower half of right side of Block 14—24 sts total. Block 17 With C. pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced along left side of Block 23. then pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced along top half of right side of Block 14—24 sts total. Work Large Square. working Rows 1–11 with C and Rows 12–22 with F. With I. Rows 28–35 with D. working Rows 1–5 with C. working Rows 1–11 with G and Rows 12–22 with D. Rows 8–17 with I. then pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced across first half of top edge of Block 13—24 sts total. Block 15 With C. Work Small Square. then pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced along top half of right side of Block 25—24 sts total. CO 12 sts. Block 24 With A. Block 21 Block 26 With I. and Rows 38–46 with C. Block 29 With C. pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced across top edge of Block 26. Block 23 With C. working Rows 1–9 with D. and Rows 36–46 with B.knittingdaily. Work Small Square. Rows 6–11 with D. Work Small Square. working Rows 1–9 with I. Rows 18–27 with A. working Rows 1–9 with F.com 6 . Block 22 With E. pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced along second half of top edge of Block 7. Work Small Square. then pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced along right side of Block 26—24 sts total. use the backward-loop method to CO 24 sts. pick up and knit 24 sts evenly spaced across top edges of Blocks 23 and 24. and Rows 36–46 with C. Block 19 With G. Block 31 With G. Rows 6–13 with G. then pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced across top edge of Block 22—24 sts total. Block 16 across top edge of Block 14—48 sts total. Rows 18–27 with I. Work Small Square. then pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced across top edge of Block 21—24 sts total. then pick up and knit 24 sts evenly spaced With F. then pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced along right side of Block 15—24 sts total. Rows 28–35 with A. Work Small Square. pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced along first half of top edge of Block 7. and Rows 14–22 with E.

CO 12 sts. Work Small Square. Rows 26–35 with E. Rows 8–15 with B. Rows 10–17 with G.Knitting Accessories: 7 Free Patterns for Knitted Accessories total. Work Small Square. then pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced across second half of top edge of Block 30—24 sts total. Rows 26–35 with D. working Rows 1–5 with F. and Rows 12–22 with G. and Rows 14–22 with B. and Rows 36–46 with A. Work Small Square. pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced along left side of Block 33. Work Small Square. pick up and knit 24 sts evenly spaced along left side of Block 35. then pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced across top edge of Block 32—24 sts total.knittingdaily. Rows 6–13 with C. ©F+W Media. working Rows 1–7 with C. Work Large Square. Block 35 24 23 19 22 21 20 With C. pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced along left side of Block 31. and Rows 36–46 with C. then pick up and knit 24 sts evenly spaced across top edges of Blocks 29 and 28—48 sts total. working Rows 1–5 with D. pick up and knit 24 sts along left sides of Blocks 34 and 32. Rows 18–25 with H. Rows 16–25 with I. Block 33 34 36 35 32 33 31 With A. working Rows 1–9 with D. Block 36 17 13 A lime green B orange C rose D lavender E medium blue F gold G pale blue H dark red I grey 3 1 4 5 2 6 12 11 9 10 8 7 14 15 18 16 With D. then pick up and knit 24 sts evenly spaced across top edge of Block 25—48 sts total. working Rows 1–11 with G and Rows 12–22 with E.com 7 . | All rights reserved | F+W Media grants permission for any or all pages in this issue to be copied for personal use | www. and Rows 14–22 with I. then pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced across top edge of Block 31— 24 sts total. Rows 6–13 with A. Block 32 First Half With D. Block 34 28 25 26 29 30 27 With F. Inc. Work Large Square. working Rows 1–5 with A. This completes first half of wrap. Rows 6–11 with H.

Inc. Her designs appear in publications including Interweave Knits. pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced across second half of top edge of Block 36. Work as for Block 5 in first half. Ontario. then pick up and knit 24 sts along right side of Block 5—48 sts total. From cover to cover. then CO 12 sts—24 sts. | All rights reserved | F+W Media grants permission for any or all pages in this issue to be copied for personal use | www. Work as for Block 1 in first half. pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced across first half of top edge of Block 36. plus well-written. Take advantage of this special risk-free o er today! Discover knitwear designs that will capture your imagination. With D. and you don’t have to hunt all over for inspiring designs. Block 5 Finishing Weave in loose ends. then pick up and knit 24 sts evenly spaced along right sides of Blocks 2 and 4—48 sts total. Work as for Block 6 in first half. step-bystep instructions.com/go/kdiwk ©F+W Media. then pick up and knit 12 sts evenly spaced along right side of Block 1—24 sts. Mags lives in the heart of Quinte. Block lightly to measurements. Vogue Knitting. Work as for Block 2 in first half. Every issue is packed full of captivating smart designs.knittingdaily. RISK-FREE TRIAL OFFER You don’t have to be a designer or a knitting pro to make beautiful knitted garments and accessories. easy-to-understand illustrations. from the beginner to the advanced. pick up and knit 24 sts evenly spaced across top edge of Block 35. With A. Block 6 With I. and Knitter’s. pick up and knit 24 sts evenly spaced across top edge of Blocks 33 and 34. mags Kandis is the author of Gifted and the editor of Folk Style. lively articles sure to inspire. modifying the block instructions for the first half as foll: Block 1 Blocks 3 and 4 Work as for first half. interweave. Block 2 With G.Knitting Accessories: 7 Free Patterns for Knitted Accessories Second Half Work the first group of blocks for the second half directly onto the top edge of the first half. Blocks 7–36 Work as for first half. Interweave Knits magazine gives you great projects.com 8 .

