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Irish Moss Stitch Knitting Pattern Instructions by Kristen McDonnell of Studio Knit :: Knitting Techniques: slip knot, long-tail cast on, knit, purl

Irish Moss Stitch Knitting Pattern Instructions by Kristen McDonnell of Studio Knit :: Knitting Techniques: slip knot, long-tail cast on, knit, purl

How to make a nice edge stitch. At the beginning of the row, hold the yarn in front (instead of in the back as it usually would be). Insert your needle in the back of the first stitch (knitwise) and slip it (without knitting it). Continue knitting your row as usual. The last stitch is knit normally. Only the first stitch is treated differently. You can use this technique for stockiness or garter.

How to make a nice edge stitch. At the beginning of the row, hold the yarn in front (instead of in the back as it usually would be). Insert your needle in the back of the first stitch (knitwise) and slip it (without knitting it). Continue knitting your row as usual. The last stitch is knit normally. Only the first stitch is treated differently. You can use this technique for stockiness or garter.

Knitting pattern for Snowdrift Shrug - Hilary Smith Callis designed this shrug that is a knit quickly top down in seed stitch and super bulky yarn for Knitscene Winter 2012. 33 (36½, 40½, 44, 48, 52)” bust circumference.

Knitting pattern for Snowdrift Shrug - Hilary Smith Callis designed this shrug that is a knit quickly top down in seed stitch and super bulky yarn for Knitscene Winter 2012. 33 (36½, 40½, 44, 48, 52)” bust circumference.