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Rain: a free chart for any craft worked on a grid

Each month, my backers on Patreon suggest words to me that I might encode into numbers and chart on a grid. I make one complicated stitch pattern for each word and one chart that can be used for any craft. 130 more words

Stitch Patterns

Rain: a free lace knitting stitch pattern

Each month, my backers on Patreon suggest words to me that I might encode into numbers, chart on a grid, and turn into lace or other stitch patterns. 904 more words

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Étude no.11: KYOKs in lace

I’ve been interested lately in the double increase that’s most handily abbreviated as KYOK: (k1, yo, k1) in one stitch.  I’ve been wondering  how to include it in lace, and so I decided it was time to try another design exercise. 450 more words

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Melancholy: a chart for any craft worked on a grid

Each month I post two charts: one knitting chart complete with swatch and one chart for any craft worked on a grid. These charts are based on encoding the letters of a word as numbers that are charted on a grid. 70 more words

Stitch Patterns

Melancholy: a free lace knitted border

When Ron suggested melancholy as this month’s word (funded by my backers on Patreon), I immediately had the thought that I should design this specifically to be an edging. 862 more words

Knitting

Granny Stitch

Quickly build length of projects with this traditional stitch pattern. Great for blankets, bags, coasters and just about anything you can think of. Add some visual appeal by making stripes by changing colours. 152 more words

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More on hex lace

My first post on what I’m starting to think of as hex lace (though I’m sure someone has a different name for it already – anyone know?) was my first exuberant foray into writing about it, but I’ve been thinking about it more, and there’s more factors to consider than I wrote about at first try. 852 more words

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