Shown in colors as foll: Toddler: MC: #1003 porcupine (light khaki) CC: #2014 olive Child: MC: #1002 silver mink (light beige) CC: #2007 light blue Small woman (not shown): MC: #1003 porcupine (light khaki) CC: #2001 dungaree blue Large woman: MC: #1001 lynx (medium khaki) CC: #2014 olive 9 ©F+W Media. easy construction make these slipper socks quick and simple to knit. so a beginner or someone short on time can whip up matching slippers for the whole family! 43⁄4 (43⁄4. 101⁄2. and a clever. 61⁄2)" foot circumference and 6 (71⁄2. man). 61⁄2. 50% wool. 2) ball(s). Finished Size: Blue Sky Alpacas Worsted Hand Dyes (50% alpaca. 2. large woman. 50% wool.com .Knitting Accessories: 7 Free Patterns for Knitted Accessories AMANDA STEVENSON LUPKE Ribby Slipper Socks by CATHY CARRON Originally published in Interweave Knits Holiday Gifts. 9. small woman. Inc. 1 (1. Yarn: Blue Sky Alpacas Bulky (50% alpaca. To fit toddler (child. 45 yd [41 m]/100 g): MC. 100 yd [91 m]/100 g): CC. 43⁄4. | All rights reserved | F+W Media grants permission for any or all pages in this issue to be copied for personal use | www. Designed in five sizes.knittingdaily. a simple rib pattern. from toddler to adult. 1 ball (all sizes). 12)" from tip of toe to back of heel. 2008 Chunky yarn. 2.

101⁄2. relaxed. 5)" more—piece measures 6 (71⁄2. pick up and knit 36 (36. Sizes large woman and man only: Rnd 6 until piece measures 3 (4. 44. and join in the rnd. 12)" from toe. Rnd 3: Knit. 5. Weave in loose ends. 12. 2005). Cuff: With smaller dpn. rep from * around. k1f&b.Knitting Accessories: 7 Free Patterns for Knitted Accessories Man: MC: #1002 silver mink (light beige) CC: #2001 dungaree blue Needles: Sizes 11 (8 mm) and 8 (5 mm): set of 4 double-pointed (dpn). Rnd 1: Knit. 14 sts and 23 rows = 4" in 2×2 rib with CC on smaller needles. Holding these dpn parallel with RS tog. 5)".knittingdaily. 48) sts around leg opening. Rnd 5: Knit. Tapestry needle. 9. GaugE: 15 sts and 15 rows = 4" in 1×1 rib with MC on larger needles. Inc.com 10 . BO all sts loosely in rib. Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge. rep from * around—18 sts. 40. 41⁄2. 6. With MC threaded on a tapestry needle. Divide sts onto 3 dpn and join in the rnd. 5. All sizes: Rnd 6: *K1. cont in 1×1 rib for 3 (31⁄2. Rep ©F+W Media. Rnd 2: *K1. CO 12 sts. 5. She lives in New York City. place maker (pm) to indicate beg of rnd. close any rem hole at toe. beg at top of heel seam. Leg opening: Working back and forth in rows. use the threeneedle BO (see Glossary) to join back of heel. relaxed. Join back of heel: Place 9 (9. and RS facing. 9. 7)" from toe tip. p1. Cathy Carron is the author of Hip Knit Hats: 40 Fabulous Designs (Lark Books. stitch marker (m). Divide sts evenly onto 3 dpn. 12) sts onto each of 2 dpn. rep from * around—24 sts. NotionS: Slipper With MC and larger needles. CC. | All rights reserved | F+W Media grants permission for any or all pages in this issue to be copied for personal use | www. Work in 2×2 rib for 4 (4. Rnd 4: *K2. k1f&b. 4.

she placed the live stitches on wooden knitting needles.5 cm) wide and 9" (23 cm) tall. For the front and back. Gauge: 17 stitches and 19 rows = 4" (10 cm) in pattern stitch on larger needles. superglue. Finished Size: About 18¾" (47. she knitted two slightly shaped rectangles and seamed them along the bottom and partway up the sides. Yarn: Chunky weight (#5 Bulky). squished them together to form soft gathers. 25% alpaca. This particular bag isn’t lined. | All rights reserved | F+W Media grants permission for any or all pages in this issue to be copied for personal use | www.5 mm). Notions: Tapestry needle.Knitting Accessories: 7 Free Patterns for Knitted Accessories Knitting Needle Knitting Bag by Originally published in Bag Style (Interweave. Handles—size 9 (5.com 11 . size 15 (10 mm) wooden needles. 110 yd [101 m]/100 g): #1940 dried rose. Needles: Bag—size 10½ (6. Inc. but it would be an easy matter to use the front and back as pattern pieces and add a cheery print lining to prevent needles from poking through. Skill Level: Beginner. 3 balls.knittingdaily. and applied a little superglue. Garter-stitch handles sewn to the front and back are all that’s needed to finish the bag. Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge.5 mm). Shown here: Nashua Handknits Creative Focus Chunky (75% wool. ©F+W Media. Rather than binding off. excluding handles. 2007) PAM ALLEN CAROL KAPLAN Pam Allen indulged her fondness for the berry stitch in this quick-and-easy knitting bag whose cigar shape was inspired by a bag she saw in a catalog.

knittingdaily. Dec row: (WS) K2.8 cm) from tip. bookEXCERPT Find more great designs in Bag Style published by Interweave Press (2007) ©F+W Media.com 12 . p3tog. Rep Rows 1–4 until piece measures 9" (23 cm) from CO. Loosely knit 1 row. Finishing Gently steam-press pieces. ending with Row 4 of patt. k1) in next st. Handles (make 2) With smaller needles. *p3tog. Work in garter st (knit every row) until piece measures 21" (53. purl 1 row. rep from * to last 2 sts. BO all sts. CO 80 sts. *k1. Use superglue to secure last few sts at pointed end. With size 15 wooden needles. Renowned designer Pam Allen is a former editor of Interweave Knits and is one of the founders of Quince & Co. rep from * to last 2 sts. p3tog. Wrap yarn and pull through all three stitches at once—3 stitches decreased to 1. With yarn threaded on a tapestry needle. Row 3: K2. p1. sew side seams for 5" (12. k1) in next st.5 cm). sew bottom seam. Row 4: Purl. Row 2: Purl. *(k1. rep from * to last 2 sts.5 cm) from CO. Spread sts evenly along wooden needle from knob end to 1½" (3. p1. (k1. Row 1: (WS) K2. Back With larger needles. Leave sts on needle. She was the creative director at Classic Elite Yarns and is the author of Scarf Style. Front CO 80 sts and work as for back. CO 6 sts. k2—42 sts rem. | All rights reserved | F+W Media grants permission for any or all pages in this issue to be copied for personal use | www. k2. k2.Knitting Accessories: 7 Free Patterns for Knitted Accessories Stitch Guide: p3tog: Insert needle as though to purl through next 3 stitches on left-hand needle. Beg at bottom edge. Inc. Sew handles to bag 10 sts in from each end.

25% mohair. E. Fair Isle headband: A. Yarn distributed by Westminster Fibers. B. Garter and embroidered headbands: 23" head circumference. D. D. 1 skein each. Garter headband—size 7 (4. Embroidered headband: B.Knitting Accessories: 7 Free Patterns for Knitted Accessories Folksy Headbands by KRISTIN Originally published for online download from Interweave Knits Gifts Holiday 2007 NICHOLAS JOE HANCOCK Finished Size: Fair Isle headband: 22" head circumference. Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge. Inc. D. Notions: Tapestry needle. | All rights reserved | F+W Media grants permission for any or all pages in this issue to be copied for personal use | www. C. Embroidered headband: 4½ sts and 10 rows = 1" in garter st on size 8 needle in the rnd.5 mm): 16" cir.com 13 . Gauge: Garter headband: 4 sts and 10 rows = 1" in garter st on size 7 needle in the rnd. E. 93 yd [85 m]/50 g): #2163 golden honey (A) #5185 spring green (B) #2083 magenta (C) #2250 French pumpkin (D) #6416 midnight blue (E) Garter Ridge headband: B. Needles: ©F+W Media. 1 skein each. Fair Isle headband: 3¾ sts and 6¼ rows = 1 in St st on size 8 needle in the rnd. 1 skein each.5 mm) and 8 (5 mm): 16" circular (cir). 25% alpaca. Yarn: Nashua Handknits Julia (50% wool. E. C.knittingdaily. Embroidered and Fair Isle headbands— Sizes 7 (4.

Change to B and knit 1 rnd. | All rights reserved | F+W Media grants permission for any or all pages in this issue to be copied for personal use | www. rep from * around. Purl 1 rnd. C. p4. ([k1. Change to B and work 6 rnds in garter st. Flowers: Work 3 daisy flowers (see Glossary) at each low point of the vine using a single strand of yarn. turn. turn. work a single straight st (see Glossary) in the center of each daisy petal to fill in. Make 3 each alternating between colors A. BO 3 next sts. and a miscellany of farm animals. p3. With C. p1] 2 times) all into next st. With B doubled. Weave in loose ends. Weave in loose ends.Knitting Accessories: 7 Free Patterns for Knitted Accessories Stitch Guide Bobbled Edging: (multiple of 6 sts) *P2. Inc. sl 2nd. Change to larger needle. CO 90 sts. Kristin Nicholas lives in northwest Massachusetts on a farm with her husband. k4. Change to D and work 6 rnds in garter st. k4. Purl 1 rnd. and 4th sts over the first st. Work 4 rnds in garter st. then purl 2 rnds.com 14 . Join for working in the rnd. Change to E and knit 1 rnd. Embroidery: Work a cross st (see Glossary) in the center opening of each Fair Isle diamond. CO 92 sts. and 4th sts over first st. BO all sts with bobbled BO (see Stitch Guide). ©F+W Media. daughter. sl the 2nd. rep from * around. Join for working in the rnd. Purl 2 rnds. then purl 2 rnds. BO all sts kwise.knittingdaily. Work 4 rnds in garter st. turn. With B and E. Change to E and knit 1 rnd. Change to B and knit 1 rnd. Join for working in the rnd. purl 2 rnds. Embroidery: Vine: Working in chain st (see Glossary) with E. CO 92 sts. beg with a knit rnd. Work bobbled edging rnd (see Stitch Guide). Change to D and work 2 rnds in garter st. embroider an undulating vine as photographed. 3rd. Change to smaller needle and A and work 2 rnds in garter st. Embroidered Headband With smaller needle and B. p1] 2 times) all into next st. BO all sts kwise. Change to E and knit 1 rnd. Garter Headband With D. then purl 2 rnds. work 11 rnds of Fair Isle chart. ([k1. Fair Isle and Bobble Headband With C and smaller needle. and D. p4. Bobbled Bind-Off: *BO 2 sts pwise. Change to B and work 8 rnds in garter st. purl 2 rnds. BO first st pwise. Change to D and larger needle and work in St st for 11⁄2". turn. 3rd.

Note Mittens are worked flat in rows and seamed after completing embroidery. and to make the mittens more functional.knittingdaily. tapestry needle. Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge. | All rights reserved | F+W Media grants permission for any or all pages in this issue to be copied for personal use | www. 3 balls. not including decorative loop. ©F+W Media. Needles: Sizes 7 (4. Debbie Bliss worked this pair in cashmere. Work a duplicate-stitch snowflake motif on the hand and add a bobble closure to hold the top flap closed. Finished Size: About 8" hand circumference and 9" long from CO edge to tip of hand. she made them convertible—a flip of the top exposes the fingers. Gauge: 20 sts and 25 rows = 4" in St st on larger needles.5 mm) and 8 (5 mm): straight. Yarn: Debbie Bliss Pure Cashmere (100% cashmere. Notions: Markers (m). Yarn distributed by Knitting Fever. Winter 2006 BLISS CHRIS HARTLOVE A pair of frosty-weather mittens in cool blues is just the project to get you started on your winter knitting. #05 turquoise (CC). 1 ball.Knitting Accessories: 7 Free Patterns for Knitted Accessories Flip-Top Mittens by DEBBIE Originally published for online download from Interweave Knits. 50 yd [46 m]/25 g): #012 royal purple (MC). To fit a woman’s medium.com 15 . removable marker or waste yarn. stitch holders (optional). Inc.

k21— 42 sts. k2. ending with a WS row—piece measures about 21⁄2" from CO. k2tog. Top loop (make 2): With smaller needles and MC. pm. If desired. Next row: (RS) K1. k11. Work 3 rows even in St st. ending with a WS row. Next row: (RS) K22. ending with a WS row. *ssk. Row 7: K2. Hand: Return hand sts to needle if you placed them on holders. rep from * once more—12 sts rem. Change to larger needles and work 2 rows even in St st. purl on WS). Row 6: P2. pull tight to close tip of thumb. 3 sts between gusset m. rep from * once more—24 sts rem. *p2tog. p2. k13. Shape top: Row 1: (RS) K2. 3 sts between gusset m. Work even in St st until hand measures 2" (about 13 rows) from sts picked up at base of thumb. p13. turn. k2. Rejoin yarn with RS facing to beg of thumb gap. rep from * to end—9 sts rem. k18—42 sts. Thumb: (RS) Removing gusset m as you come to them. BO all sts. Break yarn. M1. or 11⁄2" less than desired total length. M1.com 16 . rep from * once more—32 sts rem. Next row: (RS) BO 18 sts for finger slit. k1. k30. p5. Shape thumb gusset: (RS) K18. turn—13 center sts for thumb. knit to second gusset m. p1. and 18 sts on needle after thumb sts. M1 (see Glossary). k2tog. Work even in St st on 13 thumb sts only until thumb measures 21⁄2" (about 16 rows) or 1⁄2" less than desired length. Hand: Return hand sts to needle if you placed them on holders.knittingdaily. CO 10 sts. pick up and knit 3 sts from base of thumb. Cont in St st. slip marker (sl m). Next row: (RS) *K1. Finishing Bobbles (make 2): With smaller needles and CC. or place hand sts on separate holders as desired. p9. CO 1 st. and fasten off on WS of work. Rejoin yarn with RS facing to beg of thumb gap. Next row: (RS) K1. p2tog tbl. Row 3: K2. you may leave the hand sts on either side of thumb on the needle. rep from * once more—4 rows St st completed on 5 sts. Complete thumb as for right mitten. k2tog. leaving a long tail for attaching bobble. p2. turn. k2] twice—8 sts rem. p2tog through back loops (tbl). Next row: (WS) Pass 2nd. this marked st is the center st of the Left Mitten With smaller needles and MC. CO 18 sts to complete finger slit— 40 sts. p1 rib as for right mitten. M1. rep the shaping of the last 4 rows 2 more times—9 sts between gusset m. *ssk. k7. with RS facing there will be 16 sts on needle before thumb sts. Next row: (WS) BO 18 sts for finger slit. p1. pm. ending with a WS row. | All rights reserved | F+W Media grants permission for any or all pages in this issue to be copied for personal use | www. Next row: [K1. BO all sts. use the cable method to CO 2 sts. [ssk] 4 times—5 sts. 48 sts total. Row 5: K2. p2tog tbl. k1. rep from * to end. *ssk. and thread tail through last st to fasten off. ending with a WS row—piece measures about 21⁄2" from CO. rep from * once more—20 sts rem. thread tail through rem sts drawstringfashion. Work thumb gusset as for right mitten—9 sts between gusset m. k1. then with removable marker or waste yarn. pm. Next row: (RS) Knit to first gusset m. knit to end—40 sts. CO 40 sts. *ssk. pm. ending with a RS row. CO 18 sts to complete finger slit—40 sts. k1] all in same st—5 sts. leaving a long tail for attaching loop. knit to end—22 sts rem. sl m. BO all sts on next row. k1. mark the st in the center column about 31⁄2" down from tip of mitten. k2. knit to end—40 sts. p1. Inc. Shape top: Work as for right mitten—8 sts rem. Purl 1 WS row. Note: Thumb is worked back and forth on center sts. ending with a WS row. Shape thumb gusset: (RS) K21. 3rd. Thumb: (RS) Removing gusset m as you come to them. Work 2 rows even in St st (knit on RS. knit 1 row. p13. then knit rem st tbl. Work even in established rib for 13 more rows. k2tog. Break yarn. use the cable method (see Glossary) to CO 2 sts. ending with a WS row. k2. Purl 1 WS row. *ssk. Next row: (WS) P22. M1. Work even in St st until hand measures 2" (about 14 rows) from sts picked up at base of thumb. Work even in St st until hand measures 1" above finger slit (about 7 rows). purl to end—22 sts rem. Work 14 rows of k1. *Purl 1 row. Work even in St st until hand measures same as right mitten to beg of top shaping (about 8 rows). p1. and 21 sts on needle after thumb sts. *p2tog. k27. M1. CO 40 sts. k3. Row 4: P2. Break yarn. With tapestry needle. Row 8: P2. leaving an 8" tail. Row 2: (WS) Purl. p2. place sts on either side of thumb on holders. *p2tog. rep from * once more—36 sts rem. Embroidery: Identify the center stitch column on the back of each mitten. k2tog. Change to larger needles. [sl 1. ©F+W Media. 48 sts total.Knitting Accessories: 7 Free Patterns for Knitted Accessories Right Mitten Cuff: With smaller needles and MC. Purl 1 WS row. psso. knit to end—2 sts inc’d between gusset m. rep from * once more—28 sts rem. Row 9: K2. or 11⁄2" less than desired total length. with RS facing there will be 19 sts on needle before thumb sts. 4th and 5th sts over 1st st as if to BO. pick up and knit 3 sts from base of thumb. turn—13 center sts for thumb. rep from * once more—16 sts rem.

knittingdaily. Sew thumb seams.Knitting Accessories: 7 Free Patterns for Knitted Accessories snowflake embroidery motif (indicated by heavy outline on diagram).com 17 . and designs in “merry olde” England. | All rights reserved | F+W Media grants permission for any or all pages in this issue to be copied for personal use | www. Attach a loop to end of each mitten tip as shown. With CC threaded on a tapestry needle. Using tails threaded on tapestry needle. knits. Snowflake Embroidery MC duplicate st with CC center st ©F+W Media. Weave in ends. With yarn threaded on a tapestry needle. embroider snowflake motif on back of each hand using duplicate stitch (at right). sew seam on pinky side of each mitten from CO edge to top. sew one bobble to back of each mitten about 1" below snowflake motif as shown. Inc. Debbie Bliss lives.

WRAPPING YARN: Brown Sheep Cotton Fine (80% cotton. bold bracelets and my loathing of the clang.Knitting Accessories: 7 Free Patterns for Knitted Accessories Bevy of Bangles by MAGS Originally published in Gifted (Interweave. #m162 mulberry. 125 yd [114 m]/100 g): #m04 charcoal heather. I spent the next available evening surrounded by colorful cotton yarn. 2010) KANDIS JOE HANCOCK These silent bangles came to be because of my love of big. #m173 wild violet. #m145 spice.” all my girlfriends wanted their own. clang. The first time I wore an armful to “girl’s night. 222 yd [203 m]/50 g): #cf930 candy apple. FINISHED SIZE: About 7½" (19 cm) inside circumference. | All rights reserved | F+W Media grants permission for any or all pages in this issue to be copied for personal use | www. I tossed them all into the wash to felt them. 15% mohair. then on the following afternoon. #m18 khaki. 18 ©F+W Media. small amounts of each. Inc.knittingdaily. I spent one evening knitting up a basket full of bases. clunk that almost always accompanies them.com . Shown here: Felted Bases: Brown Sheep Lamb’s Pride Bulky (85% wool. YARN: Bulky (#5 Bulky) and sportweight (#2 Fine). 20% merino. wrapping and playing to make each bangle unique.

There is no magical formula when it comes to the shrinking factor of a felted project. Inc. But because every yarn felts differently. use a single strand. before felting. • For thicker bands of color. for thinner bands. camel. Work even in St st for 40 rows—piece measures about 12¼" (31 cm) from CO. | All rights reserved | F+W Media grants permission for any or all pages in this issue to be copied for personal use | www. tapestry needle. or soy—for an inspiring adventure. Felting See below for felting instructions. Finishing Thread a length of wrapping yarn on a tapestry needle. Weave in loose ends. Ontario. NOTES worked in two colors. When felting in the washing machine.S. double the yarn when wrapping the bangle. mags Kandis is the author of Gifted and the editor of Folk Style. Be careful not to let the inside of a project fuse together. and #cf860 Sedona red. CO 5 (7) sts. Try different combinations. Hold the needles parallel with RS of work facing tog to form a ring and use the threeneedle method (see Glossary) to BO the sts tog. it’s always a good idea to take the time to knit and wash a swatch. • Some of the bangle bases are knitted in a single color. #cf375 rue. Check the progress periodically and never underestimate how quickly an item can go from floppy to felted. • One skein of Brown Sheep Lamb’s Pride Bulky is enough for at least a dozen bangle bases. yak. Alpaca. GAUGE: About 10 stitches and 13 rows = 4" (10 cm) in stockinette stitch. and Knitter’s. Her designs appear in publications including Interweave Knits. #cf450 oriental jade. The boo-boos that I’ve collected over the years have become inspiring materials for other projects. 11 (8 mm): straight plus 1 extra needle for three-needle bind-off.com 19 . it is important that you knit and felt a generous swatch to understand how a particular yarn will behave. Small projects are best handfelted. Try felting blends of these fibers with nonfelting fibers—silk. have fun. I had to gently pry apart the sides of my first felted egg cozy and the crease never went away. you don’t have to limit yourself to pure wool. ©F+W Media. using even tension to ensure that the base ring doesn’t compress too tightly or that the wraps aren’t too loose and appear sloppy. Swatch and wash to discover the possibilities. The pattern is written for the thinner size with the thicker size in parentheses. • The bangles are shown in two sizes based on the number of stitches caston. Exact gauge is not crucial for this project. Therefore. tencel.Knitting Accessories: 7 Free Patterns for Knitted Accessories #cf005 cavern. I have had more than my share of mishaps when felting.knittingdaily. Felted Base With bulky yarn and using the crochet provisional method (see Glossary). #cf455 willow leaf. then wrap the yarn around the base ring. Carefully remove the waste yarn from the provisional CO and place the live sts on a needle. small amounts of each. place the project in a lingerie bag or pillowcase to reduce the amount of fiber that can escape and clog the machine or attach to the next load of laundry. #cf770 wisteria. Secure the yarn on the inside of the bangle. others are Felting When it comes to felting. Vogue Knitting. and angora all have great felting potential. NEEDLES: Size U. Mags lives in the heart of Quinte. rayon. Keep in mind that what appears to be a felting disaster may in fact be a wonderful opportunity. NOTIONS: Size L/11 (8 mm) crochet hook and smooth waste yarn for provisional caston. cashmere. Every yarn felts differently—even different colors of the same yarn can have very different results. and savor your time playing with color. Experiment to get the look you want. mohair.

knittingdaily. Tapestry needle.5mm) Notions: 5 stitch markers.com 20 . | All rights reserved | F+W Media grants permission for any or all pages in this issue to be copied for personal use | www. Needles: One set five double pointed needles. it is easily customizable to achieve a perfect fit. Inc. One 16" circular needle size US4 (3.Knitting Accessories: 7 Free Patterns for Knitted Accessories Crumpet Beret by MAURA Originally published by Fairmount Fibers ©Fairmount fibers KIRK This jaunty lace beret is knit using just one ball of Manos del Uruguay’s luxurious silk blend. 9" diameter plate (for blocking) ©F+W Media. Sized to fit a Women’s medium (large) head and knit from the center out. A dimensional 5-point leaf pattern pops out on a reverse stockinette ground creating an eye-catching motif. 150 yds/50 gms) 1 (2) sk Citric 3068. size US5 (3.75mm). Yarn: Manos Silk Blend (30% silk/70% wool. Finished Size: 17" (20") Circumference (with band relaxed) 9" (10") Diameter.

psso / k2tog ©F+W Media. (170 sts) Repeat rnds 33 and 34 5 (10) times more. or as desired for length. k2tog. The markers each show the division between one petal and the next. | All rights reserved | F+W Media grants permission for any or all pages in this issue to be copied for personal use | www. p2tog tbl.knittingdaily.75mm). The chart represents the stitches of one segment. (10 sts) Work rnds 1-32 of the chart. *p2tog. * kfb. rep from Size Medium: p2tog around (85 sts). Finishing Weave in ends. k1. being careful not to twist your stitches. 2. Stretch over a 9" diameter plate and allow to dry. yo. Soak beret in woolwash and lukewarm water for 10 min. p2tog. p1. knit purl o yarn over \ k2tog tbl /|\ sl1. work from * to end. Bind off loosely in pattern. Maura works at a yarn shop on the weekends and she knits to unwind and designs a bit when she’s inspired. (170 sts) Next round: Notes on the chart: Hat 1. p31. cast on 5 sts and join in the round. *p1. yo. (114sts) Next round: k2tog 1 (0) times.Knitting Accessories: 7 Free Patterns for Knitted Accessories Gauge: 26 sts and 32 rows = 4" in StSt on Size US5 (3. rep from * to last st. Chart: o o o o o o o o • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • o • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • o • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • o • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • o • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • / • • • • • • • • • • / • • • • • • • • / • • • • • • • / • • • • • / / • /|\ • • \ • • • • \ • • • • • • \ • • • • • • • • \ • • • • • • • • • • \ • • • • • • • • • • • • \ • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • o 8 7 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • o 10 9 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • o 12 11 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • o 14 13 • o • o • o • o • o • o • o • o 16 15 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 • • • • • • o o • • • • • • o • • • • o o • • • • o • • o o • • o o o o o o o o o o • • • o • • • o • • • • • • • • • o 4 3 • • • • • • • • • • • • • o 6 5 Key: 2 1 . Skill Level: Intermediate. Maura Kirk has a BS in Textile Engineering and Technology and she’s working on an MS program in Textile Engineering. Work 11 more rounds in k1. * 5 times. p1 rib. pm. rep from * 5 times. rep from * 5 times. (170 sts) Rnd 33: *k1. p31. p1. Change needle size if necessary to obtain gauge *Be sure to check your gauge! The size medium uses a full skein of yarn. work each chart row 5 times to complete the round. Using dpn. Inc.com 21 . Size Large: p1. (170 sts) Rnd34: *k1.

­Backward-Loop Cast-On *Loop working yarn and place it on ­ n eedle backward so that it doesn’t unwind.knittingdaily. carrying the wrapped yarn with it. | All rights reserved | F+W Media grants permission for any or all pages in this issue to be copied for personal use | www. and grab a second loop (Figure 2). Wrap the yarn around the right-needle tip counterclockwise. One purl stitch completed on right needle. grab a loop of working yarn (Figure 1). p2 sl sts tog tbl (decrease) st(s) stitch(es) St st stockinette stitch tbl through back loop wyb with yarn in back wyf with yarn in front yo yarn over KNITTING ACCESSORIES: 7 FREE PATTERNS FOR KNITTED ACCESSORIES Knit Stitch (k) With yarn held to the back of the work. drop the worked stitch of the left needle and gently tighten the yarn. Draw the right needle back through the stitch carrying the wrapped yarn with it. then bring needle to the front. over both yarns. *Bring needle forward under waste yarn. insert the right needle into the first stitch on the left needle from the top of the stitch to the bottom and from the back of the stitch to the front. Repeat from *.com 22 . insert the right needle into the first stitch on the left needle from bottom of the stitch to top and from the front of the stitch to the back. Repeat from *. Invisible (Provisional) Cast-On Place a loose slipknot on needle held in your right hand. One knit stitch completed on right needle. hold working yarn over left index finger. Hold waste yarn next to slipknot and around left thumb. Slip the right needle back through the stitch. pick out waste yarn to expose live stitches. Gently tighten the yarn. Wrap yarn around right-needle tip counterclockwise. Figure 1 Figure 2 Illustrations by Gayle Ford ©F+W Media. Inc. When you’re ready to work in the opposite direction. over working yarn.glossary Abbreviations CO cast on k knit k1f&b  knit into front and back of same st k2tog  knit two stitches together k2tog tbl  knit two together through back loops (one st decreased) kfb  knit into the front & back loop of the same st (one st increased) kwise knitwise p purl p1f&b  purl into front and back of same st p2tog  purl two stitches together pm pm psso  pass slipped stitch over p2sso p  ass two slipped stitches over p2tog p  url two together (one st decreased) p2tog tbl purl two together  through back loops (one st decreased) pwise purlwise rev St st  reverse stockinette stitch rib ribbing sl1 k2tog psso  slip one st purlwise. slip 1 kwise. then drop the worked stitch off the left needle. Purl Stitch (p) With yarn held to the front of the work. k2 sl sts tog tbl (decrease) ssp  slip 1 kwise. slip 1 kwise. knit two sts together & pass the slipped st over (two sts decreased) sl st  slip stitch (sl 1 st pwise unless otherwise indicated) ssk  slip 1 kwise.

insert the needle at the upper right edge of the same stitch and bring it back out at the lower left edge of the adjacent stitch. Insert the needle at the top of the stitch(es) you want to cover. Work straight stitches. pull out the crochet chain to expose live stitches ­ (Figure 2). bring needle back out in center of next stitch over. For best results. Repeat from * to form one half of the cross. Illustrations by Gayle Ford Begin with a slipknot and one knitted cast-on stitch if there are no established stitches.knittingdaily. *Form a short loop and insert needle back where it came out. Repeat from * (Figure 1). Daisy Stitch Bring threaded needle out from back to front at center of a knitted stitch. Work the piece as desired. Beginning each stitch at the same point on the knitted background. Keeping the loop under the needle. make a loose chain of about four stitches more than you need to cast on. alternating long stitches with short stitches Figure 1 Figure 2 (Figure 2). and beginning two stitches from end of chain. Draw yarn through to complete stitch (Figure 2) and slip this new stitch to left needle as shown (Figure 3). Chain Stitch Embroidery Bring threaded needle out from back to front at center of a knitted stitch. Cable Cast-On Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 ©F+W Media. Wrap yarn as if to knit. *Bring threaded needle out from back to front at the base of the knitted stitch(es) you want to cover. Working left to right. Hold them with right sides of knitting facing together. Then work from right to left in the same manner to work the other half of the cross. Form a short loop and insert needle back where it came out. repeat from * for desired number of petals (six shown). Insert right needle b ­ e­ tween first two stitches on left needle (Figure 1). Inc. | All rights reserved | F+W Media grants permission for any or all pages in this issue to be copied for personal use | www. Keeping loop under needle. Crochet Chain (Provisional) Cast-On With waste yarn and crochet hook. and when you’re ready to work in the opposite direction. Repeat from * until one stitch remains on third needle. *Knit next stitch on each needle the same way. Insert a third needle into ­ first stitch on each of the other two needles and knit them together as ­ one stitch. avoid stitches that are too long. directly below and in line with the insertion point. Pass first stitch over s ­ econd stitch. or too close together. pick up and knit one stitch through the back loop of each crochet chain (Figure 1) for desired number of stitches. bring needle back out in center of next stitch to the right. working yarn. With needle. too loose. Straight stitches can be worked side by side or radiating out from a center point.glossary Three-Needle Bind-Off KNITTING ACCESSORIES: 7 FREE PATTERNS FOR KNITTED ACCESSORIES Place stitches to be joined onto two ­ separate needles.com 23 . Cut yarn and pull tail through last stitch. Figure 1 Figure 2 Straight Stitch Embroidery Cross-Stitch *Bring threaded needle out from back to front at lower left edge of the knitted stitch you want to cover.

lift strand between needles from back to front (Figure 1). Knit lifted loop through the front (Figure 2).knittingdaily. Vertical: Beginning at lowest point. Purl lifted loop (Figure 2). Inc. | All rights reserved | F+W Media grants permission for any or all pages in this issue to be copied for personal use | www. ending by bringing the needle back out at the base of the stitch directly above the stitch just worked. Bring needle back out at the base of the V of the next stitch to the left. from back to front (Figure 1). lift strand between needles. *Working right to left. Knit lifted loop through the back (Figure 2). Repeat from *.glossary Duplicate Stitch KNITTING ACCESSORIES: 7 FREE PATTERNS FOR KNITTED ACCESSORIES Horizontal: Bring threaded needle out from back to front at the base of the V of the knitted stitch you want to cover. Purlwise (M1P) With left needle tip. Illustrations by Gayle Ford Raised (M1) Increases Left Slant (M1L) and Standard M1 With left needle tip.com 24 . Figure 1 Figure 2 bookEXCERPT Find more great designs in Gifted published by Interweave Press (2010) ©F+W Media. work as for horizontal duplicate stitch. pass needle in and out under the stitch in the row above it and back into the base of the same stitch. Figure 1 Figure 2 Right Slant (M1R) Figure 1 Figure 2 With left needle tip. lift strand between needles from front to back (Figure 1).